Copy
December 31, 2015
View this email in your browser

Journal of Polian Studies

The Leonardo Polo Institute of Philosophy is happy to announce the publication of the second issue its new Journal of Polian Studies. The Journal, which is published in English, seeks to encourage scientific cooperation and communication between researchers and academics concerning important themes of anthropology, metaphysics, and theory of knowledge. It focuses on and is inspired by Leonardo Polo’s profound, wide-ranging and original philosophical proposals.

Copies of the second issue of the Journal can be purchased here.

CONTENTS:
Human Feelings by Leonardo Polo

Man as a Dualizing Beeing: The Anthropological Foundations of Economic Activity by Jesús Ignacio Falgueras Salinas & Ignacio Falgueras Sorauren University of Malaga)

Person and Culture in Leonardo Polo's Anthropology by John Branya (Strathmore University)

Making Sense of the Claim thet Beauty is Knowledge by Paul Dumol (University of Asia and the Pacific)

The Unity of Biological System in Polo's Philosophy by Juan José Sanguineti (Pontifical University of the Holy Cross)

Leonardo Polo's Integrative Dynamic as a Philosophical Framework for Understanding Neuroscience by José Victor Oron Semper (University of Navarra)

Surprised by Polo by Alvino-Mario Fantini (Leiden University)

Polo's Challenge to Biologists in his Introduction to Philosophy by Daan van Schalkwijk (Amsterdam University College)

Ethics, Engineering and the Instrumental Plexus: an Analysis of Engineering in Light of Leonardo Polo's Philosophy of Work by James Herrick (University of Notre Dame)

For more information on the Journal, please visit our website.

Copyright © 2015 Leonardo Polo Institute of Philosophy, All rights reserved.


unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences 

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp