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Pavel Simashenkov
Samara State Medical University
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The article provides an analysis of the views of Russian thinkers on historical progress; the concepts of freedom-opportunity, freedom-necessity, time and space are explored. Comparing the western and domestic approaches to the formation of the so-called "national idea", the author formulates his own hypothesis of progress, based on the creativity of the Person as conciliar unity.
Keywords russia  ideology  national idea  superation  historical progress  creativity  evolution  moral philosophy  social ethics
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