The French Revolution In Russian Intellectual Life: 1865-1905

Hardcover | October 1, 1996

byDmitry Shlapentokh

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The interest of Russian intellectuals in the French Revolution demonstrates that some Russian thinkers of the 19th century had begun to question the concept of Russia's uniqueness. Yet most of them came to believe that the French Revolution (which they tended to equate with the Western experience) was irrelevant not only to Russia but to the rest of the world as well. They saw, perhaps correctly, that the Western experience, with the French Revolution as its symbol, was foreign to Russian destiny. Most of the Russian intellectuals of that time had rightly foreseen Russia, and to some degree the rest of the world's future, as following an authoritarian/totalitarian model of development.

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The interest of Russian intellectuals in the French Revolution demonstrates that some Russian thinkers of the 19th century had begun to question the concept of Russia's uniqueness. Yet most of them came to believe that the French Revolution (which they tended to equate with the Western experience) was irrelevant not only to Russia but ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:216 pages, 5.98 × 9.01 × 0.62 inPublished:October 1, 1996Publisher:Praeger Publishers

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ISBN - 10:0275955737

ISBN - 13:9780275955731

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?Brief, informative, and based on a wide range of materials, the book is a good introduction to the complex problem of the thought of the old Russian intelligensia.??Choice