Commentary of Engliš's Critique of Jindřich Zelený
Komentář k Englišově kritice Jindřicha Zeleného
E-LOGOS, 2017, vol. 2017, issue 2, 45-60
An extensive masterpiece containing Karel Engliš's life-long work not only in the field of cognition theory represents an unpublished manuscript called The Great Logic. One of the results of the effort for its gradual publication is now published transcript of Engliš's study "Zeleny's critique of my teleology". The transcript of the part of the manuscript is provided with author's explanatory notes and with additional explaining notes. Engliš had to deal with the critique of his teleological approach, which he preferred in economic science, as he had to defend his three-way division of thought (ontological, teleological and normological). It is precisely Engliš's defense of the order of thought that makes it possible to show its originality in the axiological field.
Keywords: teleological order of thought; Jindrich Zeleny; term of need; teleologický myšlenkový řád; Jindřich Zelený; pojem potřeby (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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