Darbai ir dienos / Deeds and Days 2005, nr. 41

  • Jonutytė, Jurga (2005)
    Philosophy of history turns to the concept of tradition just when it stops to concern history in the two ways only: history as the science or (another way) history as the divine mystery. Understanding of history takes part ...
  • Žukauskaitė, Audronė (2005)
    The article discusses Giorgio Agamben’s notion of biopolitics as the fundamental event of the process of modernization. The notion of “bare life” becomes the center of modern State: it resides not on the margins of the ...
  • Donskis, Leonidas (2005)
    George Orwell played a decisive role in the struggle against totalitarian consciousness and organized hatred. It was through his satires, dystopias, and political essays that the literature of lonely humanists and skeptical ...
  • Kavaliauskas, Tomas (2005)
    The author of the article analyses the difference between small and big politics. According to the article, small politics has to do with everyday political life, whereas big politics is the founding act of the ideals. The ...
  • Japertas, Mindaugas (2005)
    The article scrutinizes the theoretical difficulties which are encountered while trying to give the definition of the specific object of aesthetics. In so far as aesthetics is held to be a branch of philosophy, the coherence ...
  • Gelūnas, Arūnas (2005)
    The article deals with the centuries-old disagree-ment between art and philosophy, its first and best known testimony being Plato's decision to get rid of the artists in his "The Republic". However, the ąuestion is raised, ...
  • Pučiliauskaitė, Saulenė (2005)
    According to VVittgenstein, the true aim of phi¬losophy is achieved, when philosophical problems completely disappear. Thus, what remains to phi¬losophy after VVittgenstein is to create new movės within existing language ...
  • Klibavičius, Darius (2005)
    The article deals with the problem of consciousness, which is described by the criteria of authenticity. The main methodological opposition is concentrated on the categories of cynicism and sincerity, with the help of which ...
  • Fraiman, Ernest (2005)
    This article is concerned with the problem of interpretation; especially with the role of the reader and his freedom. Is the reader free to make any interpretation he wants, or are there some restrictions? Contemporary ...
  • Baranova, Jūratė (2005)
    The author of the article discerns two traditions in interpreting conscience: the first is based on a pressuposion of interiority stemming from Augus-tine's inner dialogues with oneself, the other one interprets conscience ...
  • Jonkus, Dalius (2005)
    The article is dedicated to the problem of philo-sophical antropology in Kant. As the beginner of philosophical antropology Kant grounds its two aspects. First, he devides antropology into three parts: biological, cultural ...
  • Milerius, Nerijus (2005)
    The end of 19th and the 20th centuries are pervaded by "intellectual necrologies" announced by vari¬ems philosophers. First, the death of God has been foretold. Second, Philosophy itself has come to end. Third, such crucial ...
  • Navickas, Andrius (2005)
    The article gives a survey of the important con-tention between legal positivism and natūrai law tradition on the relations of law and morality. The survey aims to present the main issues of the con-troversy, to reveal ...
  • Oniščik, Marija (2005)
    The article presents one of the most popular trends of today Thomism, especially in the English speaking world - Analytical Thomism which views Thomistic corpus from the point of view of language analysis. The article deals ...
  • Šaulauskas, Marius Povilas (2005)
    and empiricism, while contemporary attempts to reinterpret these basic methodological approaches under subsuming post-modern vocabulary also revoice their predecessor, Kantian project of transcendental idealism. Therefore, ...
  • Vasiliauskaitė, Giedrė (2005)
    The article features one of the main discussions in contemporary Anglo-American epistemology regarding the nature of epistemic justification.The first chapter is devoted to the analysis of internalist conception, emphasizing ...
  • Karoblis, Gediminas (2005)
    Psychology (1884) in the Journal Mind. Later the famous representative of sociological theory of art Arnold Hauser related this idea with the well-known stream of painting and literature - impressionism, which got its name ...
  • Paulikaitė, Milda (2005)
    In its severe critiąue of the content of the old tradition, postmodernism tends to avoid discussing the basic moment of this tradition, i.e. its theoretical attitude that is at the core of reflective rationality. More ...
  • Čepulis, Nerijus (2005)
    The article is dedicated to hermeneutic philosophy of H.-G.Gadamer. Philosophical hermeneutics is concerned with problems of knowledge, its conditions and limits. Philosophical hermeneutics of H.-G.Gadamer is based not ...
  • Viedrynaitis, Rimantas (2005)
    The article deals with the problem of intercourse between two conceptions of philosophy. On the one hand, philosophy is comprehended as a stylish addition to the solid image, on the other hand, it is treated as the main ...

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