Goethe’s Faust is a hymn to anthropocentrism, turning into selfishness (5)


This is the last part of the report on “Faust”. Goethe. But not the last report made at two meetings of the Face dedicated to this great work.
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Theoretically possible space mega structure

Perhaps the bulk of science fiction for all time of its existence — since the “Flight to the moon direct in 97 hours and 20 minutes” by Jules Verne — one way or another operates the Grand products of the scientific-engineering thoughts. With the development progress expanded the boundaries of imagination of scientists and writers, and today in science fiction and fantasy literature already described engineering structures which are in scale and audacity of the plan deserve the term “mega structure”. We decided to collect a kind of the rating of such structures. With some of them you already know, and some will be new.
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Unexpected Chekhov

The idol of our intellectuals Anton Chekhov was an active slag. Loved this case and artilleriiskii officer Leo Tolstoy. Fun living poet Pushkin even the list led their copulations.


But the real, artistic and beautiful book about love created in the Russian literature only Ivan Bunin. This “Dark alleys”. Tolstoy has poisoned your experience of moralizing in “Anna Karenina” and “Resurrection.” But the Czechs kept silent, sterile “the lady with the dog doesn’t count”…
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electronic library on the Internet – for every taste and color.

Original taken from elena_shugaley in the Grand list of digital libraries on the Internet

The origins of modern Judeo-Slavic dialects language

Original taken from muromec_12 in Sidorna captured media of Russia before 1917


(F. M. Dostoevsky “the Diary of a writer” Complete works. Vol. 25. L., 1983. P. 75).
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As he listened to Soviet citizens. A bit of history and modern realities

About how intelligence worked in the USSR, knows quite a lot, though not all. However, it is known that in the USSR there was a system of wiretapping. This system was expanded enough, listened to many, writes Cnews. But how was it effective?
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The literature for the formation of moral consciousness

Original taken from cycyron in the Literature for the formation of moral consciousness