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Philosophical Aspects of Collaboration During World War II

Filozofické aspekty kolaborace za druhé světové války

Václav Velčovský

E-LOGOS, 2020, vol. 2020, issue 2, 24-33

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to interpret collaboration during the World War II as a phenomenon. The first part of the text is focused mainly on its philosophical aspects (concepts of limit, interaction and guilt), mainly on the basis of Jaspers, in the second, they are applied to the Czech context of the World War II and the transitional justice. The scheme of collaboration will be created, respectively the collaboration is put among other life strategies. Thanks to this interconnection, the paper might provide an interdisciplinary view of the issue. Given the current developments in the world and in Europe, the issue is certainly not out of date.

Keywords: Collaboration; guilt; morality; punishment; World War II; protectorate; Kolaborace; vina; morálka; trest; druhá světová válka; protektorát (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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DOI: 10.18267/j.e-logos.478

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