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Table of Contens 9/2021 part 1

PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE
Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies

Vol. 9, part 1, 2021

 

 

Editorial

About the ninth volume of the journal PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE. Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies​ 

 

KNOWLEDGE IN THE ACADEMY AND OUTSIDE THE ACADEMY
edited by Marek Hetmański

 

Marek Hetmański – Introduction to the Thematic Block "Knowledge in the Academy and Outside the Academy" 

Janusz Grygieńć – Should We Fear Epistemic Dependence (and How Much)? 

Agnieszka Lekka-Kowalik – Academic Industrial Science and its Norms PRICE 

Rafał Paweł Wierzchosławski – Protestant Science, Elective Modernism and Expert Knowledge in the Context of the Functioning of Science Outside the Academy 

Marcelina Zuber – Scientists to the Challenges of Modernity: the “Communism” of the Scientists’ Ethos as an Ethical Norm or the Regulating Principle of Research Practice 

Andrzej Stawicki – Creation of Knowledge on the Border of Science and Practice in a Systemic Perspective. The Case of Polish Humanities and Social Sciences 

Katarzyna Krzemińska – The Social Creation of Demarcation Criteria Between Science and Pseudoscience 

Józef Dębowski – On Classical Truth, Post-Truth and the Principle of Sourceness 

Małgorzata Czarnocka – Natura post-prawd The Nature of Post-Truth

Tomasz Walczyk – The Issue of Extended Knowledge from the Perspective of Extended Epistemology and Telepistemology 

Marcin Trybulec – Towards the Epistemology of Cognitive Artifacts 

Maciej Wodziński, Marek Hetmański – Expert Knowledge and Expertise by Experience in the Domain of Autism 

 

Studies and Dissertations

Jerzy Gołosz – The Pythagoreans, or an Apologia for Metaphysics 

Marek Maciejczak – The Context of Habitatuality in the Husserlian Theory of Consciousness 

Krzysztof Sołoducha – Some Remarks on Naturalistic Attemps to Rationalise Hermeneutics 

Damian Winczewski – Dialectical Materialism after „Diamant”: Scientific Dialectical Ontology and Natural Materialism 

Alina Bernadetta Jagiełłowicz – Engaged Philosophy of Health Protection 

 

Polish Thinkers about Science

Mariusz Mazurek – Czesław Białobrzeski — Physicist and Philosopher 

 

Polemics and Discussions

Marek Błaszczyk – Towards the Problem of the Sense of Human Existence 

Sebastian Kozera – Superintelligent Beings as a Source of an Existential Threat According to Nick Bostrom 

Table of Contens 8/2020 part 2

PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE
Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies

Vol. 8, part 2, 2020

 

 

Editorial – 

About the second part of the eighth volume of the journal PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE. Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies​ 

 

Andrzej ŁukasikOn Physicists' Attitudes Towards Philosophy 

Stanisław CzerniakMax Scheler’s Pluralistic Conception of Knowledge 

Pavlo SodomoraNaturalism and Conventionalism in Plato’s Dialogues and Nativistic Theories of Language 

Małgorzata CzarnockaEdmund Husserl's Idea of Science and the Project of Phenomenology as a Science 

Paweł DziedziulSteven Pinker’s Meliorism 

Barbara TrybulecThe Subject or Agent? Understanding Subjectivity in the Cognitive Artefacts Era 

Magdalena Łata, Andrzej ŁukasikIs Truth Always Beautiful, That Is, How Aesthetic Values Can Become an Epistemological Obstacle 

Zdzisława PiątekAbout the Nature of Hunting – the Present, the Past, and the Future 

Marcin UrbaniakOn the Natural-Social Harmfulness of Hunting Practices 

 

POLISH THINKERS ABOUT SCIENCE

edited by Mariola Kuszyk-Bytniewska

 

Mariola Kuszyk-Bytniewska Polish Thinkers about Science. Introduction 

Emanuele CocoThe Philosopher Ahead of His Time. Ludwik Fleck and the Complexity of Science (Communication and Notes)

Zbysław MuszyńskiLeon Koj's Semiotic Condition for Mutual Understanding 

Józef Dębowski The Principle of Transparency of the Sign. Leon Koj’s Point of View 

Paweł BytniewskiAlina Motycka — Philosopher of Science 

Table of Contens 8/2020 part 1

PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE
Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies

