Political philosophy

The ways of return in the twentieth century

Martin Heidegger and Ruhollah Khomeini, although with due differences, have embodied in the last century an idea of revolution interpreted as a 'return' to an existential condition in which physical and metaphysical order were not hopelessly spl

Eurasia & The Levant: Dimensions and Challenges


"Tahawolat" Forum & "Sita" Institute are honored to invite you to a panel discussion by head of administration of the International "Eurasian Movement” Dr. Leonid Savin entitled "Eurasia & The Levant: Dimensions and Challenges".

On the Third Rome


The fall of Constantinople was a turning point in the history of the Russian Church. This event had great meaning for the Russian Orthodox mind. The Turkish conquest of the New Rome could not have failed to impart a deep shock to the foundations of the eschatological worldview of the entire Orthodox world.

Priests and Warriors should regain its essential position


I consider Martin Heidegger as greatest philosopher. But there is explicit part in his writings and implicit. He has devellopped the philosophical basis for many different applications that he didn’t make himself. So I found in Heidegger the principles of political philosophy that is given only as the some allusions, hints, remarks, but we can deduce it from the general context of his philosophy.