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    Neue Erziehung und virtuelle Menschheit.Barbara Anna Markiewicz - 2006 - Synthesis Philosophica 21 (1):33-42.
    Die Autorin stellt ein neues Erziehungsprojekt vor, das mit Rawls’ Modell der vernünftig eingerichteten Gesellschaft in Zusammenhang steht. Das wichtigste Element dieses Projektes ist die moralische Erziehung. Der moderne Liberalismus setzt die moralische Erziehung mit der bürgerlichen Erziehung gleich. Diese Auffassung der Teilnahme am sozialen und politischen Leben findet die Autorin interessant und notwendig. Doch wie ist es um die anthropologische Fundiertheit dieser Begriffe bestellt? Die Idee des menschlichen Wesens – als eines rationalen Individuums – setzt dieses als ein Subjekt (...)
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    The New Education and Virtual Humankind.Barbara Anna Markiewicz - 2006 - Synthesis Philosophica 21 (1):33.
    The author presents a new education project connected with Rawls’ model of a well-ordered society. The most important element of this project is moral education. Modern liberalism identifies moral education with civic education. The author finds this way of thinking about one’s participation in social and political life rather interesting and needed. However, what does the anthropological foundation of these concepts look like? The very idea of human being – as a rational individual alone – is assumed as the subject (...)
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  3. Czy filozofii potrzebna jest tradycja?Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2005 - Ruch Filozoficzny 1 (1).
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  4. Duchy polityczne i duchy w polityce.Barbara Anna Markiewicz - 2020 - Civitas. Studia Z Filozofii Polityki 23:17-33.
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  5. Justice as Aletheia.Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2009 - Civitas 11 (11).
  6. Nowożytne prawa obywatela, albo co można było kupić za 50 franków złotem, czyli markę srebra (marc d\'argent).Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2002 - Civitas 6 (6):79-92.
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  7. Obywatel a globalizacja.Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2007 - Civitas 10 (10).
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  8. O Rewolucji Raz Jeszcze.Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2020 - Civitas. Studia Z Filozofii Polityki 15:11-27.
    As a starting point for considerations the author accepts that the concept of revolution has changed historically in a similar way as the concept of democracy. Initially democracy was limited to a certain reality and political system, but over time the concept has become synonymous with common good. It can be claimed that similar changes in meaning can be observed in the concept of revolution. However, as the trouble with its use in the media shows, the universal dimension of the (...)
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  9. O tożsamości europejskiej rozważania w nastroju melancholijnym.Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2006 - Civitas 9 (9).
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  10. Sprawiedliwość jako aletheia.Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2000 - Civitas 4 (4):49-60.
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  11. Secret Organisations and Their Overt Politics.Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2020 - Civitas. Studia Z Filozofii Polityki 20:11-24.
    In line with the concept of politics developed by ancient Greeks, the political sphere is identified with transparency and overtness. However, it has always been hiding secret actions, conspiracies and collusions. The emergence of the modern model of the state, along with the rationalisation of its structures, enabled the secret equivalents of authority to transform into organisations, i.e. institutions alternative to official organisations, established by law and having specific powers. Rather than talking about actual organisations, the author discusses the process (...)
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  12. Wolność władzy.Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2001 - Civitas 5 (5):44-55.
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    La nouvelle éducation et les ętres humains virtuels.Barbara Anna Markiewicz - 2006 - Synthesis Philosophica 21 (1):33-42.
    L’auteur présente un nouveau projet éducatif rattaché au modčle de société bien ordonnée de Rawls. L’élément le plus important de ce projet est l’éducation morale. Le libéralisme moderne assimile l’éducation morale ŕ l’instruction civique. L’auteur trouve que cette maničre de concevoir la participation individuelle ŕ la vie sociale et politique est intéressante et utile. Cependant, quelle forme le fondement anthropologique de ces conceptions revęt-il? L’idée męme de l’ętre humain – exclusivement en tant qu’individu doué de raison – y est prise (...)
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  14. Suwerenność jako miara politycznej wielkości.Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2003 - Civitas 7 (7):216-230.
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    Obywatel a Globalizacja.Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2020 - Civitas. Studia Z Filozofii Polityki 10:191-203.
    The placing of the concept citizen in the context of globalisation makes it possible to approach it using the category of cosmopolitism and the related dispute between the advocates of pluralism and those of hegemony. In the debates on cosmopolitism, the transition from the classic concept of ‘citizen’ to that of ‘citizen of the world’, or cosmopolite, is generally regarded as something obvious, just as is its territorial extension. The concept of the citizen thus becomes transcendental and virtual. Usually its (...)
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    Kultura Polityczna: Czy Tego Można Się Nauczyć?Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2020 - Civitas. Studia Z Filozofii Polityki 18:53-74.
    In this paper, the concept of political culture is considered in reference to the notions of G.A. Almond, S. Verba and J. Rawls. It is defined as a specific educational project, which is linked to the idea of a fair, democratic and constitutional system. The author also points to potential contemporary obstacles to implementation of this project. Deepening inequalities arising from personal culture are the first threat to liberal civic education. The second threat is associated with the development of new (...)
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    Komu Potrzebna Jest Dzisiaj Filozofia Polityki?Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2020 - Civitas. Studia Z Filozofii Polityki 13:7-21.
    What is the philosophy of politics in contemporary times and how can the need for its presence be justified? The philosophy of politics is no longer needed by politicians themselves, primarily because it cannot be applied to an electoral campaign and will thus not ensure them an electoral victory. Public opinion probably feels no such a need either, bearing in mind that what it expects is more along the lines of new episodes of a political serial rather than a holistic (...)
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  18. Politic as a System of Education.Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2007 - In Ewa Czerwińska-Schupp (ed.), Values and Norms in the Age of Globalization. Peter Lang. pp. 1--30.
     
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    Justice as Aletheia.Barbara A. Markiewicz - 2021 - Civitas. Studia Z Filozofii Polityki 11:151-160.
    What is the political meaning of justice combined with aletheia, that is, the truth understood as revealing, disclosing, and unconcealment? On the basis of an immanent analysis of certain excerpts from Plato’s work we could find the answer. First of all, in Plato the question of justice is not a technical issue, a question of good or bad ruling over the polis, a good or bad law. It concerns matters of much greater significance: existential issues. That is why justice is (...)
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