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Russia Between East and West

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Index • 195

Akçura, Yusuf 43–44
Alekseev, Nikolai N. 106–108
Alp, Tekin 44–46
Anninskii, Lev 160
“Apology for Nationalism” See Dugin,
“Apologiia”
Arapov, Petr 66, 92
Arseniew (Arseniev), N. S. 114
Artamonov, Mikhail 139–140
Atlantic civilization 12, 148, 149, 168
Attali, Jacques 176–177

Bäcker, Roman 12, Chapter V passim
Bakunin, Mikhail 17
Bataille, Georges 162
Baudrillard, Jean 162
Bazarov, Vladimir 28
Belyi, Andrei 27
Berdiaev, Nikolai 21, 96, 97
Bertuzhev-Marlinski, Aleksandr 17
Bilinskii, Visarion C. 18
Bitsili, Petr Mikhailovich 31
Blavatskaia, Elena P. 20, 137
Blok, Aleksandr, 21, 28
Na pole Kulikovom 28
Skify 28–29, 61
Bogdanov, Aleksandr A. 28
Briusov, Vladimir 29
Brod, Max 177–178
Bromberg, Yakov 12, 149–150,
155–160
“Evreiskoe vostochnichestvo” 155–158
and Khazars 157–158
Brzezinsky, Zbigniew 185
Buber, Martin 174
Buddhism 19, 20

Chadaaev, Petr Y. 9
Chardin, Teilhard de 117
Choruûyj, S. S. 98
Christianity See also Orthodoxy
filioque clause 71–72
and Karsavin 69–72
Czapi…ski, Kazimierz 110–111, 119–120

Danilevskii, Nikolai 4–5, 18, 22–23, 162
Decembrists 17
Deleuze, Giles 162
Dobuzinskii, M. 85

Dokuchaev, Vasilii V. 24
Dostoevskii, Fedor 17, 85, 86
Dugin, Aleksandr 12, 161–162
“Apologiia nationalisma,” 153–164
and Atlanticism 168–169
and Attali 176–177
and Conservative Revolution 162–163,
183, 186
and conspiracy 181–182
and “Jewish question” 161–162, 182
National Bolshevik Party 170
and red-to-brown 12–14
and secularized Jews 175–180

East, West, and the Russian Idea
See Karsavin, Vostok
Efron, Sergei 66
Eurasianism 6, 12
future of 14–15
Karsavin and break 95
as reaction to pan-Turkism Chapter II
passim
and U.S. discourse 6
view of nationalism 49–50
ethnogenesis Chapter VI passim
Ethnogenesis See Gumilev, Etnogenez
Exodus to the East See Savitskii, Iskhod k
Vostoku

Fedorov, Nikolai F. 25
Fish, Stanley 2
Florovskii, Georgii V. 31, 145
Frank, Semeon 150
Freud, Sigmund 20, 178–179
Fukuyama, Francis 4, 5, 176
“The End of History” 4

Gasprinskii, Ismail Bey 42
Genghis Khan 121. See also
Trubetskoi, “Nasledie Chingiskhana”
Gorkii, Maksim 28
“Great Game” 24
Griboedov, Aleksandr S. 17
Grigoriev, Apollon 21
Guénon, René 20, 137, 162, 168,
176–177, 185
and kabbalah 171–173
Tradition and counter-Tradition
170–174

196 • Index

Gumilev, Lev 12–13, Chapter VI passim
anti-systems 126
correspondence with Savitskii 121
ethnicity defined 122
Judeo-Khazaria 128–129, 131–136
Etnogenez i biosfera Zemli 122
Leviathon and Behemoth 145–149
“Little People” 126, 145
Orthodox/Islam commonality 131–132
origins of his anti-Semitism 143–144
Russian-Turanian union 124
stereotypes of behavior 125, 129–130
types of ethnic contacts 124–125

