Коррупция и революция как структурные основания фикции государственного интереса (raison d'Etat)
The main thesis of the article is that revolution and corruption are structurally and genetically related to the process of state building (étatisation). Basing itself on Michael Foucault and Pierre Bourdieu’s ideas on the state, the article demonstrates that revolution and anti-corruption agitation are derived from a “normative pressure”, resulting from the generalization of the fiction of raison d’Etat. In the conclusion of the article this thesis is considered in the context of recent protest movements in the US and Russia which impose a demand on the “new norm”. The fact that the normative initiative walked away from the governments to protest movements suggests that current models of political representation are undergoing a deep crisis.