Kurginyan: We must move in Marxism’s wake on an untrodden path

18.11.2019, Moscow.

The wager on neo-Marxism is pointless: we need to find something that has not been completely named and revealed, but which lies at the foundation of classical Marxism. Philosopher and political scientist Sergey Kurginyan stated this in his opening speech on November 16 at the scientific-practical conference of the Essence of Time movement, where the conceptual manifesto The Dialectics of the Spirit was presented.
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Russia is standing on a cliff but still can be saved – Kurginyan

14.11.2019, Moscow.

The Russian state is defective; but it if fails, the situation will become only worse. It must live, and new existential forces need to evolve inside it, political scientist and leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan said in an interview to the Editor-in-Chief of the Zavtra newspaper Aleksandr Prokhanov published on the Essence of Time Youtube channel on November 13.
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Kurginyan: Soviet Communism collapsed because Bolsheviks forgot about the spirit

06.11.2019, Moscow.

The Soviet communists took care of feeding the people, but they completely forgot about human spiritual needs, and this resulted in the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan stated in the interview with the Literaturnaya Gazeta on October 23.
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Essence of Time. Chapter 18

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(Links to previous Chapters are available here: Volume I and Chapters 111213141516, 17)

May 31, 2011.

 

PART ONE. ACTIVITY.

 

We have already agreed to begin by discussing our activity. And because many questions are being posed about this activity and activity in general, we must try to give clear answers… This is very important.
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Essence of Time. Chapter 17

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(Links to previous Chapters are available here: Volume I and Chapters 1112131415, 16)

May 24, 2011.

Today the residents of Donbass awarded me with the Miner’s Glory of the I degree badge. Meanwhile, I again peered intently into the very aged faces of those who had once managed separate branches of the Soviet economy and the Soviet economy as a whole.

These are amazingly pure faces; these are people on whose faces it is written that they didn’t steal, that they did not derive unparalleled joy from grand larceny. It is written so clearly on their faces; and especially now, with age taking its toll, it becomes even scarier, for it is very clear what has come to replace them.


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