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Title: 19世紀後半のロシアにおける「資本主義」論争
Other Titles: Arguments on "Capitalism" in the Latter Half of the 19th Century in Russia
Authors: 山本, 敏1 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Yamamoto, Satoshi1
Issue Date: 1959
Publisher: 北海道大学スラブ研究センター
Journal Title: スラヴ研究
Journal Title(alt): Slavic Studies
Volume: 3
Start Page: 67
End Page: 84
Description: This article treats the period during which the question of the "development of capitalism" was discussed in the field of journalism as one of the so-called "Russian problems". But it does not cover the years when the subject of the "development of capitalism" gave rise to much controversy in the transactions of Vol'noe ekonomiceskoe obscestvo (The Free Economic Society). The main subjects of this article are 1) views expressed by the scholars who insited upon free trade in the decade of 1850-60-in comparison with those in the former ages. The materials have been drawn from the organs "Duch zurnalov", "Ekonomiceskij Ukazatel'", "Vestnik promyslennosti". The works of I.V.Vernadskij, L.Tengoborskij, I.Gorlov have been discussed in this connection. 2) views on free trade in 1860s, with regard to the work of Bervi-Flerovskij and the Protocol of the First Session of the All-Russian Commerce and Industry Conference. 3) N.K.Michajlovskij's opposition to the capitalism. 4) V.P.Voroncov's "Sud'ba kapitalizma v Rossii (The Fate of Capitalism in Russia) and Rusanov's "Protiv ekonomiceskogo optimizma (Against Economic Optimism)" 5) Daniel'son (Nikolaj-on)'s "Ocerki nasego poreformennogo chozjajstva (Outlook on our Social Economy after the Reform). The author took into his consideration the criticism of Tugan-Baranovskij on the arguments pro and con of capitalism. Generally speaking, what is traced here are the ideas and thoughts in economy, not the ones in politics. So, the author did not refer to the activities of Lavrov and Bakunin in connection with Tkacev, nor did he consider Dr.J.H.Billington's new work on Michajlovskij as a leading spokesman of the populist movement. As to these problems he hopes to treat them, if possible, in one of his subsequent articles.
Type: bulletin (article)
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