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Publications of Korolev Sergei Alekseevich
Philosophy and Culture, 2016-1
Korolev S.A. - Government: goal-setting and worldview

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10.7256/2454-0757.2016.1.16311

Abstract: This article examines government as a specific constituent of the historical action, its interrelation with the nation and civil society, as well as characteristic to it algorithms of perception of reality and the effect upon it. A special attention is given to the analysis of the common to government type of rationality and formed by it worldview. An important place belongs to the characteristic of the two types of governments – creative and reactive. A special attention is given to the functioning of the reactive government, ways of its self-preservation, mechanisms of providing control over the society, as well as the prospects of the development of society itself under the similar circumstances. The author differentiates the notions of “state” and “government”, which allows him to identify a number of typological conflicts between the state (as a combination of institutions) and the government (as a political regime). Scientific novelty of the methodological approach consists in the ability to annihilate the whole layer of government mythology, which particularly suggests to identify the government and the state, and detect an entire chain of conflicts, without understanding of which it is impossible to establish control of the civil society over the government, as well as full functionality of the government institutions.
Philosophical Thought, 2015-9
Korolev S.A. - On the Issue of mongolization of Rus pp. 81-106

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10.7256/2409-8728.2015.9.16518

Abstract: The author examines the issue of the Mongol supremacy and its influence upon the development of Russia. The article presents various points of view on this issue that exist within the philosophical and historical literature, including the concepts of the ideologist of Eurasianism. The aspects of derivation of the Mongol models of government are being reviewed; we should note the presence of certain lag, which is substantiated by the fact that Moscovian rulers could understand the Mongol technologies in its entirety only after the liberation from the Mongol yoke. The author critically analyzes the version about the dominant influence of Byzantine Empire on the development of post-Mongol Rus’. The differentiation of the notions “state”, “authority”, and “governing techniques” lies in the foundation of this research. This allows showing a real derivation of the Mongol governing techniques by the Moscovian rulers. The author comes to a conclusion about the evidence of mongolomorphic pseudomorph – overlapping of the Horde-era matrixes of governance with the Russian society and institutions. This process had an extremely negative and long-lasting effect upon the development of Rus’. The Byzantine ideology was primarily used to legitimize the mongolomorphic system of governing techniques.
Philosophy and Culture, 2015-7
Korolev S.A. - Russia and Byzantine Law: Cancelled Pseudomorphosis?

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10.7256/2454-0757.2015.7.14901

Abstract: The article discusses the process of reception of Byzantine law in Russia as part of the first Russian pseudomorphosis. Considerable attention is paid to the attempt of legal reforms undertaken by Prince Vladimir Svyatoslavich shortly after the beginning of the Christianization of Russia. In particular, the replacement of the traditional vira (fine) as a punishment for murder and "razboynichestvo" with the death penalty is the subject of analysis. The comparison of the two components of the first Russian pseudomorphosis: religious (Christianization) and legal (transformation of laws and practices, the introduction of the ecclesiastical courts, and so on) was carried out. Methodologically, the author relied on traditional methods of analysis, synthesis, systematization as well as the principle of historicism. In his paper Korolev has widely used the conclusions of domestic and foreign philosophers, historians, legal experts and religious scholars resulting from their work on the matter. The author concludes that the legal norms and principles of Byzantium borrowed and adapted in Russia was extremely fragmented. Byzantine law was taking root primarily through the church and the ecclesiastical court. Pseudomorphosis turned out to be a successfully acting, effective mechanism in some areas, especially in religion, and not completely held in others. As a result, the Russian legal system developed not so much by pseudomorphic borrowing but grew out of the old "barbaric" customary law adopting Byzantine rules only partially. 
Philosophical Thought, 2015-4
Korolev S.A. - Secularization and Desecularization in Terms of the Concept of Pseudomorphic Development of Russia pp. 1-54

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10.7256/2409-8728.2015.4.15258

Abstract: The article is devoted to studying the interaction between the processes of secularization and desecularization in historical retrospective and in the modern world. The author makes an attempt to rethink the relevant processes in terms of the pseudomorphosis and pseudomorphic inversion. Particular attention is paid to the processes of secularization and desecularization in post-Soviet Russia and to the forms and mechanisms of desecularization at the beginning of the XXI century. The author concludes that the aggressive Soviet secularism wasn’t replaced by trend of desecularization directly. Brutal atheism gave its place to a model of civilized secular society. It is only since the beginning of the 2000s desecularization began to gain strength. In Russia, this trend was not only a sign of the global movement to the "post-secular society", but a manifestation of the classical pseudomorphic inversion.
Psychologist, 2015-2
Korolev S.A. - Night Dreams as the Emanation of the 'Social Subconscious'. Article 3. Hostel pp. 47-98

