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The Fate of Philosophy after the Fall of the USSR

― Issue 1(20), 2022

Editor of this issue: Mikhail Minakov

Contents

Mikhail Minakov

THE FATE OF PHILOSOPHY AFTER THE FALL OF THE USSR

4


RESEARCH ARTICLES 


The Prehistory of Post-Soviet Condition

Mikhail Minakov

THE PREHISTORY OF POST-SOVIET PHILOSOPHIES

8

Ilya Tishbeisky

PHILOSOPHICAL QUEST OF GEORGY ŠČEDROVICKIJ
AND METHODOLOGICAL SCHOOL
*

44


Understanding the Contemporary Philosophical Condition 

Tatyana Shchittsova

PHILOSOPHY AS A REALISTIC UTOPIA: A PERSONAL VIEW ON THE EMANCIPATION OF PHILOSOPHY
IN THE POST-SOVIET BELARUS
 *

144

Oxana Yosypenko
& Serhii Yosypenko

PHILOSOPHY IN CONTEMPORARY UKRAINE:
PROBLEMS OF CONSTITUTION OF THE FIELD
**

164

Alexandru Cosmescu

CONSTRUCTING A PHILOSOPHICAL VOICE:
DISCURSIVE POSITIONS IN THE MOLDOVAN
JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY AND…

181

Lasha Kharazi

THE QUESTION OF PHILOSOPHY AND GEORGIA

206


Measuring the Contemporary Philosophies

Maija Kūle

PHILOSOPHY IN LATVIA  IN THE RECENT 40 YEARS (1982–2022) *

219

Vadym Menzhulin

THEMATICAL FIELDS AND METHODOLOGICAL COORDINATES
OF CONTEMPORARY UKRAINIAN HISTORIOGRAPHY
OF PHILOSOPHY
**

250

Viktoras Bachmetjevas

PHILOSOPHY IN LITHUANIA AFTER 1989

283

Denys Kiryukhin

THE PHILOSOPHICAL PROCESS IN POST-SOVIET UKRAINE *

300

Vitali Terletsky

KANTIAN PHILOSOPHY STUDIES IN INDEPENDENT UKRAINE (1991–2021) **

327


REVIEWS

Viktor Poletko

FROM CULTURAL DIVERSITY TO GLOBAL ETHOS: A TWO-WAY TICKET. BOOK REVIEW:
Denys Kiryukhin (ed.) (2021). Community and Tradition in Global Times. Washington, D.C: Council for Research in Values and Philosophy

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The entire issue in one PDF file can be downloaded HERE


* — full-text article is in Russian
** — full-text article is in Ukrainian 

 

The Soviet and Post-Soviet Law: The Failed Transition from Socialist Legality to the rule of law state

― Issue 2(18), 2021

Editors of this issue: Mikhail Antonov & Dmytro Vovk

Contents

Mikhail Antonov
& Dmytro Vovk

SOVIET AND POST-SOVIET LAW: FAILED TRANSITION
FROM SOCIALIST LEGALITY TO RULE OF LAW

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RESEARCH ARTICLES


Thinking about Law: Historical perspective  

William Pomeranz

RUSSIA’S PERENNIAL SEARCH FOR THE RULE OF LAW:
ORIGINS, DETOURS, REVIVAL, IMPASSE

10

Natalia Varlamova

UNIVERSAL LEGAL CONCEPTS
IN THE SOVIET SOCIO-POLITICAL CONTEXT
*

30

Anna Lukina

LEGAL NURTURING: THE EDUCATIONAL FUNCTION
OF LAW IN THE SOVIET UNION

57

Elena Timoshina
& Svetlana Volkova

«OVER THE BARRIERS»: THE IDEAS OF THE RULE OF LAW STATE AND THE AUTONOMY OF LAW
IN THE THEORY OF LEV YAVICH (IN THE CONTEXT
OF THE SAINT-PETERSBURG SCHOOL OF LEGAL PHILOSOPHY)
*

75

Dmitry Gorin

LAW, POWER, AND FAITH IN THE POST-SOVIET
TRANSFORMATIONS OF RUSSIAN SOCIETY
*

98


Protection of rights and freedoms

Mikhail Antonov

LEGAL POSITIVISM AND PROBLEMS
OF DEVELOPMENT OF RUSSIAN LAW
*

120

Andrey Polyakov

HUMAN RIGHTS AND VALUES:
THEIR PHILOSOPHICAL MEANING AND IDEOLOGICAL ROLE IN POST-SOVIET LEGAL SCIENCE
*

152

Yuri Permyakov

FROM LEGAL PROTECTION TO PROTECTION OF RIGHT:
DIALECTICS OF THE 1990s IN ONE DESTINY
*

194

Sergei Belov

POST-SOVIET PERCEPTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
IN RUSSIA
*

212


Constitutionalisation of power and politics

Serhii Rabinovych

CAN THE UKRAINIAN CONSTITUTIONAL JUSTICE
BE DEPOLITICIZED
? **

234

Thomas Barrett

OLIGARCHS AND JUDGES: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY
OF THE COURTS IN POST-SOVIET UNCONSOLIDATED DEMOCRACIES

260

Iya Osvetimskaya

DEFORMATION OF COMMUNICATION
BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND SOCIETY IN RUSSIA
 *

292

Dmytro Vovk
& Iurii Barabash

“JUSTICES HAVE A POLITICAL SENSE.”
THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF UKRAINE’S JURISPRUDENCE
IN POLITICALLY SENSITIVE CASES
*

313


REVIEWS

Yakov M. Rabkin

REVIEW: Kenneth B. Moss, Benjamin Nathans, and Taro Tsurumi, eds. (2021). From Europe’s East to the Middle East Israel’s Russian and Polish Lineages. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press

336

The entire issue in one PDF file can be downloaded HERE


* — full-text article is in Russian

** — full-text article is in Ukrainian