Kotlyarevsky Sergey A.( Writer and political activist)
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Biography Kotlyarevsky Sergey A.
Born in 1873.
Educated at the historical-philological faculty of Moscow University. He was assistant professor in the department of history at the University of Moscow, received a Master of universal history in the works: "The Franciscan Order and the Roman Curia in the XIII and XIV centuries" (1901), . doctorate for the essay "Lamennais and modern Catholicism" (1904),
. Then Kotlyarevskii, passing an examination at the Faculty of Law, defended his thesis for a master's degree and doctor of public law [ "Constitutional State. The experience of political and morphological review "(1907) and" rule of law and foreign policy "(1909)]. Contains a professor of public law at Moscow University. Kotlyarevsky Zemsky was a member of congress in 1905, one of the founders of the Constitutional Democratic Party and a member of the Central Committee, adhering to its right-wing. In 1906 Kotlyarevsky was elected to the first State Duma from the Saratov region. He was serving his prison sentence for having signed the Vyborg Manifesto. In the book "The legal prerequisites Russian basic laws" (Moscow, 1912), he tries to navigate the contradictions of Russian-date "autocratic constitutional order". In "Russian Gazette" Kotlyarevsky put a lot of articles on domestic and foreign policy, on the national question. In part, close to the direction of book "Milestones", Kotlyarevskii tends to be religious, mystical problems and moods.