Does the change have to be revolutionary? August Cieszkowski’s philosophy of future
Palabras clave : 
Social change
Religion
Revolution
Future
Young Hegelians
George Hegel
August Cieszkowski
Fecha de publicación: 
2015
Editorial : 
Universidad Nicolás Copérnico de Torun
ISSN: 
2300-7648
Cita: 
Lisiecki, Marcin. “Does the change have to be revolutionary? August Cieszkowski’s philosophy of future”, Scientia et Fides, Vol. 3, n. 1, 2014, pp.213-226.
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The main purpose of this article is analysis of question of future in philosophy of August Cieszkowski. Amog Polish philosophers Cieszkowski was one of the most important thinker, who creatively developed the philosophy of George Hegel, added new question, such as “future”. For clarity of analysis the essay is divided into two parts. The first part is connected with problem of future in Cieszkowski’s philosophy with references to social and religious fields. The second one included analysis of relations between social and religious changes and revolution.

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