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STATE AND LAW IN RUSSIAN LIBERALS’ THEORIES OF THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY
Vostrikova Vlada Vladislovovna, Candidate of historical sciences, sub-department of history of economics, politics and culture, All-Russia Distance institute of finance and economics (Orel), email@example.com
In the article we considered the position of ideologists of the Russian liberalism of the beginning of the XX century on a problem of a parity of the state and the right. It is shown, that in spite of the fact that there were supporters of the theories of superiority of the right, and the opposite point of view, among liberals, they all were united by the recognition of idea of the coherence of the state by the right. The liberals were sure that the major conditions of domination of the right in public consciousness of idea of firmness of the rights of the person and readiness of citizens to defend the rights, that approving interconditionality of a lawful state and a civil society. We sure, that the idea of the mutual integration and coordination of the authority and the right formulated by the liberals can be considered as adequate approach for the decision of many problems of the modern society.
state, right, human rights, liberalism. State power, feeling for law and order.
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