Roman Darowski

The Polish Contribution to World Philosophy

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14/2 - Fall 2009, pages 217–245
Date of online publication: 15 novembre 2009
Date of publication: 01 novembre 2009

Abstract

The article features several Polish philosophers and their contributions to world philosophy. Matthew of Kraków wrote the Rationale divinorum operum or the Rationality of Divine Works in which he discussed the philosophy of Plato and Saint Augustine on devil and created views on philosophical anthropology. Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski wrote five books on reformation during the Renaissance. Marcin Śmiglecki was a professor at the Vilnius Academy and wrote books on logic and metaphysics.

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Darowski, Roman. “The Polish Contribution to World Philosophy.” Forum Philosophicum 14, no. 2 (2009): 217–245. doi: 10.5840/forphil20091423.

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