Vol. 8, part 1, 2020

 

THE ERA OF COMPUTERIZATION
Monothematic book edited by Małgorzata Czarnocka and Mariusz Mazurek


Małgorzata Czarnocka, Mariusz Mazurek — Introduction: THE ERA OF COMPUTERIZATION 
Jacek KoronackiArtificial Intelligence in the Disenchanted World 
Witold MarciszewskiThe Computational and Pragmatic Approach to the Dynamics of Science 
Kazimierz TrzęsickiThe Idea of Artificial Intelligence 
Andrzej Targowski, Henryk KrawczykInoformatics as a Field of Knowledge Supporting Human Endeavors 
Mariusz MazurekOn Virtual Objects 
Andrzej KiepasThe Human Being in the World of Digitalizing Processes – Present Challenges and Future Effects 
Beata Witkowska-MaksimczukDigital Communism 
Jacek GurczyńskiOn Values in the Digital Environment. Cypher’s Choice 
Paweł PolakComputational Modelling in Philosophy – Some Methodological Remarks 
Paweł StacewiczOn the Importance of Computer Science Concepts for Philosophy on the Example of the Distinction Between Digitality and Analogicity 
Sławomir LeciejewskiThe Big Data Problem in Experimental Sciences 

Table of Contens 7/2019 part 2

PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE
Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies

Vol. 7, part 2, 2019


Editorial – ABOUT PART 2 OF VOLUME 7 JOURNALS PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE. Philosophical and interdisciplinary studies 

 

PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEMS OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES.

ON THE 90TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF PROFESSOR LESZEK KUŹNICKI
edited by Włodzimierz Ługowski


Włodzimierz ŁugowskiPhilosophical Problems of Biological Sciences on the Ninetieth Anniversary of the Birth of Professor Leszek Kuźnicki. Introduction 
Leszek KuźnickiWhether and How to Define Life? 
Krzysztof ChodasewiczLife, Living Individuals and Organisms 
Adrianna Grabizna„Like Mother, Like Daughter — Evo-Devo and the Concept of Extended Inheritance in the Context of Psychology and of the Transgenerational Transmission of Attachment Style and Mentalizing Capacity” 
Ewa Joanna GodzińskaEthology and what Next? Some Philosophical Questions Influencing the Research on Animal Behaviour 
Józef Andrzej StuchlińskiOn Formal Models of Factors and Mechanisms of Organic Evolution 
Andrzej GecowA Current Return to Lamarck in Agreement with Darwin 
Krzysztof ChodasewiczLife and Mind. Two Sides of the Same? 
Aleksander A. ZiemnyIssues with Gene Concept 
Iwona OlejniczakIntentional Apes Behavior 
Leszek ŻukThe Directness in Processes of Evolution 
Dariusz A. SzkutnikSearching for Dynamical Organic Developmental Processes. Methodological Remarks 
Alicja KubicaTytan versus Enceladus — on the Multitude of Theories of Biogenesis and on the Philosophical Awareness of Scientists 
Włodzimierz ŁugowskiLife as a Natural Property of Matter 

 

Studies and Dissertations
Stanisław CzerniakRichard Münch’s Theory of Academic Capitalism. An Attempt of Reconstruction and a Philosophical Commentary 
Małgorzata CzarnockaIdea of Science and the Project of Phenomenology as Exact Science—Edmund Husserl 
Tomáš ČanalKnowledge of Language and a Radical Scepticism 
Jadwiga Skrzypek-FaluszczakSources of Philosophical Reflection. Irrationality of Rationality as a Substrate 
Marzenna CyzmanSurprising Peregrinations And Relationships Of Concepts. On The Thought Collective Of Ludwik Fleck And The Interpretive Community Of Stanley Fish 

Table of Contens 7/2019 part 1

FILOZOFIA I NAUKA
Studia filozoficzne i interdyscyplinarne
Tom 7, część 1, 2019


COGNITIVE SEMIOTICS:
PERSPECTIVES ON THE STUDY OF MEANING-MAKING

Edited by Piotr Konderak


Piotr KonderakIntroduction: Perspectives on the Study of Meaning-Making 


I. Semiotic Perspective
Göran SonessonSemiosis in History. The Emergence of Alter-Culture 
Shekoufeh Mohammadi ShirmahalehPeircean Metaphor Reexamined: Creation, Function and Interpretation 
Donna WestSemiotic Determinants in Episode-Building: Beyond Autonoetic Consciousness 


