Deconstruction of Natural Order: The Legacy of the Russian Revolution


Joachim Diec (ed)
Uniwersytet Jagielloński


The book focuses on selected far-reaching consequences of the Russian Revolution: the transformation of law and legal culture, aberrations in international behavior, opening the way to nationalism as a motive for another revolution and timeless gnostic thinking, which underlay the revolutionary events and has never lost its orignial productivity in Russia. The authors try to present the legacy of the revolution in the context of the category of natural order. The analysis is based on four problematic issues: the nature of unnaturalness, the problem of equality, which involves the distinction between the people and the elite, the relation between the revolution and the natural order and the understanding of natural order from the pragmatic perspective.



December 31, 2017

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ISBN-13 (15)