Words and Meanings. By the Rules of Fate: the Russian Idea

Words and Meanings. By the Rules of Fate: the Russian Idea


Ilyin M.V.,

Professor, Head of the Center for Advanced Methodologies of Social and Humanitarian Research, Institute of Scientific Information for Social Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Professor, HSE University; Professor, MGIMO University, mikhaililyin48@gmail.com


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For citation:

Ilyin M.V. Words and Meanings. By the Rules of Fate: the Russian Idea . Polis. Political Studies. 1996. No. 4. P. 81. (In Russ.)



Content No. 4, 1996

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