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2013 | 2 | 2 | 8 – 17
Article title

VZŤAH ČLOVEKA K SVETU, K SEBE SAMÉMU V DOTYKU S TVORBOU F. M. DOSTOJEVSKÉHO

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Man’s relationship to the world, towards himself in F. M. Dostoyevsky’s work
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SK
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In presented paper we are describing the philosophical and ethical question of Justice in the works of F. M. Dostoyevsky, specifically in the novel Demons. Justice as a phylogenetic heritage of man and mankind, which has been affected over the course of years in the process of ages by socio-political changes of subsequent civilisations, is earning a lot of different connotations and levels. The desire for justice is changing into passion the hunger after being fed up with wealth, fame, unquenchable thirst for power over man, society state. Sick ideas and passions are coming back to man, bringing loss of oneself and his consciousness. The appeal and prophecy of Dostoyevsky are becoming more and more urging: Don’t let sick passions, thirst for wealth and power, selfishness and egoism win. Justice is a continuous activity – communication with the strengths of Truth, Goodness and Beauty which are coded inside everyone and humanity as the meaning of life and its path.
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2
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2
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8 – 17
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