Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought)

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    Information Warfare in Terms of Communication Theory: Attempted Analysis.Yelyzaveta Borysenko - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 4:21-38.
    The modern information age brings changes to all phenomena of human life. For example, the natu re of wars change. They are transferred from the actual battlefield to the information space, i.e. they become hybrid. The winner is the one whose narrative becomes dominant in the global information space. The Russian-Ukrainian war is a vivid example of the latest confrontation. It takes place between two absolutely opposite positions, a compromise between which is impossible. This conflict is deeply existential, because Russia (...)
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    Democracy as Ambitendent Phenomenon: Problems of National and Social Solidarity.Anton Finko - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 4:39-55.
    The article’s intellectual core resides in the examination of social phenomena through the lenses of ambivalence and ambitemptiness. Democracy is conceived through the cultivation of the ideal of national solidarity within the framework of the “indivisible and unified nation” and revolution — values which, according to B. Anderson, individuals do not choose of their own volition. Nevertheless, it functions by virtue of structures that are freely chosen by individuals, specifically political parties and civil society organisations, among which trade unions assume (...)
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    European Vector of Hryhorii Skovoroda’s PHilosophy: Resonance of Media Transformations in XVIII century.Mariia Kultaieva - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 4:103-124.
    The article proposes the consideration of Skovoroda’s philosophical heritage in the complex contexts of the European philosophical thought in its historical dimension. This complexity was caused through the secular tendency of the Enlightenment ideology with its explanation patterns for human being and social life. The mediological method developed of R. Debray and A. Koschorke is used for analyzing of Skovoroda’s attitudes towards the Enlightenment innovations in cultural and political life. The contemporary narratives of the First, the Second and the Third (...)
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    Democracy and Civic Space: Normative Models and Ukrainian Discourse.Olena Lazorenko & Agnieszka Kwiatkowska - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 4:71-102.
    The article, authored by Ukrainian and Polish social researchers, analyses normative approaches towards understanding models of democracy and their relation to civic space. Despite the existence of multiple models of democracy, they can largely be reduced to two main forms: direct and representative democracy. Deliberative democracy is posited as a third form, which, according to some scientists, combines elements of representative, direct, and participatory democracy. The analysis is based on the assessment of democracy and civic space in Ukraine, utilising data (...)
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    Karl Jaspers’ Сritique of Existentialism. Philosophy of Existence and Existentialism.Larysa Mandryshchuk - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 4:125-137.
    In a non-German-speaking environment is Jaspers sometimes mistakenly called as an existentialist. But Jaspers saw himself as a philosopher of existence, and he sharply criticized existentialism. This error arose because of confusion in the translations of the names Existenzphilosophie and Existentialismus from German into other languages. The difference between these terms was actively discussed immediately after Sartre’s lecture on humanism, in which Sartre, as he thought, announced a new direction in philosophy — existentialism (Existentialisme), to which he also included Jaspers (...)
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    War as a Devaluation of Values in the Global World.Viktoria Shamrai - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 4:5-20.
    The article is devoted to transformations and the crisis of values in a global world. The genealogy of values is traced as a way of existence and justification of normativity characteristic of modernity. In this context, value is compared with cost. Both the first and second are reductions inherent in the modern way of human existence. Value personifies the reduction of the complex, heterogeneous, qualitatively diverse world of external goods of pre-industrial society to a single denominator of abstract labor. Same, (...)
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    Modernization Concept and Social Imagination: Methodological Notes.Svitlana Shcherbak - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 4:56-70.
    Since its inception, the theory of modernization has undergone so many transformations that it makes sense to speak of a «modernization discourse» rather than a theory and to consider the concept itself from the point of view of social epistemology in conjunction with social imagination. This paper is devoted to substantiating this approach. The concept of modernization is interesting in this regard because it contains not only hermeneutic but also prescriptive elements: by placing society in a broader historical framework of (...)
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    The Structural Narrative Analysis in Application: The Case of Meaning Explication.Olena Verbivska - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 4:138-148.
