Articles

Number 1/2001

Czesław Stanisław Bartnik
Why personalism?
Borden Parker Bowne
The failure of impersonalism
Bogumił Gacka
A presentation of personalism
John Henry Newman
The influence of natural and revealed religion respectively
Karol Wojtyła
A human being is a person
Czesław Stanisław Bartnik
“The Person” in the Holy Trinity
Ralph Tyler Flewelling
Creative personality
Walt Whitman
Personalism
Number 1/2001

Number 2/2002

Jan Paweł II
The Mount of the Beatitudes
Stefan Kardynał Wyszyński
In defence of those persons not yet born
Teresa Kaczmarek
The hour of the nations
Zbigniew Banaczek
A human person before birth
Czesław Stanisław Bartnik
Universalistic personalism
Stanisław Kowalczyk
Democracy and the neutral ethical stance of the state
Gabriela Gacka
Whitman
Walt Whitman
Democracy
Number 2/2002

Number 3/2002

Antoni Papużyński
Siberyak’s cross
Friedrich Daniel Schleiermacher
The first use of the word personalism
Thomas Buford
Classical American personalism
Czesław Stanisław Bartnik
On nation personalisticly
Karol Wojtyła
The catechumenate of the twentieth century
Bogumił Gacka
Personalistic Education
Józef Jarzębowski
The church as educator
Piotr Socha
Child – a person worthy to be educated
Number 3/2002

Number 4/2003

Martin Luter King Junior
Personalism
Karol Wojtyła
Subjectivity and the irreducible in man
Marian Maciejewski
Literature in the light of Kerygma
Czesław Stanisław Bartnik
The human person and the Universe
Łukasz Cybuch
Person and Cosmos
Nir Eisikovits
The corporation is not a person
L. Harold DeWolf
Personalism in the history of philosophy
Adam Siomak
Bowne’s personalistic system
Number 4/2003

Number 5/2003

Charles Renouvier
Personalism
Karol Wojtyła
The Person: Subject and Community
Wojciech Kaczmarek
Karol Wojtyła’s Personalistic Theater
Edward Ozorowski
Personalism of Knighthood
Czesław Stanisław Bartnik
Personalistic Ontology
Jacek Salij
The Ontic Status of the Human Embryo
Robert Skrzypczak
Personalist Missionary Ecclesiology
Number 5/2003

Number 6/2004

Walter George Muelder
Personalism
Stanisław Kurlandzki
Max Scheler's Personalism
Ralph Tyler Flewelling
Studies in American Personalism
Karol Wojtyła
Thomist Personalism
Czesław Stanisław Bartnik
Personalization of the Church according to Cardinal Karol Wojtyła
Jerzy Pałucki
The Concept of Person in the Church of the First Centuries
Jan Krynicki
William Stern's Personalism
Number 6/2004

Number 7/2004

Stefan Cardinal Wyszyński
Address of Polish Bishops to Their German Brothers in the Pastoral Office of Christ
Marek Gacka
Presentation of the Person of the Primate of the Millennium
Stefan Kardynał Wyszyński
Non possumus
Karol Wojtyła
Subjectivity and subjectivism
Czesław Stanisław Bartnik
Social personalism of cardinal Stefan Wyszyński
Bogumił Gacka
Personalism of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Jadwiga Sebesta
Personalism of Kazimierz Dąbrowski and Antoni Kępiński
Mirosław Kowalczyk
Personal dimension of the reality of nation
Number 7/2004

Number 8/2005

John Paul II
From the Rigths of Human Persons to the Rights of Nations
John Paul II
Magisterium Eccleasiae on Evolution
Saint Gregory the Great
The Notion of the Angelic Person
Joseph Ratzinger
The Significance of Person in Theology
Czesław Stanisław Bartnik
From the Dignity of a Person to the Dignity of a Nation
Bogumił Gacka
Itinerancy '84
Robert Skrzypczak
Italian Personalism
Pavol Maćala
Personalism of the Slavs
Number 8/2005

Number 9/2005

Jan Paweł II
Modern Democracy
Prezydent Lech Wałęsa
The Role of Solidarity in Poland, Europe, and in the World
Egil Aarvik
The Nobel Peace Prize Presentation Speech
Danuta Wałęsa
The Nobel Peace Prize of Lech Wałęsa Acceptance Speech
Lech Wałęsa
Nobel Lecture
Bogumił Gacka
The Dignity of a Person and the Dignity of a Nation
Harold Oliver
Classic Boston Personalism
Lech Wałęsa
Congress Speech
Czesław Stanisław Bartnik
From Humanism to Personalism
Emmanuel Mounier
Personalism
Number 9/2005