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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Šerpytytė, Rita
Title: Ar nihilizmas turi istoriją?
Other Title: Does nihilism have history?
Is part of: Istorija, 2003, t. 55, p. 55-58
Date: 2003
Abstract: This article discusses one of the phenomena which describes the relationship between nihilism and history. As the historicity of nihilism is not self-understandable, the author tries to show which philosophical conditions enable to raise the question concerning historicity by exposing different patterns of nihilistic thinking. Various concepts of nihilism, which deal with historicity of the phenomenon of nihilism, are considered through the hermeneutical, but not historical or chronological, method. What is more, the historicity of nihilism is revealed by interpreting the concepts of concrete authors Oacobi, Turgenjev) which are perceived as separate patterns of nihilism. It is also important to underline nihilism implicit in the history itself.
Appears in Collections:Istorija 2003, t. 55

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