Modern analytic philosophy: historical origins and prospects of development. (Based on the materials of the 11th International Congress of the Society for Analytical Philosophy, September 12-15, 2022, Berlin, Germany)
Keywords:philosophy and society, epistemic responsibility, philosophy and war in Ukraine
Review of materials of the 11th International Congress of the German Society for Analytical Philosophy, as well as the latest trends in the development of analytical research.
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