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UDC 1(091)(470)

© V. I. Potapchuk, 2011

THE IDEA OF SOLIDARITY AS THE SEMANTIC COMPONENT OF RUSSIAN SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY

The article presents the authorís attempt to reveal and substantiate one of the integral ideas of the Russian social philosophic thought. As such, the idea of solidarity is approved; this idea has been reflected in teachings of domestic thinkers having various outlooks (Slavophiles and Westerners, religious philosophers, socialists), and substantiating their understanding of a public ideal.

Keywords: solidarity, conciliarity, catholicity, unity, a public ideal, cooperation, integrity, social unity, peasant community, Slavophilism, populism

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