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[Nervous system plasticity in the recovery of patients after cerebrovascular stroke].
Plasticity is a very important characteristic of the nervous system structures, due to which it alliterates the functioning way, recompenses deranged function and adapts to new conditions caused byExpand
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Practical implications of 'postmodern philosophy'
The article examines the implications of the discourse about postmodernity. Postmodernity is analyzed as a complex discursive figure. Within the discourse about postmodernity three levels areExpand
[Correlation of comprehensive diagnosis and functional results after cerebrovascular stroke].
Cerebrovascular insult is a focal neurological disorder with sudden onset and fast development caused by pathological changes of the blood vessel and accompanied by functional disorder which requiresExpand
Enlightenment: The crisis and transformation of the concept
The subject of the paper is the crisis of the concept of enlightenment examined at three levels: polemic-rhetorical, historical-descriptive, and philosophical-normative. The author argues that theExpand
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Prosvetiteljstvo: kriza i preobražaj pojma
[Importance of self-assessment of functional and communication abilities on the outcome of rehabilitation in patients with hemiplegia after cerebrovascular stroke].
INTRODUCTION Cerebrovascular insult causes focal damage of the central nervous system structures consequently causing loss or disturbance of their functions. Motor deficit is often associated withExpand
The philosophical politics of J. F. Lyotard, or reflexive writing as a form of disengagement
The subject of this paper are the implications of Lyotard's critique of the intellectual as a public actor. It is shown that Lyotard's critique of politics results in a rejection of political theory,Expand
Ethics of the humanitarian intervention
Philosophiam profiteri or on Derrida's "declarative engagement"
In this paper the author reconstructs the meaning of Derrida's concept of "declarative engagement". He shows that Derrida revives the modern idea of the "engaged intellectual" and even develops it inExpand