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Lesevitskiy Aleksey Vladimirivich1, Khorosheva Ekaterina Igorevna2
1Perm branch of Financial University, Lecturer of the Humanities and Social sciences Department
2Perm branch of Financial University, Lecturer of the General and Educational sciences Department

The authors of the article consider the social and philosophical limitation of anthropological thoughts of F. Fukuyama in his monograph "The end of the history". Comparative ideas of Dostoevsky and of the Japanese politologist allows to make a conclusion about that F. Fukuyama does not take into his consideration the presence of a destructive segment in human soul, the personality can not be "a piano key" in the depersonalized consumer society. Back in the 19th century Dostoevsky subjected to the destructive criticism all the projects of the final triumph of "the eudemonical ideal" within dialectics of the historical process framework, Russian writer, compared to F. Fukuyama, was able to find in a man the immense depth and ambivalency, which is always hidden from the eyes of rationalists of all times and peoples.

Keywords: anthropological model of a man, criticism of neoliberalism, eudaemonia, F.M. Dostoevsky, marginalization (prodigiousness) of a man, Notes from the subfloor, The end of the history

Category: 09.00.00 Philosophy

Article reference:
"Subfloor gentleman" of F.M. Dostoevsky and F. Fukuyama: world view polemic // Modern scientific researches and innovations. 2016. № 9 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://web.snauka.ru/en/issues/2016/09/69960

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