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  • Author:  Peter Bitsilli
  • Year: 27-11-2004
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  • Product Code:  58-01
  • SKU: 14.0014
  • ISBN: 954-321-055-1

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This collection contains six essays written over the years:

1. The Tragedy of Russian Culture;

2. Problems of modernity;

3. The problem of the universal language;

4. The League of Nations;

5. Two faces of the Eurasian;

6. The Heritage of the Empire.

The essays are filled with original ideas and astonishing insightful analysis that naturally becoming the object of increasing interest.

About the Author

Peter Bitsilli

Peter Bitsilli

Peter Mikhailovich Bitsilli (1879-1953) is a world-class scholar - a historian and philosopher of culture, a literary historian, a sociologist, an art historian. He has specialized in Italy, France an... Read more

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Tags: Culturology,Essays,Sociology,Political Science & Politics,Modern History

Year 27-11-2004
Pages 152
Size 130/200 мм
Weight 0.195 kg
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Culturology, Essays, Sociology, Political Science & Politics, Modern History

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