Światopogląd i religia w ujęciu Stanisława Kowalczyka
Philosophy of life and religion in Stanisław Kowalczyk’s perspective
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The article presents a synthetic view of the issue of philosophy of life and religion in Stanisław Kowalczyk’s works and it shows social consequences of the philosophical perspective of these problems. It can be clearly seen that the discussed author analyzes the issue from the anthropological-personalistic perspective. The text presents Kowalczyk’s view of the concept of philosophy of life and its structural elements, focusing mainly on the Christian philosophy of life and the problem of a dialog concerning philosophy of life. Another motif is the question of the origin and function of religion and its relations with such areas as science, philosophy, morality or culture. The article is concluded with a reflection concerning the sources of the ideological-axiological crisis of the contemporary world. According to Kowalczyk it is the erroneous anthropology connected with depersonalization of the conception of man that is to blame here, and in order to overcome the crisis it has to return to realism, integral humanism and personalistic anthropology.
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