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The Image of «White» and «Red» Russia in the Polish Political Thought of the 19th and 20th Century

Analogies and Parallels

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Jerzy Juchnowski, Jan R. Sielezin and Ewa Maj

The aim of the book is to analyze the perception of the Tsarist and Bolshevik Russia in the Polish political thought in the 19th and 20th century. The wide and well-documented research applies an original multidisciplinary approach, combining the methods used in many disciplines, such as history, social science and social psychology. The authors of the book successfully defend the thesis that the perception of Russia cannot be fully understood without considering the «internal» aspects linked to the culture of this country in its psychological and moral dimension, as well as in its literary, architectural and artistic tradition.

Political thought – Poland – Russia – 19th and 20th century – Perception – Tsarist Russia – Bolshevik Russia