Interview with German publisher and journalist Manuel Ochsenreiter by Arthur Dugin
Liberal-democracy (as fraud)
Dugin shares his views on post-modern society and its alternative found in radical revolutionary conse
French school ethnosociology. Classics of sociology. Structural Anthropology.
English school. Classical evolutionism. Social anthropology. Studies of Nation.
American School ethnosociology. Cultural anthropology. History of religions. Ethnomethodology.
German School ethnosociology. Cultural circles. Ethnopsychology
Basic definitions, the terms, the paradigms, the synchronicity and diachronicity of analysis -- the structure of present training course.
French war on Libya: a dissonant point of view (Alexandre Latsa)
Mark Sleboda. ‘MONSTERS TO DESTROY’
The video with English subtittles.
Video with the English subtitles.
Video in English.
Video in English.
May 2012. Moscow State University. Sociological Faculty.
The fall of the Berlin Wall was a tragedy for the Soviet world, it was the collapse of the system established by the Yalta Peace Agreement.
Alexander Dugin talks about the need for Russia to build a contemporary, distinctly-Russian school of philosophy from the ground up, thereby creating an alternative to Western philosophical teachings and paving the way for a new Russia that is int
In this introductory segment, Alexander Dugin sets forth the general philosophy that will govern all of his arguments in this series: that contemporary Russia, in order to continue and thrive as a national power, requires a self-sufficient and dis
Video with English subtitles.
About Postmodernity, the West, the orthodox identity and the Russian society.
Alexander Dugin talks about Russia's need for a new historical paradigm--one distinct from the Marxist prism used during Soviet times and the Western prism used during the brief post-Soviet, 'ultra-liberal' phase--by which Russia's