Oral history of philosophy and oral history of philosophers in socio-cultural and intellectual contexts
The essay is based on the text of the author's speech at the Philosopher's Thought roundtable Oral History of Philosophy. Remarks are added to the text, which are inevitable when translating an oral reply into written text. The basic theoretical and conceptual presuppositions and the principles of such a new for the domestic intellectual space of the research direction, which is the oral history of philosophy, are outlined.
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