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Patterns of peasants' political philosophy in the years of the 1905-1907 Russian Revolution

Muster der politischen Philosophie der Bauernschaft in den Jahren der russischen Revolution von 1905 bis 1907
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Bukhovets, O.G.

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Abstract Der vorliegende Beitrag analysiert die politische Philosophie der Bauernschaft während der russischen Revolution von 1905-1907 anhand einer Inhaltsanalyse von Aufrufen, Resolutionen, Appellen und Telegrammen, die die Bauern an den Zaren bzw. an die Regierungsstellen schickten. Die Interpretation der Inhaltsanalyse wird dann in ein Modell gebracht, das die folgende Schlußfolgerung erlaubt: die politische Philosophie der Bauernschaft im zaristischen Rußland schwankte zwischen Revolution und Konservatismus und war durchgehend synkretistisch. (pmb)

'An analysis of peasant political philosophy during the years of the 1905-1907 Russian revolution is presented. As a mass source for the investigation the author used requests, appeals, resolutions and telegrams related to political development and sent by peasants' meeting to the tsar and various governmental bodies. The possibility of effective use of content analysis and modelling is demonstrated. The model built shows the many tiers existing in the peasants' political philosophy, the intricate linkages between strivings for revolution and conservative attitudes, and its overall inherent syncretism.' (author's abstract)
Keywords peasant; conservatism; October Revolution (1917); political philosophy; revolution; Russia; syncretism; USSR successor state; post-socialist country
Classification Philosophy, Ethics, Religion
Method historical
Document language English
Publication Year 1991
Page/Pages p. 60-73
Journal Historical Social Research, 16 (1991) 2
ISSN 0172-6404
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works