The Great Russian revolution: modern version of art nouveau?

Author(s):  R.G. Abbasov, Belgorod National Research University, Belgorod, Russia,

A.S. Borisova, Belgorod National Research University, Belgorod, Russia,

V.P. Rimskiy, State Institute of arts and culture, Belgorod, Russia,

Issue:  Volume 42, №24

Rubric:  Human Being. Culture. Society

Annotation:  The article noted that the understanding of the "Russian revolution" ("the Russian revolutions") to critical ("terrible revolution") or apologetic ("Great Revolution") versions never left the field conscious and unconscious underground "discourse of modernity". In connection with the centenary anniversary of the Russian revolution published as a serious study of these "events" and Reanimania old "myths of revolution". "Myths of the revolution" in an obvious way and are connected with the "myths of revolution". The article considers the nature of the Russian revolution of 1917 as a single process, due to the complex conflicts in the development of world civilization Modern and Russian cultural-civilizational system: conflict of traditionalism, capitalism, and industrialism, the imperialist internationalization and cultural specificity

Keywords:  revolution, civilization, Modernism, traditionalism, capitalism, industrialism, liberalism, socialism, totalitarianism

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