Dr hab. Anna Rossmanith
University of Warsaw
English abstract: The aim of this article is to present the relationship between pluralism, difference and dialogue as the foundation of an open society. The fundamental philosophical perspective of the study is centred around unique Levinas’ ethics. According to Levinas, we can see a difference as a creative component of a community and therefore abandon the ontological notion of the world understood as a whole and totality. In the undertaken considerations, the author refers to categories such as polis, deliberative democracy and external morality of law.
Keywords: dialogue, political community, polis, pluralism, difference, communication, open society
Published: Number 1(30)/2022, pp. 91-99
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