Reply to the Paper “National Philosophy as a Subject of Comparative Research”
The paper aims to clarify and develop some of the issues raised by S. Rudenko & S. Yosypenko who reviewed the author’s book Selected Issues in the History of Polish Philosophy. It focuses mostly on methodological questions in the historiography of national philosophies, and on interdisciplinary approach which is presented as useful and fruitful for researching less influential philosophical traditions.
Mróz, T. (2016) Selected Issues in the History of Polish Philosophy. Vilnius: Vilnius University.
Rudenko, S., & Yosypenko, S. (2018). National Philosophy as a Subject of Comparative Research. Sententiae, 37(1), 120-129. https://doi.org/10.22240/sent37.01.120
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