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Mythological-Religious Space of the Northern Region. Pp. 48–52.

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Section: Philosophy, Sociology, Politology

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299.4+130.2(121-123)

Authors

Poluektov Anton Аndreevich Institute of Social, Humanitarian and Political Sciences, Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov (Arkhangelsk, Russia)

Abstract

The article deals with the problem of understanding and interpretation of mythological-religious space of the northern region. The author makes an attempt to substantiate the North as a special geosophical concept included in the structure of traditional sacred knowledge of the Barents region peoples. The author’s theoretical reflection proceeds from modern conceptions of ethnos and ethnicity.

Keywords

mythological-religious space, North, ethnophilosophy, ethnosophy, ethnic psychology, indigenous peoples, Barents region.

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