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Imagination as a breaker of the border

Andrey Vinogradov

pp. 207-214

The topic stated in the title can cause confusion. Indeed, the notion of the breaker of the borders contains a clear negative connotation and when it is used as a characteristic of imagination, an impression appears that it is accused of something: whoever breaks the border violates the law. He becomes a criminal and should be judged for it. Let's try to understand whether imagination is guilty of anything, whose borders it violates, and whether it is necessary to punish it for that?

Publication details

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-99392-8_16

Full citation:

Vinogradov, A. (2019)., Imagination as a breaker of the border, in J. Selmer methi, A. Sergeev & B. Nikiforova (eds.), Borderology: cross-disciplinary insights from the border zone, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 207-214.

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