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The article deals with the concept of the Russian national type of personality by G. P. Fedotov. The author finds the connection between Fedotov’s views and the theory of moderate social constructivism, according to which the formation of nation by elite can be successful only if it comes in accordance with geographical and historical ‘landscapes‘. Russian type of personality is seen as a unity of two polar characters - ‘the muscovite‘ and ‘the intelligent‘. The author points out that Fedotov considers culture as a main factor in the development of history, which makes the very existence of intelligentsia the most important condition of solving many social problems in Russia
Keywords national character   historical philosophy   spiritual elite   the formation of the nation   the Russian saints   the culture   the Russian intellectual   Muscovite   the historical experience of the people
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DOI 10.15643/libartrus-2015.4.1
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