Human in the World of Transit Culture: The Effect of Decolonial Turn on the Concept of Identity


The article is devoted to the concept of ”transit culture”. The relation of transit culture and the decolonization turn is explained. Identified differences in interpretations of culture in the framework of postcolonial turn and decolonial turn. The models of identity formed in hybrid and transit cultures are distinguished.

Keywords: decolonial turn, transit culture, human, culture, philosophy of culture, postcolonial studies, identity, methodology, discourse

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