POLIS Contents 6 - 1997



PRESENTING THIS ISSUE
Editorial Introduction. Presenting This Issuep.4

POLITICAL DISCOURSE
Dahrendorf R. The Public Responsibility of Intellectuals: Against the New Fear of the Enlightenment p.5

INTERPRETATIONS: POLITICAL HISTORY OF OUR TIMES
Szacki J. Protoliberalism: Autonomy of the Individual, and Civil Society (II). p.15

DIMENSIONS OF CULTURE
Tzymbursky V.L. From the Great Island of Rusia. (To the Protosymbol of the Russian Civilization).p.34

SOCIUM AND POWER
Shestopal Ye.B. Assessment of a Leader's Personality by Citizens p.57
Nesterova S.V., Sibirko V.G. Perception of Political Leaders and the Attitude towards Democracy: Some Features Peculiar to Russians' Consciousness p.73
Okhrimenko V.S. The Presidential Election in Byelams: As Viewed from 1997 p.80

DIXI!
Tarasov A.N. Eclipse. Not after Antonioni (Student Disturbances and the Mass-Media: Inquiry into a Phenomenon).p.87

UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY
Stewart-Hill A. Challenges to Russian Political Science p.104
Mochmann E. European Cooperation in Social Science Data Dissemination .p.109
A Round Table, Boyko Ye.A., Lapkin V.V., Lifanov A.V., Moletotov I.A., Shcherbinin A.I., Kolotkin M.N., Olekh L.G., Dubrov A.P., Osipov A.G., Shcherbinina N.G. Problems of Teaching Political Sciences. A Round Table, Held in Novosibirsk, of the Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Political Sciences, and the "Polls Journal Editorial Office" Nonprofit Partnership p.114
Discussion. The State of Russia's Political Science. An Open Discussion Held by the Editorial Board of the Polis Journal and the Board of the Russian Political Science Association p.129

CHAIR
Ilyin M.V., Melville A.Yu. The Powerp.146
Farukshin M.Kh. Federalism and Democracy: a Complicated Balance p.164
Almond G. Political Science: History of the Discipline p.174

LIFE IN SCIENCE
Information. Priority of Russian Politilogy p.184