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(in Polish) Christian Personalism of John Paul II

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Course ID: WT-DTE-WJCH Erasmus code / ISCED: 08.2 / (unknown)
Course title: (unknown) Name in Polish: Christian Personalism of John Paul II
Department: Institute of General Theology
Course groups: Courses at UKSW
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Language: English
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1. A presentation of Karol Wojtyła - John Paul II

2. A Human Person

3. Thomist Personalism

4. The Personalisic Method - Thomism and Phenomenology

5. Person and Act

6. Subjectivity and Subjectivism

7. A Theology of the Body

8. Subjectivity and the irreducible in man

9. The Personalistic norm (principle)

10. The Person - Subject and Community

11. Participation and Community

12. A Person and a Nation


Karol Wojtyła, Thomist personalism, 6 (2004) Personalism, 53-64.

Juan Manuel Burgos, The Method of Karol Wojtyła: A Way between Phenomenology,

Personalism and Metsphysics, in: A-T. Tymieniecka (Ed.) Phenomenology and Existentialism in the Twentieth Century. Book II. Serie “Analecta husserliana” vol. 104 (2010), 107-129.

Karol Wojtyła, Subjectivity and Subjeivism, 7(2004) Personalism, 51-56.

Karol Wojtyła, The Acting Person, Dodrecht, Holland 1979.

Karol Wojtyła, Subjectivity and the irreducible, in mom, 4(2003) Personalism, 11-20.

John Paul II, From the Rights of Human Persons to the Rights of Nations, 8(2005) Personalism, 7-20.

Karol Wojtyła, The Personalistic norm, 11(2006), Personalism, 43-48.

John Paul II, Modern Democracy, 9(2005) Personalism, 7-14.

Karol Wojtyła, A human being is a person, 1(2001) Personalism, 57-62.

John Paul, Crossing the Threshold of Hop, London 1994.

Karol Wojtyła, The Person: Subject and Community, 5(2003) Personalism, 15-50.

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