Subjective view of Ukrainian philosophy (Conversation with Xenija Zborovska, Amina Khelufi and Vsevolod Khoma)
Keywords:Ukrainian philosophy of the second half of 20-th century, Institute of Philosophy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, ideology.
AbstractInterview with Doctor of Sciences in Philosophy Yevgen Golovakha
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