Culture as a Subject and Its Own Object
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This short exposition on some research principles should not be seen as having any philosophical significance. The author is far from making any such claims. This is simply an attempt to share experience derived from researching specific facts in the history of culture. In addition, the author was motivated by a dissatisfaction with the way certain traditional theoretical categories have been reflected in the history of literature and culture.
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