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2004 | 4 | 4 | 47-64
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Kantowskie inspiracje w filozofii Józefa Marii Hoene-Wrońskiego

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KANTIAN INFLUENCES ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF J.M. HOENE-WROŃSKI
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In the “absolute philosophy” of Hoene Wroński, which he also terms “Messianism” (he is a creator of this notion) we encounter fourfold inspirations resulting from Kant’s works. Two of them originate from the first Critique – dealing with the problem of the dualism of being and thought, and the antinomies of reason. The other originate from the second Critique and concern the question of how practical reason shows the way in which the third antinomy of theoretical reason can be solved. Finally the last inspiration stems from the Kantian philosophy of history in which Wroński found the conception of a goal for the development of humanity, which is civil society governed by universal law and the federation of republican states.
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4
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4
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47-64
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