Milestones and Russian intellectual history

Studies in East European Thought 62 (1):101 - 107 (2010)
Milestones was a manifesto of rightwing, anti-revolutionary liberalism, according to which the political events of 1905 should have officially concluded the intelligentsia’s battle against autocracy and inaugurated the intelligentsia’s cooperation with Russia’s “historical rulers” to turn the country into an economically and culturally strong “state of law.” All the Milestones ’ authors agreed that Russia’s intellectual history was not identical with the traditions of the radical intelligentsia, and that there was need for a new intellectual canon focused on religious thought and efforts to define the Russian national identity.
Keywords Intelligentsia  Liberalism  Legal Marxists  P. Struve  N. Berdjaev
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