As a concept, nationality has a paradoxical genealogy.
The Russian philosopher Alexander Dugin lists three kinds of identity in his book Eurasian Mission – diffused, extreme, and deep.
I often tell my friends, philosophy saved my life and taught me to face the utter dilemmas of life.
Улетай на крыльях ветра
Ты в край родной, родная песня наша
Туда, где мы тебя свободно пели
Где было так привольно нам с тобою
The mystical, spiritual character of the Russian soul seemed to be in place even before its contact with Orthodoxy and its embrace of the true faith.
No people can live in the past, not even in its own past. But if it no longer has a link with its history, it must of necessity perish. Persian [history is] crowded with hardship and glory, ordeals and hopes.
In reality, the modern political theories are systems. As systems, they are entities composed by many parts. None of the political theories of modernity is pure.