The Russian Idea at the End of the Twentieth Century

Russian Studies in Philosophy 35 (4):24-38 (1997)
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The title of this article raises a question: Does the author think that this idea, at the beginning of the twentieth century and during the nineteenth century, was something different from what it is now at the end of the twentieth century? Yes, the author does think so: at the end of the present century the Russian idea has changed, though its new features are still visibly weaker than its former, traditional features, and our future all but depends on which carries the day—the old or the new—in this Russian idea. Alas, there is much evidence that things will take their usual course



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