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    Civilizational and Institutional Aspects of National Self-Identification in Ukraine: Philosophical-Anthropological Approach.M. I. Boichenko, O. V. Yakovleva & V. V. Liakh - 2018 - Anthropological Measurements of Philosophical Research 14:50-61.
    Purpose. This article clarifies the significance of the person’s social self-identification as a basis for civilization and institutional explanation of national self-identification in Ukraine. Theoretical basis. The authors found that the analysis of the cultural and anthropological principles of national self-identity reveals two main opposed concepts: the concept of "eastern" cultural and social self-identity of Ukraine, which correlates with the metaphor of the split between "East" and "West", and the concept of "western" projection of the European future of Ukraine, which (...)
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    Philosophical Analysis of a Person’s Self-Reflection in the Context of Internal Dialogue.V. V. Liakh & M. V. Lukashenko - 2020 - Anthropological Measurements of Philosophical Research 17:18-27.
    Purpose. The study is aimed at considering self-reflection through an analysis of the features of internal dialogue in ancient texts in order to identify signs of human’s mythological and philosophical thinking. Theoretical basis of the work is the contemplation of a person’s self-reflection in the context of his internal dialogue, through which his own human existence, his subjective and creative comprehension of the world manifest. New meanings are created and shared with others in this mental space, in particular, in crisis (...)
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    J.-P. Sartre’s Humanism in the Context of Modern Anthropological Situation.V. V. Liakh & M. I. Khylko - 2019 - Anthropological Measurements of Philosophical Research 16:116-132.
    Purpose. The article is aimed to show the specificity and heuristic value of the humanism of the French existentialist J.-P. Sartre, represented both in his early works, where the isolationist position prevailed, and considering his evolution to various types of collective responsibility and attempts to build a universal morality on the basis of ontological integral humanity. Theoretical basis. Taking into account the relevance of the topic of person’s searching for authentic existence in the modern world, the author analyzes the concept (...)
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