The Revolution Never Ends? From Political Coups to Changing the Bases of Civilization (Article 2)

Kovalev V.A.


The revolution is regarded as the destruction of the former state (administrative apparatus and legitimate violence) created by internal forces. A political coup leads to the transformation of political regime. The revolution in Russia is presented as an example of a «failed» revolution, the possibility of the new state collapse during the process of global technological and social transformations.


The Russian revolution, political regime, the crisis, «failed» revolution, nationalism, information revolution, robots, social polarization, total basic income.

DOI: 10.31249/rsm/2017.02.02

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