Reconciling Past and Present in Lithuania

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1998 Number 9

Reconciling Past and Present in Lithuania
Leonadis Donskis, pages -

Abstract

Recognised as one of the most brilliant scholars of the new generation of Lithuanians, Leonidas Donskis provides a perspective on the painful process which a new eastern European nation must undergo in order to adapt itself to an increasingly global setting. The situation demands that it create not only a transparent political system but also a radical civil society capable of social innovation. Donskis is better placed than most to interpret the historical and cultural obstacles to modernisation which are inherent in new eastern European societies.

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Leonadis Donskis (1998) Reconciling Past and Present in Lithuania, Soundings, 1998(9), -

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