5 edition of The Petrashevtsy found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||DK211 .S43 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 312 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||85015272|
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InPetrashevsky's apartment became the venue for social gatherings of intellectuals, which from took place on a weekly basis. These meetings were later dubbed pyatnitsy ("Fridays") and those attending them would be known as Petrashevtsy.
 The latter came to Petrashevsky's house and used his personal library, which contained banned books on materialist philosophy Born: 13 November [O.S. 1 November]The Petrashevtsy book.
"Petrashevtsy trial" means "the Case of the Petrashevtsy", appropriately suggesting police or detective work, as in a Sherlock Holmes adventure. In Russia, however, the equivalents of Holmes and Scotland Yard not only investigated possible crimes and enforced the laws, they also made the laws and exclusively passed judgment on them.
In the Russia of the tsars, people who criticized or questioned the autocratic prerogatives of the sovereign were brutally suppressed and sometimes actively persecuted. So imbedded was this official hostility to anyone hoping to change or even influence government policy, that even the most high-minded reformers came to understand that the only way they could succeed was to overthrow the.
On Novema Russian court sentences Fyodor Dostoevsky to death for his allegedly antigovernment activities linked to a radical intellectual group. This book covers virtually all the significant Russian thinkers from the age of Catherine the Great Down to the eve of the Revolution.5/5(1).
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This book provides readers with an exhaustive account of relationships between various Russian thinkers with an examination of how those thinkers relate to a number of figures and trends in Western The Petrashevtsy book and in the broader history of ideas.
and positive stages) found supporters in Russia among men connected with the Petrashevtsy. Books for Review; Other Slavic Journals J.H. Seddon, The Petrashevtsy: A Study of the Russian Revolutionaries of Padraic Kenney: Peter Kenez, The Birth of the Propaganda State: Soviet Methods of Mass Mobilization Wayne Dowler:.
This history of Russian thought was first published in Polish in and subsequently appeared in a revised and expanded publication.
The current volume begins with Enlightenment thought and Westernization in Russia in the 17 th century and moves to the religious-philosophical renaissance of first decade of the 20 th century. This book provides readers with an exhaustive account of.
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The book opens with two scene-setting chapters: one looking at the political and social structure peculiar to Russia, and the second looking at the cultural and intellectual background.
of Nicholas 20 Chaadaev's 'Philosophical Letter' 23 Slavophilism 25 Liberal Westernizers 29 Belinsky 33 Herzen 37 The Petrashevtsy 41 VI Contents 5. The book deals with the history of Russian philosophy and ideas from the Enlightenment to the religious-philosophical renaissance of the first decade of the 20th century.
It provides readers with an exhaustive account of relationships between various Russian thinkers and an examination of how those thinkers relate to a number of figures and trends.
[=The Utopia of the Petrashevtsy. An Outline of the Main Issues]. Annales UMCS, Sec. I, Vol. XXX () 6, pp. Danilewski: Rosyjska antycypacja filozofii Oswalda Spenglera. [=Nicholas Danilevsky. Russian Anticipation of Oswald Spengler’s Philosophy]. Philosophon Agora, Vol.
1 (), pp. SELECTED CHAPTERS IN BOOKS (RECENT. The narratives of this generation of unfortunates from the western edge of Imperial Russia contribute to our cultural knowledge about famous Russian exiles, including the Decembrists and the Petrashevtsy both because of their shared experience and common language.
This collection therefore imparts to the reader not only a better understanding of the hardships of the carceral continuum but. The book opens with two scene-setting chapters: one looking at the political and social structure peculiar to Russia, and the second looking at the cultural and intellectual background.
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The Petrashevsky circle, or Petrashevtsy, were a circle of advanced Russian intellectuals of the 's, whose central figure was M. Petra-shevsky (). The Tsarist government of Nicolas I learned of the republican and libertarian nature of the meetings and speeches of the Petrashevtsy through a provocateur, and in arrested the.
Raznochintsy in Russia in the 18th and 19th centuries, a category of the population consisting of individuals who did not belong to a particular class, or estate.
It included members of the clergy, merchant class, petite bourgeoisie, peasantry, minor officials, and impoverished noblemen who had received an education and had left their former social.The book is handsomely produced with hitherto unpublished interesting illustrations and has clear maps.
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