    This paper scrutinizes the topic of meaning manifestation and signification made known by the act of interpretation, which amounts to finding the organising principles of a text and rules of combination. The language of narrativity is a set of generational and transformational instances disguising textual content and initiating interpretation as such. The paper discusses the levels of description which assist in tackling the concept of change, or difference in degrees, as the result of both the artificial operation of rewriting the (...)
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    “WE MAKE RELIGION”: WHY IS RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE SO IMPORTANT TODAY? Viktoriia Yakusha interview with Jason Alvis.Viktoriia Yakusha & Jason Alvis - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 4:149-160.
    The phenomenon of religious experience is of interest to modern researchers in the field of phenomenology and analytical philosophy abroad, but remains unpopular in Ukraine. The interview talks about why philosophy does not stop trying to explore such experiences, and raises the question of the relevance of religion in the age of secularization. Jason Alvis clarifies some points of his project «phenomenology of inconspicuousness» and shares an unpopular view on the work of Martin Heidegger in general and on his concept (...)
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    Satire and its Metamorphosis in the Period of Antiquity.Daniella Bilohryva - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 3:159-172.
    The article considers the question of the study of satire in philosophy. The study found that satire is an underdeveloped topic in the field of Ukrainian philosophy and the philosophy of Englishspeaking countries. For instance, the works of the last five to six years by such philosophers as D. Ab rahams and D. Declercq, who echoed the opinion of C. W. Mendell concerning the close connection of satire with philosophy. In the work “Satire as Popular Philosophy” created at the be (...)
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    Five Kinds of Immortality.Andriy Bogachov - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 3:111-126.
    The author develops the idea that ancient Greek philosophy begins with attempts of the first theorists, especially Plato, to prove the immortality of the soul. For them, this meant, above all things, justifying that a person cannot escape moral responsibility or punishment for his wrongdoings. The author compares this kind of immortality, or this theory of immortality, to the ancient Greek concept of earthly immortality of the name. If a Greek had not achieved his glory in the creative realm of (...)
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    Phenomenology Studies at the Beginning of the 20Th Century: Polish and Ukrainian Soviet Contexts (to the 100Th Anniversary of the Publication of the Series of Articles by V. Yurynets “Edmund Husserl” (1922-1923). [REVIEW]Vlada Davidenko - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 3:130-149.
    The article presents a comparison of the interpretations of Edmund Husserl’s early philosophy, created in different local contexts: ones by Polish researchers (Kazimir Tvardovsky, Jan Luka sevich, Vladyslav Tatarkevych, Roman Ingarden, Aleksander Rozenblum-Augustowski) in the period 1895-1945, and Ukrainian philosopher Volodymyr Yurynets. This comparison takes place against the background of considering the differences in the conditions of the development of philosophy in pre-war and interwar Poland and the USSR. The author demonstrates the similarity of the readings of Husserl’s phenomenology by (...)
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    Decolonization of Ukrainian Culture: Vouk Policy or National Awakening?Olga Gomilko - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 3:49-58.
    The article is devoted to the decolonization of Ukrainian culture as an important factor of nation-building in the European perspective. At the same time, decolonization is a current trend in Western academic thought, which is embodied in social activism, in particular, in the wok movement and the culture of abolition. Postcolonial studies has become an intellectual battleground. These studies draw a new front line in the culture wars. Rethinking Western culture in light of its imperial expansionist past defines the goal (...)
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    Symphonic Compositions in the Literary and Epistolary Heritage of Hryhorii Skovoroda.Taras Kononenko - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 3:69-92.
    The article explores the phenomenon of symphonism in the written and other intellectual heritage of Hryhorii Skovoroda. The study reveals that the conclusion about systemic symphonismbeing a property of the thinker’s reflections can only be hypothetical at this stage. This is due tothe fact that the source base of the present study includes a significant number of diverse works by the philosopher that have not yet received a proper archaeographic description. The matter of archaeographic description of sources in the history (...)
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    Historical Narratives: Propaganda, War, Politics of Reconciliation.Svitlana Loznytsia - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 3:59-68.
