PHILOSOPHERS OF THE WORLD ARE SOLIDARITY WITH UKRAINE
From the editorial board: With the permission of the organizers and moderators of the open Internet platform "Philosophers for Ukraine"1, we are starting to publish on the pages of this journal in the original language the reactions of world philosophers to the barbaric aggression of Putin's Russia against Ukraine. We consider the posts of philosophers known and not yet known to the Ukrainian community not only as an extremely important intellectual contribution to the cause of international solidarity with the self-sacrificing struggle of Ukrainian society against the attacker, but also as the first attempts to understand the foundations and consequences of this war of the 21st century for all humanity.
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