DICTIONARY

ARENA: MIND CONFLICT
Kartsen MEYHOFF
Denmark

BLITZKRIEG
Friedrich KITTLER
Germany

PAINE. MEMORY. A MEMORY-BOOK
Zoya YEROSHOK
Russia

WAR AND PEACE IN TERMS AND DEFINTIONS
Dmitry LOSKUTOV
Russia/Brussels

IMAGE WAR
Sotirios BAHTSETZIS
Greece

REDEMPTION OF THE HOSTAGES
Viacheslav IZMAILOV
Russia

WARS, WAVES, RULERS
Wladimir VELMINSKY
Russia/Germany

HARMONY (WAR SONG)
Yuki HIGASHINO
Japan/Frankfurt

CIVIL WAR
Valery PODOROGA
Russia

INTERPRETATIONS
Oleg NIKISHIN
Russia

INFORMATION
Dmitry ROGOZIN
Russia

ZONE INERDITE
Christoph WACHTER
Germany
Mathias JUD
Switzerland/Berlin

CLOWN (AT WAR)
Leo BASSI
Italy/Spain

CIRCLE OF WAR
Arkady BABCHENKO
Russia

CONCEPT - UNKNOWN SOLDIER
Oleg ARONSON
Russia

CORPORATION
Uzochukwu NDUKA
Nigeria

CAT-NOTATION
Joulia STRAUSS
Russia /Berlin

FACES OF TERROR
Anthony BEEVOR
UK

IMAGE OF AN ENEMY
Ljubov VINOGRADOVA
Russia

UN: CONDITIONS FOR PEACE
Vladimir PETROVSKY
Russia

REFUSAL
Roman SCHMIDT
Germany

HEROISM
Boris LEONOV
Russia

ANCESTORS
Nikolay PLUZHNIKOV
Russia

SERGEANT KOSOV: PEACEMAKER
German VINOGRADOV
Russia

RADICAL SIMPLIFICATION
Andrey TKACHENKO
Russia

SNIPER
Jakob BOESKOV
Denmark/NY

STRATEGIC CONFLICT PREVENTION
Anton IVANOV
Russia

LEVEL OF DISPERSION. ASHES
Ilya PLEKHANOV
Russia

FINANCIAL WAR (EX-VASION)
Sigudrur INGOLFSSON
Iceland

PRIVATE WAR
Obrad SAVIC
Serbia/UK

SHALAMOV:WAR/CAMP
Mikhail RYKLIN
Russia

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SHALAMOV:WAR/CAMP / Mikhail RYKLIN / Russia


Михаил РЫКЛИН / Mikhail RYKLIN

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MIKHAIL RYKLIN – born in 1948. Well-known Russian philosopher. A member of the New-York Science Academy. Senior research fellow of the Institute of Philosophy of the RAS. His field of interest is modern Western philosophy, as well as totalitarianism, terror, Soviet past, an engagement of the Western intellectual culture with the Soviet regime, and a crises of modern Russian secular culture. Now lives and works in Germany.

 

Some of his works::

  • “Terrologia” (1992),
  • “Derrida in Moscow”(With original text of Jaques Derrida, 1993),
  • “Ecology of War” (1995),
  • “Spaces of rejoicing: Totalitarianism and difference” (2002),
  • “Time of diagnosis” (2003),
  • “Freedom and Prohibition” (2008).

Concept: Great Patriotic war as a coverage of camps. The main warning that can be discerned in the works of Shalamov is that the new image of the enemy (lost after the end of the Cold War) will be created through the new state terrorism.

To be continued...

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