Kosharnyy Valeriy Pavlovich, Doctor of philosophical sciences, professor, department of philosophy and social communications, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), email@example.com
Background. The ideas of representatives of classical Eurasianism, devoted to the justification of the concept of “subordinate economy”, functional interpretation of property, public-private system of economy are extremely relevant and organically fit into the context of modern disputes about the ways of socio-economic development of Russia, the need to strengthen the social responsibility of business and the state as a whole. The purpose of the work is to analyze the work of the participants of the Eurasian movement and to identify the main economic and sociological ideas.
Materials and methods. Implementation of research tasks was achieved on the basis of analysis of the main program documents and works of representatives of the Eurasian movement. A special place in the framework of this work is occupied by the works of P. N. Savitsky and N. N. Alexeyev, who made the main contribution to the formation of economic and sociological doctrine of the Eurasians of the 20–30s of the XX century. The methodological potential includes methods of comparative and historical-sociological analysis, which allow to study the texts of the founders of Eurasianism in a specific historical context.
Results. The economic and sociological concept of classical Eurasianism is studied. Its theoretical and methodological bases are analyzed, the doctrines about public-private system of economy, functional property, subjects of economic activity are considered.
Conclusions. The study of economic and sociological ideas of classical Eurasians allows us to conclude that the ideas of public-private system of economy, functional property, social responsibility of economic activity participants, value analysis of the
economic sphere can be taken into account when creating future projects in modern Russia.
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