    The article examines three dimensions of the interpretation of both historical and modern war events as they are perceived and undretstood at the level of official propaganda. First, it indicates that consequences of such propaganda are various manifestations of violence, and particular in many cases the emergence of repressive regimes and wars. Second, the article raises the issue of “politics of reconciliation”, the interpretive basis of which is a compromise reading of historical events by participants of conflicts or hostilities. Since (...)
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    Phenomenology of Dreaming: A Philosophical Sketch.Hanna Nivnia - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 3:150-158.
    The article focuses on justifying the relevance of a phenomenological approach to the study of dreams, as well as outlining directions for such research. The author views the experience gained by a person in a dream as something that can be brought into existentia.The article illustrates that although dreams cannot be the object of reflection in real time, they become a moment of consciousness when (and if) they remain in memory. Visually or emotionally vivid dreams can remain in a person’s (...)
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    The Knowledge Argument Against Materialism and the Strategy of Phenomenal Concepts.Dmytro Sepetyi - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 3:93-110.
    Materialism/physicalism that generally dominates in the contemporary analytic philosophy is challenged by fairly powerful anti-materialist arguments, notably the zombie argument (most influentially defended by David Chalmers) and the knowledge argument (the most widely discussed version of which was advanced and defended by Frank Jackson). These arguments highlight the explanatory gap from the physical (which, if materialism is true, should constitute everything that exists, including consciousness) to phenomenal mental states, the principal impossibility to explain the latter by the former, and from (...)
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    Plurality of Hryhorii Skovoroda`s philosophical practices in the modern reading.Mykhailo Boichenko - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 2:117-131.
    Hryhorii Skovoroda's philosophy is distinguished by a variety of interests and a combination of different genres of the embodiment of philosophical ideas. Skovoroda's philosophical views were reflected in his various life practices in different ways. And yet these different practices harmoniously support each other, ensuring the successful integral self-support of Hryhorii Skovoroda both as a philosopher and as a person. He highly valued the importance of practice for human improvement, but did not develop a special concept of practice of his (...)
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    To the ontology of war: why warfare but not peaceful negotiations.Yevhen Bystrytsky - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 2:74-98.
    The article is aimed at a philosophical study of the foundations/causes of war. Its background is a definition of the Russian-Ukrainian full-scale warfare as an irreconcilable existential conflict of the "Russian world" between the "Russian world" and the national world of Ukraine. Methodological specific of the article is reliance on the everydayness of a boundary situation of war to define the cultural world, as well as cultural identity as concepts that get existential meaning. Philosophy potential is used to clarify the (...)
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    Old and new differences: social (re)integration after the war.Volodymyr Fadieiev - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 2:99-116.
    This article examines the issues of social (re)integration in Ukraine, which were actualized during the Russian-Ukrainian war in 2014-2022. The first part of the article is devoted to the consideration of theoretical issues related to the conceptualization of social integration in the social sciences and the role of the state in reproducing social relations. The author assumes that during the last decades, ideas about the role of the state in these processes have changed significantly, which was caused by the departure (...)
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    The modern interpretation of happiness and its applicability to Ukraine.Tetiana Gardashuk - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 2:172-186.
    The article is dedicated to the analysis of modern approaches to the definition, conceptualization, and interpretation of happiness to outline the conditions of a happy life for Ukrainians (Ukrainian happiness). This is important for the development of a vision of a post-war future, the definition of the integral goal of post-war development, and the role of the policy of happiness in it. The article considers subjective and objective, internal and external conditions of happiness, including the dependence of happiness on both (...)
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    Hryhorii Skovoroda: syncretism-cordocentrism-wisdom.Ihor Karivets - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 2:144-152.
    The article defends the thesis that Skovoroda is a representative of syncretic culture and thinking, which combines philosophy, religion (faith), poetry (literature), theology into an unity. His universality, as a talented and comprehensively developed personality, also lies in this combining different sphere of a human activity. To combine all this, Skovoroda must be the bearer of syncretic thinking and perception of the world. But, such combination includes also philosophy and, therefore, subordinates it to spirituality. Skovoroda is a sage, who imparts (...)
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    Capabilities approach and the marxist interpretation of the political conception of justice. reflections on the after-war restoration of Ukraine.Vsevolod Khoma - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 2:187-199.
