Volume 4: No. 4/2020

Philosophy of Culture: Methods, Fields, Practice

We are honored to dedicate this issue to Professor Zofia Rosińska on the occasion of her 80th birthday – for all of us a great friend, for many of us a great teacher and mentor
– The Editorial Board

Table of Contents


Przemysław Bursztyka The Primacy of Practice (1-6)

Thematic Section

Jean-Michel SalanskisTruth, Practice, and Philosophy of Culture (7-18)
Jared KemlingToward a “Cultural Philosophy”: Five Forms of Philosophy of Culture (19-35)
Kenneth W. StikkersMax Scheler’s Two Approaches to Philosophy of Culture (36-44)
Iñaki Xavier Larrauri PertierraOn Gadamerian Hermeneutics: Fusions of Horizons, Dialogue, and Evolution(s) within Culture as Dynamic System of Meaning (45-62)
Agata Bielik-RobsonDerrida’s Umbrapolitics: Marrano “Living Together” (63-82)
Laura MuellerModern Socratic Dialogue and Resilient Democracy: Creating the Clearing for an American Bildung (83-104)
Mikołaj Sławkowski-RodeThe Two Cultures in Philosophy (105-122)
Mateusz SalwaDialogue with Nature and the Ecological Imperative (123-135)


James G. HartThe Transcendental-Phenomenological Ontology of Persons and the Singularity of Love (136-174)
Maciej BednarskiMoral of the Novel: Rorty and Nussbaum on the Ethical Role of Literature (175-189)

Discussion Papers, Comments, Book Reviews

Randall E. AuxierTo Serve Man? Rod Serling and Effective Destining (190-204)
Eli KramerPolish Philosophy of Culture Today: A Promising Route for Contemporary Philosophy (205-221)
Monika MurawskaLyotard’s Missing Face (222-226)

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