Law, Freedom, and “Truth”: Eurasianist Philosophy of Law
The conception of Eurasianist legal philosophy (1920–1930) represents an interesting but little studied
phenomenon.Most researchers consider either the general features of Eurasianism or the individual legal views
of Eurasianists without investigating their political and juridical ideas in the multiplicity of their manifestations.
The author of this article attempts to fill in this gap by analyzing the concepts like “law,” “freedom,” “rightduty”
(pravoobrazovannost’), and “positive law,” which are crucial for the Eurasianist concept of legal philoso-
phy, revealing the contemporary reflection of the Eurasianist legal ideas in academic and publicistic texts.