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Ideas, intellectuals, and ideology in Russian history

Ideas, intellectuals, and ideology in Russian history

a festschrift in commemoration of the seventieth birthday of Nicholas Valentine Riasanovsky

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Published by Charles Schlacks in Los Angeles, CA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Festschrift.

Statementguest editor: Gary Marker.
SeriesRussian History -- vol.20 (1-4)
ContributionsRiasanovsky, Nicholas V. 1923-, Marker, Gary.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21279711M

  Combining topical reporting with delvings into the history of ideas and some political-philosophical musing in the author’s own voice, this relatively short book covers a vast canvas.


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This engendered the politics of paradigmatic pluralism, in Cited by: 2. Analysing history textbooks and popular history books that represent three key identity projects in Belarus, this study sheds light on the specific programmatic ideas of a new Russian-speaking.

In other words, ideas and ideologies count in history. They enable us to imagine new worlds and different types of society. Many paths are possible. —Thomas Piketty, Capital and Ideology.

Capital and Ideology opens with the surprising—from an economist—claim that inequality is not primarily economic, but political and and ideology in Russian history book.

What. Even the most serious student of contemporary Russia will get from this book a vastly deeper sense of what makes Russian intellectual life, for all of its vexed affinity with the West, fundamentally different.”—Foreign Affairs “The importance of this work lies in the remarkable, even extraordinary, research effort that underpins its writing.

Ideology And The Weltanschauung of the Intellectuals. Zygmunt Bauman. It has often been noted that the word “ideology” in its nearly two centuries long history underwent a truly bewildering semantic change, acquiring in the end a meaning exactly contrary to its original connotation.

"There could be no better time to publish a book on Eurasianism-a proto-fascist ideology elaborated by Russian émigrés of the s-since today's Russia has seen a surge in the popularity of nationalist, illiberal, and even totalitarian ideas, sometimes loosely identified with : Sergey Glebov.

T o bring a book into the world with 1, pages, there has to be a good reason. Thomas Piketty’s reason is that without a detailed account of the ideologies that have sustained inequality in. The Russian word intelligentsiya derived from the German word Intelligenz (intelligence) and identified and described the social stratum of people engaged in intellectual occupations; moreover, Boborykin also expanded the definition of intelligentsiya (producers of culture and ideology) to include artists (producers of high culture).

•Intellectuals •Imaginaries, ideology, and social domination. Ideas and the history of semantics is an aspect of the history of culture; language is at the same time a living thing and a base but keep system in place by reproducing its ideas) –Organic intellectuals.

Ideology has inevitably made for an authoritarian presumption on the part of master-intellectuals and marginal ones and assumes their antagonism to objective truth and science.

It is Feuer's contention that only when intellectuals abandon ideology in favor of science or scholarship will an unfortunate chapter in the history of human unreasonbe Reviews: 3. From Empire to Eurasia: Politics, Scholarship, and Ideology in Russian Eurasianism, s–s is a deeply learned book that offers an intellectual history of the Eurasianist movement at its origins in the s—the peak of its founders’ productivity, and the period during which a bare sort of consensus existed among them.

On the basis of exhaustive documentation from archives in Russia. intellectuals Intellectual history, also known as the history of ideas, refers to the study of the history of human thought and thinkers.

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Read: Russia’s twin nostalgias. In his landmark book, Political Pilgrims: Travels of Western Intellectuals to the Soviet Union, China, and Cuba, Paul Hollander wrote of the hospitality. It is a system of ideas that aspires both to explain the world and to change it.

This article describes the nature, history, and significance of ideologies in terms of the philosophical, political, and international contexts in which they have arisen. His new book, “Capital and Ideology,” weighs in at more than 1, pages. There is, of course, nothing necessarily wrong with writing a large book to propound important ideas: Charles Darwin.

The problem then becomes one of praxis; of intellectual work that is able to inquire into and evaluate the connection between ideas and their material affects and translate them into new ways of being as Marx and Engels called for in The German Ideology.

The process of re-evaluating ideas about the world can bring about the potential to. This paper examined growing trends of nationalism and patriotic ideology as represented in Russian history education. Authors performed a survey of history teachers (n = ) to determine their.

A wonderful anthology is Matt Zwolinski's Arguing About Political Philosophy. It goes beyond the old left-right debate and brings in a range of readings related to feminism, critical race theory and other heterodox ideas. Science in Russia and the Soviet Union. This book is an excellent as an introductory chapter into the scientific culture of Russia.

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Pipes traces Soviet "totalitarianism" to Alexander III, and others to Ivan the Terrible and the Mongols. Malia places Russia squarely in European intellectual history (untilat.

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The most typical of these categories of intellectuals is that of the ecclesiastics, who for a long time (for a whole phase of history, which is partly characterised by this very monopoly) held a monopoly of a number of important services: religious ideology, that is the philosophy and science of the age, together with schools, education.

