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2014 | 13 | 1 |
Article title

Personalizm jako imperatyw wartościowania człowieka

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Personalism as an Imperative of The Evaluation of Man
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Ks. prof. dr hab. JÓZEF ZABIELSKI – kierownik Katedry Teologii Moralnej Życia Społecznego UKSW w Warszawie, wykładowca Archidiecezjalnego Wyższego Seminarium Duchownego w Białymstoku, w latach 2001- 2004 rektor tego Seminarium; wykładowca teologii moralnej w Centrum Katechetycznym – Studium Teologii w Wilnie (Litwa) oraz w Riga Higher Institute of Religious Sciences w Rydze (Łotwa); w latach 1999-2012 pracownik Katedry Teologii Katolickiej Uniwersytetu w Białymstoku. Autor około 300 publikacji naukowych i popularnonaukowych z zakresu teologii moralnej i etyki filozoficznej, moralności życia społeczno-religijnego, antropologii i bioetyki, w tym kilkunastu pozycji książkowych.
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The proper discovery of the truth about a human being requires referring to personalism as a concept of knowing and evaluating. Normative foundation of personalism comes down to recognizing an individual as a person – who is an ontical foundation of values – and the dignity of every man as ‘the image of God’ (Gen 1: 27). The concept of a human being as a person leads to concrete obligations, such as respecting the independence of a person and the value of his life, the obligation to act ‘in the field of liability’, respecting the good of individuals and the whole mankind. A personalistic norm is an axiological foundation of proper value judgements and all the actions that protect human health and life. In the article, the author analyses two problems: 1. Personalistic norm as an onthological principle of axiology of man; 2. Personalistic evaluation of man as a challenge for today.
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13
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1
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2014
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http://hdl.handle.net/11320/2648
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bwmeta1.element.hdl_11320_2648
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