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LOGOS A Journal, of Religion, Philosophy, Comparative Cultural Studies and Art


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:. Tatiana Hajder
       Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine





Myth and Philosophy in the Slavic Science Fiction Novel

The article is dedicated to the problem of using reduced myth fragments at the formal level of fantastic literature. Despite the fact that the fantasy genre is the most consistent and traditional in the works of contemporary Ukrainian and Polish writers, the science fiction genre is still popular,. Therefore, certain genetic links and codes remain within the scope of the researchers. Мythology may be the one of such a codes. The variants of the fragmentary use of myth are exemplified in the works of K. Trukhanovsky and O. Berdnyk. Slavic fantasy SF literature is overshadowed by the world-renowned classics of the genre. Nevertheless, it also deserves the close attention of researchers.


Key Words: myth, science fiction, anthropocentric philosophy, Polish fiction, Ukrainian fiction


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