Crisis is the father of new theories and practices. Confronted with nihilism, anomaly or crisis, people assume a different attitude towards existing traditions, and, accordingly, the nature of their thought changes. History testifies that this prerequisite holds true in every field of human endeavor, be it science, philosophy, politics or theology.
KeywordsAcademic Freedom Western Philosophy Western Thought Marxist Philosophy Global Interdependence
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