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Ukrainian intellectuals after Maidan

The war with Russia creates a difficult task for Ukrainian intellectuals. We must take care of decommunisation and de-Sovietisation not only by renaming our streets and cities but also in the consciousness of our citizens. Ultimately, decommunisation is a part of the decolonisation process in Ukraine.

The Maidan has changed our lives forever. This might sound a little pathetic, but for anyone who was directly involved in the events of 2013/2014, the Maidan has far-reaching significance and harkens great emotional stress. The same applies to those who were not concerned about these events or those who opposed it. And, of course, it definitely applies to Ukrainian intellectuals.
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January 2, 2019 - Vakhtang Kebuladze - Hot TopicsIssue 1 2019Magazine

The Maidan changed the style and rhythm of the intellectual’s thinking and writing. We were used to long reflections. Now, we suddenly found ourselves in very different circumstances. Photo: Amakuha (CC) commons.wikimedia.org

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