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ELECTRONIC JOURNAL FOR PHILOSOPHY - ISSN 1211-0442

K pojmu nutnosti a náhodnosti (bytí jsoucího); II. část (2011)


Author: V. Kyprý

Email: vkvk1@volny.cz

Affiliation: Independent researcher, Prague, Czech Republic

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Article type: Standard scientific article

Section: History of Philosophy

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Abstract (english):

This article deals with an implicite relation between a concept of necessity and accident (of being of entities) and a concept of law (of being of entities) in Marx´s philosophy connected (bound together) with the explicit relation between the concept of necessity and accident (of being of human entities in economic and social sphere of being) and the concept of law (of being of human entities in economic and social sphere of being) in Marx´s political economy; it demonstrates its merit from the point of view of ontology of law as well as it demonstrates (from the anthropological point of view) its defect that is connected especially with its historicism (with „the poverty of historicism“).


Abstract (czech):

Tato stať se zabývá implicitním vztahem pojmu nutnosti a náhodnosti (bytí jsoucího) a pojmu zákona (bytí jsoucího) v Marxově filosofii spjaté (svázané) s explicitním vztahem pojmu nutnosti a náhodnosti (bytí lidsky jsoucího v ekonomicko-společenské bytné sféře) a pojmu zákona (bytí lidsky jsoucího v ekonomicko-společenské bytné sféře) v Marxově politické ekonomii a ukazuje její ontologicko-nomologické přednosti, poukazujíc však na její antropologicko-ontologické nedostatky, spjaté zvláště s jejím historicismem (s „bídou historicismu“).



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