There are a lot of clear thinkers everywhere.
More Quotes from Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn:Today when we say the West we are already referring to the West and to Russia. We could use the word "modernity" if we exclude Africa, and the Islamic world, and partially China.
I have not painted the dark reality in rose-tinted shades but I do include a clear way, a search for something brighter, some way out - most importantly in the spiritual sense.
The demands of internal growth are incomparably more important to us... than the need for any external expansion of our power.
For a country to have a great writer is like having a second government. That is why no regime has ever loved great writers, only minor ones.
That which is called humanism, but what would be more correctly called irreligious anthropocentrism, cannot yield answers to the most essential questions of our life.
The central government possesses no plan of finding the way out of this blind alley.
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