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    Medieval Encyclopedia as a Form of of Religious Worldview Universalization.Alla Aristova - 2021 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 92:42-63.
    The article actualizes the significance of scholastic encyclopedias for the religious and secular culture of medieval Europe. Their role as a compendium of accumulated knowledge and at the same time ideological synthesis of Christian religious doctrine and scientific achievements, ancient and scholastic traditions, university, and church-monastery intellectual culture is shown. The main attention is paid to the multi-volume Vincent of Beauvais’ work «Speculum Maius» as the most significant work among medieval encyclopedias and its conceptual completion. The extraordinary role of the (...)
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  2. The History of Ukrainian Association of Researchers of Religion to the 25th Anniversary of Establising.Viktoriia Borodina & Ihor Kozlovskyi - 2021 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 92:166-175.
    In this issue, the founder of the Donetsk regional branch of the Ukrainian Association of Religious Studies, theologian, candidate of historical sciences, senior researcher of the Department of Religious Studies of the GS Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, President of the Center for Religious Studies member of the Expert Council on Freedom of Conscience and Religious Organizations under the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine, member of the Strategic Council under the Minister of Culture (...)
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    Religious Tourism: Relevance for Post-Pandemic Ukraine.Olga Borysova - 2021 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 92:139-165.
    The article is a presentation and analysis of the main provisions of 16 works of the world's leading experts on religious tourism and pilgrimage, published in a special issue of the International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage. 2020. Vol.8. This special issue was dedicated to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on religious tourism, and in particular pilgrimage, in the world. Religious tourism has a strong socio-cultural potential and demand - it is the value status of any person who (...)
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  4. Orthodox Arrangement of the Pochaiv Lavra in the Second Third of the XIX Century.Ella Volodymyrivna Bystrytska - 2021 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 92:13-41.
    : A series of imperial decrees of the 1820s ordering the establishment of a Greco-Uniate Theological Collegium and appropriate consistories contributed to the spread of the autocratic synodal system of government and the establishment of control over Greek Uniate church institutions in the annexed territories of Right-Bank Ukraine. As a result, the Greco-Uniate Church was put on hold in favor of the government's favorable grounds for the rapid localization of its activities. Basilian accusations of supporting the Polish November Uprising of (...)
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    Authors #92.Liudmyla O. Fylypovych - 2021 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 92:210-215.
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    Youth Religious Identity.Iryna Klimuk & Sofia Kliots - 2021 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 92:117-138.
    . The article examines the specifics of the formation of the religious identity of schoolchildren in Lutsk and identifies the main factors influencing this process. The main approaches in defining the concept of religious identity are analyzed. The focus is on ontological, psychological, revealing the individual level of religious identity and sociological approaches, which are represented by confessional and institutional religious identity. Emphasis is placed on the use of a constructivist approach to understanding religious identity through the prism of the (...)
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  7. Nature and Manifestations of Ukrainian Religious Plurality.Anatolii Kolodnyi - 2021 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 92:89-116.
    The article reveals the nature and manifestations of Ukrainian religious pluralism. Despite the constant interest in the topic - the plurality of religious life in Ukraine, science has not yet clarified the causes and roots of this phenomenon. The author analyzes the historical, psychological, socio-political factors that caused the religious diversity of Ukraine. The presence of many religious traditions within one ethnic and state territory promotes tolerant relations between bearers of different religious beliefs. Ukraine's religious plurality distinguishes Ukrainians from other (...)
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  8. Introductory Remarks by the Editor-in-Chief.Anatolii Kolodnyi - 2021 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 92:9-12.
    Introductory remarks by the editor-in-chief.
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  9. Title Page.Editorial Board Of the Journal - 2021 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 92.
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  10. Table of Contents.Editorial Board Of the Journal - 2021 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 92.
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    Review of the Individual Monograph of Anatoliy Kolodnyi "The Phenomenon of Religious Studies". [REVIEW]Pavlo Pavlenko - 2021 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 92:176-183.
    PhD in Religious Studies Pavlo Pavlenko draws attention of the readership to the next individual monograph of prof. Anatoliy Kolodnyi named “The Phenomenon of Religious Studies”. Below we published his review of this book.
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  12. Review for a Monograph "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in its History and Today " by Professors A. Kolodnyi and L. Fylypovychch.Vita Tytarenko - 2021 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 92:184-186.
    The review reviews the monograph "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in its history and present" by Professors A. Kolodnyi and L.Fylypovych.
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    "Temple Complexes" in the Religious Life of the Trypillia Community.Oleksandr Ivanovich Zavalii - 2021 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 92:64-88.
    In the period 4800-3600 BC. in the eastern part of the Trypillia area arose "giant settlements" or "megasites" / "mega-settlements" with thousands of buildings. In the central parts of these living conglomerates, scientists found special buildings that were recognized as sanctuaries, sacred complexes or temples. In the late period of the Trypillia culture they disappeared. These religious buildings were built with a focus visible processes of celestial bodies and the laws of cyclic rotation of the Earth in space, and included (...)
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