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    Rousseau's Conception of Government in the Work Discourse on Political Economy.Petar Jakopec - 2021 - Disputatio Philosophica 22 (1):49-61.
    In this article the author problematizes Rousseau’s Discourse on Political Economy and his conception of government in the political community. Rousseau’s Discourse on Political Economy was chronologically written seven years before his major work The Social Contract or Principles of Political Right. Regardless of the fact that the Discourse on Political Economy was published earlier, it left a remarkable trace in Rousseau‘s philosophical opus. In this work, which was published as part of the fifth volume of Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment, (...)
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    Notion of Private Language in Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophcus and Some Contemporary Linguistic Refutations.Marko Kardum & Ines Skelac - 2021 - Disputatio Philosophica 22 (1):63-75.
    In this paper, the possibility of private language argument in Tractatus Logico- Philosophicus is analyzed. The concept of ‘language that only I could understand” is connected to solipsism, or the impossibility to understand other people’s way of seeing the world. But all members of the same community are able to communicate using the same language, so this language is a general language, and there is no private language, just a private perception of the world. Contemporary linguistic theories of Chomsky and (...)
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    Implications of Paul Tillich's Ethics in Personal and Business Ethics.Neda Rogošić & Ivan Koprek - 2021 - Disputatio Philosophica 22 (1):11-48.
    Tillich’s reflections on ethics and morality included reflections on their connection with religion. His conclusion is that morality is the essence of religion, and that theological ethics should be present in every part of systematic theology. In this respect, Tillich accentuates the religious dimension of the moral imperative, the religious sources of moral demands, and the religious elements in moral motivation. It can be observed that the application of ethical principles as laid out by Tillich creates a solid network within (...)
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    Logic Oughtn't Be Normative.Christopher J. Searle - 2021 - Disputatio Philosophica 22 (1):3-10.
    Presumably, the exponent of logical normativity believes it to be the case that rational agents ought to reason logically. If the converse holds, and the exponent of logical normativity believes either that it is false that rational agents ought to reason logically or that the claim that rational agents ought to reason logically is not truth–functional, then any attempt to formulate sound arguments in support of their position will be either question–begging or self–contradictory. To argue in favour of the normative (...)
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