Issue № 1 (23)
Volume: 7
Date of publication: 31.03.2023
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The first issue of the Polylog/Polylogos journal for 2023 contains articles on a number of theoretical and applied issues of political science, the philosophy of history, the methodology of socio-humanitarian knowledge, and interdisciplinary research.

The article by A.A. Kara-Murza opens the issue, it is devoted to the philosophical heritage of Lev Karsavin: in particular, the unique role of the Russian émigré intellectual in understanding “Russian communism” as a phenomenon of a deep religious nature is considered. The subject of the article by A.V. Fedorov are the modern transformations of the law in cyberspace in the context of geopolitical competition between Russia and the SCO countries, on the one hand, and the United States and a number of Western European countries, on the other. In the article by V.A. Zorin and E.P. Ochkalyas a political and psychological analysis of contemporary Russian youth political leadership based on the results of an empirical study of the biographical and psychological characteristics of more than 100 young politicians in modern Russia, are presented. S.V. Pirozhkova and V.V. Omelaenko explore the main characteristics of the modern process of professional socialization of novice scientists in Russia in comparison with foreign countries: their article considers a number of features of the Russian system of training scientific personnel in the period 2010–2018.

The article by M.V. Komarov and Zh.V. Losich raises the issue of considering the historical experience of generations as a factor in the dynamics of trust in institutions; in particular, on the basis of the hypothesis about the temporal nature of the phenomenon of trust, the assumption about the dominance of the discursive component in its structure is analyzed. M.A. Stepanov attempts to make up for the lack of works in Russian devoted to the chronology of the development of the “yellow vests” movement in France, which, in turn, is seen as an example of social protest in the digital age.

A special section of the issue is dedicated to various aspects of Russian-Serbian relations. D.A. Anikin and I.Yu. Lednyov analyze the trends in rethinking the Yugoslav heritage in the politics of memory of modern Serbia: based on the study of legislative acts, public speeches of politicians and sociological data, the authors identify the main directions of interpretation of the Yugoslav heritage. In the issue the summary materials of the round table "Russian-Serbian relations: opportunities and limitations", prepared by political experts from Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov and the Institute of International Politics and Economics (Belgrade), are also published. The author of the final article is V.A. Boldin.

In the section of book reviews, an article by V.L. Sharova is published, which is a review of the main provisions of the book "Past discontinuous: fragments of restoration" by philologist and cultural historian Irina Sandomirskaya. The book is dedicated to restoration as a set of political, symbolic and spiritual practices aimed at selected artifacts of the past, resulting in a reformatting of the past in the present.

Issue publications № 1 (23)
Philosophy of history
Applied aspects of political science, sociology and cognitive psychology
Actual problems of Russian-Serbian relations (special rubric)
Theory and methodology of science
Interdisciplinary problems of the sciences of politics and society