Isaeva Oksana Sergeevna, Senior lecturer, sub-department of philosophy, Penza State University
(40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), firstname.lastname@example.org
Kosharnyy Valeriy Pavlovich, Doctor of philosophy, professor, head of sub-department of philosophy, Penza
State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), email@example.com
Background. Sociological and philosophical heritage of the Russian post-revolutionary expatriate authors is an integral part of history of the Russian sociology and philosophy. Eurasianism appears here as one of the so-called post-revolutionary trends. The subject of the article is ideological and theoretical preconditions of the social project of Eurasians. The aim of the article is to reveal the ideas of Eurasians in Russia, exerting the greatest influence on formation and content of their philosophical and sociological views.
Materials and methods. Realization of the research tasks was achieved through the use of the works by Russian thinkers of XIXth century, researches by Russian scholars devoted to the subject matter. The methodological base included the comparative historical method, allowing to show the originality of the historical and sociological views of Russian thinkers.
Results. The article reveals theoretical sources of Eurasianism teaching on Russia, interprets its content, brings out main ideas of V. I. Lamansky, D. I. Mendeleev, A. P. Shchapov, which classical Eurasians were to a large extent guided by.
Cocnlusions. On the basis of the analysis of historical and sociological sources the author concluded that the given subject profile of the Russian historical and sociological process allows to extend the understanding of the fact that Eurasianism, being a post-revolutionary trend, at the same time had preconditions in a major tradition
of the geosociological, geopolitical, ethnographical Russian thought of the past.
classical Eurasianism, V. I. Lamansky, D. I. Mendeleev, A. P. Shchapov, post-revolutionary trend, geosociology.
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