This article has the Russian philosophical community as its object of study. Within the community there are some thinkers and groups that declare their identity as orientation to the native culture and national mentality features. As a concrete object of research the author considers the history of the emergence of these thinkers and groups in post-Soviet Russia, the formation of their institutions and history of relations with other intelligence groups. The author examines in detail the aspects of such topics as historical roots of these new emerging traditions, their representation in the academic and educational institutions, and especially the theoretical platform of their leaders.
The research methodology is based on an approach under which the structure network of relationship between intellectuals determines valid intellectual attention space, which is structured into several competing products.
The main results of the study can be considered as follows. Firstly, the author presented a description of the history and theoretical features of three intelligent approaches: conservative revolutionaries, Orthodox immanentists and existentialists of tradition. Secondly, the author has given the characteristic stylistic features of selfexpression, historical and philosophical roots and the historic-philosophical concepts of the main representatives of the traditionalists. Finally, the article discusses the features of the vicissitudes of their communication with other members of the Russian intellectual community.
Slavophilism, conservative revolutionaries, Orthodox immanentists, existentialists of tradition, historiosophy, Russian mentality, arheomodern, arheoavangard, synergetic anthropology, existential cultural studies