State: Typological Analysis of Evolutionary Forms


  • Valentin Y. Lyubashits
  • Andrey Y. Mordovcev
  • Aleksey Y. Mamychev
  • Maria V. Vronskaya


In this article, the authors propose a new approach to the concept and content of the typology of the state. In particular, draws attention to the fact that the historical-typological approach to the state assumes the need for genetic analysis, the learning of the state in a dynamic position, namely the permanent transition to the most advanced forms. It is known that Siberia initially had been inhabitated by Russian immigrants from North districts of European part of Moscow Rus – from Novgorod, Arckhagelsk, Vologda, Vyatka regions from Perm the Great. The Russian government also has an interesting and complex history in terms of formation and typology. (Karabulatova, Sayfulina, Ahmetova, 2013: 139). Organized settlement was followed by unauthorized inhabitation. Peasants went to Siberia not only forced by “pribor”, order but independently secretly. This could not but affect the character of the evolution of statehood in Russia. Statehood in Russia is closely related to evolutionary processes in the personality of the Russians. As rightly emphasizes I.S. Karabulatova, "we see that the complexity of the process of cultural texts (which is most characteristic of the culture of the European type) has the character of entropy at observed primitivization forms, the abundance of a variety of" remakes ", typing motifs and images. Virtualization consciousness, provoking introvertiveness character development of the world, contributes to the design of new virtual cultural spaces with its internal logic and perception system para-reality, specific cultural codes and identification codes, their history and mythology" [Karabulatova, 2013: 794].

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3s4p83


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Lyubashits, V. Y., Mordovcev, A. Y., Mamychev, A. Y., & Vronskaya, M. V. (2015). State: Typological Analysis of Evolutionary Forms. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 6(3 S4), 83. Retrieved from

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