NKUA Applied Philosophy Research Lab Press

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The NKUA Applied Philosophy Research Lab Press was established in 2018 as a part of the NKUoA Applied Philosophy Research Laboratory. The Press publishes titles from all fields and areas of philosophical research and inquiry. The Press’s publishing program encompasses authored and edited volumes, book series, conference proceedings and philosophical journals both in print and electronic format. The Press has partnered with National Documentation Center for its electronic publications. The Press currently publishes the international biannual open access peer reviewed philosophical journal Conatus – Journal of Philosophy, as well as The Hellenic-Serbian Philosophical Dialogue Series, a series of edited volumes published annually on various areas and fields of philosophical research in collaboration with the Department of Philsophy, University of Novi Sad, Republic of Serbia. The Press's plans for the immediate future include the translation of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics Case Book Series in Greek, by virtue of an agreement with the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics (Haifa).

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This Press provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public contributes to global knowledge exchange. We encourage authors to deposit their original research published with the Press, monographs, edited volumes, translations, as well as data underlying the publications, in institutional and/or other appropriate subject repositories. The NKUA Applied Philosophy Research Lab Press is fully committed to the open access policy agenda. All research material (including journal articles, conference proceedings, book chapters and similar material), where copyright allows, should be made available in an open access form upon publication, under a CC BY license.

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Thinking in Action

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Book Series: Hellenic-Serbian Philosophical Dialogue Series ISSN: 2623-3568 / 2623-3576 ISBN: 9786188372900 9786188372917 Year: Volume: 1 Pages: 138 DOI: https://doi.org/10.12681/aprlp.16 Language: English
Publisher: NKUA Applied Philosophy Research Lab Press
Subject: Philosophy
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Abstract

Action can only be spontaneous and impulsive if not guided by contemplation; contemplation, on the other hand, may only be luxurious playfulness if not either purposed - or suitable - to motivate action. This volume seeks to prove what may seem self-evident to common sense, but adhering to common sense is never pointless nor excessive. Next to this, Thinking in Action is the offspring of friendship, respect and commitment between two academic communities, the Hellenic and the Serbian philosophical communities, that admittedly have a lot in common, especially with regard to philosophy, and hopefully as many differences as needed in order to secure a long-lasting and fertile exchange of ideas; it is also the natural-born child of necessity: philosophy is about argumentation, debate and confrontation. Thinking in Action inaugurates Hellenic-Serbian Philosophical Dialogue Series that entertains no hesitation in being as ambitious as any philosophical series could be: it seeks to establish a permanent, wide and rich channel of fruitful philosophical interaction between the two philosophical communities. Having high aspirations is one thing; meeting these aspirations as well as the expectations of the reader is a totally different one. We wish Thinking in Action, the first volume of the Hellenic-Serbian Philosophical Dialogue Series, apart from being the initial step of a long journey, will also be a fascinating one to the reader.

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