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Sourav kumar
Jul 17, 2022
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Nineteenth-century Russian intellectuals and those of their Phone Number List contemporary epigones. Most of the former loved Europe and suffered from its supposed decline. In contrast, the latter seem to be motivated primarily by resentment and hostility towards the 'West', feelings arising from an indigestible combination of arrogance and inferiority Phone Number List complexes. Alexei , intellectual leader of the Slavophiles, and Fyodor Dostoevsky later, were deeply shocked by what they saw across Russia's western borders. Both realized, with a sigh, that after Phone Number List the revolutionary upheavals of the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Europe was out of joint, and that their country Phone Number List was called to heal its wounds with the power of the Russian spirit. "We Russians have two fatherlands: our own Russia and Europe, even though we call ourselves Slavophiles Dostoevsky said in his Diary of a .of 1876. "Europe, this is something terrible and sacred, Europe!" he Phone Number List wrote there the following year. "Oh gentlemen, do you have any idea how much we love Europe (...) Europe, this 'land of holy miracles'! Do you know how dear these 'miracles' are to us and how much we adore, with more than brotherly love and affection, those great tribes that populate it, along with all the great and glorious things Phone Number List they have accomplished? Do you know how many tears we Phone Number List have shed and how our hearts have beaten before the fate of this beloved land, this homeland, and what fear spreads in us before the clouds that hang over its horizon?»5. The writings of contemporary Phone Number List pro-Kremlin intellectuals lack such affection. For Dmitri Trenin, director of the Carnegie Center in Moscow, Europe is no longer a "homeland", "sacred" or even a "friend". For today's Phone Number List Russia it is simply.
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