SERIES IVA, EASTERN EUROPE, VOLUME 9

 

 

NATIONAL, CULTURAL AND

ETHNIC IDENTITIES:

Harmony beyond Conflict

Czech Philosophical Studies, IV

 

edited by

Jaroslav Hroch, David Hollan, George F. McLean

 

CONTENTS

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

 

INTRODUCTION

 

PART I. IDENTITIES: CULTURAL, ETHNIC AND NATIONAL

 

Chapter I. Ethnic and National Tensions

George F. McLean

 

Chapter II. New Challenges of Community Formation

Klaus Zapotozcky

 

Chapter III. The Emergence of Nationalism, Ethnic Clashes and Fundamentalist Movements in the Light of Globalization

Heinz Holley

 

Chapter IV. Social Identity and Conflict: A Positive Approach

Byaruhanga Rukooko Archangel

 

PART II. ETHNIC TENSIONS

 

Chapter V. National Conflicts and the Problem of Democracy in Post-communist Societies

Zagorka Golubovic

 

Chapter VI. Post Communist Nationalism as a New Version of Totalitarianism and Its Spiritual Democratic Alternative

Miloslav Bednár

 

Chapter VII. Individual and Communication: the Case of Yugoslavia

Miroslav Milovic

 

Chapter VIII. Internal Causes of National Tensions

Jana Balázová

 

Chapter IX. Social Freedom in Contemporary Thought

Jurate Morkuniene

 

Chapter X. The Value Context of Ethnic and National Tensions

Jelona Djuric

 

PART III. PRINCIPLES OF UNITY AND COMMUNICATION

 

Chapter XI. The Phenomenon of Human Dignity after Totalitarianism

Miloslav Bednár

 

Chapter XII. The Universalism of John Paul II and the United Nations: Towards a New Intellectual-Ethical Environment

Janus Kuczynski

 

Chapter XIII. Power Relations and Multicultruality in the Balkans

Plamen Makariev

 

Chapter XIV. Constitutions and the Rule of Law in Ethnically Divided Societies

Vajislav Stanovic

 

Chapter XV. Human Rights in a Divided World

Jaroslav Krejci

 

Chapter XVI. The Origin and Purpose of Alyirdas Julien Greimas's Structured semiotics

Belianskas Zilvinas

 

PART IV. TOLERANCE AS WILLINGNESS TO LIVE TOGETHER

 

Chapter XVII. Otherness and Tolerance

Basio Nikiforova

 

Chapter XVIII. Tolerance and the Interpretative Whole: Cultures and Difference

Cristal Huang

 

Chapter XIX. The Historical Roots of Tolerance and Liberalism in Lithuania

Dalia Marija Stanciene

 

Chapter XX. The Orthodox Church and Ethno-Religious Tolerance in Romania

Magadalena Dumitrana

 

Chapter XXI. The Home of Man

Aviezer Tucker

 

Chapter XXII. Democracy from the Grassroots: Learning by Doging

Stjepan Gredelj

 

 

 



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