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    Roman Ingarden's Moral Philosophy.Maria Gołaszewska - 1976 - In A. T. Tymieniecka (ed.), Analecta Husserliana. pp. 73--103.
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    Internalizacja wartości.Maria Gołaszewska - 1978 - Etyka 16:81-102.
    It is presumed that there is an opposition between the spontaneous, discovered, personal and natural on the one hand, and the taught, imitated, adopted, and artificial, on the other. The opposition is manifested in different kinds of human activity and its products. It can be evaluated and provides a framework for several theories. It is accepted, for instance that, on the one hand, the most valuable are expressive experiences which harmonize with dispositions and sensitivity of man, and on the other, (...)
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    Ingarden's World of Values.Maria Gołaszewska & Urszula Niklas - 1975 - Dialectics and Humanism 2 (2):133-146.
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  4. Interaksjologiczne wyznaczniki wartości.Maria Gołaszewska - 1989 - Studia Filozoficzne 286 (9).
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  5. Problem prawdy i fałszu w życiu i w sztuce.Maria Gołaszewska - 1990 - Studia Filozoficzne 291 (2-3).
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  6. Pozycja wartości w antroposferze. Szkic z pogranicza antropologii filozoficznej i aksjologii.Maria Gołaszewska - 1988 - Studia Filozoficzne 277 (12).
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    Romana Ingardena filozofia moralności.Maria Gołaszewska - 1971 - Etyka 9:113-144.
    In the philosophical works of Roman Ingarden ethical questions appear in different contexts and are differently approached, namely: 1) strictly ethical questions considering the nature of moral values, qualities of moral act, etc.: 2) ethical questions implied by the general theory of value, i.e. the mode of existence of moral values, their formal structure, etc.; 3) ontological foundations of ethics, i.e. determinism vs. indeterminism in the realm of real world, etc.; 4) investigations in philosophical anthropology connected with ethical questions, i.e. (...)
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    Wzory moralne a sztuka.Maria Gołaszewska - 1979 - Etyka 17:39-52.
    The starting point of these reflections on the personality-creating function of moral examples is a differentiation between two concepts of man: one, which puts stress on the fact that human nature is predetermined and the man’s task is therefore to develop his talents and endowments in order to become a compete man, and the other, which emphasizes the fact that man is himself a specific and uniquely precious value, and thus he should endeavor to learn about himself and how he (...)
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