    Marxism as a normative position is critical of liberalism. However, the problems of justice and alienation that Marxism draws attention to can be solved by liberalism without the implementation of a Marxist political project. The purpose of the article is to substantiate the thesis that Martha Nussbaum's capabilities approach (one of the versions of political liberalism) is a more inclusive and rational method of theorizing about the basic principles of justice than Marxism. By analyzing Elizabeth Anderson's theory of liberal egalitarianism (...)
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    Skovoroda’s philosophy and calling of contemporary people.Yevhen Muliarchuk - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 2:132-143.
    The article is devoted to the analysis of understanding of calling in the works of Skovoroda and its significance for the world-views and life choices of contemporary people. The current crisis phenomena are explicated in the light of the points of Skovoroda’s philosophy on the disparity between material and spiritual dimensions of human existence, irrelevance of work, devaluation of self-knowledge, individualism, and consumerism. The result is spiritual slavery and inability of people to respond to the challenges of contemporaneity. According to (...)
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    Natural kinds and a posteriori necessities: Putnam pro Kripke, Putnam versus Kripke.Dmytro Sepetyi - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 2:159-171.
    Most contemporary analytic philosophers of language and mind accept the view that there is a wide class of terms, “natural kind terms”, which includes names of substances (the most common example is “water”), of species of animals, and of many other kinds of things in nature, whose meaning and reference is determined in the way explained by the theory developed in the 1970s by Saul Kripke and Hilary Putnam. The theory is often referred to as “the Kripke-Putnam theory” and is (...)
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    The religious and legal dimension of the russian war against Ukraine against the background of social and state transformations xx—xxi centuries.Oleg Buchma - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 1:45-58.
    The article defines the nature of the Russian war against Ukraine in the context of social and state transformations of the 20th — 21st centuries. It is emphasized that this is a war of different worlds, mentalities, worldviews, ways of life, values, etc., which has been going on for many centuries in various forms (direct and mediated, open and veiled, hot and cold). The role of the religious-legal factor in the Russian war against Ukraine at various stages of Ukrainian state (...)
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    Georges Bataille’s «inner experience»: public self-execution for the sake of communication.Yevheniia Butsykina - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 1:162-175.
    The paper outlines the theoretical and methodological complexity of the historical-philosophi- cal study of Georges Bataille’s literary and philosophical heritage, In: particular «Inner Expe- rience», one of his key works, which is about to be released in Ukrainian. To this end, I analyze the biographical and historical-philosophical contexts of writing «Inner Experience». I observe the main events of the thinker’s life, which led to the writing of this work and testify to Bataille’s opposition to the most common artistic movements of (...)
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    About the war in Ukraine: the price of democracy.Marc Crépon - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 1:131-147.
    The article analyzes the political motives of Ukrainian resistance to Russian invasion and aggression. First of all, it emphasizes the falsification of history by Russian propaganda, its use of history as a political instrument, the destruction of the traumatic memory of the recent imperial past and the glorification of the “glorious centuries-old” imperial history in modern Russia. This determines the difference in the structure of the historical memory of Russians and other former peoples of the empire, and the recent memory (...)
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    Contextualization as one of the main methodological approaches of religious studies research during the russian-ukrainian war.Liudmyla Fylypovych, Vita Tytarenko & Oksana Horkusha - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 1:7-25.
    The article proposes to deepen and expand the classical methodological approaches formulated at the beginning of the 21st century within the framework of academic religious studies. Based on the methodological works of the founder of modern Ukrainian religious studies, Prof. Kolodnyi, who first clearly defined the principles of the scientific study of religion, in particular objectivity, historicism, worldview neutrality, pluralism, etc., the authors justify the need for contextualization as one of the main methodological approaches in the study of current religious (...)
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    Terminological front: «ruskiy mir» («russian world/peace») in religious and confessional rhetoric (the science of religion perception of existential choice).Oksana Horkusha - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 1:26-44.
