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ATYPICAL POST-COLONIALISM: WHAT MAKES UKRAINE INTERESTING TO THE GLOBAL POLITICAL THOUGHT

Written by a Ukrainian philosopher and journalist, this article focuses on Ukrainian intellectual history and current political and social dilemmas. It examines at key contemporary controversies such as modernity vs tradition, republic vs empire, colonialism vs postcolonialism, and identity vs otherness. These issues form the basis for an analysis of how Ukrainian intellectual history can provide some new insights into issues of global political thought today.

Written by a Ukrainian philosopher and journalist, this article focuses on Ukrainian intellectual history and current political and social dilemmas. It examines at key contemporary controversies such as modernity vs tradition, republic vs empire, colonialism vs postcolonialism, and identity vs otherness. These issues form the basis for an analysis of how Ukrainian intellectual history can provide some new insights into issues of global political thought today.
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Volodymyr Yermolenko, PhD, is a Ukrainian philosopher, journalist and book writer. He works as analytics director at Internews Ukraine, a chief editor at UkraineWorld.org and a senior lecturer at Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. He holds a doctor of political studies degree from EHESS, France, and PhD in philosophy from Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine. He received Sheveliov Prize for best Ukrainian essays book in 2018, Petro Mohyla Prize in 2021, and Book of the Year prize in several nominations in 2018 and 2015.


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