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  1. „K dvom významom pojmu zodpovednosť.".Dagmar Smreková - forthcoming - Filozofia.
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  2. The Paradox of Sartre Freedom Concept-the Phenomenon of Badfaith (Mauvaise-Foe).D. Smrekova - 1995 - Filozofia 50 (10):523-531.
     
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  3. Economic Rationality and the System of Values (the Model of Homo-Economicus and Re-Definition of Rationality).D. Smrekova - 1998 - Filozofia 53 (5):286-298.
     
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  4. On Bad Faith and Self-Deception.Dagmar Smrekova - 2011 - Filozofia 66 (9):856-867.
     
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  5. Practice, Narration, and Tradition: A. MacIntyre's Theory of Virtue.Z. Palovicova & D. Smrekova - 2003 - Filozofia 58 (5):324-337.
    The objective of the paper is to analyze the conception of virtue as represented in the book After Virtue by one of the initiators od the renaissance of the ethics of virtue A. MacIntyre. In its first part the authors examine the reasons of MacIntyre's criticism of the Enlightenment conception of morals, in which the notion of virtue was excluded from moral reflection and substituted by a universal moral principle. The second part gives a more detailed analysis of the notions (...)
     
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  6. Business Ethics: Its Status, Nature and Subject.D. Smrekova - 1999 - Filozofia 54 (3):163-174.
     
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  7. Economics as a Philosophical Problem.D. Smrekova - 1998 - Filozofia 53 (1):27-39.
  8. Etické problémy ekonomického správania.D. Smreková - 1994 - Filozofia 49:1994.
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  9. Good and Virtue in V. Jankelevitch's Moral Philosophy.D. Smrekova - 2002 - Filozofia 57 (1):1-14.
     
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  10. Immanence and Ethics: Spinoza Seen by Robert Misrahi.D. Smrekova - 2004 - Filozofia 59 (5):318-333.
    The current discussion of the place of ethics in human life and of the prospectives of French ethical thinking has been given a new impulse by the tradition rooted in immanence. In this tradition the philosophy of B. Spinoza is taken as its explicit model. The paper focuses on the shift from dominating ontological problematic to ethics and on Misrahi's argumentation, which enables him to render Spinoza's ethics as subversive to the whole tradition of moral philosophy, based on the canon (...)
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  11. La conception sartrienne de la dialectique de l'histoire au centre des discussions non marxistes.D. Smrekova - 1987 - Filozofia 42 (4):462-473.
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  12. La Philosophie Marxiste-Léniniste En France Et les Problèmes de L'Individualité.D. Smrekova - 1989 - Filozofia 44 (4):410-421.
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  13. Marxisme Et Existentialisme: Le Problème de la Subjectivité Humaine.D. Smrekova - 1989 - Filozofia 44 (1):14-20.
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  14. Nehlasny hlas bytia.Dagmar Smreková - 2003 - Filozofia 58 (6-10):574.
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  15. Nouvelles Tendances Dans la Philosophie Française Contemporaine.D. Smrekova - 1988 - Filozofia 43 (4):469-474.
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  16. On Levinas' Analysis of the Philosophical Essence of Hitlerism.Dagmar Smrekova - 2006 - Filozofia 61 (8):659-666.
     
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  17. Od rigorizmu povinnosti k morálke cnosti.D. Smreková - 2001 - Filozofia 3:174-186.
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  18. Predpoklade Nemennosti Pojmov a Inom Karel Mácha Faustovské Reflexie Rozhovor S Ladislavom Hanusom.Dagmar Smreková, Vojtech Filkorn, JÚUUS ŠVIHRAN, Hp Grice, Pf Strawson & Pavel Cmorej - 1992 - Filozofia 47 (7-12):574.
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  19. Sartre's Project of Morals (On the Occasion of the 100th Birthday of the Philosopher).D. Smrekova - 2005 - Filozofia 60 (5):293-310.
    In conclusion of his Being and Nothingness Sartre articulated the problem of freedom as a moral one, promising to write a book concerning the problem. The work was published only posthumously. As a consequence of it he was reproached by his critics either for the absence of the moral problematic in his existentialism or for that in the long run the moral problem disappears . Some of them recognized his moral vision, but only in its negative form . In contrast (...)
     
