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Reflexia ruských revolúcií
A Century of Russian Revolutions

Fragments Of Linguistic Picture

Author(s): Jozef Sipko
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies
Published by: Lingvokulturologické a prekladateľsko-tlmočnícke centrum excelentnosti pri Filozofickej fakulte Prešovskej university v Prešove (LPTCE)
Keywords: reevaluation of values;World War One;Russian revolution;hate;consequences of hate;Lenin and the Bolsheviks;Civil War;

Summary/Abstract: The author analyzes certain socio-political phenomena before World War One and their depiction mainly in the Russian environment. He bases his research mainly on contemporary articles whose authors were the eyewitnesses of the above-mentioned events. The analyses clearly proves that both European as well as Russian society show signs of mutual hate that has spread not only into international relations but also into domestic, mostly Russian environment. It is mainly this background of human hate that has given rise to all kinds of radical groups and organizations that have been profaning and dismissing all the traditional values. They have come with new ideas of a better world and have found a vast support among wide masses of inhabitants. As a result this has only led to even greater level of violence and we can see the evidence of these unwanted processes to this day.

  • Issue Year: 8/2017
  • Issue No: 31-32
  • Page Range: 146-152
  • Page Count: 7
  • Language: Slovak