Tribune of the Slavophiles
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Tribune of the Slavophiles Konstantin Aksakov. by Edward Chmielewski

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Published by University of Florida Press in Gainesville, Fla .
Written in English

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  • Aksakov, Konstantin.

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SeriesUniversity of Florida monographs : Social sciences -- no.12, University of Florida monographs -- no.12.
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Open LibraryOL20074578M

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The Slavophiles developed their views in ideological disputes, which became aggravated after the publication of Philosophical Letters by Russian philosopher Pyotr Chaadayev. The Slavophiles offered substantiation for Russia’s unique way of historical development that was completely different from the Western European model. Slavophile, in Russian history, member of a 19th-century intellectual movement that wanted Russia’s future development to be based on values and institutions derived from the country’s early history. Developing in the s from study circles concerned with German philosophy, the Slavophiles were influenced greatly by Friedrich Schelling. The movement was centred in .   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Tribune of the Slavophiles, Tribune of the Slavophiles: Konstantin Aksakov, Tribune of the Slavophiles, The Polish question in the Russian State Duma, The fall of the Russian Empire. Slavophiles the exponents of Slavophilism, a trend in Russian social and philosophical thought in the ’s and ’s. The Slavophiles maintained that Russia’s path of historical development was fundamentally different from that of Western Europe. The Slavophiles believed that Russia’s uniqueness lay in the absence of a class struggle in its.

This is a list of 19th-century Russian Slavophiles. Slavophilia is an intellectual movement originating from the 19th century that wanted the Russian Empire to be developed upon values and institutions derived from its early history. Slavophiles were especially opposed to the influences of Western Europe in Russia. There were also similar movements in Poland, .   "Laura Engelstein's writing is always thoughtful and instructive. The essays in Slavophile Empire are a pleasure to read. They illuminate the battle that Russian thinkers and artists waged with one another and with the government to define the terms of Russia's encounter with modernity and indeed to define what it meant to be Russian in a modern world whose Cited by: The Slavophiles and Zapadniki were two contrasting Russian philosophical camps that took shape in the early 19 th century. Fierce debate raged between the two sides as each addressed a very important question; what path should the nation of Russia take in its development, and what was its place in world history? The result is an absorbing, intelligent, succinct, and utterly persuasive description of the Slavophiles and their place in Russian and European ideas. She supplies evidence that Russian experience was fundamentally within the realm of European history—a controversial idea that makes the book exciting reading.”.

Philosophical doctrines of Slavophiles and Westerners was made in years of the XIX century, and were devoted to the analysis of the historical experience of Russia in the comparative-historical context with the countries of the East and the West. These discussions touched on the variety of historical and political issues. Slavophile synonyms, Slavophile pronunciation, Slavophile translation, English dictionary definition of Slavophile. also Slavophil n. 1. An admirer of Slavic peoples or their culture. Slavophiles and Westernizers, designation for two groups of intellectuals in midth-century Russia that represented opposing schools of thought concerning the nature of Russian civilization. The differences between them, however, were not always clear cut. Source for information on Slavophiles and Westernizers: The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. dictionary. Russia and the West in the teaching of the Slavophiles;: A study of romantic ideology [Nicholas Valentine Riasanovsky] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From acknowledgements in front of book: My study of the Slavophiles is a result of a long-standing interest in Russian history5/5(1).