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Dugin, Aleksandr

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Personal name headingDugin, Aleksandr
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Variant(s)Дугин, Александр
Dugin, A. G. (Aleksandr Gelʹevich)
Дугин, А. Г. (Александр Гельевич)
Dugin, Aleksandr Gelʹevich
Дугин, Александр Гельевич
Dugin, Aleksandr Gelievich
Дугин, Александр Гелиевич
Dugin, Alexander
Dugin, Alexandre
Douguine, Alexandre
Dugin, Aleksandr Gelʹevič
Dugin, Aleksandar Geljevič
Other standard no.0000000116589727
Associated countryRussia (Federation)
LocatedSoviet Union
Birth date1962-01-07
Place of birthMoscow (Russia)
Profession or occupationPhilosophers Political scientists Sociologists Translators
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Found inPuti absoli︠u︡ta, 1991: t.p. (Александр Дугин = Aleksandr Dugin) Russian CIP (А. Дугин = A. Dugin; Russian philosopher) colophon (Дугин, А.Г. = Dugin A.G.)
Osnovy geopolitiki, 1997: t.p. ( Александр Дугин = Aleksandr Dugin) colophon (Дугин Александр Гельевич = Dugin Aleksandr Gelʹevich)
Ėvoli︠u︡t︠s︡ii︠a︡ paradigmalʹnykh osnovaniĭ nauki, 2002: t.p. (Александр Дугин = Aleksandr Dugin) colophon (Александр Гелиевич Дугин = Aleksandr Gelievich Dugin)
Das sakrale eurasische Imperium des Aleksandr Dugin, c2007: t.p. (Aleksandr Dugin) p. 4 of cover (Aleksandr Gelʹevič Dugin; b. 1962)
Alexander Dugin und die rechtsextremen Netzwerke, c2007: (Alexander Dugin)
Os EUA e a nova ordem mundial, agosto de 2012: t.p. (Alexandre Dugin)
La grande guerre des continents, 2006 : t.p. (Alexandre Douguine)
Wikipedia, viewed 2020-05-23 (Дугин Александр Гельевич = Dugin Aleksandr Gelʹevich; born 7 January 1962 in Moscow; Soviet and Russian philosopher, political scientist, sociologist, translator)
New York times, 22 Aug. 2022: in an article entitled, "Pro-War Russian pundit is killed in car bombing" on front page (the philosopher Aleksandr Dugin; Mr. Dugin has been described as "Putin's brain"; Dugin has long been one of the most visible proponents of the idea of an imperial Russia at the helm of a "Eurasian" civilization locked in an existential conflict in the West)
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