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Russian intelligentsia

Stuart Ramsay Tompkins

Russian intelligentsia

makers of the revolutionary state

by Stuart Ramsay Tompkins

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Russia
    • Subjects:
    • Russia -- Intellectual life -- 1801-1917.,
    • Russia -- Politics and government -- 1801-1917.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementStuart Ramsay Tompkins.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDK32.7 .T58 1976
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 282 p., [4] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages282
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5209174M
      ISBN 100837186412
      LC Control Number75036516

      Making the Soviet Intelligentsia explores the formation of educated elites in Russian and Ukrainian universities during the early Cold War. In the postwar period, universities emerged as training grounds for the military-industrial complex, showcases of Soviet cultural and economic accomplishments and valued tools in international cultural : Benjamin Tromly. Among the least-chronicled aspects of post-World War II European intellectual and cultural history is the story of the Russian intelligentsia after Stalin. Vladislav Zubok turns a compelling subject into a portrait as intimate as it is provocative. Zhivago's children, the spiritual heirs of Boris Pasternak's noble doctor, were the last of their kind -- an intellectual and artistic community.

      Intelligentsia and Revolution Russian Views of Bolshevism, Jane Burbank. For five years following the Bolshevik victory in , the Russian revolution inspired a brilliant outburst of theory and criticism among Russian intellectuals struggling to comprehend their country's vast social upheaval. North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University .

      Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Doubt, Atheism, and the Nineteenth-Century Russian Intelligentsia by Victoria Frede (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! MARC RAEFF, the Boris Bakhmeteff Professor Emeritus of Russian Studies at Columbia University, is a scholar of pre-revolutionary Russia. His books include Understanding Imperial Russia, Origins of the Russian Intelligentsia, The Well-Ordered Police State, and Russian Abroad.5/5(1).


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Other articles where Intelligentsia is discussed: Vladimir Lenin: Formation of a revolutionary party: by many of the Russian intelligentsia was their adherence to the widespread belief of the Populists (Russian pre-Marxist radicals) that Marxism was inapplicable to peasant Russia, in which a proletariat (an industrial working class) was almost nonexistent.

The intelligentsia, in its peculiarly Russian sense, was a “‘class’ held together only by the bond of ‘consciousness,’ ‘critical thought,’ or moral passion” (Malia, 5). It was a group of people in the 19th century who questioned the problems that faced Russia—specifically the question of serfdom and class.

This book is a helpful and concise account that traces the roots of the Russian Revolution of back to the rise of the intelligentsia classes in the 19th century.

While not a particularly "readable" or engaging text, I do believe it does its job in Russian intelligentsia book the complicated and divergent social groups and political movements throughout the /5.

As early as a group of Russian thinkers brought out an influential book, Vekhi (Signposts), which railed against the narrowly positivistic and all-too political traditions of the Russian intelligentsia.

From the earliest years of Soviet power, creative. Buy a cheap copy of The Russian Intelligentsia book by Andrei Sinyavsky. Having returned to Russia in after two decades, the writer known as Abram Tertz creates a vivid picture of today's Russian intelligentsia and its role as Free shipping over $ Intelligentsia & Revolution: Russian Views of Bolshevism, [Burbank, Jane] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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The Russian Intelligentsia [PIPES, R] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Russian IntelligentsiaCited by: Go to Chapter One Section • Go to Book World's Review. The Russian Intelligentsia By Andrei Sinyavsky Translated by Lynn Visson Chapter One: The Intelligentsia and the People I was recently.

Origins of the Russian Intelligentsia book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Marc Raeff investigates the early development /5. Intellectual Culture: The End of Russian Intelligentsia Dmitri Shalin. No group cheered louder for Soviet reform, had a bigger stake in perestroika, and suffered more in its aftermath than did the Russian intelligentsia.

Today, nearly a decade after Mikhail Gorbachev unveiled his plan to reform Soviet society, the mood among Russian Author: Dmitri N. Shalin. Russian intelligentsia had a similar mixture of messianism and intellectual elitism. Isaiah Berlin has described it as follows: "The phenomenon itself, with its historical and literally revolutionary consequences, is, I suppose, the largest single Russian contribution to social change in the world.

The concept of intelligentsia must not be confused with the notion of intellectuals. This book examines the phenomenon of intelligentsia as political discourse, civic action, and embodied practice, focusing especially on the political agendas and personal choices confronting intellectuals in modern Russia.

Contributors explore the role of the Russian intelligentsia in dismantling th. -- What is the intelligentsia. \/ Martin Malia. -- The pre-Revolutionary intelligentsia and the legal order \/ Leonard Schapiro. -- The Russian intelligentsia on the eve of the revolution \/ Boris Elkin.

-- The historical evolution of the Russian intelligentsia \/ Richard Pipes. -- The structure of the Soviet intelligentsia \/ Leopold Labedz. The Russian Intelligentsia: From Torment to Silence (New Brunswick: Transaction Books, ).

Nahirny, Vladimir C., ‘ The Russian Intelligentsia: From Men of Ideas to Men of Convictions ’, Comparative Studies in Society and History 4 (). His book is an elegiac account of the final chapter in the history of the Russian intelligentsia, a group that survived revolution, civil war, Nazi onslaught and Stalinist repression, only to succumb to the supreme solvent of its life-ways: the free : Harvard.

The role of the Russian intelligentsia in the revolution has often been downplayed due to their alleged alienation from practical affairs, their commitment to some kind of abstract doctrine, and their moral disconnection from the autocracy and class privilege.

The cultural dichotomy between this theorizing elite and the toiling masses is evident, for example, in the prestige conferred on Author: Robert Daniels. The Hardcover of the The Russian Intelligentsia by Andrei Sinyavsky at Barnes & Noble.

FREE Shipping on $ or more. Holiday Shipping Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox Author: Andrei Sinyavsky.

Unlike other studies on this subject, which view the Russian intelligentsia as simply an objectively existing group, this book portrays the intelligentsia as a cultural story or myth, revealing that the intelligentsia's existence is a function of the intellectuals' abilities to construct moral : Taylor And Francis.

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Attacks on Intelligentsia: Censorship. Creative writers enjoyed great prestige in both the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union because of literature's unique role as a sounding board for deeper political and social issues.

Vladimir Lenin believed that literature and art could be exploited for ideological and political as well as educational.The second edition of The Russian Revolutionary Intelligentsia remains the best brief discussion of the key figures and movements among Russia's intelligentsia during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

It includes discussions of the Decembrists, nihilists, populists, and Marxists. This classic in intellectual history provides equal attention to theory and practice and contains an Cited by:   The Russian Intelligentsia develops a conceptually focused view of this distinct social group, arguing that the Russian intelligentsia can best be understood on the basis of orientation to ideas rather than on social or occupational : Vladimir C.

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