Vladimir Dimov's new book is dedicated to Moscow State University, outstanding representatives of politics, science and culture who came out of the walls of the first university of Russia, its teachers and students.
The first part of the book is written in the genre of free essays about the birth of the Russian elite, the great Russian educator and scientist M.V. Lomonosov, statesman and military reformer G.A. Potemkin.
In the second part, the special historical mission of the university is widely presented - truth and freedom have always been close here, and the main subject - freedom of thought - created a special flavor of intra-university life.
The third part of the book is an essay and memoirs of a former student and graduate student about his studies and life at the historical, philosophical and economic faculties, about the era of Rector I.G. Petrovsky at the turn of the 1960s and 1970s, his teachers and friends.