1993'1, p.6
Bratus' B. S.
On a problem of moral consciousness in the last century culture

The phenomenon of a "Soviet person" is of the most significant and mysterious nature for the 20th century. Its appraisal from the psychological standpoint, on the basis of the author's own original conception of levels in personality structure is presented for the first time. Of special interest is comparative analysis, based on this conception, of Soviet mentality and the types of moral consciousness inherent to Russian (prerevolutionary) and West European cultures.