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Vestnik Volgogradskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta. Seriâ 4. Istoriâ, Regionovedenie, Meždunarodnye Otnošeniâ
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  • M.I. Tugan-Baranovsky and his attitude to Marxism

    Tugan-Baranovsky Dzuchi Mihaylovich (2013)
    In the article the author challenges the point of view widespread in the Soviet literature that M.I.Tugan-Baranovsky initially was not a Marxist. In his opinion, the Russian thinker at first was sincerely keen on Marxism, but divided not everything in it. Already in his first scientific article “About the value reasons”(1890) he made amendments to the theory of value of Karl Marx. Strictly speaking, his master thesis about industrial crises was not quite Marxist. In it he came to a conclusion...

    Abbot A. Barruel about the Causes and Organizers of the French Revolution

    Sergey E. Kiyasov (2017)
    The article deal with the version of participation in the events of the French revolution of secret organizations, proposed by Catholic priest and publicist Augustin Barruel. According to the emigrant abbot, who became a witness and participant in the revolutionary processes, those events were organized by the conspirators represented by philosophers-enlighteners, masons and illuminati, who joined after 1789 in the Club of the Jacobins. A. Barruel shared his views in a multivolume work, which...

    Political science and problems of falsification of political history

    Karabushchenko Paul Leonidovich (2013)
    The thought that a policy and lie are already almost synonyms and that politicians are compelled to lie and increase day by day lie of the predecessors, for the sake of achievement of the political ends, not always to equitable interests of the people has taken roots in modern public consciousness. The society regards a policy as one of the most forged spheres of professional work, because there are some reasons for it. Presence or absence of a lie becomes one of the main criteria in an estim...

    Published Works of Professor A.S. Skripkin

    Balabanova Mariya Afanasyevna; Dyachenko Aleksandr Nikolaevich (2015)
    Published Works of Professor A.S. Skripkin.

    Parabiblical and Biblical Chronographic Compilations in Simeon’s Bulgaria

    Anna-Maria Totomanova (2017)
    The paper explores the role of a lost Byzantine chronographic compilation in shaping Bulgarian historiographic model in the early 10th c. The compilation was translated into Bulgarian by order of Tsar Simeon the Great and survived in five Russian copies of 15–16th cc. belonging to a closed textological recension with strong traces of a Glagolitic Old Bulgarian original. The first part of the compilation contains a large and coherent excerpt of Africanus Chronography that gives a concise b...
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