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    Plato and the Revolution of the Modern Paradigm of Science.Oleh Shepetyak - 2019 - Beytulhikme An International Journal of Philosophy 9 (9:2):319-335.
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    The Concept of Polytheism in the Religious Studies as a Result of Lingual Misunderstanding.Oleh Shepetyak - 2019 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 87:101-116.
    In 1921 was published the book of the famous Austrian-British philosopher and funder of the analytic philosophy Ludwig Johann Wittgenstein, in which he wrote, that the big part of our philosophical problems, which were subject of the thinking of the thousands philosophers, are created not by the difficulty of reality but by the complication of the language. When a philosopher analyzes a language he uses, he will find that the biggest part of the philosophical problems is illusory. Following Wittgenstein's advices, (...)
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    The Christianity of Franks: The Formation of the Vector of European Civilization.Oleh Shepetyak - 2018 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 86:12-20.
    In the article of Oleh Shepetyak "The Christianity of Franks: the Formation of the Vector of European Civilization" is analyzed the Christianization of Western Europe and the Rolle of Franks in this difficult process. The basis of the European civilization is Christianity. The Christianization of the European peoples was a difficult and ambiguous process. Many Germanic peoples, which settled down in Europe, had accepted the Christianity in its Arianism version. The main factor, which caused the domination of Catholic Church in (...)
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    Epistemological Layers: Analysis of Changes in Cultural Paradigms on the Example of the Mid-18th Century European Culture.Oleh Shepetyak - 2019 - Beytulhikme An International Journal of Philosophy 9 (9:4):913-924.
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    Gnostic Sects and Trends in the Past and Present.Oleh Myhailovych Shepetyak - 2017 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 84:101-108.
    The article describes the analysis of Gnostic sects of the Late Antiquity, with the exception of the concepts of large Gnostic systems. Particular attention is devoted to the consideration of the Mandaean religion - the only ancient Gnostic religion that exists to this day. The history of the formation of Mandaise, the determinative role of John the Baptist and the cult of Teyvila for the Mandaeans, as well as the peculiarities of their doctrine has been analysed.
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    The Scriptures of Judaism.Oleh Shepetyak - 2016 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 77:127-133.
    The article «The scriptures of Judaism» of Shepetyak O.M. analyzes and brief systematization of the spiritual literature of Judaism, to study ways of its formation and the role of the Jewish religious environment, considered the scriptures Tanakh, the Talmud, the Mishnah, Midrash, Halacha, and others, the ways of their origin and role in religious operating time of Judaism.
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    Anthropological Paradigm in the Modern Theology of German-Speaking Area.Oleh Shepetyak - 2015 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 73:71-76.
    In this article the analysis of anthropological concepts which were formulated in the Catholic theology of the German-speaking area in the epoch after the Second Vatican Council is performed. The ideas of K. Rahner, E. Coreth, J. Ratzinger and W. Kasper are represented. The main idea expressed by these thinkers, is the presence of divine origin in the human spirit that defines human nature, completes the human essence and elevates man to the sphere of the transcendent and enables his/her connection (...)
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    Monotheistic Tendencies of Egypt'sreligions of the Pre-Dynastic and Early Dynasticperiod.Oleh Shepetyak - 2016 - Ukrainian Religious Studies 80:121-125.
    Oleh Shepetyak. Monotheistic tendencies of Egypt's religions of the pre-dynastic and early dynastic period. The study analyzes the religion of ancient Egypt, and it proved the presence of a clear monotheistic tendencies. The article provides a brief examination of the historical landmarks of Egyptian culture, its literary achievements inspection and analysis of earlier beliefs, which are at the center of the personality of Seth and Horus, and other deities who have the zeal of the late myth associated with them.
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