Philosophia 27/2021



Contemporary Philosophy

Alex Kostova – The Event(ful) “Ontology” of the Late Heidegger: Dynamism and Relationism of Being as Such [(Съ)битийната „онтология” на късния Хайдегер: динамизъм и релационизъм на битието като такова] [PDF pp. 3-16]

Vasilen Vasilev – The possibility of ‘the Unconscious’ in Leibniz, Husserl and Nietzsche. The Problem of Passivity and the Autonomization of Perception in the context of their views. [Възможността за  „Несъзнаваното“ у Лайбниц, Хусерл и Ницше. Проблемът за пасивността и автономизацията на възприятието в контекста на техните възгледи] [PDF pp. 17-34]

Ján Hrkút Independence: A Non-reductive View of the Relationship Between Science and Theology (Deepening of Barbour’s Approach) [PDF pp. 35-50]

Philosophical Essay

Omobola Olufunto Badejo, Ndukaku OkorieEthical Implications of Friendship Based on Anonymity: The Social Media Example [PDF pp. 51-72]

Manoranjan Mallick Gandhian Concept of Humanism: Way to Global Harmony [PDF pp. 73-84]

Olajumoke Olufunmilola Olaiya Pedagogy and the Idea of Rights in the Writings Ptah Hotep: Implication for Contemporary Discourses on African Political Philosophy [PDF pp. 85-97]

Petko Kalaidjiev – Cryptocurrency Through a Sociological Lens: A New Stimulus for Governments in Post-COVID Economic Recession [PDF pp. 98-105]