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At the turn of the twenty-first century, the Russian state, revived after the collapse of the USSR, continues to form and refine its own civilizational choice. An important factor in this regard is the appeal to the historical memory of the contribution of domestic scientists who were ahead of their time in scientific developments. In this vein, this article considers the works of Pyotr Kropotkin, Vladimir Vernadsky, and Alexander Bogdanov, including their role in the formation of a new understanding of evolutionary and organizational concepts, as well as the significance of their ideas in the search for the modern civilizational choice of Russia. The author analyzes the contemporary significance of the works of a large group of Russian scientists who studied philosophical problems of the new environmental disciplines: social ecology and human ecology (E. V. Girusov, V. P. Kaznacheev, etc.). The article explores the potential opportunities and risks of civilizational development, which combines its technogenic orientation with deep socio-natural interaction. This includes ideas about the ecological imperatives embedded in the understanding of modern civilizational development and the process of transition from a technology-oriented culture, characteristic of technogenic civilization, to a bio- and eco-oriented culture of restoring the unity of man, society, and nature.

In: Philosophical Aspects of Globalization: A Multidisciplinary Inquiry