CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY CHANGE

SERIES IVA, EASTERN AND CENTRAL EUROPE, VOLUME 17

 

LITHUANIAN PHILOSOPHY:

Persons and Ideas

LITHUANIAN PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES, II

 

edited by

Jurate Baranova

 

CONTENTS

PREFACE: George F. McLean

I. Lithuanian Philosophy: the Search for Authenticity

Jurate Baranova

 

PART I. LITHUANIANS: THEIR HISTORY AND CULTURE IN LITHUANIA

II. Glimpses of Lithuanian History

Alfredas Bumblauskas

 

III. A Latecomer to Latin Civilization: The Lithuanian Way to World History

Edvardas Gudavicius

 

IV. Lithuanian Mythology

Gintaras Beresnevicius

 

V. Lithuanian Messianism: Its Origin

Vytautas Berenis

 

 

PART II. ACADEMIC PHILOSOPHY THROUGH THE CENTURIES

 

VI. The Development of Professional Philosophy at The University of Lithuania

Romanas Pleckaitis

 

PART III. LITHUANIAN PHILOSOPHY BETWEEN THE TWO WORLD WARS

 

VII. Vydunas: the Essential Features of His Philosophy

Vaclovas Bagdonavicius

 

VIII. Stasys Salkauskis: The Contours of His System

Arunas Sverdiolas

 

IX. Social Philosophy of Fabijonas Kemesis

Adolfas Poska

 

X. Between Ideology and the Criticism of Culture: the Case of Julijonas Lindë-Dobilas

Almantas Samalavicius

 

XI. Oscar Milosz — Theoretician of Love

Andrius Konickis

 

XII. Two Existentialists: Antanas Maceina and Juozas Girnius

Ruta Tumenaite

 

XIII. The Life of Vosylius Sezemanas and his Critical Realism

Loreta Anilionyte and Albinas Lozuraitis

 

PART IV. CONTEMPORARY LITHUANIAN PHILOSOPHY

 

XIV. Lithuanian Philosophical Thought Between East and West

Arvydas Sliogeris

 

XV. Arvydas Sliogeris: The Philosopher as Knight of Being

Regimantas Tamosaitis

 

XVI. Rethinking the Philosophy of Culture: Lithuania and the Western Tradition

Marius-Povilas Saulauskas

 

XVII. Algirdas Greimas in Lithuania and in the World

Zilvinas Beliauskas

 

XVIII. Vytautas Kavolis as Social and Cultural Critic

Leonidas Donskis

 



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