The Origins of the Formation of the Worldview and Sociocultural Positions of Sofia Rusova, as Well as the Principles of the Development of Her Civil Activity

Keywords: Naddnipryansk Ukraine in the last third of the XIX – first third of the XX century, Ukrainian civil society in the last third of the XIX – first third of the XX century, Sofia Rusova, philosophical foundations of Sofia Rusova, sociocultural positions of Sofia Rusova, civil formation of Sofia Rusova

Abstract

Undoubtedly, with her idea and practice of socially useful service and patriotic consciousness, Sofia Rusova is rightfully considered by modern Ukrainian society and the world community as one of the outstanding figures in the history of Ukraine. Not the least role in the development of his personality was played by a number of key factors associated with the socio-cultural environment in which Sofia Rusova grew up and actively positioned herself and the socio-political transformations in the Russian Empire and the Russian State in the last third of the XIX – first third of the XX century.

The study of the process of the formation of Sofia Rusova as a person and her involvement in social activities, along with the study of the specifics of the corresponding period in the history of Ukraine and the course of its events, will complement the general historical picture of the development of the then Ukrainian society.

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Published
31.12.2021
How to Cite
MotuzV. (2021). The Origins of the Formation of the Worldview and Sociocultural Positions of Sofia Rusova, as Well as the Principles of the Development of Her Civil Activity. Eminak: Scientific Quarterly Journal, (4(36), 86-96. https://doi.org/10.33782/eminak2021.4(36).558
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History of Ukraine