Ideologies of Maidan: Round-table meeting of “Filosofska dumka”

  • Yevhen Bystrytsky
  • Andrii Bondar
  • Kyrylo Galushko
  • Anatolii Yermolenko
  • Volodymyr Yermolenko
  • Vakhtang Kebuladze Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
  • Serhii Proleev
  • Yurii Chornomorets National Pedagogical Dragomanov University
Keywords: Maidan, Revolution of Dignity, ideology, civil society, state


To comprehend the Maidan phenomenon the Editorial Board of “Filosofska dumka” has invited for discussion the participants of the Revolution of Dignity — philosophers, historians, journalists. Can this phenomenon be comprehended with the use of the steady social and ideological definitions, and does it require the change of the political vocabulary? Had the Maidan an ideology / ideologies and had it influence on popularity of certain ideologies? Maidan and political radicalism: the right-wing and left-wing participants in the Maidan — phantoms or real forces? The Maidan and the state — opposition or complementarity? How did the Maidan realize itself? Which were the principles of self-organization and activities of the Maidan? What was the religion role in the Maidan? Has the Maidan gone or does it continue? The participants of the round-table meeting tried to find answers to these questions.

Author Biographies

Vakhtang Kebuladze, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
Doctor of Philosophy, Associated professor of philosophy department
Yurii Chornomorets, National Pedagogical Dragomanov University
Doctor of Philosophy, Professor at the Department of Culture Studies
How to Cite
Bystrytsky, Y., Bondar, A., Galushko, K., Yermolenko, A., Yermolenko, V., Kebuladze, V., Proleev, S., & Chornomorets, Y. (2017). Ideologies of Maidan: Round-table meeting of “Filosofska dumka”. Filosofska Dumka, (6), 5-28. Retrieved from

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