RUSSIAN COSMISM:

HISTORICAL PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

  • Karina S. Chikaeva Kuban State Agrarian University
  • Galina I. Davydova V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University
  • Sergey G. Voskoboynikov Don State Technical University
  • Tatyana V. Schukina Don State Technical University (DSTU)
  • Angelina V. Mueva Kalmyk State State University
  • Sergey I. Samygin Rostov state economic university
Palavras-chave: cosmonautics and security of Russia, revival of national priorities, Russian cosmism, cosmonautics infrastructure, tribal memory, Mir orbital station, Russia.

Resumo

The article presents a today’s spatio-temporal panorama ahead of the great date of Cosmonautics Day and the events of 20 years ago in the context of the significance of spiritual and cosmic values for Russian people. Russian philosopher K.N. Leontiev, diplomat and publicist, emphasized the danger of liberalism and the philistinism of life in Russia and other Orthodox countries: “You need to strengthen yourself, think less about weal and more about strength. If there is power, there will be some weal” [12]. A retrospective look at the “zero” years allows us to understand the pain points of the national and spiritual interests of Russia,  the importance of reviving Russia's space stronghold, preserving the political and ethical attitudes that meet the goals and objectives for which future generations will continue the cosmic achievements of the previous century.

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Publicado
2020-05-30
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S. CHIKAEVA, K.; I. DAVYDOVA, G.; G. VOSKOBOYNIKOV, S.; V. SCHUKINA, T.; V. MUEVA, A.; I. SAMYGIN, S. RUSSIAN COSMISM:. Gênero & Direito, v. 9, n. 04, 30 maio 2020.
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