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Lan­guage on Dis­play: Writ­ers, Fic­tion and Lin­guis­tic Cul­ture in Post-Sovi­et Rus­sia
BuchcoverPost-Sovi­et Rus­sia was a peri­od of lin­guis­tic lib­er­al­i­sa­tion, insta­bil­i­ty and change with var­ied attempts to reg­u­late and leg­is­late lan­guage usage. This book looks at how these debates fea­tured in lit­er­a­ture and illus­trates the dis­cus­sion through six inter­pre­tive read­ings of post-Sovi­et Russ­ian prose.
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Russ­ian intel­li­gentsia in search of an iden­ti­ty. Between Dostoevsky’s oppo­si­tions and Tolstoy’s holism
BuchcoverRuss­ian Intel­li­gentsia in Search of an Iden­ti­ty con­sid­ers the prob­lem of the Russ­ian intelligentsia’s self-iden­ti­fi­ca­tion in its his­toric-philo­soph­i­cal and his­toric-cul­tur­al aspects. The mono­graph traces the rise of the intel­li­gentsia, from the 18th cen­tu­ry to the present day, prob­lema­tiz­ing its cen­tral ideas and themes. In this his­tor­i­cal con­text, it pro­ceeds to inves­ti­gate the dis­tinc­tive intel­lec­tu­al, spir­i­tu­al and bio­graph­i­cal oppo­si­tion of Dos­to­evsky and Tol­stoy in rela­tion to the char­ac­ter and fate of the Russ­ian intel­li­gentsia, with its pat­terns of thought, ide­ol­o­gy, fun­da­men­tal val­ues and behav­ioral mod­els. Spe­cial atten­tion is giv­en to the bina­ry pat­terns of the intelligentsia’s con­scious­ness, as opposed to dia­log­i­cal and holis­tic modes of appre­hen­sion.
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