Max Horkheimer o relacjach między filozofią i nauką w dobie kryzysu kulturowego
MAX HORKHEIMER ON THE RELATIONS BETWEEN PHILOSOPHY AND THE SCIENCE IN THE AGE OF THE CULTURE CRISIS
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The paper deals with Horkheimer’s view on the relation between philosophy and the sciences. It also presents his ideas concerning the aims of study as well as discusses his account of authentic education. These problems are addressed not abstractly, but in the context of Horkeimer’s social and historiosophic diagnosis and prognosis. Moreover, the authoress shows the difference between the results of the Critical Theory and the conceptions grounded in tradition. The main thesis of the paper manifests itself in statement that Horkheimer’s remedy for the crisis of the European culture is the philosophical self-reflection; in other words, he postulates the primacy of philosophy in respect to sciences, that is, wisdom in respect to knowledge.
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