Olger Bochkovsky on the Role of Religion in the People-Making Process

Authors

  • Leonid Kondratyk

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32420/2002.24.1374

Abstract

Olger Hippolyt Bochkovsky (1884-1939) is a prominent Ukrainian sociologist, publicist and political figure. The most important area of his studies is the process of creation in which he distinguishes between two stages - ethnogenesis and natiogenesis. The ethnogenetic process, according to O. Bochkovsky, lasted until the Great French Revolution. Its main result is the formation of the people as - ethnographic raw materials. Let us dwell on this in more detail.

Published

2002-11-26

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