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2018 | 27 | 3 | 185-196
Article title

Osoba z dysfunkcją słuchu w świetle życia i twórczości ks. Jakuba Falkowskiego, założyciela pierwszego w Polsce Instytutu Głuchoniemych

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Title variants
EN
People with hearing impairments in the light of the life and work of fr. Jakub Falkowski, the founder of the first Polish Institute for the Profoundly Deaf
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
Fr. Jakub Falkowski (1775–1848) sees a profoundly deaf person as someone who has been created by God, gifted with special dignity and called to eternal life. A profoundly deaf person is not void of reason and feelings. They are able to develop intellectually and morally. A profoundly deaf person can learn to share their thoughts and feelings, and in this way enter into a profound relationship with people and God himself. He or she is open to God. The Christian faith supports them in taking on difficult tasks and overcoming difficulties connected to disability. Work plays an important role in the life of deaf people. Thanks to it they are able to make their living, be independent, contribute to their homeland, help others, develop their skills and experience joy. From the very beginning of the establishment of Falkowski’s Institute a profoundly deaf person could develop their talents in an extraordinary way within a supportive environment.
Year
Volume
27
Issue
3
Pages
185-196
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Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
1231-1634
YADDA identifier
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