Problems of Idealism: Essays in Russian Social Philosophy

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Yale University Press, 2003 - 468 pages
The appearance of Problems of Idealism in 1902 was a watershed in the vibrant cultural renaissance known as the Russian Silver Age. A collection of twelve essays by some of Russia's most important philosophical thinkers, the volume has become a classic in the history of Russian thought. Its exploration of the philosophical foundations of liberalism--personhood, autonomy, law, progress--represents the highest achievement in the rich Russian tradition of social thought. This translation brings the original anthology to English-language readers for the first time. In a comprehensive introduction, Randall Poole places the volume in its historical context and assesses its significance.
 

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Table des matières

Conception and History
6
Key Ideas
28
Continuations and Differentiations
51
Significance of Ideas in History E N Trubetskoi
124
Toward Characterization of Our Philosophical Development
143
The Ethical Problem in the Light of Philosophical Idealism
161
Friedrich Nietzsche and the Ethics of Love of the Distant
198
Solution of SocialEthical Problems B A Kistiakovskii
325
Danilevskii
356
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À propos de l'auteur (2003)

Owen Bennett Jones was the BBC correspondent in Pakistan between 1998 and 2001 and witnessed firsthand many of the events that brought General Musharraf to power. He has written for the Guardian, Financial Times, and Independent newspapers, the London Review of Books, and Prospect magazine.

Randall A. Poole is Associate Professor of History at the College of St. Scholastica. He has translated and edited Problems of Idealism: Essays in Russian Social Philosophy (2003) and written numerous articles and book chapters in Russian intellectual history and philosophy.

Caryl Emerson is A. Watson Armour III Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at Princeton University.

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