The theme that links these essays--written over thirty years--is the phenomenon of the Russian intelligentsia, which Isaiah Berlin describes as 'the largest single Russian contribution to social change in the world'.
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... and 'peu de batailles sont perdues physiquement - 1 J. de Maistre, Les soirées
de Saint-Péterstourg (Paris, i960), entretien 7, p. 228. * ibid., p. 229. 8 ibid., pp.
224-5. The last sentence is reproduced by Tolstoy almost verbatim. * ibid., p. 226.
'3 Everything in nature, in history, is what it is, and its own end. The present is its
own fulfilment, it does not exist 1 ibid.: VI 36. * ibid.: VI 31. 3 ibid.: VI 32. for the
sake of some unknown future. If everything existed 93 HERZEN AND BAKUNIN
... on his environment and his time -physiologically, educationally, biologically, as
well as at more conscious levels; and he concedes that men reflect 1 'Letters from
France and Italy', fourth letter: V 62. 2 'From the Other Shore': VI 36, 91. » ibid.
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