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2016 | 5 | 1 | 32 – 41
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SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY AND THE RUSSIAN THOUGHT. THE (RE)CONSTRUCTION OF THE IDEA

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This paper analyses Georgian national identity from the position of liberal and constructivist approaches to international relations theory. Based on this theoretical framework, the aim of this text is to contribute to our understanding of how the European vector of Georgian national identity is constructed and how it impacts upon the pro-Western discourse of Georgian foreign policy. The research was conducted through an analysis of the academic literature supplemented by public opinion surveys in Georgia and the interviews with a Georgian academics and members of civil society, carried out in June and July 2015.
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32 – 41
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  • Institute of Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy, Jagellonian University in Kraków, Poland, michal.bohun@uj.edu.pl
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