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Aletheia, an international yearbook of philosophy, is devoted to the systematic inquiry into the central themes of Western philosophy, such as the nature and kinds of knowledge, the foundations of morality, the nature of substance, of causality, value, the person, beauty, and religion. The yearbook seeks to continue the philosophical tradition of the early phenomenological realists (e.g. the early Husserl, Adolf Reinach, Alexander Pfänder, Max Scheler, Roman Ingarden, and Dietrich von Hildebrand) who, in opposing historicism and Kantianism, turned «back to things themselves». In overcoming the relativization of truth and being to individual minds, to language, economic or historical processes, or to transcendental consciousness, Aletheia seeks to provide a phenomenological foundation for classical realism.
Aletheia also maintains a close and vital relationship with the Polish school of personalism and ethics (e.g. Roman Ingarden, Tadeusz Styczen, and Karol Wojtyla), and it is hoped that the relatively recent interest of analytic philosophers in the work of Husserl, Reinach, Ingarden and others will provide new opportunities for exchange.