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Recepcija filozofske antropologije u anglo–saksonskoj filozofskoj tradiciji


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Škunca, Ana. (2013). Recepcija filozofske antropologije u anglo–saksonskoj filozofskoj tradiciji. Diploma Thesis. Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Department of Philosophy. [mentor Burger, Hotimir].

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Main goal of this thesis was to give a short and concise review of the reception of philosophical anthropology in the Anglo–Saxon philosophical tradition based on available literature. This review covers a large time period from the beginning of 20th century until modern days and it shows a way in which philosophical anthropology's central conceptions, methodology and eminent thinkers have been viewed by this tradition. It shows this view changing from a standpoint of complete rejection and neglect of philosophical anthropology in Anglo – Saxon philosophical tradition to recognition of philosophical anthropology as a legitimate philosophical discipline, and recognition of her importance for philosophical thought in general, to a general acceptance of anthropological concepts and problems. Notions such as human and human nature, as well as culture, are being recognized today as the central conceptions and starting points in coping with contemporary issues. As a consequence of that, modern philosophers of diverse orientations, from ecophilosophers to feminists, have reached out to philosophical anthropology in an attempt to deal with problems of today's society.

Item Type: Diploma Thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords: philosophical anthropology, anglo–saxon philosophical tradition, human, human nature, culture
Subjects: Philosophy
Departments: Department of Philosophy
Supervisor: Burger, Hotimir
Date Deposited: 15 Jul 2014 08:54
Last Modified: 15 Jul 2014 08:54

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