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  1. New Publications (Aesthetics in Central Europe).Monika Bokiniec, Adrián Kvokačka, Zoltán Papp & Jakub Stejskal - 2012 - Estetika 49 (1):109-115.
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  2. New Publications (Aesthetics in Central Europe).Monika Bokiniec, Adrián Kvokačka, Zoltán Papp & Tereza Hadravová - 2010 - Estetika 47 (1):97-104.
     
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  3. The Research and Teaching of Aesthetics in the Visegrad Countries: A Survey (Aesthetics in Central Europe).Ondřej Dadejík, Oliver Bakoš, Mária Valentová, Jana Sošková, Tomáš Hlobil, Jakub Stejskal, Piotr J. Przybysz, Monika Bokiniec & Zoltán Papp - 2009 - Estetika:203-218.
     
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  4. Aesthetics in Central Europe: New Publications.Adrián Kvokačka, Jakub Stejskal, Monika Bokiniec & Zoltán Papp - 2009 - Estetika:97-103.
     
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    Genetic Counseling and Termination of Pregnancy in Hungary.Zoltan Papp - 1989 - Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 14 (3):323-333.
    The practice of prenatal diagnosis has brought with it the utilization of pregnancy termination as a preventive approach. In this paper the genetic/teratologic, fetal and maternal indications for termination of pregnancy used in Hungary are described, as well as the legal requirements and the proposed mode of termination at the different stages of gestation. The author is the director of the largest prenatal genetic counseling service in Hungary. Keywords: elective abortion, medico-legal aspects, prenatal diagnosis, genetic disorders, Hungary, bioethics CiteULike Connotea (...)
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    Matters of Taste: Kant’s Epistemological Aesthetics.Zoltán Papp - 2020 - Con-Textos Kantianos 1 (12):402-428.
    This paper is concerned with what I believe is the epistemological mission of Kant’s doctrine of taste. The third Critique inherits two problems from the first. The evident one is that the categorial constitution of nature must be complemented with the notion of purposiveness. The less evident one is that the transcendental theory of experience needs a common sense in order to secure a common objectivity. The judgment of taste, conceived of by Kant as a ‘cognition in general’ not restricted (...)
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