Developments in Post-Soviet Philosophical Thought With a foreword by Christopher Donohue29,90 €ibidem376 SeitenThe East European nations’ common past in the Soviet Union connects them in terms of both their political histories and the evolution of their philosophical thought. The USSR’s dissolution created...
Ideological Creativity in Post-Soviet Societies49,90 €ibidem388 SeitenThe recent history of post-Soviet societies is heavily shaped by the successor nations’ efforts to geopolitically re-identify themselves and to reify certain majorities in them. As a result of these...
Daria Isachenko, Mykhailo Minakov, Gwendolyn Sasse
Nation-Building and State-Failure after Communism34,90 €ibidem260 SeitenThe USSR’s dissolution resulted in the creation of not only fifteen recognized states but also of four non-recognized statelets: Nagorno-Karabakh, South Ossetia, Abkhazia, and Transnistria. Their polities...
Yakov Rabkin, Mikhail Minakov
A Future in the Past59,90 €ibidem428 SeitenMedical doctors driving taxis, architects selling beer on street corners, scientific institutes closed down amid rusting carcasses of industrial plants—these images became common at the turn of the 21st...
Development and Dystopia
Studies in Post-Soviet Ukraine and Eastern Europe39,90 €ibidem360 SeitenThis book dissects—from both philosophical and empirical viewpoints—the peculiar developmental challenges, geopolitical contexts, and dystopic stalemates that post-Soviet societies face during their...
Timm Beichelt, Susann Worschech
Networks and Ties that Influence(d) Contemporary Ukraine29,90 €ibidem280 SeitenThe Euromaidan protests of 2013–2014 and their ambivalent aftermath underscored why and how Ukraine remains a state between the East and West European pathways. The uprising and following events illustrated...