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M.E. Sharpe, Nov 16, 1994 - History
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A collection of essays first published in Moscow in 1909. Writing from various points of view, the authors reflect the diverse experiences of Russia's failed 1905 revolution. Condemned by Lenin and rediscoverd by dissidents, this translation has relevance for discussions on contemporary Russia.
 

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Contents

Philosophical Verity and Intelligentsia Truth
1
Reflections on the Religious Nature of the Russian Intelligentsia
17
Creative SelfConsciousness
51
Notes on Its Life and Sentiments
71
The Intelligentsia and Legal Consciousness
91
The Intelligentsia and Revolution
115
A Characterization of the Russian Intelligentsias Moral Outlook
131
A Guide to Names and Terms
157
A Vekhi Bibliography
171
Index
181
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