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International Scientific Conference "Russia a Hundred Years after the Revolution: Causes and Consequences"

On April 27-28, 2017 the International Laboratory for the Study of Russian and European Intellectual Dialogue conducted its first scientific conference with participation of the following foreign partners: the Institute for the Study of Central and Eastern Europe, Eichstätt, the University of Granada and the Estonian Euroacademy.

 

The conference was devoted to the 100th anniversary of a most important social and political event - the Russian Revolution of 1917, which changed the course of Russian and world history.
The participants of the conference were leading Russian and Western philosophers V. K. Kantor, V.N. Porus, A.A. Kara-Murza, A.L. Dobrokhotov, T.G. Shchedrina, T.Y. Sidorina, M. S. Kiseleva, E. Tinn, O.A. Zhukova), literary critics (I.L. Volgin), historians (L.Luks, V.P. Buldakov, S.S. Bychkov, H.M. Walder Hill, I.B. Khailova), sociologists (A.F. Filippov), jurists (B.A. Gerenrot, A.S. Tumanova) and musicologists (I.V. Karpinsky), as well as students and graduate students of the philosophy school of the Higher School of Economics. Within the framework of the conference there were presented reports on perception of the revolution by Russian philosophers, historians, writers, musicians and politicians. There were also discussed spiritual, cultural and socio-political reasons for the emergence of a revolutionary situation in Russia, as well as its historical and civilizational consequences for the destinies of Russia, the West and the world.