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2017 | 45 | 3 | 49-63
Article title

Józef Tischner – dialog czy monolog w dramacie

Title variants
EN
JÓZEF TISCHNER – DIALOGUE AND MONOLOGUE IN DRAMA
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
In this study we pose once more the key question concerning Józef Tischner’s philosophical anthropology Was Józef Tischner – the creator of philosophy of drama – also a philosopher of dialogue? What, in his thought, is the essence of drama? What exactly is the relation between ‘I’ and ‘Thou’? Is drama ultimately about the creation and formation of the ‘Us’? Or is the primary importance to be assigned to the subject in the drama? How, according to Tischner, does the subject of the drama need to be formed so that the ‘encounter’ can occur? To what extent did Tischner remain a phenomenologist in his philosophizing? In his studies on the human condition, did he manage to overcome the vision of master and slave from Hegel’s philosophy? How much did his thought concerning dialogue evolve throughout the phases marked out by his successive works: ‘Philosophy of Drama’, ‘Controversy over the Existence of Man’ and ‘The Other’?
Year
Volume
45
Issue
3
Pages
49-63
Physical description
Contributors
  • Akademia Ignatianum, Wydział Filozoficzny, ul.Kopernika 26, 31-501 Kraków, Poland
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Publication order reference
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YADDA identifier
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