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2007 | 6 | 3-4(18) | 377-394
Article title

Being and Meaning

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PL
Abstracts
EN
The author of the paper asks basic questions about being and meaning and the relation that occurs between them. Taking as his point of departure the Leibnizian question 'Why there is something rather than nothing', he asks about reasons of being's existence, ways of this existence and justification for certain ways of existence. In particular, he deals with the question of the meaning of human existence. His view is that for none of these questions a satisfactory solution for all can be found. Philosophy remains in the face of such problems relatively helpless. Looking at philosophy's boundaries, one can say 'I don't know' or become absorbed into holy books that promise an answer.
Keywords
EN
BEING   LEIBNIZ   MEANING  
Contributors
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  • W. Struzewski,
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Publication order reference
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CEJSH db identifier
08PLAAAA03507152
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.206a2c07-b72f-3764-ba08-fa2891cac7a5
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