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3/2023 —

  3/2023   EDITORIAL   NON OMNIS MORIAR. ALICJA KUCZYŃSKA AND LESZEK KUŹNICKI https://doi.org/10.5840/du202333330   This year Dialogue and Universalism suffered irreparable losses: two outstanding persons closely related with the journal died, persons to whom the journal owes a lot: Professor Alicja Kuczyńska (1931–2023) and Professor Leszek Kuźnicki (1928–2023). For many years they both were […]

2/2023 ENVIRONMENTAL PHILOSOPHY AS WORLD PHILOSOPHY —

  2/2023 ENVIRONMENTAL PHILOSOPHY AS WORLD PHILOSOPHY   EDITORIAL ENVIRONMENTAL PHILOSOPHY AS WORLD PHILOSOPHY https://doi.org/10.5840/du202333215    This issue of Dialogue and Universalism is devoted to the promotion and realization of intercultural and transcultural forms of philosophical reflection aimed at improving the fate of humanity and our shared co-inhabitants of Planet Earth. This project is simultaneously […]

1/2023 VARIA; ON THE NEED OF AN ENLIGHTENMENT —

  1/2023 VARIA ON THE NEED OF AN ENLIGHTENMENT   EDITORIAL VARIA https://doi.org/10.5840/du20233311      From the very beginning of its existence, i.e. from 1973, nearly every issue of Dialogue and Universalism has been monothematic (let me remind that this journal, published as a single title,1 was called Dialectics and Humanism until 1990, and later, […]

3/2022 NEW FACES OF DEMOCRACY. IN SEARCHING OF THE GLOBAL HEALTH OF DEMOCRACY —

  3/2022  NEW FACES OF DEMOCRACY. IN SEARCHING OF THE GLOBAL HEALTH OF DEMOCRACY   EDITORIAL https://doi.org/10.5840/du202232337      One of the contemporary sages of political science, Norberto Bobbio, considered about four decades before the “pandemic pedagogy” that “Democracy is not enjoying the best of health in the world today, and indeed has never enjoyed […]

2/2022 TWO PROBLEMS OF DIGITILIZATION—VIRTUAL NEGOTIATIONS AND 4TH SPACE —

  2/2022 TWO PROBLEMS OF DIGITILIZATION—VIRTUAL NEGOTIATIONS AND 4TH SPACE   EDITORIAL   Guest Editors: Daniel Hardegger, Peter Boltuc VARIA https://doi.org/10.5840/du202232224    The present issue of Dialogue and Universalism consists of two parts. The first is entitled Two Problems of Digitilisation—Virtual Negotiations and 4th Space, with Daniel Hardegger (ZHAW School of Management and Law, Switzerland) […]

1/2022 DO WE NEED A NEW ENLIGHTENMENT FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY? Part III —

  1/2022 DO WE NEED A NEW ENLIGHTENMENT FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY? Part III https://doi.org/10.5840/du20223211 EDITORIAL    Our first issue of 2022, “Do We Need a New Enlightenment for the 21st Century” arrives at a critical moment. Some academic intellectuals have described our times as the twilight of democracy, the world gone awry, or heaven […]

3/2021 DO WE NEED A NEW ENLIGHTENMENT FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY? Part II —

3/2021 DO WE NEED A NEW ENLIGHTENMENT FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY? Part II EDITORIAL https://doi.org/10.5840/du202131342      The perspicacious thinker, Isaiah Berlin, once wrote that, “The intellectual power, honesty, lucidity, courage and disinterested love of the truth of the most gifted thinkers of the Eighteenth century remain to this day without parallel. Their age is […]

Special Supplement —

  Special Supplement VARIA: CLASHES OF CULTURES, RELIGIONS AND MODELS OF DEMOCRACY;  MAX SCHELER’S SELECTED CONCEPTIONS https://doi.org/10.5840/du202131Supplement34   EDITORIAL    We have decided to publish this issue of Dialogue and Universalism as a Special Supplement in addition to its usual annual sequence of three issues. The readers can expect publication of issue 3, volume 31, […]

2/2021DO WE NEED A NEW ENLIGHTENMENT FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY? —

  2/2021  DO WE NEED A NEW ENLIGHTENMENT FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY? https://doi.org/10.5840/du202131218 EDITORIAL Section 1. On the Idea of Tolerance and Religious Beliefs     The original essays in this issue are arranged as a thematic development of the central themes of the Enlightenment, as they emerge both progressively and in retrograde reflection through a […]

1/2021 RACISM —

  1/2021 RACISM https://doi.org/10.5840/du20213111 EDITORIAL    There is some consensus that philosophical reflection and work aims to isolate and identify the essences of things rather than simply the specific manifestations of things. Philosophy seeks to uncover and thereby reveal the deepest and core structures of reality. This goal or task of philosophy is not simply […]


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