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Technocratic Utopia and Dystopia in Russian Philosophy and Literature of the 20th Century

Student: Ekaterina Tkachenko

Supervisor: Tatiana Sidorina

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Philosophy (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

This study is conducted to show how Russian utopian thought has technocratic tendencies. During the work several tasks were performed. First, it was formed the idea of the evolution of the concept of utopia, and secondly, it was analyzed a large amount of work of Russian philosophers and writers in the genre of utopia and dystopia, and thirdly, it was determined the main directions of development of utopian thought in Russia.

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