Развитие идеи транснационализма в российской политической философии XX века
The manuscript examines the process of formation and development of the idea of transnationalism on the material of Russian political philosophy of the 20th century. Taking into account the processes of political and cultural globalization, the author examines the causes and nature of the formation of transnational identities and transnational intellectual networks and communities.
The volume also examines such issues as the role of «transnational intellectuals» in overcoming of the xenophobia and images of «political enemy», it focuses on the evolution of the phenomena of cosmopolitanism, patriotism and nationalism under the globalization, the intellectual practices of desecuritization of political discourse. The author researches formation of flexible transnational identities and transnational epistemic communities as means to overcome the crisis of multiculturalism. In a comparative historical perspective and in the dialogue between Russian, European and American authors, the book offers a case study of political ideas by S. Frank, M. Mamardashvili, M. Epstein and several other thinkers whose works can be regarded as contributions to the emergence of transnational intellectual cooperation in the 20th century.
The monograph may be of interest to students in the field of political theory, international relations and philosophy, as well as a wide range of readers interested in the problem of the construction of political identities in the era of globalization.