Hammer, Armand 169, 185
Haushofer, Karl 148
Heidegger, Martin 162
Herder, Johann Gottfried 121
Huntington, Samuel 4–5, 184

Iskhod k Vostoku See Savitskii
Ivanov, Viacheslav 146
Ivanov, Vselovod N. 33

Jabotinsky, Vladimir Zeev 186
Jakobson, Roman 50, 53, 145, 150
“Jewish Easternism” See Bromberg,
“Evreiskoe vostochnichestvo”
“Jewish question” 13–14, Chapter VI
passim
and Dugin 162–167
and Trubetskoi 149–151, 160
Jewish stereotype of behavior 129–130,
133, 139
Jung, Karl Gustav 175
Jünger, Ernst 162

kabbalah 171–173, 175, 178–179
Kafka, Franz 174, 177
Karamzin, Nikolai M. 18
Karsavin, Lev P. 10–12, 20, Chapter
III passim, 160
arrest and interrogation 67
Eurasianism and philosophy 95–97
“Evropa i Evraziia” 95
Fenominologiia revoliutsii 77, 86–88
Filosofia istorii 75, 79
God, Triple Unity, Person 97–98
and historical materialism 64–65
and “Jewish question,” 160, 161
K poznaniiu russkoi revolutsii 74, 75,
79, 89
“On Perfection” 75–77
and religion 69–72, 84–90
and revolution 80–86, 98–99
“Russia and the Jews” 149, 152–154
and Russian state 89–93, 95–102

and Savitskii 63–64
and Soviet system 11–12, 61–63,
80–82
spheres of culture 77–79
symphonic person 76–77, 79–83,
97–99, 116
and Trubetskoi 64
vseedinstvo See whole-unity
at Vilnius 66–69
Vostok, zapad i russkaia ideia 69–70, 85
whole-unity concept 95–105
Kazem-Bek, Aleksandr K. 18
Khazaria Chapter VI passim
Kissinger, Henry 169, 185
Kizevetter, Aleksandr A. 31
Kjellen, Rudolf 148
Klages, Ludwig 162
Klimov, Grigorii 143–144
“Knowledge of the Russian Revolution”
See Karsavin, K poznaniiu
Koestler, Arthur 136, 174
Kojève, Alexandre 93, 145
Kosarenko, Sergei 142
Kozhinov, Vadim 140–143
Kucharzewski, Jan 110, 119
Kurginian, Sergei 163n
Kuzmin, Apollon 143–144

Lamanskii, Vladimir I. 24
Laruelle, Marlène Chapter 1 passim
Legacy of Genghis Khan See Trubetskoi,
“Nasledie Chingiskhana”
Lenin, Vladimir 117
Leontiev, Konstantin 17, 162
and pan-Slavism 21–22
Lermontov, Mikhail 17
Leskov, Nikolai 63
Lesourd, Françoise 10, 11, Chapter III
Lunacharski, Anatolii 28
Lurie, Artur 150

Mackinder, Halford John 148
Maksudov, Sadri 47
Malevskii-Malevich, Petr Petrovich
66, 92
Martens, Fedor Fedorovich 25
Merezhkovskii, Dmitrii 26–27, 29, 113
Miliukov, Paul 15
Mitterand, François 176
Mongol threat 26–27
Muslims in Russia 15–16
mysticism, turn of the century 19–21

neo-conservatism, U.S. 5–8
Nicholas of Cusa 75, 96
Niiazov, Saparmurad 15–16
Nikitin, Vasilii Petrovich 55

