Principle ofthe ascending conflict lift»in a context of transformationof the Russian society

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This article is devoted to social conflicts and contradictions which have functional,
structural and systematic levels. The author draws our attention to the necessity of solving
the contradictions of the low level, because they are less dangerous for a society and its social
institutions heaving these contradictions as they are leads to creation of another kind of
contradictions-horizontal. In their turn they form the contradictions of a more complex,
higher level. So, functional contradictions turn to structural ones and then to systematic
contradictions and conflicts. The author called this process as the principle of ascending
conflict lift, which in the period of Russian transformation was mentioned in the conflict
- ability of the whole society.

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A S Khokhlov

A S Khokhlov

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