A note on some Armenian philosophers

Studies in East European Thought 13 (3-4):251-264 (1973)
Abstract
Possessed of a long and honorable philosophical tradition of its own, Soviet Armenia provides an unequalled opportunity for examining the attempt to reconcile the new Soviet culture with long-standing cultural values. Unfortunately, a thorough examination of available sources provides no unambiguous conclusion. Some contemporary Armenian philosophers do manage to imbue their work with a definitely national stamp. On the other hand, Soviet Armenia — like other areas of the Soviet Union — has its share of centralists. However, what is most interesting is that their existential situation has led them to fruitful pursuit of a philosophical elaboration of problems of culture.
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