History of Ukrainian philosophy as a sphere of research and academic discipline in 1950-2000

Authors

  • Serhii Yosypenko Skovoroda’s Institute of Philosophy, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • Olena Vdovina Skovoroda’s Institute of Philosophy, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • Mykola Symchych Skovoroda’s Institute of Philosophy, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7826-3471

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https://doi.org/10.22240/sent25.02.108

Abstract

The authors of the article tried to consider the researches on the history of Ukrainian philosophy conducted in Ukraine in 1950-2000 as primarily an academic discipline. The development of this discipline was influenced by both institutional and extra-institutional (mainly ideological) factors. To distinguish which factors dominated in different periods the authors carried out a content analysis of publications (monographs, academic and popular articles, dissertations) which were published at that time. The unit of the analysis was the title of a publication. As a result of this study, there were distinguished four pe-riods of the development of this academic discipline: 1) 1950-1968, 2) 1969-1972, 3) 1973-1990, 4) 1991-2000. Each of these periods is characterized by different publica-tion intensity and the domination of different topics.

Author Biographies

Serhii Yosypenko, Skovoroda’s Institute of Philosophy, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Doctor of sciences in philosophy, head of the Department of the History of Ukrainian Philosophy

Olena Vdovina, Skovoroda’s Institute of Philosophy, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

PhD in philosophy, research fellow of the Department of the History of Ukrainian Philosophy

Mykola Symchych, Skovoroda’s Institute of Philosophy, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

PhD in philosophy, research fellow of the Department of the History of Ukrainian Philosophy

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2011-12-16

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Yosypenko, S., Vdovina, O., & Symchych, M. (2011). History of Ukrainian philosophy as a sphere of research and academic discipline in 1950-2000. Sententiae, 25(2), 108–119. https://doi.org/10.22240/sent25.02.108

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