This book is written based on vigorous and prolonged debates between the Slavophils and proponents of Russian Slavophilism's principal ideological rival, Westernism, in the mid-nineteenth century. It presents the analysis and evaluation of Iu. F. Samarin's dissertation.

chapter |10 pages


part One|189 pages

The Making of a Slavophil

part Two|231 pages

From Slavophil Orthodoxy to Reform

chapter 10|33 pages

Spirit and Meaning of Orthodoxy

chapter 11|22 pages

Rationalism, Materialism, and Slavophilism

chapter 14|20 pages

The Drive for Emancipation

chapter 16|26 pages

Officiai Nationality

chapter |6 pages