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Modernism and nihilism of the Constitution for the Earth

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Egalitarian sexism: Kant’s defense of monogamy and its implications for the future evolution of marriage II

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Ethico-political engagement and the self-constituting subject in Foucault

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Patočka, Charter 77, the state and morality: “May it all be for the benefit of the community!”

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Towards critical aspects of Confucianism

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