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Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2015. № 5. Part 1. P. 120-123.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Culturology
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"NEW CONCILIARISM" OF SOVIET RUSSIA (BY THE MATERIAL OF POETRY OF THE FIRST BUILDERS OF MAGNITKA)

Maleko Elena Valer'evna
G. I. Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University


Abstract. The article touches on the origins and further history of the unique for Russia religious and philosophical conception "conciliarism", which in many ways determined the nature of the Russian culture. Understanding the principles of "new conciliarism" is motivated by the desire to debunk conceptions on the complete extermination of the special mental characteristics of the Russian people in connection with the change of ideological orientations in the Soviet period. The features of "new conciliarism" are identified on the basis of the analysis of poetical heritage created by the workers of legendary Magnitka - one of the largest Soviet projects of the XX century.
Key words and phrases: соборность, менталитет, культура, советская идеология, Магнитострой, поэзия первостроителей, conciliarism, mentality, culture, Soviet ideology, Magnitostroy, poetry of the first builders.
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