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Myurberg I.I. - Labor pains of the “new identity” in light of Russian discourses on revolution (2008-2012) pp. 1-26

DOI:
10.7256/2409-868X.2015.4.14882

Abstract: The subject of this research is the analysis of the yet another stage of realization of the project of formation of national idea by the Russian political thought. The author affirms that the start of the search for national idea coincided with the establishment of the concept of identity within the sociopolitical discourse of the nation; a link is identified between these two processes. The author formulated a thesis on the nature of the connection between the search for Russian identity and a number of trends and movements within the sociopolitical life of the country. Thus, during the 1990’s this search has spontaneously became a chain reaction of “sovereignization” of the many constituents of the Russian Federation. Later, at the brink of the centuries, the search for the new Russian identity became one of the main factors of the formation of interest towards the topic of revolution. The critical analysis of the content of most representative, in author’s opinion, works on revolution, emerging in the country during 2008-2012, allowed us to demonstrate the intrinsic to the Russian discourse on revolution internal tendency to fade, which formed prior to the unfolding of the events in Ukraine of 2014-2015. This conclusion allowed the author to forecast the emerging public demand for a conservative alternative to the aforementioned forms of search for modern Russian identity.  
Romanovskaya V.B., Romanovskaya L.R. - Law, Religion, Morals and the Absolute Good in Soloviev's Creative Work pp. 187-198

DOI:
10.7256/2306-420X.2014.6.13686

Abstract: As subject of the real research the creative heritage of the great Russian philosopher Vladimir Sergeyevich Solovyov acts. During an era of individualism, a priority of human rights, ideologies of society of consumers, expansion of the western values with special sharpness in Russia rise problems of moral improvement of the personality, preservation of traditional moral and legal way, providing a personal freedom not through permissiveness, and through the spiritual growth and development of ability to self-restriction. Answers to all these questions given at the end of the XIX century in works of Vl. Solovyov, don't lose the relevance and to this day. Now, more than ever, the world needs Good "justification". Authors of article analyze the main ideas of the philosophical and legal concept of the final period of creativity of Vl. Solovyov. On the basis of application of methods of the comparative analysis, a hermeneutics, the contextual analysis, historical and legal and others authors come to a conclusion that the highest purpose of the right consists in serving the purposes of moral progress of society, and this idea is the cornerstone of legal philosophy of V. S. Solovyov.
Popova S.M. - Analysis of Foreign and Russian Experience in the Development of Digital Infrastructure of Socio-Humanitarian Researches pp. 208-251

DOI:
10.7256/2409-868X.2015.1.13820

Abstract: The subject of the present research is the contemporary Russian and foreign experience in the development of the digital research infrastructure in the field of social studies and humanities including history. Internet Revolution and the transfer to the 'information society' have drastically changed not only the place and role of information and communication technologies in science and everyday life but even our image of possible forms of scientific researches. Special attention is paid to the encouragement of creation of sustainable scientific 'ecosystems' based on digital research infrastructures and deliberate support of the processes of self-organization of the research community. To achieve the objectives of the research the author has applied the methods of analysis, synthesis, data systematisation, comparative-historical, systems, structural and other scientific methods. The author makes a conclusion that the digital infrastructure of socio-humanitarian researches in the Russian Federation is quite behind such infrastructures of the global and European levels. One of the reasons for that is the opinion that the research infrastructure should be represented only by the centers of collectively used scientific equipment and unique researches in the field of natural sciences. In addition, a serious obstacle for the development of the digital research infrastructure in our country in social humanities is that digital technologies are usually excluded from the priorities of the state science advancement policy. The author provides a review of the Russian Internet resources (2000 - 2014) that can be important elements of the Russian digital infrastructure in the field of history. 
Romanovskaya L.R. - To the Problem of an Import Phase-out in the Ideological and Legal Framework of Russia pp. 460-471

DOI:
10.7256/2409-868X.2015.3.15163

Abstract: In 2014-2015 the strategy of an import phase-out became one of the main directions of the Russian government’s activity. There are several industries where the import phase-out  is not just desirable but strategically necessary. But is it just a question of Economy? The author of the article believes that the scientific community should think of the import phase-out in other spheres: ideology, education, political and legal framework. On the state level it is necessary to re-focus from the Western models and paradigms to the national-oriented ones. To solve the researcher’s tasks the following methods have been used: dialectic general philosophy method, general scientific methods of system-oriented analysis, a method of synthesis, induction and deduction and such particular legal methods as rather-legal, historical and legal, technical and others. The author makes a conclusion that Russia needs a new national idea to keep its real sovereignty, for further development, for a chance to keep Russia as a world leader, to build a multipolar world, to deepen the integrative processes in Eurasian community and beyond in the conditions of globalization.
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