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2010 | 3 | 2 | 91-98
Article title

NEW CRITERIA FOR SELF-IDENTIFICATION

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At a very close examination, traditional self-identification by the nationality or the religious confession appears deprived from the common sense and even seems to be a kind of 'mauvais ton'. Here a question arises: are the nationality and the religion the essential properties of a man or a woman? The most serious charges are following: national and religious conflicts are the reason of the greatest sufferings of mankind. If it is really necessary to rank a person with any class or category (but only if it is), historical memory can prompt more essential criteria.
Contributors
  • Andrius Konickis, Lithuanian Culture Research Institute, Saltoniskiu g. 58, LT-08105 Vilnius, Lithuania
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11LTAAAA09109
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