Subculture of power and russian social order:
M.M. Speransky’s reform experience




For citation:

Zhukova O.A. Subculture of power and russian social order: M.M. Speransky’s reform experience . – Polis. Political Studies. 2013. No 2. P. 179-187 (In Russ.)



Abstract

The author claims that M.M. Speransky’s reform experience is still actual and opens a question of the possibility of liberal way of development for Russian state and society. It also makes one think about cultural specifics of Russian history and may serve as a methodological basis for revision of some aspects of Russian liberalism and conservatism.

Keywords
power metaphysics; social order; reforms; state-bureaucratic traditionalism; liberalism; radicalism; safeguard.


Content No 2, 2013

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