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"[A] Positivist," wrote the novelist Bolesław Prus's friend, Julian Ochorowicz, was "anyone who bases assertions on verifiable evidence; who does not express himself categorically about doubtful things, and does not speak at all about those that are inaccessible." The twentieth century brought a new quickening to Polish philosophy.
There was growing interest in western philosophical currents.
Following consecutive growth in the home market, Polish Union of the Brewing Industry Employers (Związek Pracodawców Przemysłu Piwowarskiego), which represents approximately 90% of the Polish beer market, announced during the annual brewing industry conference that consumption of beer in 2008 rose to 94 litres per capita, or 35,624 million hectolitres sold on domestic market.
Statistically, a Polish consumer drinks some 92 litres of beer a year, which places it a third behind Germany.
Polish philosophy drew upon the broader currents of European philosophy, and in turn contributed to their growth.
Also, Susz is type of kompot made with dried fruits, most commonly apples, apricots, figs. Among holiday meals, there is a traditional Christmas Eve supper called Wigilia.
Another special occasion is Fat Thursday ("Tłusty Czwartek"), a Catholic feast celebrated on the last Thursday before the Lent.
These factors have contributed to the versatile nature of Polish art, with all its complex nuances.
Cultural history of Poland can be traced back to the Middle Ages.