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The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy
 

Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Change
 

Studies on the cultural sources and foundations of values and the role of this heritage in building the future

 

George F. McLean, General Editor

 

 

SERIES IVA. EASTERN AND CENTRAL EUROPE

 

IVA.1 The Philosophy of Person: Solidarity and Cultural Creativity; Polish Philosophical Studies, I, A. Tischner and J.M. Zycinski, eds. ISBN 1-56518-048-8 (cloth); ISBN 1-56518-049-6 (paper). 1994.

 

IVA.2  Public and Private Social Inventions in Modern Societies; Polish Philosophical Studies II, Leon Dyczewski, Paul Peachey and John Kromkowski, eds. ISBN 1-56518-050-x (cloth); ISBN 1-56518-051-8 (paper). 1994.

 

IVA.3  Traditions and Present Problems of Czech Political Culture: Czech Philosophical Studies I,Michael Vejrazka and Miloslav Bednar, eds. ISBN 1-56518-056-9 (cloth); ISBN 1-56518-057-7 (paper). 1994.

 

IVA.4 Czech Philosophy in the XXth Century: Czech Philosophical Studies, II, Lubomìr Novy and Jiri Gabriel, eds. ISBN 1-56518-028-3 (cloth); 1-56518-029-1 (paper). 1994.

 

IVA.5 Language, Values and the Slovak Nation: Slovak Philosophical Studies, I, Tibor Pichler and Jana Gasparikova, eds. 1-56518-036-4 (cloth); 1-56518-037-2 (paper). 1994.

 

IVA.6 Morality and Public Life in a Time of Change: Bulgarian Philosophical Studies, I, Vasil Prodanov and Assen Davidov, eds. ISBN 1-56518-054-2 (cloth); ISBN 1-56518-055-0 (paper). 1994.

 

IVA.7 National Identity as an Issue of Knowledge and Morality: Georgian Philosophical Studies I,Ghia Nodia and Paul Peachey, eds. ISBN 1-56518-052-6 (cloth); ISBN 1-56518-053-4 (paper). 1994.

 

IVA.8 Personal Freedom and National Resurgence; Lithuanian Philosophical Studies, I, Bronius Kuzmickas and Aleksandr Dobrynin, eds. ISBN 1-56518-038-0 (cloth); ISBN 1-56518-039-9 (paper). 1994.

 

IVA.9 National, Cultural and Ethnic Identities: Harmony Beyond Conflict; Czech Philosophical Studies, III, Jaroslav Hroch, David Hollan and George F. McLean, eds. ISBN 1-56518-113-1 (paper). 1998. 

 

IVA.10  Models of Identities in Post-communist Societies; Yugoslav Philosophical Studies, I, Zagorka Golubovic and George F. McLean, eds. ISBN 1-56518-127-1 (paper). 1999.

 

IVA.11  Interests and Values: The Spirit of Venture in a Time of Change: Slovak Philosophical Studies, II, Tibor Pichler, Jana Gasparikova, eds. ISBN 1-56518-125-5 (paper). 1999. 

 

IVA.12 Creating Democratic Societies - Values and Norms; Bulgarian Philosophical Studies, II,Plamen makariev, Andrew M. Blasko and Asen Davidov, eds. ISBN 1-56518-131-x (paper). 1999.

 

IVA.13 Values in Islamic Culture and The Experience of History: Russian Philosophical Studies, I,Nur Kirabaev and Yuriy Pochta, eds. ISBN 1-56518-133-6 (paper). 2002.

 

IVA.14  Values and Education in Romania Today; Romanian Philosophical Studies, IMarin Calin and Magdalena Dumitrana, eds. ISBN 1-56518-134-4 (paper). 2000.

 

IVA.15  Between Words and Reality, Studies on the Politics of Recognition and the Changes of Regime in Contemporary Romania; Romanian Philosophical Studies, II. Victor Neumann. ISBN 1-56518-161-1 (paper). 2001.

 

IVA.16 Culture and Freedom; Romanian Philosophical Studies, IIIMarin Aiftinca, ed. ISBN 1-56518-136-0 (paper). 2000.

