Vol 25 (2017)

Table of Contents

Mistakes of Performance in Social Roles Creation PDF
Andrius Pulkauninkas, Rusnė Kregždaitė 1-7
Shattering the Screen: Embodied Narrative in Digital Media PDF
Russell J. Cook 8-17
Community and Morality in the Digital Age PDF
Gábor Szécsi, Inez Koller 18-25
C. S. Peirce's Phaneroscopy as Early Communicology PDF
Rafael Duarte Oliveira Venancio 26-37
Scepticism in Information Society PDF
Vsevolod Ladov 38-47
Resistance to Western Popular and Pop-Culture in India PDF
Algis Mickūnas 48-62
Figurativeness in the Sense of Distraction (Studies by Lithuanian Authors) PDF
Laimutė Monginaitė 75-84
Amsterdam Residents and Their Attitude Towards Tourists and Tourism PDF
Roos Gerritsma, Jacques Vork 85-98
From the Guilty City to the Ideas of Alternative Urbanization and Alternative Modernity: Anti-Urbanism as a Border-Zone of City-Philosophy and Cultural Criticism in the Interwar Hungarian Political Thought PDF
Gábor Kovács 99-109
The Influence of Heritage Sites as Filming Locations on Tourists’ Decisions to Visit Sites and Their Perceptions of Them. Case Study: Game of Thrones PDF
Emily Bowyer 110-122
Crisis and Meaning: F. Kafka and the Law PDF
Luc Anckaert, Roger Burggraeve 123-134
Main Elements of H.-G. Gadamer’s Communication Hermeneutics PDF
Ștefan Vlăduțescu, Xenia Negrea, Dan Valeriu Voinea 135-144
Metropolitan Development and Modernity: a Phenomenological Approach PDF
Gábor Gyáni 145-154
The Philosophy of Heroic Civility in G. Ottlik’s Novel Buda PDF
Ferenc Hörcher 155-166

Review of the monograph PDF
Inna Ryzhkova 63-64
Review of the Book a Rift in the Everyday: a Dialogue that Lasted for 300 Cups of Coffee and Three Cartons of Cigarettes by A. Sergeev and B. Sokolov PDF
Vasiliy M. Voronov 65-66
Review of the Monograph PDF
Aleksandr Sautkin 67-68

Borders and Tolerance in Contemporary Political and Cultural Discourse PDF
Basia Nikiforova, Viggo Rossvær 69-74

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