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O podstawowych stanowiskach w etyce antycznej

Edmund Husserl



Translated text comes from Edmund Husserl’s course “Einleitung in die Ethik” [“Introduction into Ethics”] from the spring semester 1920, repeated and extended in the spring semester 1924, each time in Freiburg. Husserl presents Socrates as a reformer of philosophy and philosophical practice – in his criticism of sophistic, skepsis and empiricism. As Bogaczyk-Vormayr emphasizes in her introduction, Husserl does not evoke any historical paradigm, he does not want to – simply said – be a historian of philosophy; on the contrary, he presents his view of ethics, which we should call a phenomenological one. That means he offers a critical history of philosophy – his analyses are focused on philosophical ideas and only their philosophical potential is what matters to him. 


Socrates; Socratic dialogue; praxis; sophistic; truth; phenomenology; eudaimonia; happiness; wisdom

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Bogaczyk-Vormayr, Małgorzata 2011. Autoreferat rozprawy doktorskiej. (dostęp: 10.08.2016).

Husserl, Edmund. 2004. Einleitung in die Ethik. Vorlesungen Sommersemester 1920/1924. Dordrecht-Boston-London: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

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Puecker, Henning. 2004, Einleitung des Herausgebers, w: Husserl, E. 2004. Einleitung in die Ethik. Vorlesungen Sommersemester 1920/1924. Dordrecht – Boston –London: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

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