Philosophia 18/2017


I. Focus: Kant’s Idea of Cosmopolitanism

Christo Stoev – Anthropology as Empirical and Nonetheless Moral and Cosmopolitan Discipline in Kant. [Антропологията като емпирична и същевременно морално-космополитична дисциплина у Кант] [PDF pp. 3-15]

Dominik Harrer Global Justice Through Utopia? Kant’s Understanding of ‘Cosmopolitanism’ as Initial Point for Contemporary Political Philosophy [PDF pp. 16-30]

II. Obligations to Life

Hein BerdinesenFuture Generations and Concepts of Well-Being [PDF pp. 31-48]

Lydia Kondova Leibniz and the Fear of Incompetence: A Story from the History of Medicine [PDF pp. 49-58]

III. Art and Science

Mahyar Moradi – Social integration through the industrial aesthetic figures: A review of the case “Eiffel Tower” [Die soziale Integration durch die industriell ästhetischen Figuren: Eine Überprüfung des Falles Eiffelturm] [PDF pp. 59-67]

Ted Dace The Conservation of Presence [PDF pp. 68-74]

Nikolay Neychev – Philosophical principles of Quantum Mechanics and the Problem of Understanding the Artwork (Realistic and fantastic in Gogol’s “Viy”) [Философските принципи на квантовата механика и проблемът за разбирането на художествената творба (Реалистичното и фантастичното във „Вий“ на Н. В. Гогол)] [PDF pp. 75-92]