An Introduction to Nineteenth Century Russian Slavophilism: Ru F. SamarinHardback Introduction to Nineteenth-century Russian Slavophilism
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- Publisher: Westview Press Inc
- Format: Hardback | 470 pages
- Dimensions: 165mm x 240mm x 32mm | 794g
- Publication date: 14 November 1991
- Publication City/Country: Boulder, CO
- ISBN 10: 0813380804
- ISBN 13: 9780813380803
The fourth volume in a study of 19th-century Russian Slavophilism, an ideological current now experiencing a revival. The book focuses on Samarin, youngest and most active of the Moscow Slavophils, who played a leading role in the emancipation of the serfs and in other reforms.
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Table of contents
Part 1 The making of a Slavophil: introduction; the 1820s - family and tutors; the 1830s - Moscow University; early 1840s - the dissertation; early 1840s - the struggle with Hegelianism; middle 1840s - in the Slavophil camp; middle 1840s - in government service; end of the 1840s - reviews, Riga and prison; the 1850s - the Slavophils on science, technology and farming; the 1850s - Samarin's studies and emancipation of the Serfs. Part 2 From Slavophil orthodoxy to reform: spirit and meaning of orthodoxy; rationalism, materialism and Slavophilism; national spirit, culture, Russia and the West; memorandum (Zapiska) on the emancipation of the Serfs; the drive for emancipation; Slavophil collaborators and the edict of 1861; official nationality; native soil and pan-Slavism.