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Shabalin, Victor Aleksandrvich Shabalin, Victor Aleksandrvich Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of the Far Eastern Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the RF. He was born in 1946 in Khabarovsk. He graduated from the Khabarovsk State Pedagogical Institute, then finished postgraduate course at the Leningrad State University, and doctorate candidacy at the Academy of Internal Affairs of the USSR. The theme of his Candidates dissertation was: The Activity Communist Parties of the Developed Capitalist Countries in the Sphere of Upbringing the Working Youth (1975). The theme of his Doctoral dissertation was The Development of Socialism Theory of Socialism in the Works of A. Gramshi and P. Toljatti (1990). He is a Member of the Russian Criminological Association. His academic interests are: history of philosophic-political thought in Italy, socio-philosophical aspects of organized crime, political aspects of transnational crime. He is the author of more than 70 research and research-methodological papers published in Russia, the USA, Great Britain, and India.



Shabalin V.. Political Views of Antonio Gramshi. Vladivostok, 1990.
Shabalin V.A., Albini J, Rogers R., et.al. Russian Organized Crime in global perspective. N.-Y. London New Delhi, 1997.


Shabalin V.. Formation of Antonio Gramshis Philosophic Views // Philosophic Sciences. 1995. #5.
Shabalin V.. Organized Crime in Russia: a Look from America // Government and Law. 1996. #4.

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Shabalin V.. History and Philosophic Studies. Khabarovsk, 2007.

Shabalin V. A.


The depth of Antonio Gramshi's ideas reveals itself in full only to the next generations. Studying his contemporary reality he managed to see the basic tendencies of future public development and its peculiarities in the West. "The Prison Notebooks" show the present-day reader the "creative laboratory" of A. Gramshi, and encourage further research in different spheres of humanitarian cognition.

Key words: Antonio Gramshi, theory of politics, party, "philosophy of practice", philosophy and history.

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