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Title Towards an intellectual history of Ukraine : an anthology of Ukrainian thought from 1710 to 1995 / edited by Ralph Lindheim and George S.N. Luckyj
Published Toronto : Published by the University of Toronto Press in association with the Shevchenko Scientific Society, 1996
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Contents 1. The Bendery Constitution (abridgment) -- 2. Sermon on Royal Authority and Honour (excerpt) / Teofan Prokopovych -- 3. A Talk between Great Russia and Little Russia (excerpt) / Semen Divovych -- 4. A Submission to the Legislative Commission (excerpt) / Hryhorii Poletyka -- 5. The Serpent's Flood (excerpt) / Hryhorii Skovoroda -- 6. Istoriia Rusov (excerpts) -- 7. Letters (excerpts) / Nikolai Gogol -- 8. The Books of the Genesis of the Ukrainian People (excerpt) / Mykola Kostomarov -- 9. Preface to an Unpublished Edition of Kobzar / Taras Shevchenko -- 10. Epilogue to The Black Council / Panteleimon Kulish -- 11. Two Russian Nationalities (excerpts) / Mykola Kostomarov -- 12. A Letter to the Editor of Kolokol / Mykola Kostomarov -- 13. The Science of the Human Spirit (excerpts) / Pamfil Iurkevych -- 14. The Lost Epoch (abridgment) / Mykhailo Drahomanov -- 15. Polish Policy towards Rus' (excerpts) / Stepan Kachala
Summary The texts gathered here reflect the transformation of Ukraine, in the face of formidable obstacles, into the modern nation that declared its independence in 1991. They serve, therefore, as a guide to a complex period of several hundred years, which, until now, has too often been considered only as a part of Russian history
This volume presents a collection of major Ukrainian documents dating from 1710 to 1995, with an informative introductory essay by volume editors Ralph Lindheim and George S.N. Luckyj. The texts, many of them translated for the first time and some perhaps unfamiliar even to Ukrainian readers, explore issues that intellectual history has traditionally set out to examine and explain. They touch on religious, philosophical, aesthetic, ethical, sociological, historical, and political ideas, and thereby illuminate significant attitudes, values, ideological commitments, and systems of thought that have crystallized at central moments in the development of Ukraine. Leading Ukrainian writers, scholars, intellectuals, political figures, and statesmen present their views on Ukrainian history, especially as it pertains to relations with Russia, and also discuss their society, literature, culture, and the slow but dramatic formation and growth of a national identity
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Nationalism -- Ukraine.
Ukraine -- Intellectual life.
Ukraine -- Politics and government.
Form Electronic book
Author Lindheim, R. (Ralph), editor
Luckyj, George S. N., 1919-2001, editor
Naukove tovarystvo imeny Shevchenka (Canada)
ISBN 1442664762 (electronic bk.)
9781442664760 (electronic bk.)
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