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The Authors have the right to deposit published version of their work in services and repositories of their choice.&nbsp;</div> (Redakcja) (LIBCOM Piotr Karwasiński) Fri, 29 Jan 2021 10:17:59 +0000 OJS 60 Selected aspects of philosophy in coaching: Reflexions on humanistic knowledge and the practice of coaching <p align="JUSTIFY">In this paper I undertake anattemptindication of dependences binding philosophy&nbsp;with coaching. Round the coaching grew many myths. Thereby in the paper I refer coaching&nbsp;as the present form of helping professions with the second man (with the customer/coachee); the profession whose method and the tool reach philosophical thought of different&nbsp;epochs, determining a permanent foundationunder the humanities. This foundation&nbsp;determines till now elaborate by thinkers the knowledge about the man, to his form and&nbsp;the place in the world. The reflection over philosophical aspects in coaching I begin from&nbsp;the description of chosen thoughts the ancient epoch in which the philosophy — accenting&nbsp;its own practical character — appears as art of living; across analysis of the meaning of&nbsp;Max Scheler and Nicolai Hartmann axiological ethics; finishing of the twentieth century&nbsp;eternal philosophy of dialogue.</p> Anna Agnieszka Musioł ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 29 Jan 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Kant’s systemic reception in the thought of the contemporary Russian philosopher Leonard A. Kalinnikov <p>The purpose of this article is to present the views of the Russian philosopher&nbsp;Leonard Alexandrovich Kalinnikov on Kant’s philosophy. This article demonstrates one of&nbsp;the important aspects thinks Kaliningrad resident, namely the rules interpretation system of&nbsp;Kant. The article consists of three parts, the first presents a brief biography of the Russian&nbsp;thinker, the second presents ten rules, without which the thoughts of Kalinnikov can not&nbsp;do any decent system researcher Kant, the third contains conclusions.<br>This reception is based on an earlier esoteric-teleological assumption about the whole&nbsp;system. Kant’s System, according to Kalinnikov, must be reconstructed and presented on the&nbsp;basis of three Critiques, which organically contain internal rules for their interpretation. As&nbsp;a final of the nine principles of interpretation, Kalinnikov proposes one universal principle&nbsp;of the unity of the world. This principle consists in the monistic reading of the question&nbsp;about human, which is intended to encapsulate the system in its entirety as a world of&nbsp;phenomena, things-in-themselves, and their human mediator.</p> Pylyp Bilyi ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 29 Jan 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Bernardin de Saint-Pierre and His Place on the Sun <p>In his <em>Studies of nature</em> (1784) and <em>Harmonies of nature</em> (1815) Saint-Pierre presented a panoramic view of nature as the work of omnipotent and benevolent God, whose providential care about His creation is everywhere visible. In this way, he wanted to call people to the life worthy of God, the life to be rewarded after death. The article discusses the nature of the universalist reward envisioned by Saint-Pierre in the light of his discussion of the spiritual nature of the human being. His view of this nature evolved and was not presented in entirely coherent fashion.</p> Adam Drozdek ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 29 Jan 2021 00:00:00 +0000 How to be disobedient? Book review: Frédéric Gros: Nieposłuszeństwo. Transl. by E. Kaniowska. Wydawnictwo „Czarna Owca”. Warsaw 2019 <p>The review of the book is intended to highlight the main aporias raised by the French philosopher. It is based on the assumption that reading Frédéric Gros' work is a valuable source of information for anyone wishing to deepen their knowledge of both current and past social problems. The philosopher leads extraordinary research on the human individual who participates in the civic structure. The main element of the researcher's contemplation is the title disobedience, which is investigated through the prism of philosophy, science, history and even art. The author stands up for humanism and reason.&nbsp;</p> Adam Krzyżowski ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 29 Jan 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Gérard Chazal: Bachelard topics in the work of François Dagognet <p>Polish translation of an article by Gérard Chazal, devoted to the relationship&nbsp;of François Dagognet’s philosophy to the work of Gaston Bachelard. The author shows&nbsp;the complexity of this relationship, analyzing it in relation to the philosophy of science&nbsp;(here, among others, analyzes the issue of the historicity of the process of formation of&nbsp;the knowledge), the philosophy of technology and the philosophy of art. In many dimensions&nbsp;Chazal shows that Dagognet was inspired not so much by the letter of Bachelard’s&nbsp;texts as by their spirit, using his methods and concepts in areas that Bachelard was not&nbsp;or only marginally interested in (including in the biological and medical sciences, in the&nbsp;visual arts). The article is also an interesting voice in the discussion about the essence of&nbsp;the reception of philosophical concepts and currents. In this aspect author asks about the&nbsp;negation of the source theory in its continuations at the same time asking whether it is not&nbsp;this kind of negative inspiration that best testifies to the vitality of the theory — alive due&nbsp;to constant creative transformations.</p> Marta Ples-Bęben ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 29 Jan 2021 00:00:00 +0000