Ukrainians in the Lvov-Warsaw School (in Polish)

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Stepan Ivanyk


This article concerns one of the most important philosophical formations in the twentieth century, the Lvov-Warsaw School. It analyzes the phenomenon of Twardowski’s School from a perspective that so far has not been taken into account by scholars: the multicultural nature of Lvov as the cradle of the school. The chief aim of the article is to identify numerous leading representatives of Ukrainian philosophical thought in prewar Galicia with the tradition of the Lvov Philosophical School, thus filling an important gap in research on the Lvov-Warsaw School and broadening the perspective of its understanding as a multicultural intellectual formation.


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Ivanyk, Stepan. 2012. “Ukrainians in the Lvov-Warsaw School (in Polish)”. Diametros, no. 32 (June):232-35.
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Stepan Ivanyk, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology Polish Academy of Sciences

Stepan Ivanyk Graduate School for Social Research Institute of Philosophy and Sociology Polish Academy of Sciences ul. Nowy Świat 72 Pl-00-330 Warszawa
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