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Author
Vaňková Ingrida (University of Prešov, Slovakia)
Title
Perspektíva sociálneho konštruktivizmu v diskusii o ľudskom self a osobnej identite človeka
Perspective of Social Constructionism in Discussion about Human Self and Personal Identity
Source
Humanum. Międzynarodowe Studia Społeczno-Humanistyczne, 2011, nr 6 (1), s. 109-121, bibliogr. 15 poz.
Humanum. International Social and Humanist Studies
Keyword
Filozofia, Konstruktywizm, Filozofia człowieka
Philosophy, Constructivism, Human philosophy
Note
summ.
Abstract
The issue of human self and identity is not new one within philosophical discussion, but its articulation became more evident in philosophical, sociological and psychological research almost in the 20th century. These new perspectives approach the issue of human identity and self from diachronical point of view, that takes into consideration all the interpersonal aspects, social and cultural context when studying human identity. The article focuses on the perspective of social constructionism as one of the main approaches towards the issue of personal identity in the latest philosophical trends.(original abstract)
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ISSN
1898-8431
Language
slo
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