Phenomenology of post-Sovietism, recursions in the past and ethnicity

Abstract : This essay is aimed to outline, from an historiographical standpoint, the chief aspects and consequences sprung out from the crucial historical transition from Sovietism to post-Sovietism, occurred mainly in certain Eastern countries of Europe, near Russian area, just due to such an epochal historical event which has so marked deeply and specifically either society and politics, in such a manner that a typical, featuring phenomenology-which we might call post-Sovietism phenomenology, interesting, above all, history, politics and sociology-is, for instance, identifiable through the historiographical investigation of the data retraceable from the various contributions just recollected in The Ideology and Politics Journal, a privileged place of debate where many international scholars have just analysed this crucial historical transition, and exposed their related ideas and suggestions. We restrict our study highlighting certain aspects of this phenomenology to put into evidence another historical phenomenology - that of recursions in the past - starting just from this specific context from which it is then possible to identify typical elements which may be considered as constants of similar historical events, like ethnicity in case of secession or separation movements.
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Giuseppe Iurato. Phenomenology of post-Sovietism, recursions in the past and ethnicity. 2019. ⟨hal-02162359v3⟩



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