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  1. Kościół polski - spojrzenie z zewnątrz.Tadeusz Szawiel - 1999 - Civitas 3 (3):127-146.
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  2. Odpowiedzialność a przyszłość.Tadeusz Szawiel - 2001 - Etyka 34:77-85.
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  3. Państwo jako instytucja i rzeczywistość społeczna.Tadeusz Szawiel - 2007 - Civitas 10 (10).
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    Państwo Jako Instytucja I Rzeczywistość Społeczna.Tadeusz Szawiel - 2020 - Civitas. Studia Z Filozofii Polityki 10:153-170.
    The concept of the state does not need to be re-defined because it describes more permanent structures which were born together with modernity and which continue to endure. The modern state, symbolic dates for which are the American Constitution of 1787 and the French Revolution of 1789, is a nation whose sovereignty is defined territorially. The modern state is defined by the institutions of citizenship and representation, as well as by rules regarding the making of binding decisions. If we talk (...)
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  5. Phronesis... nie można zapomnieć.Tadeusz Szawiel - 1999 - Przeglad Filozoficzny - Nowa Seria 30 (2):229-244.
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  6. Socrates: Arete and Democracy.Tadeusz Szawiel - 2009 - Civitas 11 (11).
     
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    Socrates: Aretē and Democracy.Tadeusz Szawiel - 2021 - Civitas. Studia Z Filozofii Polityki 11:268-297.
    The problems analyzed in this text fall into the broadest understanding of political theology. Its subject is Socrates’ attitude toward democracy, and to be more precise, Socrates’ relations with the Athenian democracy of the 5th century. A standard viewpoint perceives Socrates as an unyielding critic of democracy, who attacks, derides and despises it. While reading Plato’s dialogues one may come to the conclusion that democracy was not Socrates’ political ideal. But was Socrates rightly perceived by his contemporaries as a misodemos (...)
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  8. Sokrates: arete i demokracja.Tadeusz Szawiel - 2004 - Civitas 8 (8):9-39.
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