The Social Thought of Bogdan Janski and its Relation to Contemporary Economic Relation
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The article is trying to interpret the social thought of Bogdan Janski in the context of contemporary economic relations. Janski, Polish philosopher and priest, was forced to emigrate after Polish uprising of November 1830. It is necessary to look for global rationality while confronting the challenges of European integration, the globalisation process and unsolved problems of underdevelopment, poverty and unemployment. The social thought of Janski can inspire process of deep social and economic re-evaluation. For Janski the basis of every renewal is personal change according to ideas of social personalism. The roads to social and economic development as well as to the global new deal and to the growth of the IV Republic go through the area of fundamental values. Only deep personal change, nursing civil virtues in the service of higher values can lead to solving social problems and building civil society.
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