Transitology - A philosophical reflection on the post-communist society

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Show simple item record Leka, Agim 2016-04-22T21:29:48Z 2016-04-22T21:29:48Z 2016-01
dc.identifier.issn 2079-3715
dc.description.abstract The collapse of totalitarianisms, the integration and transition global are objective phenomena, which changed many political and social doctrines, which relate to democracy and civilization. A review of relations between civilization and polity is most necessary. At the same time this process was companied with the crisis philosophical thought, as with as the need for a deep reflection in this area. Transition is the moving integration of society from ideology to the reality culture (the values system) and the integration of three truths: philosophical, scientific and religious. And the most effective vehicle is the cultural intercommunication. In global era the integration is a cultural intercommunications and the philosophy itself is an essential cultural. The dialectic of transition and integration in global time. The cultural shock and the vulgar hedonism. Paradox between interest and principles. The paradox of modern Transitology is it between time and space, or, between past time and future time, has made that many today’s society to be gripped by a severe conflict between the two sides: the old and new; the political right and the political left. The moral paradox or the paradox of “two twin brothers”. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject the post-communist transition en_US
dc.subject the modern cultural shock en_US
dc.subject paradoxes in Transitology en_US
dc.title Transitology - A philosophical reflection on the post-communist society en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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