Subjectivity and the Irreducible in Man
The problem of the subjectivity of man seems to be today the center of many-sided interest. It would however be difficult to explain in a concise way the reason and the manner of this situation having arisen in the past, and continually arising today.
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- 1.One of these efforts is the study of the author entitled: The Acting Person, and lately, still more to the point, the elaboration entitled: Person — Subject and Community.Google Scholar
- 2.Cf. the chapter: ‘Subjectivity and Subjectivism’, in The Acting Person (Osoba i czyn Krakow 1969, p. 56).Google Scholar
- The study The Acting Person, is construed to a great extent on this basis.Google Scholar
- 4.We may notice this when comparing, e. g., The Acting Person with the recently published work of Fr A. Krąpiec OP I — Man, an Outline of Philosophical Anthropology. Lublin 1974.Google Scholar