 

IVA.17 Lithuanian Philosophy: Persons and Ideas; Lithuanian Philosophical Studies, IIJurate Baranova, ed. ISBN 1-56518-137-9 (paper). 2001.

 

IVA.18  Human Dignity - Values And Justice: Czech Philosophical Studies, IV, Miloslav Bednár, eds. ISBN 1-56518-124-7 (paper). 1999. 

 

IVA.19  Values in the Polish Cultural Tradition; Polish Philosophical Studies, IIILean Dyczewski, ed. ISBN 156518-142-5 (paper). 2002.

 

IVA.20 Liberalization and Transformation of Morality in Post-Communist Countries; Polish Philosophical Studies IV. Tadeusz Buksinski. ISBN 1-56518-178-6 (paper). 2003.

 

IVA. 21 Islamic and Christian Cultures: Conflict or Dialogue; Bulgarian Philosophical Studies, III,Plamen Makariev, ed. ISBN 1-56518-162-X (paper). 1999.

 

IVA.22  Moral, Legal and Political Values in Romanian Culture; Romanian Philosophical Studies, IV, Mihaela Czobor-Lupp and J. Stefan Lupp, eds. ISBN 1-56518-170-0 (paper). 2001.

 

IVA.23 Social Philosophy: Paradigm of Contemporary Thinking; Lithuanian Philosophical Studies, III. Jurate Morkuniene. ISBN 1-56518-203-0 (paper). 2004.

 

IVA.24 Romania: Cultural Identity and Education for Civil Society; Romanian Philosophical Studies, VMagdalena Dumitrana, ed. ISBN 1-56518-209-X (paper). 2004.

 

IVA.25 Polish Axiology: The 20th Century and beyond, Polish Philosophical Studies, VStanislaw Jedynak, ed. ISBN 1-56518-141-7(paper). 2005.

 

IVA.26 Contemporary philosophical discourse in Lithuania, Lithuanian Philosophical Studies; IV, Jurate Baranova, ed. ISBN 156518-215-4 (paper). 2005.

 

IVA.27 Eastern Europe and the Challenges of Globalization; Polish Philosophical Studies, VI, Tadeusz Buksinski and Dariusz Dobrzanski, eds. ISBN I ISBN 1-56518-218-9 (paper). 2005.

 

IVA 28 Church, state, and society in Eastern Europe, Hungarian Philosophical Studies, IMiklós Tomka. ISBN 1-56518-226-X (paper). 2004.

 

IVA. 29 Politics, Ethics, and the Challenges to Democracy in "New Independent States"; Georgian Philosophical Studies, ITinatin Bochorishvili, William Sweet, Daniel Ahern, eds. ISBN: 978-1-56518-224-0 (paper). 2005.

 

IVA.30 Comparative Ethics in a Global Age; Russian Philosophical Studies, II, Marietta T. Stepanyants, eds. ISBN: 978-1-56518-235-6 (paper). 2008.

 

IVA.31 Identity and Values of Lithuanians; Lithuanian Philosophical Studies, V, Aida Savicka, eds. ISBN 978-1-56518-236-3 (paper). 2008.

 

IVA.32 The Challenge of Our Hope: Christian Faith in Dialogue; Polish Philosophical Studies, VII. Waclaw Hryniewicz. ISBN: 978-1-56518-237-0 (paper). 2008.

 

IVA. 33 Diversity and Dialogue: Culture and Values in the Age of Globalization; Bulgarian Philosophical Studies, IV, Andrew Blasko and Plamen Makariev, eds. ISBN 978-1-56518-238-7 (paper). 2009.

 

IVA. 34 Civil Society, Pluralism and Universalism, Polish Philosophical Studies, VIII.  Eugeniusz Gorski. ISBN 978-1-56518-241-7 (paper). 2008.

 

IVA.35 Romanian Philosophical Culture, Globalization, and Education; Romanian Philosophical Studies, VIAlin Tat and Stefan Popenici, eds. ISBN 978-1-56518-242-4 (paper.) 2008.