II. Linguistic Perspective
Jens Allwood, Elisabeth AhlsénDimensions of Context. Classifying Approaches to the Context of Communication 
Paul A. Wilson, Barbara Lewandowska-TomaszczykCognitive Structure and Conceptual Clusters of Emotion Terms 
Elżbieta Magdalena WąsikExposing the Dialogical Nature of the Linguistic Self in Interpersonal and Intersubjective Relationships for the Purposes of Language-and-consciousness-related Communication Studies 


III. Metatheoretical Perspective
Zdzisław Wąsik Epistemology as a Semiotic Cartography of Human Knowledge and Cognition 

Table of Contens 6/2018

PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE
Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies

Vol. 6, 2018


EditorialAbout the sixth volume of the journal PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE. Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies​ 


I. Studies and Dissertations
Ignacy S. FiutIs the “Fourth World” Possible in Karl R. Popper’s Evolutionary Epistemology Model? 
Stanisław CzerniakJürgen Mittelstrass: the Humanities in the Context of the Unity of Science Conception 
Małgorzata CzarnockaHow is Science Universal? 
Marek SuwaraAnalogies Referring to Information Science and Biology in Explaining the Development of Science and Culture 
Jagna BrudzińskaPhenomenology as a Theory of Experience and some Challenges of the Today Humanities—New Perspectives in Human Studies 
Rafał MichalskiWas Arnold Gehlen a Naturalistic Reductionist? 
Marcin UrbaniakA View on Human Hermeneutic Capabilities from the Zoological Perspective 
Jarosław MrozekIs There a Change in the Criteria of Being a Science in Contemporary Physics? 
Adam Krawiec, Marek Szydłowski, Paweł TamborThe Ontological and Epistemological Specificity of Cosmology as a Science on the Universe 
Marek GurbaOn Nicholas Rescher’s Orientational Pluralism in Metaphilosophy 
Karolina OwczarekConsiderations on the Philosophy of Mind on the Basis of Stanisław Lem’s Dialogues

 

POLISH THINKERS ABOUT SCIENCE

edited by Mariola Kuszyk-Bytniewska


Mariola Kuszyk-BytniewskaPolish Thinkers about Science 
Andrzej Bronk, Monika WalczakStanisław Kamiński’s Methodological Options 
Józef DębowskiThe Dispute on the Scientific Status of Philosophy. On Zdzisław Cackowski’s Discussion with Phenemenology 

Anna MichalskaStefan Amsterdamski’s Conception of Ideal of Scientific Knowledge: Towards a New Conception of the Subject of Science 
Mariola Kuszyk-BytniewskaFlorian Znaniecki on Science. The Onto-Epistemological Perspective 
Grzegorz PyszczekThe Social Role of the Sage. On Florian Znaniecki’s Conception 


II. Polemics and Discussions
Marta BłaszczyńskaArnold Gehlen’s Man, Philosophical Anthropology and some Questions Asked by Contemporary Readers 
Grzegorz SmolińskiScience and its Critique: The Context of Actor-Network Theory 

Table of Contens 5/2017

PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE
Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies

Vol. 5, 2017

 

About the 5th volume of the journal PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE. Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies​ 

 

I. Book chapter Moralbewußtsein und kommunikatives Handeln Jürgena Habermasa

Filozofia jako instancja rezerwująca niektóre miejsca dla nauk i interpretująca kulturę w jej całości 

 

II. Studies and Dissertations

 

ORGANISM, BODY, IDENTITY, TECHNIQUE​

edited by Ewa Nowak​

 

Ewa NowakOrganism, Body, Identity, Technique 

Ewa Nowak, Roberto Franzini Tibaldeo – Organism and Freedom. Philosophy of Life And Ethics of Life Sciences 

Małgorzata Leśniewska, Piotr Leśniewski“Non-Normal Body.” On the Role of Anomaly in the Development of Biological Sciences 

Ewa Nowak“Bodily Constitution” in Subjective and Intersubjective Experience: Approaching the Phenomenon of Allotransplantation 

Filip BardzińskiOn Maine de Biran’s and Michel Henry’s Holistic Model of Human Nature 

Paweł CiniewskiTranshumanism’s Ambivalent View Towards Corporeity 

Jonasz PawlaczykWhat Future for Corporeality? 

