Studia Gilsoniana 4 (4):393-403 (2015)

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Wojciech Daszkiewicz
John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
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The article underlines the moments that define the metaphysical understanding of culture. According to this conception, culture in its most basic meaning is rationalization of nature. The article is focused on the following areas: genetic-exemplarist analysis of cultural works and definition of culture from the perspective of realistic philosophy.
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