Intellect, law and justice

  • Philip Reynaud
Keywords: global institutions, objective mind, law, architectonical character of policy


The author upholds the thought that the human’s being “under guidance of numerous things”, the diversity of spheres of human activities as if gives cause for objecting the architectonic character of politics. However it is the diversity of spheres in each society, in the author’s opinion, that is a result of the global institution of the society which gives every reason for the recognition of the architectonic role of politics, as well as the complex unity under the name of the objective mind. The present distribution of market in the social sphere nourishes individualistic comprehension of human rights. Thus, the philosopher concludes, the objective mind is anxious of modern subjectivism and individualism as never before.

How to Cite
Reynaud, P. (2017). Intellect, law and justice. Filosofska Dumka, (2), 93-102. Retrieved from

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