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  • Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe nr 2, 2009 (Liberty and virtue in America) (added: 2014-04-14) 

    Bryk, Andrzej; McClay, Wilfred M.; Delsol, Chantal; Kraynak, Robert; Bradley, Gerard; Smith, Rogers; Gamble, Richard; Zuckert, Michael; Lawler, Peter Augustine; Zuckert, Catherine; Blitz, Mark; Rabkin, Jeremy; Kubiak, Hieronim; Kristol, Irving (Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2009)
  • Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe nr 2, 2010 (Miscellanea Americana) (added: 2014-05-27) 

    Dębska, Marta; Bryk, Andrzej; du Vall, Marta; Brachowicz, Maciej; Kaczor, Wojciech; Musiewicz, Piotr; Marek, Rafał; Majorek, Marta; Szyjka, Beata; Zuckert, Catherine; Neuhaus, Richard John (Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2010)
    The present volume of Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe [Krakow International Studies] is as diverse as America is. Many of the problems discussed here seem from the European perspective – or at least the Western European ...
  • Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe nr 2, 2011 (The United States and religion) (added: 2014-06-12) 

    Bryk, Andrzej; Allitt, Patrick; Barr, Stephen; Blitz, Mark; Domaradzki, Spasimir; Hayes, John; Hayes, John; Izquierdo, David Lorenzo; Lazarski, Christopher; Leo, Leonard; Mansfield, Harvey C.; McClay, Wilfred M.; Mittleman, Alan; Młodzianowska, Marta; Uberman, Robert; Weigel, George; Zuckert, Catherine; Neuhaus, Richard (Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2011)
  • Leo Strauss: Fascist, authoritarian, imperialist? (added: 2019-04-29) 

    Zuckert, Catherine (Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2009)
    "In a letter he wrote to Karl Loewith on May 19, 1933 (just after the Nazis had come to power in Germany), Leo Strauss insisted in strong terms that he could not return to Germany so long as the Nazis were in power: I ...
  • Musings on mortality (added: 2019-04-17) 

    Zuckert, Catherine (Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2011)
    "Death is a pervasive fact of human existence that both unites and divides us. The rational capacity that distinguishes human beings from other animals allows us to know—in a way more instinctively regulated creatures ...