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for me the concept of nakedness and bare notonly not the same, and downright protivorakety in aestheticrespect. (...) The word "naked" gives the smell of bath broom; the word "naked"-- sacrificial incense. About the naked woman I can carry on a conversation with hermother, sister, daughter, not at all insulting their sense of chastity; on the barethe woman I decent to say, closed to them the door. Bleakness hasthe attitude to sexual problem; nudity-to the problem of the aesthetic.There is no doubt that every naked woman however, and naked; but notalways and not every naked woman at the same time, and naked" (Ibid.P. 168-169). Or, "cover the nakedness of a truly magical cover; no dressso not capriciously when worn; the slightest carelessness, the slightest levity inthe treatment of him -- and the magic veil drops, punishing those responsiblethe indecency of bare, replacing respect for him to laugh or lust"(Ibidp.169). There is an interesting parallel with Michel Foucault, who spoke aboutpunishment of the body, and with the history of corporal punishment in Russia was made by NicholasEvreinov. He wrote: "the Possibility of corporal punish has developed in Russiaoften a real sense of torment, passion, finding yourself fullthe only systematic explanation of the history of corporal punishment in Russia"(modern. pereezd. Evreinov N. History of corporal punishment in Russia.Kharkov, 1994. P. 4). It was such a significant part of Russian history thatcaptured almost every "Our ancestors were brought up near the boards and scaffolds,- writes Nikolai Evreinov, -- they never gathered in a largethe multitude, than in the days of trade executions or military executions..." (p.7).And from today's point of view, often there is no correspondence of the misconduct andthe level of punishment that is characteristic of the time of Peter or of Paul I. for Example"Cut the language of the state criminals, conspirators, rebels"(P. 54). Did not make exceptions and Empress: "According to Russian law the rodstill prescribed to children; for adults this punishment was considered toominor However, we know that the Empress used thisthe punishment for his court" (80).
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