Monsters as the Sense Territoriality of Political
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Monsters as the Sense Territoriality of Political
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S207987840001710-0-1
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10.18254/S0001710-0-1
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The article deals with the phenomenon of monsters as a specific example of creating a kind of sense territoriality by means of historical and philosophical reflection. A particular type of political monster is specified. It argues that the political space has a historical character and undergoes a series of successive transformations. The deformation of space of political means that in the course of the next transformation was made a strategic error changes its meaning, leading to the emergence of the phenomenon of political monsters.
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political, fiction, monsters, methodology of history
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01.02.2017
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28.03.2017
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