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10.7256/2409-8701.2015.2.14268

Abstract: The article is a continuation of the study of night dreams as a kind of emanation of so-called "social subconscious". Having considered in a previous publication (NB: Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2014, 2) military segment of the "disciplinary dreams", the author goes on to analyze the reflection in dreams of realities of the post-Soviet student dormitory and of the entire complex of its disciplinary technologies. Researcher relies primarily on the Freud’s conclusion about the existence of a special class of typical dreams and on the ideas of K.G. Jung that dream not only contains traces of wish fulfillment, but rather reflects the fear or anxiety of the individual. The author shows that a significant part of dreams that reflects the realities of the post-Soviet student hostel, colored by fear and anxiety as dominant emotions of dreamers. However, the dream of many individuals shows a certain nostalgia for the period of life in the hostel. In a sense, the recordings of dreams in social networks are a kind of voices from the choir. And they are valuable precisely because they are not always distinguishable as separate voice and sometimes merge into a general roar. That is, they are typical and express something more than individual positions and personal aberrations of these positions.
Philology: scientific researches, 2015-1
Korolev S.A. - The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn as a Road Movie

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10.7256/2454-0749.2015.1.14627

Abstract: The author examines the novel by Mark Twain “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” as a landmark work that reflects the basic principles of the road movie genre. In this case, the concept of road movie is interpreted broadly, i.e. not only as a specific genre of cinema but as a specific literary genre. The author also examines a number of problems typical for road movie as a genre that implicitly describes the individual moving towards freedom: the problem of choice, overcoming of stereotypes, observation and comprehension of reality. A comparative analysis of literary works that describe the motion of individuals within space and related films was carried out as well as works created as a road movie in Russia / USSR / Russia were compared with the classic works in this genre. The author shows that “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” laid the basic principles of the genre in the conventional sense of the term (a specific genre of cinema) as well as in the relevant literary genre. The author also notes the differences between the traditional genre of road movie and its Russian modifications that are characterized by significantly different attitude to the movement as an approximation to freedom.
History magazine - researches, 2015-1
Korolev S.A. - Phenomenon of pseudomorphosis: an attempt of reinterpretation

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10.7256/2454-0609.2015.1.14995

Abstract: The article discusses the possibilities and prerequisites for the re-actualisation of the concept of pseudomorphosis under contemporary conditions. The reference point in the author’s research is the conceptualisation by Oswald Spengler. The author defines pseudomorphosis not only as a global historical shift, a turning point in the development of a society, but also considers pseudomorphosism as a sort of defining characteristic, a quality inherent to the process of historical development, and defined by the significant role of the pseudomorphosis phenomenon in the history of one or another macro-culture. Based on the fact that the main instrument of any scientific research is its conceptual framework, the author describes the basic concepts used in the context of the pseudomorphic development theory of Russia: pseudomorphosis, reception, inversion; in addition, the author introduces the concept of local pseudomorphic space. The novelty of the author’s approach stems from regarding pseudomorphosis not only as a specific historical phenomenon, but also as a type of development inherent in some countries, including in Russia. This implies a broader understanding of this phenomenon than was prescribed by Spengler. The author draws attention to the issue of the reception of socio-cultural content during the process of pseudomorphosis, which can be borrowed incompletely, selectively, partially. Finally, the proposed conceptualisation involves the understanding of the mechanisms of pseudomorphic development, in particular, the phenomenon of inversion and “revenge” of the repressed autochthonous content.
Philosophy and Culture, 2014-8
Korolev S.A. -

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10.7256/2454-0757.2014.8.12466

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Philosophy and Culture, 2014-3
Korolev S.A. -

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10.7256/2454-0757.2014.3.10745

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Philology: scientific researches, 2014-3
Korolev S.A. -

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10.7256/2454-0749.2014.3.13246

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Psychologist, 2014-2
Korolev S.A. - Night Dreams as the Emanation of the 'Social Subconscious'. Article 2 . The Army pp. 135-195

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10.7256/2306-0425.2014.2.12070

