Jarosław CharchułaCorresponding authorORCID id

Stanisław Kowalczyk. Filozofia pochylona nad człowiekiem

[Stanisław Kowalczyk: Philosophy Leaning Towards Man]

10 - 2005, pages 258-260
Date of online publication: 03 August 2016
Date of publication: 30 November 2005


Jubilees induce one to reflect, to look back. It is a good opportunity to make some summaries, one ponders over the achievements of the past. It is also a good moment to express one's appreciation and gratitude. Such an expression of appreciation and a form of gratitude is the book Philosophy Leaning Towards Man, dedicated to Rev. Stanisław Kowalczyk, a professor of philosophy on the occasion of forty years of his scientific work at the Catholic University of Lublin and the fiftieth anniversary of his ordination. This joint publication, dedicated to Prof. Kowalczyk and edited by Edward Balawajder, Arkadiusz Jabłoński and Jan Szymczyk, comprises numerous studies by his associates, colleagues and students. The whole work is thematically organized into three parts. The first part contains texts that raise anthropological issues, the second - social issues, and the third - issues concentrated around the relation between God and religion. This organization perfectly reflects the spectrum of the interests of Prof. Kowalczyk.

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Charchuła, Jarosław. “Stanisław Kowalczyk. Filozofia pochylona nad człowiekiem.” Forum Philosophicum 10 (2005): 258–60. doi:10.35765/forphil.2005.1001.19.