Pawel Kazmierczak

Pawel Kazmierczak
Akademia Ignatianum w Krakowie · Instytut Nauk o Wychowaniu

PhD

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Introduction
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October 2006 - January 2016
Akademia Ignatianum w Krakowie
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
October 2006 - April 2016
Akademia Ignatianum w Krakowie
Position
  • Faculty Member

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Publications (22)
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Celem artykułu jest analiza treści i metod akademickiego kursu przygotowanego dla studentów kierunków katechetycznych, zatytułowanego „Teologia stworzenia i etyka ekologiczna”. Teoretyczną inspiracją kursu jest przede wszystkim encyklika Laudato si’ Papieża Franciszka, która daje głębszą podstawę dla etyki ekologicznej niż etyka świecka, również po...
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The aim of this article is to explore Georg Simmel's concept of the blasé attitude and to contrast it with the notion of intelligent teachability, derived from Aristotelian–Thomistic tradition. Here, Stanisław Gałkowski and Paweł Kaźmierczak view these two accounts through the lens of contemporary virtue epistemology, which helps to demonstrate the...
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The paper undertakes a critical analysis of the so-called Presupposition of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola, which prescribes the benevolent interpretation of the other’s words. We aim to identify the anthropological and epistemological background of the pedagogical guidelines contained therein and to explicate the intellectual and m...
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The rapid development of the internet and the growth of the cyberspace is the most significant phenomenon of our times. The cyberspace puts pressure on all of us to adapt to its constraints. Its influence is also palpable in philosophy, and on the teaching of philosophy in particular, and there is increasing pressure to adapt philosophical educatio...
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The counter-cultural character of MacIntyre’s outlook is evident in the context of the domination of individualist liberalism and expressivism. He is aware that the development of neo-Aristotelian education requires the creation of alternative institutions or the strengthening of existing ones, such as Catholic schools and universities, whose ident...
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Moral Upbringing Through Arts and Literature ed. P. Kaźmierczak, J. Rzegocka Mark Twain, the great American writer of the South whose characters struggle with difficult choices has famously said: “Always do what is right. It will gratify half of mankind and astound the other.” Taking Twain’s phrase as a starting point this book considers how liter...
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This paper examines MacIntyre's claim regarding the correspondence and complementarity between the theoretical framework of The Summa Theologiae and the practical moral universe of The Divine Comedy, positing Aquinas and Dante as two related masters of moral education. The superiority of the tradition-constituted mode of enquiry is further argued f...
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Crusade for the Liberation of Man is one of the organizational forms of teetotalism, initiated by Father Franciszek Blachnicki. The article discusses the following issues: a) a theoretical basis for Fr. Blachnicki’s idea of teetotalism, b) organizational forms of his teetotalist activities, c) practical conditions of membership in the Crusade for t...
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An important element of Alasdair MacIntyre’s virtue ethics is his concept of practice. His statement that teaching is not a practice in itself, but is always instrumental to other practices, aroused controversy among the philosophers of education. The paper elaborates on the notion of practice and presents arguments for and against the abovemention...
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The paper proposes the philosophy of education based on Josef Seifert's metaphysics of the person. The following aspects of his personalist stance are taken into consideration: the mind-body relationship, the uniqueness and transcendence of the person, aitiology of the person, the criteria of adequate personalism and his debate with Thomism. The im...
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Artykul ma celu wydobycie pedagogicznych implikacji z koncepcji wartości oraz komplementarnego wobec niej pojecia cnoty w ujeciu Dietricha von Hildebranda. W pierwszej cześci artykulu zarysowana zostala szeroka panorama dorobku Hildebranda. W drugiej – omowiono jego koncepcje wartości w kontekście tradycji realistycznej fenomenologii. Trzecia cześc...
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The paper starts with the discussion of the relationship between teacher's professional ethics and general or fundamental ethics, contingent on the issue of teacher's professionalism. Further, it presents various approaches to teacher's professional ethics, resulting from different classical philosophical perspectives, centered on duty, consequence...
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The paper proposes the philosophy of education based on Josef Seifert's metaphysics of the person. The following aspects of his personalist stance are taken into consideration: the mind-body relationship, the uniqueness and transcendence of the person, aitiology of the person, the criteria of adequate personalism and his debate with Thomism. The im...
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In the situation of post-modern "axiological night" (S. Morawski), the question arises about the possibility and appropriateness of putting forward ethical propositions. Many contemporary phenomena point out, however, that the discussion on the status of ethical values is not (and cannot) be closed. At the time of the dominance of moral relativism...
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The main theme of Alice von Hildebrand's autobiography entitled A Happy Failure is her work as a university teacher of philosophy. Her career path in the institutional context, and her own understanding of her responsibility towards the students will be analyzed in the article. The second thread of this extraordinary biography, interwoven with the...
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Published extracts from the memoirs of a German philosopher Dietrich von Hildebrand from the years 1921-1937 are marked by historical time, which formed the background of the author's life. They are focused on the philosopher's struggle with the prevailing "spirit of the times" and the influence of this conflict on the philosopher's biographical ch...
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The following article is an attempt at the reconstruction of Dietrich von Hildebrand’s political project rooted in Christian personalism, intended as an antidote to the evils of totalitarianism. A brilliant philosophical analysis of this subject was given by Josef Seifert in his seminal article “Personalistische Philosophie und der Widerstand gegen...

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The aim of the project is to reconstruct the model of education derived from the writings of Alasdair MacIntyre, both its critical and its constructive aspect. It is also aimed to analyse the impact of his concept on the contemporary theory of education.