Abstract: This article is the continuation of the study of night dreams as a kind of emanation of so-called "social subconscious". Having considered general approaches to the matter in his previous article (Night Dreams as the Emanation of the 'Social Subconscious'. Article 1. Problem Definition), the author goes on to analyze dreams related to a certain topic, particularly, the military segment of so called 'disciplinary dreams' about the army, military service and war. The researcher relies primarily on Freud’s conclusion about the existence of a special class of typical dreams and on the ideas of Carl Jung that dreams do not only contains traces of accomplishment of desires but rather reflect the fear or anxiety of an individual. The subject under review is the social network posts and comments that describe dreams of particular Internet users. The author demonstrates that a great part of military dreams reproduce intensely gloomy and anxious scenes as the reflection of dominating emotions of dreamers. To a certain degree, negative scenes appearing in military dreams are discounted by the phantasmagoric nature of dreams. Dream constructs generated by the subconscious mind are fantastically mixed with what might happen in the reality and cause anxiety and fear and phantoms that are obviously beyound the reality. Finally, in his research Korolev states that there is a certain similarity between surrealistic inclusions into the layer of 'social subconscious' and artefacts of actual art. Such comparison is possible from the point of view of phantasmagoric and irrational features of these phenomena as well as their purpose to repeat what is unrepeatable. To some extent, this can be referred to the researcher's analysis of mass sources including posts and comments on the Internet. 
Philosophy and Culture, 2013-8
Korolev S.A. -

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10.7256/2454-0757.2013.8.9240

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Philosophy and Culture, 2013-7
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10.7256/2454-0757.2013.7.8790

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Psychologist, 2013-7
Korolev S.A. - Night Dreams as the Emanation of the 'Social Subconscious'. Article 1. Problem Definition pp. 135-168

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10.7256/2306-0425.2013.7.10402

Abstract: The author of the article analyzes the question of how these or those social realities as they designate themselves in space of a dream and what emotional attitude of individuals towards this new, already snovidchesky, realities are reflected in dreams. The author tries to reveal as are built and "reality elements", dreams getting into fabric, and what features of combination theory of this sort interact among themselves some kind of. Other important problem to which the attention in article is paid, specifics of space and dream time are. The researcher relies first of all on G. K. Jung's conceptualization, S. Freud's idea about typical dreams and A. Bergson's reflections about a role of memoirs in generation of dreams. To the author the combination of various approaches to studying of the dreams embodied in concepts of a number of outstanding scientists and thinkers (S. Freud, G. K. Jung, A. Bergson, E. Fromm etc.) is reasonable quite . In this research materials from social networks, the records describing dreams of specific users are used first of all. In this connection the publication contains the short characteristic of social networks as the extremely important and useful to judgment of realities of modern Russian society and understanding of specifics of life of individuals in this society of a source. The author notes that as there is a certain general matrix of perception and an assessment of social realities, there is also a certain typological model of reflection in dreams of standard, repeating situations. In research term "public subconsciousness" rather new to domestic social and humanitarian disciplines is used. Obviously, similar interpretation of a nadindividualny component of dreams is rather original. A certain metaphoricalness of this term is thus emphasized and difference of its contents from yungovsky "collective unconscious" which is a product of inherited structures of a brain is accented. At the same time, analyzing the relation of snovidets to the dreams "shown" by it, the author is compelled to note that this immersion, generally in negative reality and negative emotions, – a conclusion which correlates with reflections of many other researchers who were engaged in this perspective.
Philosophical Thought, 2013-5
Korolev S.A. - Microstructures in the Russian Space of Power: Archetypes and Mechanisms of Functioning pp. 103-165

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10.7256/2306-0174.2013.5.546

Abstract: The article analyzes the mechanisms of functioning of the microstructures located in the Russian space of power. The main attention is focused on a number of typological and/or archetypal structures, the most important of which is dom-dvor. The author concerns the functioning of the regulatory parameters of such a microsocium set out in well-known book of the sixteenth century called "Domostroy" and the real practice of the exercise of power, often going beyond the norms.In the article two types of microsociums existing in global space of the power, – “church” and “sect” are considered. They are based on two types of discipline – authoritative discipline and discipline of indirect regulation. The author investigates a situation of coexistence of authoritative discipline and discipline of self-organizing, on the one hand, and technologies of the power and control mechanisms, with another, naming original balance between them disciplinary balance.The author pays attention to universality of principles of the organization of society on micro- and macrolevel, at this major structurization tool of microsociums of power becomes hierarchization. It is noticed that in the Russian space at macrolevel defining always were rigid, mongolmorphic technologies. But at microlevel within centuries, since the system described in “Domostroy”, autochthonic technologies dominated.
Philology: scientific researches, 2013-2
Korolev S.A. -

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10.7256/2454-0749.2013.2.8975

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Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2012-11
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Philosophy and Culture, 2012-8
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Philology: scientific researches, 2012-4
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Philology: scientific researches, 2012-2
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Philosophy and Culture, 2011-6
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