A.A. Vasiliev, V.V. Mukhopad
The Ideal of Elite in the Political Law Doctrine of Eurasianism
The article discusses a question of the theory of state and law such as elitist character of the state doctrine. The disclosure is made of the concept “the ruling selection” in the ideocratic theory of state in the historical and juridical doctrine of eurasianism. The analysis is made of the key signs of the leading group as inevitably inherent to any state formation and its functional purpose in the ideocratic state. The distinction is carried out of the concepts of the ruling group and state activists. The description is given to three main ways of the formation of the ruling group: aristocratic, democratic and ideocratic. The authors critically analyze them in terms of relevance in modern conditions of development of the democratic states. A special emphasis is given to the possibility of existence of state activists as a part of the ruling group which is involved in management and administration at supra-class, above party and supra-national levels. The need of spiritual unity — the unity of culture and worldview of the ruling selection — is set and discussed. The article considers the possibility of legal regulation of activity of the leading group and state activists in terms of eurasian approach of understanding of legal acts.
Key words: “the ruling selection”, the leading group, state activists, ideocracy, eurasianism, state
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