Ten Years of Shame: Arguments About Blame

@article{Tarasov2000TenYO,
  title={Ten Years of Shame: Arguments About Blame},
  author={Aleksandr Tarasov},
  journal={Russian Politics \& Law},
  year={2000},
  volume={38},
  pages={49 - 68}
}
The 1990s were the years in which the intelligentsia gave up its identity and its autonomy. The intellectual [intelligent]—if he is authentic and not a pseudointellectual (an intellectual by status, a bureaucrat, a clerk, a narrow specialist in a nonindustrial sphere such as education, management, or information technology)—is a creator: a creative individual, a genius, a person engaged in the search for truth through rational (scientific) or emotional (artistic) understanding and assimilation… 
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