Alushta “Owl of Minerva”
Keywords:identity, the sacred, anti-essentialism, hermeneutics, deideologisation
Reflections on the paradigm shift in philosophizing in Ukraine at the end of the 80s, based on the authors' personal memories of participation in the Alushta Schools of Young Philosophers.
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