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2006 | 43 | 121-140
Article title

EDWARD STAMM ON REALITY

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Edward Stamm allots in his works on following realities: scientific reality, religious reality and reality of art. These are the basic areas, in which one should seek for real object. Objects can be real only if they belong to a given range. Each real object should be primary to all other object and it should be given directly. In general meaning objects are regarded as a real in whichever range i.e. logical amount (union) of objects belonging to scientific, religious, or art reality. Each range has its own purpose define as a steering-wheel .The steering-wheel of science is looking-ahead, idolatry of religion, and of art -isolation from certain acts of the will. Managerial Principles decide about fixture of object for a given range. Those principles consist of principle of identity, principle 'P' (causality), principle 'N' (result), principle 'S' (repercussion).
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43
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121-140
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COMMUNICATION
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  • T. Femiak, Szkola Wyzsza Psychologii Spolecznej, ul. Chodakowska 19/31, 03-815 Warszawa, Poland
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07PLAAAA02525240
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bwmeta1.element.bc8a7cd1-44d8-3bca-aebb-b2e9ef53eace
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