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