Old Major is generally understood to represent not so much an idea in Russian history as a particular figure (actually, a German). In Chapter One of the novel, Major has just had a dream and wants.

Rasputin in Tokyo. Sato Masaru is not a name well-known to students of contemporary Japan, but perhaps it should be. Sato, b.a Foreign Ministry intelligence analyst and Russian expert, was driven from office and detained in the Tokyo Detention Centre for days from February to October on “malpractice” charges.

Reviews: Jean Pisani-Ferry on Hertie School website wrote: Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century blended history, statistics, and theory. Capital and Ideology, his new magnum opus, is long enough (1, pages) to lump together several books: a quantitative history of inequality through time and space, from medieval Europe and ancient India to present-day societies; a largely.

This book is a tour de force not merely because of the depth of the scholarship and the skill of the argument but also because Laruelle unveils a subject crucial to understanding today's Russia but never given proper due.

"Eurasianism," a much-bandied-about label meant to bundle together Russian nationalisms that set the country oª from and usually against the West, in fact has a long and. Throughout history, social and economic inequalities have been fueled and justified by different ideologies.

French economist Thomas Piketty’s latest book, Capital and Ideology, looks at the advent and fall of these ideologies, and how they could evolve in the recommends five great books to better understand these complex and always-evolving ideas, and their consequences for the world. Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy.

He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, history of Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas.

He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. The term ‘ideology’ was coined in by the French philosopher Destutt de Tracy (–).

He used it to refer to a new ‘science of ideas’ (literally, an idea-ology) that set out to uncover the origins of conscious thought and ideas. De Tracy’s hope was that ideology would eventually enjoy. H-Ideas is H-Net's network for scholarly collaboration on Intellectual History, the History of Ideas, and related fields.

H-Ideas is currently seeking new Book Review editors. See our call for Book. Ideology preordains your reaction to issues, ideas, and people, your view of politics, philosophy, economics, and history.

For the true believer, ideology is the Rosetta Stone of everything. It provides stock answers, conditions responses, and delivers one-size-fits-all explanations for complex political and cultural questions. This book traces the historical trajectory of one of the most momentous confrontations in the intellectual life of the Soviet Union the conflict between Einstein's theory of relativity and official Soviet ideology embodied in dialectical materialism.

Soviet attitudes toward Einstein's scientific and philosophical thought passed through several stages. Imagining Eurasia: The Poetics and Ideology of Olzhas Suleimenov's AZ i IA - Volume 60 Issue 2 - Harsha Ram. Hence, to belittle the socialist ideology in any way, to turn away from it in the slightest degree means to strengthen bourgeois ideology.

The political struggle of Social-Democracy is far more extensive and complex than the economic struggle of the workers against the employers and the government.

This report will present the Russian perspective, political ideology, and goals, as set out not only by Foreign Minister Lavrov but also by Russian President Vladimir Putin, and citing these ideas' roots in recent history. It will not, however, include an examination of the extent to which these ideas and goals can actually be implemented at.

Crossing Borders: Modernity, Ideology, and Culture in Russia and the Soviet Union by Michael David-Fox () By Stuart Finkel. Books, Europe, Ideas/Intellectual History, Writers/Literature. The Public Historian. Making History: Houston’s “Spirit of the Confederacy”. But the fashion I have in mind is the weariness of many NATO intellectuals with what they call “ideology,” and their proclamations of “the end of ideology.” So far as I know, this began in the mid-fifties, mainly in intellectual circles more or less associated with the Congress of Cultural Freedom and the magazine Encounter.

broad alliance of intellectuals against the Slavophile ideology. Instead of seeing Russia’s future lying in traditions, the Westernizers sought to challenge religion, society, and the entire political system of Russia and adopt those of Western Europe.

While the division widened between the two groups, the debate began to appear in journals and. Routledge, Abingdon, uk, New York, ny,pp. $ isbn: (paperback) $ isbn: (hardback) This book, by an outstanding connoisseur of Russian law and legal culture, already has attracted the attention of several reviewers, 1 which comes as no surprise given the author’s worldwide reputation.

In undertaking one more review of Law, Rights .Slavophile, in Russian history, member of a 19th-century intellectual movement that wanted Russia’s future development to be based on values and institutions derived from the country’s early history.

Developing in the s from study circles concerned with German philosophy, the Slavophiles were influenced greatly by Friedrich Schelling. The movement was centred in Moscow and attracted.(ii) The History of Law and Property (iii) The Contemporary Discussion of Communism Conclusion A Guide to Further Reading Part II: Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels: The Communist Manifesto A Note on the Text Preface to the German Edition of Preface to the Russian Edition of Preface to the German Edition of