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The article deals with the theory of the social ideal, developed by L. P. Karsavin from 1926 to 1929. A comparative analysis of the philosopher's pre-emigrant views with his reflections in the Eurasian period reveals a significant evolution in his interpretation of society and historical perspective. The study of the socio-cultural context of the creation of the concept of an ideocratic state with a demotic form of government allows us to understand the reason for this evolution.doi:10.18254/s258770110015405-7 fatcat:kq4gtfo3orbphomlc2iiym4l4m