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Title: Skąd przychodzi wina? Aksjologiczne i dialogiczne źródła zawinienia
Other Titles: Where the Guilt Comes from? The Axiological and Dialogical Sources of Fault
Authors: Wieczorek, Krzysztof
Keywords: culpability
sphere of the between
pollution with guilt
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, Wydział Teologiczny
Citation: Filozofia chrześcijańska, 2012, tom 9, s. 23-38
Abstract: The article searches for the sources of guilt. It evokes Nietzsche’s notion of guilt as a derivative of unpaid mercantile debts. In opposition to this is Buber’s socio-divine origin of fault. J. Tischner and J. Hołówka are also cited; they ascribe to guilt an objective status. There is an im- portant distinction between guilt and reconciliation, as well as a description of the possible con- tamination by guilt. The article also deals with Jasper’s call to accept one’s own fault, otherwise there is a risk of trivialisation of life. The source of fault lies in relations between people and in the „point of holiness” mentioned by M. Blondel.
ISSN: 1734-4530
Appears in Collections:Filozofia Chrześcijańska, 2012, tom 9

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