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Опубликовано 2009-03-24 Опубликовано на SciPeople2009-03-24 20:35:46 ЖурналRussian Social Science Review , XVIII, NO. 3, May-June, 2007

Is the Transition to Authoritarianism Irreversible?
Gavrov Sergey Nazipovich / Sergey Gavrov
Russian Social Science Review , XVIII, NO. 3, May-June, 2007. Russian Politics and Law, 45, no. 1 (2007): 20-30. WorldCat ISSN:1061-1428 OCLC:260019682
Аннотация Similarly the Russian philosopher Sergei Gavrov argues with regard to the loud assertions of Western military-political threats now in vogue that, The threats are utopian, the probability of their implementation is negligible, but their emergence is a sign. This sign—a message to “the city and the world”—surely lends itself to decoding and interpretation: we will defend from Western claims our ancient right to use our imperial (authoritarian and totalitarian) domestic socio-cultural traditions within which power does not exist to serve people but people exist to serve power.


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