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Frequently read publications : Philosophical Discourses

  1. Memory in the Views of the Greek Pre-Philosophical Tradition and Philosophers of Antiquity (Plato, Aristotle) [72]
  2. Why Is the Culture of Our Times Reminiscent of Lot’s Wife? Causes of the Late-Modern Turn to the Past [55]
  3. The Senses Aesthetics, in other Words Body as a Storage Medium [52]
  4. The Philosophy of Myth as the Interaction of Anticipation and Memory [51]
  5. Historical Politics and the Obligation of Memory in a Philosophical Perspective [45]
  6. Relation Memory – Oblivion in Human Existential Experience [44]
  7. Recalling of Recalling. Platonic Doctrine of Anamnesis [43]
  8. Forgotten Spheres of Subjectivity: Intentionality, Sensitivity and Memory. A Small Prolegomena to Future Epistemology [42]
  9. Memory and (No)Memory of the Eastern Borderlands in the PRL. The example of Lviv [39]
  10. Philosophy as Collecting Reminders [37]
  11. The Master’s Albert Miracle: Notes about the Medieval Culture of Memory [36]
  12. Philosophical Discourses, T. 1, Pamięć - zapomnienie - niepamięć. Konteksty filozoficzne - Aneks [33]
  13. Italian philosophy of dialogue. Overview [33]
  14. The Memory of the Past Builds the Human Future. National Faults of Poles in Teaching the Primate of the Millenium [32]
  15. An Attempt to exhaust Memory. The Function of the List in the Works of Georges Perec [31]
  16. Memory, Imagination and Autobiography. Jean-Paula Sartre’s Perspective [29]
  17. Memory and forgiveness. Soteriological discourse and literature [29]
  18. Forgetfulness and Oblivation. Examples of Oblivion on the Legal Plane [28]
  19. Two Strategies of Rationality and Memory. Retrospection and Prospection. Exclusion and Inclusion [28]
  20. Topos of the Origins in Local Epigraphic Commemorations – a Historian’s Reflections [25]
  21. Wstęp. Modi pamięci [25]
  22. Memory as a Constituent Shaping the Identity of the Individual and the Community – the Case of Edith Stein [24]
  23. Memory of Matter. Henri Bergson and Material Bases of Remembrance [24]
  24. From the Experience to Bearing Witness; From the Authority to Trust. Testimony, Historical Truth and Trust in Contemporary Collective Memory [24]
  25. Historia filozofii jako pamięć [23]