Herzen


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Herzen

(Russian ˈɡjɛrtsən)
n
(Biography) Aleksandr (Ivanovich) (alɛkˈsandr iˈvaːnovitʃ). 1812–70, Russian socialist political philosopher: best known for his autobiography My Past and Thoughts (1861–67)
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Herzen, 8 in Gomel "the participant is obliged according to the technical normative legal acts in force in the Republic of Belarus, the design task, the defective sheet, the architectural and planning task, the technical conditions and other initial data, with the requirements of the Technical Regulations of the Republic of Belarus" Buildings and structures , building materials and products.
Radical socialist Alexander Herzen and his fellow exiles furnish one example; this oppositionist strand operated from exile in London and Europe.
En esos ensayos hay un eco de Visarion Belinski, aquel personaje del siglo xix ruso que evoco Isaiah Berlin en sus Pensadores rusos, el critico y ensayista que dicto la norma de excelencia estetica, politica y moral de su tiempo, tendio puentes con la tradicion occidental y marco la obra de gigantes como Gogol, Dostoyevski, Goncharov, Bakunin, Herzen y Turguenev.
Ich klage mich in meinem Herzen an: Ich habe mein Gewissen lang betrogen, ich hab mich selbst und andere belogen--
Letter to Herzen, 28 October 1869, quoted in 'Les Ours de Berne et l'Ours de Saint Petersbourg', (Neuchatel: G.
Gearbeitet wurde wie im Vorjahr in der alten Kantine des Wehrle Werks--einem ganz besonderen Ort der Industrie im Herzen der Stadt, dem mit der Sommeruniversitat neues Leben eingehaucht wurde.
The Discovery of Chance: The Life and Thought of Alexander Herzen
In the 19th cen the famous Russian essayist and thinker Alexander Herzen made the city his home.
What could have complicated the situation for the reviewers and their vigilant censors, putting an added pressure upon them and making plain speaking impossible, was the fact that the great Russian revolutionary Alexander Herzen (1812-1870), who was living in exile in Europe at the time, was in correspondence with Giuseppe Mazzini, the leader of the revolutionary forces in Italy.
The first who identified the danger as being the rise of new idols and who called one of those, namely Progress, a "Moloch" may have been the Russian writer Alexander Herzen, in a piece that he wrote at the end of 1847, from his exile in Rome.
From 1999 until 2013 Natalia worked at the Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia on the Musical Faculty in Saint Petersburg as a Concertmaster.
In fact, we do not see here in Belarus signs of any anti-Semitism," Herzen told Reuters.