Sobor


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Sobor

 

historically, an assembly of delegates or officials convoked in order to resolve organizational and other questions—for example, the Zemskii Sobor (Assembly of the Land) and tserkovnyi sobor (church council).

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Me refiero al <<Pomestny Sobor Rossiyskoy Pravoslavnoy Cerkvi>> ([TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII]), es decir, al Concilio Local de la Iglesia Ortodoxa Rusa, que tuvo lugar en Moscu entre los anos 1917 y 1918.
La aprobacion del Sobor se necesitaba para las acciones importantes de politica exterior (como, por ejemplo, el apoyo para Azov, en aquel tiempo en manos de los cosacos, en 1642 o la reunificacion de Ucrania con Rusia en 1653), pero igualmente para disolver los asuntos tocantes a los intereses de los grupos sociales privilegiados, tales como las corporaciones de nobleza, por ejemplo, o el aumento del plazo de la busqueda de los campesinos profugos (urochnye leta).
3) The philosophical conception of sobornost' was first elaborated by the Slavophiles (1840-61) who drew from the example of the Orthodox Christian Church Sobor or "meeting of equals" a social ideal in which the community became an organic entity of freely united individuals.
Evseeva (Moscow: Indrik, 2008), 235-50; Kachalova, Blagoveshchenskii sobor, 37-42.
In this essay, we are going to analyze the information on the Zemsky Sobors of the late 16th--early 17th century, starting with the Sobor of 1598, when Boris Godunov was proclaimed a tsar, and ending with the Sobors of the beginning of the reign of Michael Fyodorovich, i.
Ond gall pencampwyr y llynedd Coleg Sir Gar, gyrraedd y rownd derfynol o hyd trwy godi eu gem, ac rwy'n sobor o falch o weld Coleg Llandrillo yn gwneud mor dda.
Mi fydd o bendant yn brofiad newydd i fi fod yno fel rhan o griw teledu, ond mi fydd o''n gorfodi fi i aros yn sobor am y penwythnos, felly mae''n bosib ga i gofio mwy o berfformiadau nag arfer
From this Khomiakov produced the Russian neologism sobornost, which corresponds exactly to the idea of catholicity which he developed in his writings on the church; further, since the Slav root sobor means assembly and more particularly a council or synod, the derived words soborny and sobornost thereby take on a fresh shade of meaning for the Russian ear, without losing their direct meaning of "catholic" and "catholicity".
And the greatest of the monastic churches, the eleventh-century Uspenskyi Sobor, destroyed in World War II, may be reconstructed.
Shchennikova, Blagoveshchenskii sobor Moskovskogo Kremlia: K500-letiiu unikal'nogo pamiatnika russkoi kul'tury (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1990), ill.
Mi fydd yna gondemnio hallt ar hyn" meddwn yn sobor, byddai pobl drwy'r byd wedi gweld hyn ar eu ffonau, a byddai Sbaen yn cael y fath feirniadaeth fel na fyddai yn gallu codi ei phen am amser maith.
The Zemsky Sobor was considered as a particular institution, characteristic only of Russia, which signified the unity of the state power and the people, or as an analogue of West-European representative institutions, or as a provisional institution that failed to become ingrained into Russian political system, or as an evidence of the emergence of an estate-representative monarchy (2).