 

IVA.36  Political Transformation and Changing Identities in Central and Eastern Europe; Lithuanian Philosophical Studies, VI, Andrew  Blasko and Diana  Janusauskiene, eds. ISBN 978-1-56518-246-2 (paper). 2008.

 

IVA.37 Truth and Morality: The Role of Truth in Public Life: Romanian Philosophical Studies, VII.Wilhelm Danca, ed. ISBN 978-1-56518-249-3 (paper). 2009.

 

IVA.38 Globalization and Culture: Outlines of Contemporary Social Cognition: Lithuanian Philosophical Studies, VII, Jurate Morkuniene, ed. ISBN 978-1-56518-251-6 (paper). 2011. 

 

IVA.39 Knowledge and Belief in the Dialogue of Cultures, Russian Philosophical Studies, III. Marietta Stepanyants, ed. ISBN 9781565182622 (paper). 2010.

 

IVA.40 God and the Post-Modern Thought: Philosophical Issues in the Contemporary Critique of Modernity. Polish Philosophical Studies, IX. Józef Zycinski. ISBN 9781565182677 (paper). 2011.

 

IVA.41 Dialoguexe among Civilizations, Russian Philosophical Studies, IVNur Kirabaevxe and Yuriy Pochtaxe, eds. ISBN 9781565182653 (paper). 2011.

 

IVA.42 The Idea of Solidarity: Philosophical and Social Contexts, Polish Philosophical Studies, X. Dariusz Dobrzanski, ed. ISBN 9781565182961 (paper). 2011.

 

IVA.43 God's Spirit in the World: Ecumenical and Cultural Essays, Polish Philosophical Studies, XI. Waclaw Hryniewicz. ISBN 9781565182738 (paper). 2012. 

 

IVA.44 Philosophical Theology and the Christian Tradition: Russian and Western Perspectives: Russian Philosophical Studies, V. David Bradshaw, ed. ISBN 9781565182752 (paper). 2012.

 

IVA.45 Ethics and the Challenge of Secularism: Russian Philosophical Studies, VI. David Bradshaw, ed. ISBN 9781565182806 (paper). 2013.

 

IVA.46 Philosophy and Spirituality across Cultures and Civilizations: Russian Philosophical Studies, VII. Nur Kirabaev, Yuriy Pochta and Ruzana Pskhu, eds. ISBN 9781565182820 (paper). 2014.

 

IVA.47 Values of the Human Person Contemporary Challenges: Romanian Philosophical Studies, VIII. Mihaela Pop, ed. ISBN 9781565182844 (paper). 2014.

 

IVA.48 Faith and Secularization: A Romanian Narrative: Romanian Philosophical Studies, IX. Wilhelm Dancă, ed. ISBN 9781565182929 (paper). 2014.

 

IVA.49 The Spirit: The Cry of the World: Polish Philosophical Studies, XII. Waclaw Hryniewicz. ISBN 9781565182943 (paper). 2014

 

IVA.50 Philosophy and Science in Cultures: East and West: Russian Philosophical Studies, VIII.Marietta T. Stepanyants, ed. ISBN 9781565182967 (paper).  2014/2015.

IVA.51 A Czech Perspective on Faith in a Secular Age: Czech Philosophical Studies V. Tomáš Halík and Pavel Hošek, eds. ISBN 9781565183001 (paper).  2014/2015.

IVA52 Dilemmas of the Catholic Church in Poland: Polish Philosophical Studies, XIII. Tadeusz Buksinski, ed. ISBN 9781565183025 (paper).  2014/2015.

IVA53 Secularization and Development of Religion in Modern Society: Polish Philosophical Studies, XIV. Leon Dyczewski, ed. ISBN 9781565183032 (paper).  2014/2015.

IVA54 Seekers or Dweller: The Social Character of Religion in Hungary: Hungarian Philosophical Studies, II. Zsuzsanna Bögre, ed. ISBN9781565183063 (paper). 2014/2015.

 

 

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