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The flow of ideas : Russian thought from the enlightenment to the religious-philosophical renaissance /

Andrzej Walicki ; translated by Jolanta Kozak and Hilda Andrews-Rusiecka ; editorial work by Cain Elliott.

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Main Author: Walicki, Andrzej.
Published: New York : Peter Lang, 2014.
Edition: 1 [edition].
Series: Eastern European culture, politics and societies ; v. 7.
Topics: Philosophy, Russian - History. | PHILOSOPHY - History & Surveys - Modern. | Philosophie.
Regions: Russland.
Genres: Electronic books. | History.
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Cover; Contents; Author's Note; Introductory Remarks; Part I: From the Enlightenment to Romanticism; Chapter 1; Trends and Tendencies in Enlightenment Thought; Introductory Remarks: The Paradoxes of Westernization; Catherine II and Enlightenment Philosophy; The Emergence of Professional Enlightenment Philosophy; Nikolai Novikov and Freemasonry; Mikhail Shcherbatov and the Aristocratic Opposition; Chapter 2; The Culmination of the Enlightenment inRussia: Aleksandr Radishchev; Radishchev's Life; Radishchev's Social Philosophy; Radishchev's Views on Ethics and Education.
Radical Reform or Revolution?The Treatise on Immortality; Chapter 3; Political Philosophy in the Age of Alexander I; Projects of International Order; The Liberal Conceptions; Nikolai Karamzin and conservatism; The Decembrists; The Northern Society; Nikolai Turgenev; The Southern Society; The Society of United Slavs; The Decembrist Philosophy of Russian History; The Decembrists' Place in the History of Russian Thought; Chapter 4; Anti-Enlightenment Trends in the Early Nineteenth Century; Mysticism; The Ideology of an Anti-Philosophical Crusade; The Wisdom-Lovers and Russian Schellingianism.
Ivan Kireevsky's Young Years, or a West-Inclined Version of Philosophical RomanticismPart II: The Reign of Nicholas I; Chapter 5; Petr Chaadaev and Religious westernism; Chaadaev's Metaphysics and Philosophy of History; Russia's Past and Future; Chaadaev's First Philosophical Letter; Apology of a Madman; Toward Ecumenism; Chaadaev's Place in Russian Intellectual History; Converts of the Age of Nicholas: Ivan Gagarin and Vladimir Pecherin; Chapter 6; The Slavophiles And Other Versions Of Anti-Westernism; The Slavophile Philosophy of History and Social Ideals.
The Concept of the "Integral Personality" and "New Principles in Philosophy"Slavophile Ecclesiology; Slavophilism as Conservative Utopianism; The Ideology of "Official Nationality"; Tyutchev's Imperial Vision; The Evolution of Slavophilism at the Time of Great Reforms; Chapter 7; The Russian Hegelians: From "Reconciliation with Reality" to "Philosophy of Action"; Nikolai Stankevich; Mikhail Bakunin; Vissarion Belinsky; Philosophical Evolution; Aesthetic and Literary Critical Views; Aleksandr Herzen; Chapter 8; Belinsky and Different Variants of Westernism; Belinsky's Westernism.
Ancient and Modern RussiaNarodnost' and Natsional'nost' in Literature; The Polemic with Maikov; The Dispute over Capitalism; The Liberal Westernizers; Timotei Granovsky; Konstantin Kavelin; Boris Chicherin; Chapter 9; The Petrashevtsy; The Social and Political Ideas of the Petrashevtsy; The Philosophical Ideas of the Petrashevtsy; Chapter 10; The Origins of "Russian Socialism"; The Evolution of Herzen's Views; The Crisis of Belief; The Concept of "Russian Socialism"; The Destiny of the "Old World"; Freedom and Necessity; To an Old Comrade; Nikolai Ogarev.

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