This is the third article which continues to investigate the theme of anarchism in the world an in Ukraine ('Filosofska dumka', 2008, 4; 2009, 2), the issue of the new wave of anarchism starting from the sixties of 20th century is traced here. The influence of Daniel Guérin and Situationist International on students' rebellions in 1968 is analyzed. The article presents also the investigation of the main tactical and theoretical directions of the anarchistic movement of the early 21st century on the basis of the sources of the considered period. The author tries to keep within the bounds of the objective analysis. He comes to the conclusion that modern anarchism as a socio-philosophical doctrine does not overstep the bounds of its classical origins. In the next, fourth article the same approach is applied to Ukraine from 1991 up to now. The article contains also the analysis of socio-political situation in Ukraine presuming from the analysis of the contemporary theorists of anarchism abroad.
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