Studies in East European Thought 57 (2):93 - 138 (2005)

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Keywords current hermeneutic situation  epistemology (naïve vs reflexive)  from unilinear monism to pluralism  humanities (human science) in Russia  interdisciplinarity  philosophy as anathema  scholarly servility vs freedom  Soviet Marxism  “Soviet paradigm”  Soviet vs post-Soviet condition  the ‘linguistic turn’  unilinear pseudo-historism
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DOI 10.1007/s11212-005-2002-1
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