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2010 | 11 | 63-74
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THEEODICY AS THE 'FIRST PHILOSOPHY' IN RECENTIVISM (Taceodycea jako 'filozofia pierwsza' w recentywizmie)

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The paper presents the issue of taceodicy which occurs in Józef Banka's philosophical system. Although in recentivism there is obviously taceodicy concerning the Absolute, there is also the one containing human-Absolute relation. The latter has more substance because along with a human being appear relations and, among others, thinking about the Absolute. The Absolute: Józef Banka refers to the birth and decline of human life. That is the 'subject' of pure experience. Metaphysics of silence constitutes the 'first philosophy' in recentivism. Considerations contained therein concern what is constitutive, primary, and final - the Absolute as Megalesige and Thanatosige. It is based on axioms of recentivism whose arche is recens. Human being is recens. Not only is he referred to the Absolute, he is also the Absolute himself. Just as in Plotinus' conception the One does not need anything else for its existence, in Józef Banka's conception the Absolute is Kantian thing in itself.
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11
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63-74
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  • dr Pawel Nierodka
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11PLAAAA09776
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