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dc.contributor.authorOrbik, Zbigniew
dc.description.abstractThe article presents ethical work of an outstanding representative of the philosophical Lvov-Warsaw School – Izydora Dąmbska. The conviction that philosophy is a science and is axiologically grounded was inherited from her teacher Kazimierz Twardowski. According to this point of view, being a philosopher means realization of both intellectual and moral values. The text gives an insight into the ways Dąmbska understands the term ethics and her notion of the most fundamental terms of axiological ethics: assessment, values, norms. The four distinguished by her issues of scientific ethics: the issue of ethical criteria, sources of morality, moral foundation and range of ethics are also examined. Dąmbska’s achievements in the history of ethics, her reflections on ethics’ independence from religion and on teaching ethics at school are also presented.en
dc.publisherUniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniupl
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dc.subjectLvov-Warsaw Schoolen
dc.titleO etyce Izydory Dąmbskiejpl
dc.contributor.organizationPolitechnika Śląskapl

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