Volume 49 (2004)
18th Century and its Nelghbourhood
- Bronisław Baczko — Historical Fictions and the History of Utopias
- Janusz Tazbir — The World in 16-17th Centuries
- Mikołaj Olszewski — Did Rousseau read Seneca?
- Anna Citkowska-Kimla — Friedrich von Hardenberg's (Novalis) Early Romantic Philosophy of History and Religion. Christianity or Europe
- Aleksandra Porada — Fénelon and d'Argenson. Aristocrats Dream on Reforms
- Tadeusz Zatorski — Educated and Englightened Superstition. Georg Christoph Lichtenberg’s Psychology of Prejudice
- Stefan Zabieglik — Adam Smith's Deism
- Sabina Kruszyńska — Benjamin Constant and His Works on Religion
- Benjamin Constant — On Religion from the Viewpoint of its Sources, Forms and Expansion
- Jerzy Trzoska — Augustus II of Saxony and his Project to Establish Admiralty at the End of 17th Century
- Steffen Huber — The Polish Antitrinitarian Adam Wiszowaty and a Metaphysical Definition of Human Person in His Conception of Rational Faith
- Maciej Soin — Witkiewicz and Bugaiev
- Marek Łagosz — Memory as a Phenomenological Background of the Idea of Time
- Piotr Łaciak — The Place and Function of Eidetic Cognition in Edmund Husserl’s Transcendental Phenomenology
- Adam Skibiński — Radical Constructivism as a Critique of Epistemology
- Marian Karaś — Status Ecclesiae indirecte subordinatur. The Conception of Mutuał Relations of the Church and the State in the Contemporary. Roman Catholic Integrism
The journal founded by Leszek Kołakowski, Bronisław Baczko and Jan Garewicz appears continuously since 1957.
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