I. Boldyrev: "Despite the obvious shortcomings of the postmodern approach, further development of these ideas may prove to be very promising for a deep and pluralistic understanding of the diversity of the current economic science."
V. Kantor: "Some people, however, are remembered not for what they did in their obvious capacities but by what they did for their own pleasure, when left alone and, therefore, absolutely free. ...The soft-spoken professor turned out to be a perspicacious and unkind observer of Russian reality, which he assessed from the point of view of classical liberalism. ...according to Nikitenko, much more heroism was needed to be a liberal favoring gradual progress than to be a revolutionary or even a suicide terrorist. Liberalism demands an incessant spiritual effort, which presupposes respect of the Other, of life and the dignity of all people."
V. Isakov, I. Isakova: "All elements of the conspiracy conception were arranged in a rigid structure: the centralized nature of a clandestine organization determined the nature of postrevolutionary power; doubts in the people's potentials led to the principle of a centralized clandestine structure that never involved the people for waging straggle. As a result, nearly all those involved in elaborating and developing the conspiracy conception admitted that the Russian people were inert and passive and that, therefore, the revolutionaries had to create not only an adequate formula of a revolution but also a formula of power and methods to be employed while building a new, postrevolutionary society. The most radical variant spoke of an inevitable party dictatorship."
A. Gryakalov: "Writing has to do with an 'anthropological constant'-the universal in man - his natural and substantial existence. But being in the stream of life implies a projection into the concrete, into actions for existence has features of uniqueness. Aesthetic experience is necessary as a special existential-anthropological and hermeneutic experience of work with the ultimate."
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|Source||Social Sciences, No.002 Vol.38, 2007, page(s):1-2|
|Place of Publication||Minneapolis-Moscow, USA-Russia|