„Civitas mensura” – obywatel miarą wszechrzeczy. Emancypacyjny i upodmiotawiający wymiar obywatelskiego humanizmu

Filozofia Publiczna i Edukacja Demokratyczna

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Title „Civitas mensura” – obywatel miarą wszechrzeczy. Emancypacyjny i upodmiotawiający wymiar obywatelskiego humanizmu
Civitas mensura – the citizen as the measure of all things. Emancipatory and empowering dimension of the civic humanism
 
Creator Juchacz, Piotr W.
 
Subject humanism
critical citizens
deliberative democracy
citizens participation
civic humanism
humanism
critical citizens
deliberative democracy
citizens participation
civic humanism
 
Description The consideration of emancipatory and empowering dimension of civic humanism is the chief concern of the article. In the first part there are recalled classical Protagorean sources of European humanism with a special attention to its civic dimension. In the second part I analyse points 3 and 4 of The Amsterdam Declaration 2002 dedicated to the democratic political system. In the last part I propose and develop a thesis that co-participation of citizens in exercising of all three powers in deliberative democratic system – the legislative power (participation in the law-making processes), the executive (participation in creation and realisation of public policies) and the judicial (participation in the system of exercising justice as lay judges) - constitutes the foundation of contemporary humanism as civic activity.
The consideration of emancipatory and empowering dimension of civic humanism is the chief concern of the article. In the first part there are recalled classical Protagorean sources of European humanism with a special attention to its civic dimension. In the second part I analyse points 3 and 4 of The Amsterdam Declaration 2002 dedicated to the democratic political system. In the last part I propose and develop a thesis that co-participation of citizens in exercising of all three powers in deliberative democratic system – the legislative power (participation in the law-making processes), the executive (participation in creation and realisation of public policies) and the judicial (participation in the system of exercising justice as lay judges) - constitutes the foundation of contemporary humanism as civic activity.
 
Publisher Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan
 
Date 2017-06-15
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
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Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://pressto.amu.edu.pl/index.php/fped/article/view/12323
10.14746/fped.2017.6.1.6
 
Source Filozofia Publiczna i Edukacja Demokratyczna; Tom 6 Nr 1 (2017): Człowiek a problem humanizmu; 97-108
Public Philosophy & Democratic Education; Vol. 6 No. 1 (2017): The Human and a Poroblem of Humanism; 97-108
2299-1875
 
Language pol
 
Relation http://pressto.amu.edu.pl/index.php/fped/article/view/12323/12188
 

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