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  20. The Historical Philosophical Sources of the Renaissance of the Concept of Value.D. Smrekova - 2000 - Filozofia 55 (6):460-471.
    Concomitant to the renaissance of the concept of virtue in contemporary moral philosophy was the return to the traditional theories of virtue. The author offers a comparison of the theories of virtue with Aristotle, Spinoza and Hume, focusing on two questions: First, what do such diverse conceptions as Aristotle's eudaimonism, Spinoza's ethical rationalism and Hume's theory of moral sense have in common? Her argument is, that in spite of different principles and different conceptual means these conceptions could be covered by (...)
     
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  21. The Meaning of the Rehabilitation of the Notion of Happiness.D. Smrekova - 2003 - Filozofia 58 (4):248-258.
    The meaning of the rehabilitation of the concept of happiness is decoded by means of the analysis of representative French ethical conceptions: the ethics of happiness of Robert Misrahi and the philosophy of hopelessness and bliss of André Comte-Sponville. It is important to take into account, that beside the conceptions follo_wing the eudaimonic tradition, there are also approaches, which revive the forgotten concept of happiness as an autonomous goodness by thematizing its opposite - the total evil. This approach is exemplified (...)
     
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  22. Two Meanings of the Concept of Responsibility.D. Smrekova - 2000 - Filozofia 55 (8):620-631.
    The main argument of the paper is, that there are two menanigs of the concept of responsibility. On one hand there is the meaning bringing the responsibility together with the idea of imputable actions and on the other hand the concept of responsibility defined through the quality of warranty. The responsibility is thus seen as related to the human behaviour as well as to the kindred and mutual dependence, which are constitutive of human relationships. The author's view is, that to (...)
     
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  23. The Market Order in the Light of Morals+ Market Economy and Ethics.D. Smrekova - 1996 - Filozofia 51 (4):228-235.
  24. Towards Merleau-Ponty's Vision of Man and World.D. Smrekova - 2001 - Filozofia 56 (7):441-451.
    Tha aim of the paper is to point out some of the characteristics of Merleau-Ponty's phenomenology as embodied in his vision of man and world and developed in his Phenomenology of Perception. The author focuses especially on Merleau-Ponty's criticism of several essential theses of J.-P. Sartre's Being and Nothingness. Merleau-Ponty tries to revitalize the bonds between those spheres of being, which in Sartre's vision are antithetical, and thus fully alienated. It should be remembered, however, that the essential problems of Phenomenology (...)
     
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  25. Vice and its Social Meaning.D. Smrekova - 2006 - Filozofia 61 (6):427-440.
     
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  26. What Does Assuming Responsibility Mean? Towards the Concept of Imputation in Contemporary Ethics.Dagmar Smrekova - 2010 - Filozofia 65 (9):893-906.
    The conceptual basis of the paper is the difference between two types of responsibi- lity: the agent’s responsibility for his own acts and their effects; a responsibi- lity which is primarily oriented to the Other, about whom one is concerned and for whom one guarantees. The paper deals with this second meaning of responsibility: an imputation of a deed to somebody as its agent. The author explores the origins of the modern concept of imputation, its specific character and effectiveness, as (...)
     
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  27. Are We Prisoners of Our Own Character? Replies to Kant, Sartre and Mounier.D. Smrekova - 2002 - Filozofia 57 (5):307-320.
    The paper gives an analysis of the problem of character, which goes beyond the limits of the traditional ethics of virtue and which aims at the resolution of the essential dilemma - namely the role of determinism in the play of human fortune. The author focuses on two important French authors, whose conceptions of character were based on Kant's philosophy and on its criticism at the same time. Whereas Mounier defends the idea that the constitution of character is shaped by (...)
     
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  28. Does It Make Sense to Differentiate Between Ethics and Morality?D. Smrekova - 2004 - Filozofia 59 (8):549-562.
    The paper has two objectives: First, it focuses on the history of the use of the terms morality and ethics. On this background it differentiates between the understanding of morality in traditional antiquity , where these terms were seen as equivalent and defined through manners and habits, and modern conception, where the core of morality consists in duty. The question is, in which form these divergent inspirative traditions occur in contemporary ethics- and moral discourses and what are the possible resolutions. (...)
     
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  29. From the Obedience to the Duty to the Morality of Virtue (Deontologism, Consequentialism and the Ethics of Virtue).D. Smrekova - 2001 - Filozofia 56 (3):174-186.
     
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  30. Merleau-Ponty's Commentaries on Sartre.D. Smrekova - 1998 - Filozofia 53 (7):414-423.
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    ČO ZNAMENÁ PREVZIAŤ ZODPOVEDNOS'Ť? K pojmu imputácie v súčasnej etike.Dagmar Smreková - 2010 - Filozofia 65 (9).
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