Russian Sources of the German Conservative Revolution:
Arthur Moeller van den Bruk




For citation:

Allenov S.G. Russian Sources of the German Conservative Revolution: Arthur Moeller van den Bruk. Polis. Political Studies. 2001. No. 3. P. 123. (In Russ.)



Abstract
The name of Arthur Moeller van den Bruk is nowadays known only in the relatively narrow circles of his ideological heirs right-radically minded intellectuals or, else, to researchers of politics and culture of the 20th century Germany. Meanwhile the work of this man of letters in many respects determined the make-up of the German nationalism of the 1920s and early 1930s, and his book entitled The Third Reich had a reputation for being the manifesto of the conservative revolution declared by him, too. This article retraces the evolution of Moellers views thus reconstructing a course of evolution typical for representatives of his generation from cultural pessimism to political radicalism. In the course of this reconstruction, the authors attention is attracted mainly by Moellerss passion, far from fortuitous, for Dostoyevskys inner world passion that received peculiarly transformed interpretation in the ideology of the German revolutionary conservatism.

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