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The Ideology and Politics Journal (IPJ) is dedicated to the analysis of ideologies in their political, social, and conceptual forms. Devoted to the advancement of understanding of socio-political processes in post-Soviet Belarus, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine, as well as the wider space of the former Soviet Union, the IPJ addresses the ideological and intellectual issues arising from the formation of new societies in post-Soviet space.  The IPJ encourages discussion of the historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of political action, with the intention of contributing to both the advancement of interdisciplinary research of contemporary ideologies and the promotion of good politics in the countries of the region.

The Ideology and Politics Journal is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal published once or twice a year in electronic form. The Journal is indexed by the DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals, since 2015) and Scopus (since 2016).

The topics of the upcoming issues will be defined and announced in January 2019.

 

Logos and Pathos. Humanities in the Condition of War — Issue 3(11) 2018

 

Tatiana Shchyttsova & Mykhailo Minakov LOGOS AND PATHOS. HUMANITIES IN THE CONDITION OF WAR. INTRODUCTORY REMARKS
Valeria Korablyova THE END OF «THE END OF HISTORY»: OUTLINES OF A NEW WORLD AMIDST A «HYBRID WARFARE»
Boris Kashnikov TERRORISM, JUSTICE AND ABSOLUTE WAR. HOW MANY HORSEMEN OF APOCALYPSE?
Pavel Barkouski CONTEMPORARY POST-IDEOLOGIES: «HYBRID IDEOLOGIES», OR «NEW MYTHOLOGIES» AS A FACTOR OF CONSTITUTING OF POST-MODERN SOCIAL FIELD
Tatiana Shchyttsova BETWEEN FRUSTRATION AND MOBILIZATION: EMOTIONAL DISPOSITIONS OF THE HUMANITIES SCHOLARS IN THE CONDITIONS OF OUR WARTIME
Darya Malyutina THE IMPACT OF THE ARMED CONFLICT IN THE EAST OF UKRAINE ON RELATIONSHIPS AMONG SCHOLARS OF UKRAINE ACROSS EUROPE
Ihar Padporyn HERMENEUTICS OF WITNESS AS A PROGRAM OF INTERPRETATION OF WAR
Andrei Gornykh INTERNAL ENEMY IN THE INFORMATION WAR (DONBASS IDEOLOGICAL PALIMPSEST)
Uladzislaŭ Ivanoŭ HOW LANGUAGE REACTS TO THE RUSSIAN-UKRAINIAN WAR (POLITOLOGICAL AND SOCIO-LINGUISTIC OBSERVATIONS)
Alexei Krivolap TO AVOID WAR: TRUST AS A BET AND TARGET FOR INFORMATIONAL WAR
Aleksandr Sarna THE WAR OF DISCOURSES ON THE BORDER OF THE PRIVATE AND THE PUBLIC

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