The Polish Contribution to World Philosophy


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The state of philosophy on Polish soil in different periods was significantly influenced by the prevailing political and social conditions. The defense and preservation of the national identity for long demanding years of determination and resistance became a specific socio-cultural priority. Despite of the adverse circumstances the influence of Poles on world philosophy has been significant, particularly during the period when the language of publication was Latin. The later and contem­porary heritage, written in Polish and not made available for translation into other, more widely used, languages remains without influence on world philosophy, even if it is distinguished
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