The fall of the Berlin Wall was a tragedy for the Soviet world, it was the collapse of the system established by the Yalta Peace Agreement.
Alexander Dugin talks about the need for Russia to build a contemporary, distinctly-Russian school of philosophy from the ground up, thereby creating an alternative to Western philosophical teachings and paving the way for a new Russia that is intellectually dominant and self-sufficient.
In this introductory segment, Alexander Dugin sets forth the general philosophy that will govern all of his arguments in this series: that contemporary Russia, in order to continue and thrive as a national power, requires a self-sufficient and distinctly-Russian set of cultural values, system of
Video with English subtitles.
About Postmodernity, the West, the orthodox identity and the Russian society.