Journal of Economics and Social Sciences

The relevance of the Dostoevsky´s "One special mot about the Slavs" in the context of the modern "Russian world"
Lilenko I.Yu. 1, Dorofeeva I.I. 2, Malysheva A.K. 2, Krymskaya L.A. 2

1. National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University
2. Tomsk State University

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The purpose of this research is to discover the parallel lines between the Dostoevskys philosophic conception of the Russian world and its future predictions in his political articles of A Writers Diary and Russias current role in politics regarding Slavic countries and the third parties. With great reference to Dostoevskys philosophical prose A Writers Diary as to a prophetic revelation, this has been done by analyzing the history of some relations underpinning the current situation. Through showing what Russias role is now to what Dostoevsky called The Russian world, this research reveals the most prominent discrepancies in between his predictions and the current state of affairs.

: Russian World, EU, NATO, Russo-Turkish war of 1877-1878, the Balkans, pan-Slavism, A Writers Diary, Dostoevsky


Lilenko I.Yu., Dorofeeva I.I., Malysheva A.K., Krymskaya L.A. The relevance of the Dostoevsky´s "One special mot about the Slavs" in the context of the modern "Russian world" // Journal of Economics and Social Sciences. – 2019. – 14;
URL: jess.esrae.ru/63-311 ( : 15.10.2019).


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