Andrushkevich Igor

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  • 1, 2006

    • Republic and Democracy according to Aristotles Classification

      The author turns to the Greek and Roman sources of the political science in particular reviewing the definition of its most important problems in works by Aristotle and Plato. I. Andrushkevich analyzes the early ideas of political stability prerequisites. He focuses on such concepts as “la democrazia exasperada.” The author considers factors enabling to keep the optimum democratic order for a long period of time to be most important.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-2006-40-1-171-179

      Pages: 171-179

  • 4, 2001

  • 2, 2001

    • Military Education of the Russian Youth

      The author believes that no organized society can get along without the change of the cadres fulfilling important from the point of view of the state functions. Here a special place belongs to educating of military youth. In this matter Russian can and should rely on the reach pedagogical experience in patriotic upbringing gained throughout its history. The article covers a wide historical retrospective of the correct and comprehensive upbringing, its principles and postulates are analyzed. l.Andruskiewitsch touches upon the Russian traditions in this area kept in the emigration environment. He also turns to the traditions of the antiquity, France, etc. He is against any political involvement into the educational process. Education at Russian military schools should be based on the Russian statehood.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-2001-20-2-207-222

      Pages: 207-222

  • 3, 1999

    • Legitimacy, Monarchy, Democratization

      The author shares the opinion that after the overthrow of monarchy in Russia in February 1917, no authority in Russia has ever been legitimate. The autocratic and popular monarchy when the supreme authority belongs to the autocratic monarch and all the managerial authority - to the people is the best, historically determined form of the state organization for Russia. The monarchy can be restored only through the restoration of the juridical succession with the Russian state founded in 862 in Novgorod by Ruric. It would call for the amendment of the Constitution by the Zemski Sobor, in the composition of which there would be representatives of the three main estates as well as those of the church and the military. The author believes that the Zemsky Sobor would be authorized to solve the problems connected with the restoration of the succession in Russia.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-1999-13-3-41-63

      Pages: 41-63