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Nesubstančná ontológia v konflikte civilizácií

In: Studia Politica Slovaca, vol. 11, no. 1
Jozef Lysý


Year, pages: 2018, 5 - 19
non-substantial ontology; artificial intelligence; holistic thinking; consolation from politics
About article:
Bondy deconstructs three illusions. The first illusion is the notion that salvation comes through history. However, there is no going back for history, especially with regard to privatising individuals, whose values are mostly anchored in consumerism. The second illusion is that the Soviet Union is an alternative to capitalism; the third illusion concerns Euro-centricism itself. Thus, Bondy permanently demythologizes and destroys illusions; in Bondy‘s radical reflection, this takes place through ontology. We may add, through non-substantial, i.e., revolutionary ontology.
How to cite:
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Lysý, J. 2018. Nesubstančná ontológia v konflikte civilizácií. In Studia Politica Slovaca, vol. 11, no.1, pp. 5-19. 1337-8163.

Lysý, J. (2018). Nesubstančná ontológia v konflikte civilizácií. Studia Politica Slovaca, 11(1), 5-19. 1337-8163.