LITTRANS 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ideocracy, Social Justice, Quran

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Littrans204 - lecture 7 - we by zamyatin (2/1/17) Arrested and spent several months in prison in 1905. Banned from st. petersburg but returns illegally. No nationality in we society, just service to one state. Follows rich 19th century tradition of writers that analyze society and consider ways to improve society. Social injustice is a threat because it creates potential for rebellion. Social injustice was rampant in late imperial russia because the court and urban dwellers had access to more resources than the peasants did. Imperial court did not understand the nature of people"s needs and concerns. Ideas written to reduce hierarchical structure of society or eliminate it. Emotions are diverse, reason is universal and scientific -- cannot be altered. Regimes recall ideocracy -- base themselves to a certain ideology where subjects are demanded to prescribe to the idea and the state. We asserts state over individual is the amazing and perfect way of life for all.

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