#EsotericRussialism


Esoteric Russialism

This blog is 4 years old. It’s time to reflect on some of the main ideas, which I’ve come up with over the years.

I like neologisms and inventing new words because they are stripped from any previous meanings and history, and so are valuable due to their conceptual purity. That’s why I abandoned the terms like Russian stereotypes or Russophobia. Everybody seems to employ them loosely, so any particular meaning becomes vague like an image on a old coin. Terms over time and excessive usage tend to turn almost into a parody of their former self. Continue reading “#EsotericRussialism”

Russo… Files


Masha and the Bear

I’ve received a comment on my post “Russophilia & Russophobia…“:

...I would just state that perhaps there is no such esoteric notion of a 'Russian Mystery' in the minds of many 'Russophiles' [sic! - S.A.] who are rather urged by a sense of moral duty where they see oppression. [...]

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