We Are All Soviet People

Russian Studies in Philosophy 33 (1):88-89 (1994)
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It seems to me that what is lacking in all the arguments of the participants, all of which I have listened to with great interest, is an understanding of one truth, and that is, that it is only with major qualifications that one can look at our Soviet history as the continuation of Russian history and ourselves as the continuers of the many- centuries-old tradition of Russian culture. We have all been "sculpted" not by Russian but by Soviet history and Soviet life. And, of course, this also applies to the Russian Orthodox church



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