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  1. Heidegger and Phenomenology. Westerlund, F. (2020). Heidegger and the Problem of Phenomena. London: Bloomsbury.Andriy Bogachov - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):116-119.
    Review of Westerlund, F.. Heidegger and the Problem of Phenomena. London: Bloomsbury.
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    To Know and to Be. Part II.Yevhen Bystrytsky, Vsevolod Khoma, Kseniia Myroshnyk & Olha Simoroz - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):137-159.
    Interview of Vsevolod Khoma, Kseniia Myroshnyk and Olha Simoroz with Yevhen Bystrytsky.
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    New Attempts to Revive Ukrainian Neo-Thomism Through Inspiration-by-Translations. Reflections on the Book Krąmpiec, M. (2020). Why Evil? Kyiv: Kairos. [REVIEW]Yuriy Chornomorets - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):79-88.
    One of the unsolved problems for the historical and philosophical thought of Ukraine is the lack of reflection on the phenomenon of Ukrainian neo-Thomism. Today, there has not been reconstructed the history of this trend, which had been actively developing in the interwar Western Ukraine since the time of socio-ethical letters by Andrei Sheptytsky in the early XX century, gained new connotations in the diaspora from 1940s to 1990s and acquired new forms in Roman Catholic thought in Ukraine at the (...)
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    “Presence” in the Broad Present. Gumbrecht, H. U. (2020). Production of Presence. What Meaning Cannot Convey. Kharkiv: IST Publishing. [REVIEW]Victor Chorny - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):67-78.
    This review of the Ukrainian translation of H. U. Gumbrecht’s best-known work brings out the strengths and weaknesses of the translation and the peculiar reception of Gumbrecht’s key ideas in Ukraine. It also critically assesses Gumbrecht’s own original and often contradictory points. I question the relevance of Gumrecht’s meaning / presence distinction for reconstructing the history of the philosophical tradition, as well as for analysing our complex relation to the world. I also demonstrate the weakness of his biased attempts to (...)
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  5. Trends in Modern Hegelean Studies. Bykova, M., Westphal, K., Et Al. (2020). The Palgrave Hegel Handbook. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [REVIEW]Illia Davidenko - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):120-127.
    Review of Bykova, M., Westphal, K., et al.. The Palgrave Hegel handbook. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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    Phenomenological Subjects. Apostolescu, I. (Ed.). (2020). The Subject(s) of Phenomenology: Rereading Husserl. Cham: Springer Nature. [REVIEW]Vakhtang Kebuladze - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):128-132.
    Review of Apostolescu, I... The Subject of Phenomenology: Rereading Husserl. Cham: Springer Nature.
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    Hegel and Ukrainian Philosophy of the 70-80th. Part II.Viktor Kozlovskyi, Illia Davidenko, Kateryna Kruhlyk & Daria Popil - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):175-199.
    Interview of Illia Davidenko, Kateryna Kruhlyk, Daria Popil with Viktor Kozlovskyi.
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    “Philosopher” and “Philosophy” in Kyivan Rus’ Written Sources: Of the 11-14th Centuries. The Need for a New Asking of the “Old” Question. [REVIEW]Oleksandr Kyrychok - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):6-27.
    The author justifies the need to return to an analysis of the meaning of such words as “philosophy” and “philosopher” in the Kyivan Rus’ written sources of the 11th–14th centuries. In the author’s view, this is explained not only by the inaccuracies the earlier research committed but also by the necessity to take contemporary achievements of Byzantine philosophical historiography into account. The author concludes that the preserved Kyivan Rus’ written sources reflect certain Byzantine interpretations of the words “philosopher” and “philosophy” (...)
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    Commentary on Thomasius's “Philosophical Dissertation on Literary Plagiarism”.Roman Kyselov - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):104-115.
    Commentary on the first Ukrainian translation of Thomasius’ work entitled “Nucleus disputationis de plagio literario maxime theoreticus, thesibus paucis & brevibus comprehensus”, which is one of the Appendices to the famous “Philosophical dissertation on literary plagiarism”.
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    Leibniz and Wolf: Critical Foundations of the Idea of Scientific Revolution in Philosophy.Sergii Secundant - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):44-66.
    This article reveals the critical content of the idea of scientific revolution in Wolff's philosophy and shows Leibniz's contribution to its formation. Although Wolff's goal was to reform the method of philosophizing on the model of Euclid's geometry, which was based on the Cartesian idea of achieving certainty by clarifying concepts, this clarification Wolff in the sense of Leibniz sees in such an analysis of concepts that would accurately establish a connection between them and show the possibility of the object (...)
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  11. The Problem of Mind-Body Interaction and the Causal Principle of Descartes’s Third Meditation.Dmytro Sepetyi - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):28-43.
    The article analyses recent English publications in Cartesian studies that deal with two problems: the problem of the intrinsic coherence of Descartes’s doctrine of the real distinction and interaction between mind and body and the problem of the consistency of this doctrine with the causal principle formulated in the Third Meditation. The principle at issue is alternatively interpreted by different Cartesian scholars either as the Hierarchy Principle, that the cause should be at least as perfect as its effects, or the (...)
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  12. Nucleus Disputationis de Plagio Literario Maxime Theoreticus, Thesibus Paucis & Brevibus Comprehensus.Jacobus Thomasius - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):89-103.
    The first Ukrainian translation of J. Thomasius’ work “Nucleus disputationis de plagio literario maxime theoreticus, thesibus paucis & brevibus comprehensus”.
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    “The Saved and the Lost.” Attempt to Recall on-Line. Part II.Natalia Viatkina, Amina Khelufi, Kseniia Myroshnyk & Nataliia Reva - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):160-174.
    Interview of Amina Khelufi, Kseniia Myroshnyk and Nataliia Reva with Natalia Viatkina.
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    “Left” Islamic Philosophy. Bloch, Ernst (2019). Avicenna and the Aristotelian Left. Translated by Loren Goldman and Peter Thompson. New York: Columbia University Press. [REVIEW]Mykhaylo Yakubovych - 2021 - Sententiae 40 (1):133-136.
    Review of Bloch, Ernst. Avicenna and the Aristotelian Left. Translated by Loren Goldman and Peter Thompson. New York: Columbia University Press.
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