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2014 | 69 | 9 | 786 – 796
Article title

INDICKÁ FILOZOFIA NA PRELOME TISÍCROČÍ

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Title variants
EN
Indian philosophy at the turn of the millennium
Languages of publication
SK
Abstracts
EN
The 20th century India witnessed a quite strong tendency towards the separation of philosophy from religion, regarding them as two autonomous phenomena. This tendency corresponded with a more general endeavour, namely getting philosophy closer to science. The author focuses especially on the new streams, which appeared by the end of the millennium and are still relevant today. These include philosophy of science, feminist philosophy, Gandhian philosophy, postcolonial studies (in terms of their importance for philosophy) as well as still reverberant existentialist and Marxist doctrines.
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Year
Volume
69
Issue
9
Pages
786 – 796
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Contributors
  • Katedra kulturológie FF UKF v Nitre, Hodžova č. 1, 949 74 Nitra, Slovak Republic, Hajko
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Publication order reference
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