    The task of this article is to clarify the appropriateness and adequacy of peace-making (confessional) rhetoric in the situation of the war of aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, in particular, the meaningful correspondence of the concept of «peace» in its application or reading by the bearers of different worldview paradigms. The «russkii mir» cannot be translated either as «Russian peace» or as «Russian world». This is because the scope and content of these concepts are different. Rus (Kyiv`s Rus) (...)
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    Freedom of religion in Ukraine: challenges during the russian-ukrainian war.Anatolii Kolodnyi & Liudmyla Fylypovych - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 1:111-130.
    The article is updated by several circumstances, which the authors reflect on. In their opinion, there are 1) obvious and external threats — violations of freedom of conscience in the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories, including Crimea, which arose as a result of the Russian-Ukrainian war, and 2) internally hidden and potential dangers for freedom of religions of Ukrainian citizens. The well-known examples of discrimination of believers of certain faiths in the so-called DPR-LPR and Crimea given by the authors are constantly (...)
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    Religious dialogue as a factor of social stability: features and challenges in the context of modern ukrainian realities.Hanna Kulahina-Stadnichenko - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 1:97-110.
    The article explores the relationship between the dialogical way of existence of religion and social stability. The author argues that dialogue is becoming a way of existence of religion in societies with a high level of religious freedom. The author emphasizes constructive types of communication between religions, one of which is traditionally interreligious (interfaith) dialogue. The definition of religious dialogue as a broad communication phenomenon is considered, which, in particular, involves the interaction of not only religions with each other (interreligious, (...)
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    Philosophy of Engineering and Design (Technological) Actions.Anna Laktionova - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 1:148-161.
    We live in a world of technologies. Classical Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Technology, Episte- mology, etc. philosophical disciplines appear insufficient for valid reflections on today's world. The Philo- sophy of Engineering and Design (Technological) Actions is seen promising to become a fruitful field of philosophical reflections and is offered from the perspective of the Philosophy of Action and Agency (Practical Philosophy). The foundations of the latter are presented in Part II. In the Part I, the Phi- losophy of Engineering (...)
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    Criticism of the guidelines of cartesian philosophy by Ch. Pierce.Taras Mamenko - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 1:176-192.
    The article intends to show the significance of Ch. Peirce’s ideas for the development of contemporary philosophy, to find out the main directions of his criticism of the principles of Cartesian and more broadly modern philosophy (where it comes from Descartes) and to consider the positive program of his philosophy, which he offers as an alternative to Modern philosophy. Peirce starts from a pragmatic and semiotic approach to human nature, consciousness and cognition. Thanks to this approach, he managed to undermine (...)
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    Issues of war and defense of the motherland in the catechisms of the modern Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church.Оlgа Nedavnya - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 1:86-96.
    The article examines the provisions of the catechisms of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church regarding the war and its challenges, as well as the defense of the Motherland. A comparative analysis of relevant thematic instructions in the Catechism “Christ is our Easter” (published in 2011), the Catechism for youth “We walk with Christ” (published in 2021) and the “Catechism of the Christian Warrior” (published in 2022) was carried out. It was determined that the provisions of the UGCC's own fundamental doctrinal (...)
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    The discourse of war in the evangelical doctrine in the context of current russian aggression against Ukraine (protestant viewpoint).Pavlo Pavlenko - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 1:75-85.
    The range of issues related to the origins of Christianity, the formation of its doctrine, and its existence in the early, pre-Conciliar period has always been of concern not only to Christian scholars, not only to those scholars who were in one or another way involved in these researches, but also to society as a whole. However, in Ukraine, and especially in academic circles, these issues are still not sufficiently studied. The article examines the reasons that led the official Church (...)
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    Conceptual issues and stages of establishment of military chaplainty in independent Ukraine.Oleksandr Sagan & Ivan Harat - 2023 - Filosofska Dumka (Philosophical Thought) 1:59-74.
    The formation of the chaplaincy movement in the context of the formation of independent Ukraine (after 1991) required the solution of a number of issues, primarily of a conceptual nature. The initiators of the restoration of chaplaincy faced the underestimation of the chaplaincy factor, the risks of transferring interfaith disputes to the military environment. In fact, it was a question of finding their own model of chaplaincy service, which would provide an optimal model for organizing the work of chaplains. The (...)
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