Słowa kluczowe: filozofia oświecenia, filozofia zrównoważonego rozwoju . W książce „Dialektyka oświecenia” podjęli krytykę idei tego okresu w imię. Spiskowa dialektyka Oświecenia Conspiracy dialectic of the Enlightenment. Author(s): Jan Molina Subject(s): History, Philosophy, Language and Literature. Aleksander Radiszczew – dialektyka oświecenia i początki myśli rosyjskiej. Alexander Radischev – Dialectics of Enlightenment and the Origin of Russian.
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The ideas outlined here are based on an original conceptual model of how conspiracy narratives are constructed. The article constitutes an attempt at reconstructing the views of Aleksander Radishchev, the 18th and 19th century Russian writer and thinker.
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Stowarzyszenie Czasu Kultury Keywords: This determines the difference between his position and that occupied later by intellectual progressivism and allows one to consider him as the precursor of contemporary post-Enlightenment consciousness. The article attempts to analyze in philosophical terms the integral ties between conspiracy theories and the process rialektyka which the cultural and political paradigm of Modernity is constituted, equated by the author with a wider project: Shibbolet Login Shibboleth authentication is only available to registered institutions.
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Czas Kultury Issue Year: In analysing various motifs within his thought — his political programme, historiosophy, and moral philosophy including reflections on suicide he shows that Radishchev was at the same time an advocate of modernisation and a pessimist aware of its very limitations. In considering his most famous work, the novel A Journey from Petersburg to Moscow, the author questions the validity of the decade-long held opinion of Radishchev as the precursor of Russian intellectual consciousness.
The author argues that conspiracism represents an important element in the ideas that provide philosophical concepts with their power to affect reality and is a constant element accompanying theoretical constructs representing subsequent stages in this process of emancipation and demarcating their hidden structure.