democratic political philosophy

  • Habermas’ Communicative Action and its Platonic, Biblical and Metaphysical Consolidation. An Introduction to Democratical Political Philosophy

    Author: Wiera Paradowska
    Institution: University of Warsaw (Poland)
    Author: Ryszard Paradowski
    Institution: University of Warsaw (Poland)
    Year of publication: 2014
    Source: Show
    Pages: 389–404
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    PDF: ppsy/43/ppsy2014023.pdf

    In this paper we would like to present a certain philosophical concept, which may be related to some contemporary philosophical controversies (and to political philosophy’ controversies included) concentrated around such problems as, the meaning of metaphysics and as the understanding of freedom. We are going also to say a word about the particularity of the philosophical understanding of reality, including the status of intention for agreement. The concept we present further for additional foundation of the Habermas’ idea of communicative action is a compound of metaphysics itself, and of our own concept of metaphysics, and of the two particular questions – interpretation of Plato’s philosophy as well as interpretation of the Biblical message about anthropogenesis.

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