Функции комментария в греческой культуре раннего Нового времени: от школьной традиции к конструированию идеологии Просвещения
Марков А. В.
Selin A. A., Kukushkin K., Sablin I. et al. Humanities. HUM. Basic Research Programme, 2017. No. 149.
The working paper analysed the infrastructure of the Russian-Swedish border from a transcultural perspective. The history of the border was split into three periods following major changes in political border regimes. The first period covered the history of the border between Sweden and the Novgorod Republic after its formal delimitation in 1323. The annexation of the Novgorod Lands to the Grand Duchy of Moscow in 1478 marked the beginning of the second period. The third period, which is discussed in detail, covered the history of border infrastructure between the transition of large part of the Novgorod Lands to Sweden in 1617 and 1700. Departing from the debate whether the border was a line or a zone and overcoming state-centred approaches, the working paper demonstrated that the existence of several parallel border regimes during different periods enabled the simultaneous existence of the border as a line and a zone pertaining to different social interactions and subject to manipulation by authorities. The consolidation of the border did not follow the Treaty of Stolbovo (1617), but owed to local demands and an accidental event of an epidemic in 1629–1630. Following the temporary consolidation of the border, the state established firm border control used for duty collection.
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Вдовин А. В. Набоковский онлайновый журнал. 2009. Т. 3.
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Иванова Ю. В. В кн.: Культура интерпретации до начала Нового времени. М.: Издательский дом ГУ-ВШЭ, 2009. С. 5-18.
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Комментарий к заочному выступлению Б.З. Докторова «Современное российское социологическое сообщество: модель поколенческой стратификации»
Семенова В. В. В кн.: Междисциплинарность в социологическом исследовании: Материалы Методологического семинара памяти Г.С. Батыгина (2007‑2009 гг.). М.: Издательство РУДН, 2010. С. 64-74.
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Fedyukin I. Humanities. HUM. Basic Research Programme, 2016
Radical “Westernizing” transformations in extra-European countries, from Peter I’s Russia to Meiji Japan, are traditionally presented as a response to threats from the more militarily and technologically advanced European powers. This corresponds to the general tendency to view war as the driving force behind early modern state-building. Yet, how exactly did such transformations become possible? How were the rulers able to pursue policies that threaten large sections of their own military elites, from strel’tsy and mamluks to janissaries and samurais? And why did some of the extra-European states failed to ‘Westernize” in response to external threats, while others rapidly Westernized when the threats was ephemeral, at best? This article seeks to complicate this “bellicist” narrative of Westernizing transformations by shifting the focus of analysis to the rulers’ quest for political survival. It argues that when the domestic balance of power is stable, incumbent rulers tend not to embark on reform, even in the face of external military threats. Conversely, such reforms tend to occur when the domestic balance of power is disrupted to such a degree as to lead to the emergence of challengers, who launch “Westernization” as they seek to expand their power base and undermine that of their rivals. Factional political struggles accompanying such transformations are interpreted here not as a conservative reaction against reforms, but as a process that precedes and enables reforms by facilitating the creation of an alternative ruling coaliti
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Александрова М. А. Средние века. 2017. Т. 78. № 1-2. С. 346-351.
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Брагинская Н. В. В кн.: Культура интерпретации до начала Нового времени. М.: Издательский дом ГУ-ВШЭ, 2009. С. 19-66.
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Al-Faradzh E. A. Literary Studies. WP BRP. Высшая школа экономики, 2015
This article features the correspondence of Antoine Arnauld, who lived close to the Port-Royal monastery, as a case study for the perception of solitude in the spiritual literature of the 17th century. For Arnauld the world is corrupt, as a man in it is prone to an excess of temptation. A truly virtuous life means retirement from the world, not monasticism, but a refusal to comply with a world ruled by passions since the original sin. In his letters, Arnauld speaks of seclusion not only from the world but also from human nature with its sinful inclinations. Denouncing the world and its temptations Arnauld sees it as a battlefield for truth and his own mission in the protection of the latter from profanation. Despite seeing the solitary life as the most dignified, he compares the life of a virtuous married woman to a nun’s. Thus, he does not exclude the chance of salvation for those who lead a virtuous secular life. By 1660s his views become more lenient; in one of the letters Arnauld comes up with an apology for the existing social order and its characteristic luxury, seeing it as a manifestation of God’s will. The heterogeneity of Arnauld’s views could be explained by the nature of our source, the letters, as his ideas there are in the process of development of which each letter only registers stages.
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Фогельсон Ю. Б., Абрамов В. Ю. М.: Волтерс Клувер, 2006.
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М.: Проспект, 2012.
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Гельфонд М. М. Новый филологический вестник. 2012. № 1(20): Белые чтения - 2011 (избранные материалы). С. 87-95.
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