|Thinking Critically: What Does It Mean?|
The Tradition of Philosophical Criticism and Its Forms in the European History of Ideas
Kubok, Dariusz (Hg)
2017, 304 S, Gb, (Gruyter)
Critical thinking is considered a basic theoretical requirement. But what is critical thinking? Studies conducted from both historical and problem-oriented perspectives shed light on the essence, meanings, and forms of philosophical criticism in the European tradition from antiquity to modern times and retrace its significance in the fields of epistemology, philosophy of politics, aesthetics, methodology, and cultural theory, among others.