A general theory of Russian space: A gay science and a gigorous science

Medvedev, Sergei
October 1997
Alternatives: Global, Local, Political;Oct-Dec1997, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p523
Academic Journal
Focuses on the role of the science of space in Russia. How space prohibited Russia from developing civil institutions, civic society, and the rule of law; View of the factors that aided Russians to broaden the area of their settlement, while preventing them from mastering it; Interpretation of the General Theory of Russian Space.


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