Not monolithic unity but the fiction of it prevails in Soviet politics. An unnamed child, born and died 6 July in London. Tucker married a Russian, Eugenia Evgeniia Pestretsova, who eventually emigrated with him and taught Russian for many years at Princeton. A "macro-level" culture is a society's "complex totality of patterns and sub-patterns" of traditions and orientations; "micro-level" cultural elements are "individual patterns and clusters of them".
Reclus advocated nature conservation and opposed meat-eating and cruelty to animals. The Marxes returned to Paris and then moved to Cologne. He saw 'anarchic initiative,' 'reasoned will' and 'the autonomy of each' as the conditions for the social revolution of the proletariat, the first expression of which had been the barricades of June see Revolutions of He recognized such traits in Stalin and hypothesized that "psychological needs," "psychopathological tendencies", and "politicized psychodynamics" were not only core elements of Stalin's "ruling personality", but also of Stalinism as a "system of rule" and Stalinization as the process of establishing that rule—"Neo-Tsarist Autocracy".
The History of Russia. Illustrationen von Erika Baarmann. He was definitely a moralist, but a highly curious one. Rather than merely describing Stalin's cruelty, paranoia, and mental quirks, Tucker was more concerned with explaining Stalin's psychological make-up.
He illuminated the similarities between tsarist and Stalinist state-building and social engineering. The political process is influenced by many a material factor, but it has its prime locus in the mind. The ruling party has rarely if ever been the disciplined phalanx pictured by its image-makers, and Lenin's well-known Resolution on Party Unity of has largely been honored in the breach".
Political Culture and Leadership in Soviet Russia. An oligarchic system emerged as the byproduct of struggle over power and policy among reformist and conservative party and state leaders, whose factions and coalitions increasingly sought the support of subnational party and state officials.
While this may indicate growing frustration at his own attempts to marry Soviet studies and the social sciences, he nevertheless remained sympathetic to and supportive of such attempts by his own students and colleagues.
He observed in This experience could not be accommodated within the traditional liberal-democratic conceptions. University of Missouri Press. Tucker's highly regarded work on Stalin drew on the theories of psychologist Karen Horneyproviding insights into the feared and still revered by some in Russia Soviet leader and demonstrating the significance of psychological theories for understanding political leadership.
Inthe French political police expelled Karl Marx and the pregnant Jenny: Planning Group on Comparative Communist Studies — Tucker, ," Slavic Review, vol. Yet this world is itself the creation of a rational science in which intellectuals have traditionally placed their faith.
The rivalry between Gorbachev and Yeltsin unequivocally confirmed Tucker's contention that the personalities and mentalities of top Soviet leaders could clash viscerally and vindictively.
Gorbachev at the time was the indirectly elected president of the Soviet Union, and Yeltsin was the directly elected president of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic , by far the largest and most important union republic.
The central issues in Soviet politics were the "desirability, forms, limits, and tempo" of de-Stalinization. Alienated labor creates a world in which the real producer cannot recognize himself.
Reclus reading Le Cri du Peuple in the garden of his home in Brussels, ca. This anti-reformist tendency was accompanied by an anti-organisational tendency, and its partisans declared themselves in favour of agitation amongst the unemployed for the expropriation of foodstuffs and other articles, for the expropriatory strike and, in some cases, for ' individual recuperation ' or acts of terrorism.
His principal objection to clothing was, however, a moral one; he felt that a fixation with clothing caused excessive focus on what was covered.
Tucker also stressed that Alexander II tried to narrow the gulf between the "two Russias", but his "liberalizing reform from above coincided with the rise of an organized revolutionary movement from below". Tucker was a scholar of Russia and politics. Yet Feuerbach had already preceded him in inverting the traditional hierarchy of values that Hegel inherited from the Augustinian-Plotinian sources of Christianity.
Norton, ; Robert C. This de-liberate refusal to transcend the limitations imposed by empirical description is an aspect of the progressive rationalization of life, which exacts its tribute from the scholar no less than from the worker, technician, or administrator.
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Jul 29, · Robert Charles Tucker (May 29, – July 29, ) was an American political scientist and historian. Tucker is best remembered as a biographer of Joseph Stalin and as an analyst of the Soviet political system, which he saw as dynamic rather than unchanging.
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