 

PHILOSOPHY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES – THEORY AND PRACTICE

edited by Mariola Kuszyk-Bytniewska

 

Mariola Kuszyk-BytniewskaPhilosophy of Social Sciences – Theory and Practice. Trouble Is Our Specialty 

Tomasz BurdzikPredatory Journals as an Example of Unethical Publishing 

Mateusz SzymczychaBeyond Text—on Christoph Wulf’s Historical-Cultural Anthropology 

Paweł BytniewskiThe Past and Future of Cultural Anthropology 

Paweł UrbańskiJean Jacques Rousseau: Enlightenment and Writing by Himself 

Mariola Kuszyk-BytniewskaObjectivity and Objectification in Social Sciences 

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Małgorzata CzarnockaOn the Criticism of Science 

Ignacy S. FiutKnowledge in Terms of Evolutionary Realism of Boleslaw Józef Gawecki 

Marcin UrbaniakKnowledge from the Perspective of Memetic Determinism 

Marcin UrbaniakWhy Animals Know Anything? An Outline of the Sociobiological Idea of Knowledge 

Mariusz MazurekTwo Types of Models in Science and Problem of Scientific Discovery and Issues of Representation 

Andrzej WilkAbsolutism and Ontology 

Józef L. KrakowiakAndrzej Grzegorczyk’s Endocentric Relations with Himself as Connections with Values, Culture and Life in General 

Paweł ZagożdżonThe Relation Between Two Paradigms – The Religious Psychiatrist 

Magdalena ŁataThe Painting Melancholy by Jacek Malczewski in the Context of the Theory of Cognitive Linguistics 

Table of Contens 4/2016

PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE
Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies

Vol. 4, 2016

 

About the fourth volume of the journal PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE. Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies​ 

 

I. Book chapters Nachmetaphysisches Denken II Jürgena Habermasa

Świat życia jako przestrzeń racji ucieleśnionych symbolicznie 

Hipoteza na temat sensu rytuału w perspektywie historii gatunku 

 

II. Studies and Dissertations

Paweł Bytniewski Althusser and Foucault—Two Epistemologies of Reading 

Małgorzata CzarnockaScience Constituted by Interests. On Jürgen Habermas’ Conception 

Konrad WaloszczykReligion and Science in the Pierre Teilhard de Chardin Works (1881–1955) 

Rafał MichalskiThe Concept of the Spatialized Subject in the Philosophy of Arnold Gehlen 

Jakub GomułkaCounterintuitive or Inconsistent Theory of Intentionality? A Dispute Between Dennett and Searle 

Barbara TrybulecWhat Does Microsoft Think about? Some Controversies Over the Group Agency 

Jarosław MrozekIs There a Retreat from Naturalism in Physics? 

Rafał Antoni KupczakA View on the Problem of Anthropogenesis in the Light of the Discussion on the Results of the Comparative Research of Apes Tool Abilities 

 

PHILOSOPHY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES – THEORY AND PRACTICE

edited by Mariola Kuszyk-Bytniewska

 

Mariola Kuszyk-BytniewskaPhilosophy of Social Sciences – Theory and Practice. Introduction

Krzysztof ArbiszewskiUs – Subjects of Socially Constructed Knowledge. Reinterpretations and Expansions of Peter Berger and Thomas Luckmann’s Social Phenomenology 

Andrzej W. NowakDoes Rwanda Exist? Axiological Consequences of the Ontological Turn in Science Technology Studies 

Mirosław ChałubińskiLeszek Kołakowski – an Unknown Constructivist 

 

AROUND EVOLUTIONISM

 

Krzysztof ChodasewiczNatural Selection, Evolution of Culture, Dawkins’s Paradox 

Marcin UrbaniakPhylogenetic Justification of Comprehension Phenomenon and Procedural and Declarative Knowledge 

Ignacy S. FiutLearning and Knowledge in Evolutionary Terms According to Tadeusz Garbowski 

 

GESTALT IDEA AND THEORY – PAST AND PRESENT

edited by Stanisław Czerniak

 

Silvia BonacchiGestalt as a Specialized Term: Its Conceptual Definition in Psychology and Philosophy 

Danilo FaccaThe Aristotelian Notion of Form and its Applications in Contemporary Philosophy 

