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The author believes that the core traditional Russian spiritual and moral values should include faith, relics, freedom, salvation of the soul, and repentance. Love and freedom are the key values of the Orthodox cultural and historic culture. Traditional values are a harmonious unity. In countries like Iran and Cuba, traditional values have a constitutional support. Constitutional legalization allows traditional values to reform the objective reality. Since traditional values enshrine spiritual priorities in the constitution, the way they reform social relations should be considered moral. Family and labor values are an excellent example of the influence of tradition on the constitutional development in Russia. Constitutionalizing traditional spiritual and moral values is an active phase in the struggle for human spiritual essence, i.e., human soul. The author sees the current cyborgization of human society and the artificial intelligence professed by the West as a threat to human consciousness and global civilization. Russia and its Eurasian partners should synchronize their constitutional development to resolve a number of important political and legal tasks, e.g., to legalize the norms of integrational constitutionalism in national constitutions, to transfer national economies to the mobilization type of development, etc.

constitution, moral state, cultural and historical features, tradition, spiritual and moral values, love, freedom, integration constitutionalism, national identity
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