Series 6
PHILOSOPHY. CULTURE STUDIES. POLITICAL SCIENCE. LAW. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Issue 1, 2014

Contents Page
PHILOSOPHY
1 Dictatorship over the proletariat: critical appraisal of the Soviet experience in the R. Luxemburgs heritage
Dudnik S. I.
5-13
2 Russian Renaissance: its origin and specifics
Zamaleev A. F.
14-21
3 Theory of historical-cultural types of N.Ya. Danilevsky evolution of intellectual nature
Polatayko S. V.
22-35
4 Pythagorean teaching of number and mathematical character of natural science in the Modern Era
Shaposhnikova Y. V.
36-40
5 Humanism and Terror: Boundaries of Violence. Careful Reading of Essay by M. Merleau-Pont
Smirnova E. L.
41-47
CULTURE STUDIES
6 Intercultural dialogue: problems and prospects of studies
Ornatskaya L. A.
48-60
7 The theme of madness in Russian literature
Hubilava G. G.
61-70
CTUAL PROBLEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
8 Path dependence in the methodology of political and cultural studies contemporary Russian institutional dynamics
Zavershinskiy K. F.
71-79
9 On meaning of the British legal tradition in the USA political discourse
Gutorov V. A., Varlamov A. G.
80-91
10 Legitimacy crises in Russian political history
Lantsov S. A.
92-101
11 Coordinatinative network model of innovative policy: structural characteristics and effectiveness
Kurochkin A. V.
102-110
12 Contemporary public sphere and public values: Russian and foreign practices
Volkova A. V.
111-118
13 Respect for the rights and freedoms of the students
Mutagirov D. Z.
119-126
14 Russian-Turkish Relations in the XXI Century: Tendencies and Difficulties
Yagya V. S., Solomina D. V.
127-138
HARD AND SOFT POWER IN WESTERN COUNTRIES FOREIGN POLICIES
15 Soviet Foreign Policy in the Assessment of the Joint Intelligence Committee of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (19441945)
Portnyagin D. I.
139-145
16 Reforming Modern Foreign Cultural Policy of France
Nikolaeva Y. V.
146-153
17 International Development Programs in Russian Public Diplomacy: Assessing the Experience of USAID Action Overseas
Tsvetkova N. A., Yarygin G. O., Antonova I. A.
154-163