Index • 197

Ol’denbourg, Sergei F., 18
Orient, in Russian thought chapter I
passim
Persian 17
Orientals (vostochniki) 25
Orlov, Ivan I. 17
Orthodoxy 16
and Dugin 164–167
Judaizing heresy 157

pan-Slavism 21–22
pan-Turkism Chapter II passim
emergence in Russia 41–43
in Ottoman Empire 43–48
and Russian revolutions 44–45
versus pan-Turanianism 40
Paradowski, Ryszard 10, Chapter IV
Pareto, Vilfredo 162
Pasha, Enver 45
Pestel, Pavel I. 17
Pil’niak, Boris 29
Poland 12, Chapter V passim
interwar Eurasian interest 109–114, 119
and Savitskii 109–110, 116
secret service 118–119
and symphonic person 111, 116–117
Pushkin, Aleksandr 17
Putin, Vladimir 13

Ratzel, Friedrich 148
red-to-brown nationalism 13–14
Renan, Ernst 137
Rerikh, Nikolai K. 9, 18, 20–21
Revolution of 1905 19
Revolution of 1917 27, 61
Robespierre 87
Rosenberg, Alfred 137, 183
Rossman, Vadim 12–13, Chapter VI
Russian Federation 15–16
Russian-Japanese war 19
Russian nationalism 15, 16, Chapter VI
Russian-Turkish war (1878) 21, 22

Sarkisyanz, Manuel 1–3
Russian Ideologies 1
and Sorokin 3
Savitskii, Petr Nikolaevich 24, 31–34,
48, 63, 92, 109–112
articles in Przegla˛d Wspólczesny 116–117
Iskhod k Vostoku 49, 51, 112
and Karsavin 63–64, 67
Scythian movement 29
Schmitt, Carl 162, 163
“The Scythians” See Blok, Skify
Seredonin, Sergei M. 24
Sériot, Patrick 40
Sharapov, Sergei 28

Shestov, Lev 150
Slavophilism 15, 17, 97, 115
and 1917 Revolution 27
Soloviev, Vladimir 9, 17, 18, 21, 28
“China and Europe” 26
influenced Berdiaev, Shestov 21
vseedinstvo 21, 96–97
Sombart, Werner 162
Sorokin, Pitirim 3
Souvtchinski, Petr 63, 65–67, 92, 145
Spengler, Oswald 4, 63, 121, 155, 156, 162
Magian culture 156
spiritualism 19–20, 27
Stolypin, Petr A. 24, 46
Strakhov, Nikolai 21
Struve, Peter B. 24, 32, 71
Surkov, Andriej 115–116
Svetlov, Petr Y. 20
Sviatopolk-Mirsky, Dmitrii 66, 149, 154
and “Jewish question” 160
and Zionism 154–155, 160

Tatar yoke 26
third continent 23–24, 110
Töennise, Ferdinand 162
Toporov, Vladimir 160
Toynbee, Arnold 4, 121
trans-Siberian railway 24
Trenin, Dmitri 16
Trotsky, Leo 5, 168
Trubetskoi, Nikolai S. 31, 92, 110, 112,
145
Evropa i chelovechestvo 31, 49
Exodus to the East 39, 48
and Jakobson 50, 53
and “Jewish Question” 150–151, 160
and Karsavin 64, 66, 149
“Nasledie Chingiskhana” 39, 48,
53–56, 113
“Racism” 149–152
and Turanism 39–40
Turanism 19, 21, 29
Tutchev, Fedor I. 23

Ukhtomskii, Esper 25
Uzdowski, Marian 110, 113–114, 120

Van den Broeck, Arthur Moeller 162
Vasilev, Vasilii P. 25
Vedenskii, Alsksandr I. 20
Veniukov, Mikhail I. 23
Vernadskii, Georgii 24, 31–32, 51–52,
113, 145
Vertelovskii, Aleksii 20

Wahrmund, Adolf 137–138
Weininger, Otto 174

198 • Index

Weber, Max 129, 162
Weininger, Otto 174, 179
Wiesenthal, Simon 169
Wiseman, Edmond 169
Witte, Sergei 24, 25
Woyciechowski, S. L. 114–116

yellow peril 19, 25, 26, 30
Yeltsin, Boris 13, 14

Zakharov, Valerii 168n
Zdziechowski, Marian 110–113, 115,
119

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