The Alushta schools as a phenomenon of Ukrainian philosophical thought at the turn of the 20th-21st centuries

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https://doi.org/10.31649/sent42.02.151

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post-totalitarian society, sixtiers, critical thinking, spectrum metaphor

Abstract

Materials of the discussion about informal philosophical schools held in Alushta (1987–1989, 1991, 1993). The context of the Ukrainian SSR in the 1980s and the impact of Schools on Ukrainian philosophy during the period of independence are analyzed.

Author Biographies

Natalia Viatkina, Hr. Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy, NAS of Ukraine

PhD, Senior Researcher

Tetiana Gardashuk, Hr. Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy, NAS of Ukraine

Doctor of Sciences in Philosophy, head of the Department of Logic and Methodology of Science

Kostiantyn Maleiev, Hr. Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy, NAS of Ukraine

Junior researcher

Myhailo Marchuk

Doctor of Sciences in Philosophy, Professor

Sergii Proleiev, Hr. Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy, NAS of Ukraine

Doctor of Sciences in Philosophy, Professor, Head of the Department of Philosophy of Culture, Ethics and Aesthetics

Halyna Orendarchuk, State University of Telecommunications (Kyiv)

Ph. D. in Philosophy, Associative Professor of the Department of Public Administration

Maryna Stoliar, National T.G. Shevchenko University “Chernihiv Colleguim”

Doctor of Sciences in Philosophy, Head of the Chair of Philosophy and Cultural Studies

References

Grabovskyi, S. (2015, April 9). School of Myroslav Popovych. Day, (63). https://m.day.kyiv.ua/uk/article/kultura/shkola-myroslava-popovycha

Stolyar, M. (2010). Religion of Soviet civilization. Kyiv: Stylos.

Vyatkina, N. (2010). A word about Georgia, or Travels of dilettantes. Filosofska dumka, (4), 50-55. https://journal.philosophy.ua/article/nid7315

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2023-08-29

How to Cite

Viatkina, N., Gardashuk, T., Maleiev, K., Marchuk, M., Proleiev, S., Orendarchuk, H., & Stoliar, M. (2023). The Alushta schools as a phenomenon of Ukrainian philosophical thought at the turn of the 20th-21st centuries. Sententiae, 42(2), 151–167. https://doi.org/10.31649/sent42.02.151

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