Polskie badania nad filozofią brytyjskiego empiryzmu , cz. II

Studia Z Historii Filozofii 4 (1):85-92 (2013)
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Polish studies on the philosophy of British empiricism had various courses. Polish studies on Leibniz, Spinoza or Kant were quite advanced, but we know but little about the research on British empiricism. The achievements of the attempts of reconstructing the early reception are rather vestigial. The second part of the article presents early Polish studies into the philosophy of Bacon, Newton, Hobbes and Burke.



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