Stanisław CzerniakCategorial Relations Between Gestalt Theory and Classical 20th—Century Philosophical Anthropology 

Anna MichalskaGestalt and Science. Kuhn’s Model of Scientific Change in the Light of Gestalt Theory

Jagna Brudzińska Type as the Dynamic Structure of Experience From the Perspective of Genetic Phenomenology 

Przemysław ParszutowiczOn the Relations Between Philosophy of Symbolic Forms and Gestalt Theory 

 

III. Polemics and Discussions

Stanisław CzerniakHans-Jörg Rheinberger on Nature and Culture 

Sławomir LeciejewskiVisualization and Recording Techniques in Natural Sciences in Hans-Jörg Rheinberger View 

 

IV. Translations​

Arnold GehlenPrawda a irracjonalna pewność doświadczenia 

Table of Contents 3/2015

 

PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE
Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies

Vol. 3, 2015

 


I. Editorial

About the third volume of the journal PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE. Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies​ 

 

I. Book chapter Nachmetaphysisches Denken II

Jürgena Habermasa Od obrazów świata do świata życia 

 

II. Studies and Dissertations

Giorgio DerossiThe Perceptual Dimension in Experimental Phenomenology and in Science 
Stanisław CzerniakArnold Gehlen’s Philosophical Anthropology as a Model of Society Critique 
Rafał MichalskiThe Genesis of Language in an Anthropological Perspective. The Position of Arnold Gehlen and George Herbert Mead 
Zdzisława PiątekOn the Banality of Good Understood as the Good of Living Beings 
Małgorzata CzarnockaSubjectivity in Neo-Kantianism 
Mariusz MazurekScientific Theoretical Models 
Mariusz MazurekThe Deflationary Conception of Representation in Maurizio Suárez’s Conception of Science 
Andrzej GecowA Way to The Model of Structure Evolution 

 

PROBLEMS OF EXPANDING COGNITION AND SCIENCE

edited by Paweł Bytniewski and Zbysław Muszyński

 

Paweł Bytniewski, Zbysław MuszyńskiProblems of Expanding Cognition and Science 
Radosław SojakLet Her Fly High. On a Divide Between Sociology and the Social Studies of Science 
Anna MichalskaScience and Rationality in the Theory of Communicative Action 
Paweł BytniewskiThree Models of the Discontinuous Process of the History of Sciences—Bachelard, Canguilhem, Foucault 
Zbysław MuszyńskiExtended Mind, Extended Cognition, “Extended Science” 
Barbara TrybulecPheomenology and Cognitive Science – Two Methods of Analysis of the Cognitive Subject. A Perspective of Collaboration and its Problems 
Aleksandra Kołtun“Extended Science” – Agoras, Laboratories, Social Machines 
Małgorzata KoronkiewiczCharles Sanders Peirce’s Realism and Richard Rorty’s Antirealism 

 

PHILOSOPHY OF BIOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY OF NATURE.

ON THE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF JOHN BURDON SANDERSON HALDANE

edited by Włodzimierz Ługowski

 

Włodzimierz Ługowski: Philosophy of Biology, Philosophy of Nature. On the 50th Anniversary of the Death of John Burdon Sanderson Haldane 
Marek ŁagoszNatural History and Social History. A Comparative Essay 
Janusz UchmańskiMathematical Nature of Biology 
Anna LemańskaEvolution as the Realization of a Project? 
Krzysztof ChodasewiczJ.B.S. Haldane and Formulations of Conditions of Selection 
Andrzej GecowFrom Haldane’s 20th Century Population Genetics to the Today Jablonka Biological Information and Heredity Conception 

 

IV. Translations​

Max HorkheimerZagadnienia kształcenia akademickiego 
Arnold GehlenPrzyczynek do teorii filogenezy ludzkiej mowy 

 
 

Table of Contents 2/2014

PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE
Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies

Vol. 2, 2014
I. Editorial
 
II. Studies and Dissertations
 
PHILOSOPHY AT A TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY​
Zbigniew KrólPhilosophy and Exact Sciences 
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Stanisław CzerniakGernot Böhme’s Philosophy of Technics 
Małgorzata CzarnockaSubjectivity by Kant 
Marek ŁagoszThe Universe: Infinity and Time 
Andrzej WilkChaos and Incomputability