Author(s): Baburin Sergey Nikolaevich

Rubric: Constitutional and municipal law

DOI: 10.21777/2587-9472-2019-1-7-14

Release: 2019-1 (19)

Pages: 7-14

Keywords: constitutionalism, consolidation of the society, spiritual and moral foundations, political-legal system, the Russian nation, neoliberalism

Annotation: This article analyzes the experience of several attempts to consolidate the Russian society in the twentieth century, which, according to the author, there is a mechanism to achieve civil unity and civic awareness in society. The author singles out seven stages of development of the Russian constitutionalism, each of which was inherent in the type of consolidation: stages of bourgeois-democratic and proletarian (index.php) consolidation period worker-peasant consolidation Soviet society, the circumstances of time almost turned out nationwide consolidation of society, stage of the crisis of the Soviet model of organization of the State and find new ways to consolidate the society, and, finally, beginning with the 1993 year stage of neo-liberal consolidating Russian society. If the bourgeois-democratic consolidation of society simply did not have time to take root, the revolutionary Russian society consolidation elements stand out: the privatization of the company; replacing the right revolutionary legal consciousness and morality-class sense; secularization; the Elimination of private property; the class dictatorship of the proletariat. The main ideological error of the Bolsheviks, they began to build a new world, ending with the traditional Orthodox basis for Russian lifestyle. The author concludes that consolidation of the neo-liberal in a number of its essential traits reminiscent of the revolutionary: privatization of society through total privatization and abandonment of social functions of the State, replacing the State guarantees pay-per-view services, law-corruption and discretion, morals-some European standards; loss of respect for private property, except property the “right” people; the class dictatorship of the bourgeoisie. Assessed spiritually-moral and political and legal characteristics of each historical period. It concludes that all took place in the history of models of consolidation have not had the ultimate success, because could not join socio-economic achievements with spiritual and moral values of the Russian nation.

Bibliography: Baburin SE.NI. DEVELOPMENT OF NATIONAL CONSTITUTIONALISM AS THE EVOLUTION OF FORMS OF SOCIAL COHESION // Journal of Legal Sciences. – 2019. – № 1 (19). – С. 7-14. doi: 10.21777/2587-9472-2019-1-7-14

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