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Aestheticization of the ideology of disintegration (Occitan constructor)

S.A. Vetrov

UDC 141                


Sergei A. Vetrov, Dr. Sci. (Philosophy), Prof., Head of sub-faculty at Omsk State Transport University, e-mail:


The crisis of the rational paradigm of thinking and the exhaustion of the ideals of humanism have made the problem of defining, formulating and even constructing meanings relevant. To solve this problem, historical material is actively involved, and methods of interpretation and deconstruction are used. These methods achieve full implementation in the field of ethics and aesthetics, because through them the largest possible number of people can be included in the process of worldview creativity, and the ideological result obtained will achieve the maximum effect.

Key words: Middle Ages, interpretation, transformation, deconstruction, Occitan constructor, Cathar heresy, Albigensians, aesthetics, “average voice”, ideology, differance.



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