Philosophy in post-communist europe

Metaphilosophy 25 (2-3):214-223 (1994)
Abstract
This book explores the richness of contemporary philosophical reflection in Eastern and Central Europe. Philosophers from Poland, Russia, the Czech Republic, and the United States discuss the status of democracy, nationalism, language, economics, education, women, and philosophy itself in the aftermath of communism. Fresh ideas are combined with renewed traditions as poignant problems are confronted
Keywords Philosophy, Modern
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ISBN(s) 9789042003583   9042003588
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