There are two possible answers to the question about the nature of the collapse of the USSR, said philosopher, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on January 14 in his talk at a conference of the Essence of Time movement in Moscow.
“One answer is that the communist ideology was inherently flawed,” the political scientist noted.
Those who support this answer, according to Kurginyan, insist that it is this flawed nature that caused, first, a rapid decay of the ideology, and then the collapse of the country built on the ideological basis. Because a country with an ideological framework had to collapse if the ideology collapsed.
“The other answer is that the communist ideology was not inherently flawed; it was, to the contrary, salvational, but grossly incomplete,” he noted.
The political scientist noted that this was the answer that he proposed in his Essence of Time lectures, which initiated the formation of the movement of the same name.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency