Political Philosophy of Eurasianism: Paradigmatic Foundations and Their Limitations
Keywords:Eurasianism, Russia, neo-Eurasianis, features of Russian Eurasianism, paradigm, characteristics of the main social-philosophical and political views of representatives of Russian Eurasianism
The article examines, in relation to the data of modern science and current geopolitical trends, the key ideas of the founders of Eurasianism, analyzes the transformation of the ideology of Eurasianism in the modern ideological and political space of Russia. The authors pay attention to the concepts of “neo-Eurasianism” and attempts to revive Eurasian ideas and supplement them with new original views. Eurasianism, being one of the largest and most significant philosophical, political and ideological projects of the XX century, as well as neo-Judaism, which became its logical continuation, attracted the attention of a large number of both supporters and opponents
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