REASON AND RELIGION IN THE RUSSIAN PHILOSOPHY
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The author presents two different accounts of the origins of the Russian philosophy. According to the first one, Russian philosophical thought has grown as an autonomous discipline, whereas the second depicts it as a compilation of trends and ideas borrowed from the Western tradition. He stresses the religious character of the Russian philosophy, focusing on its two fundamental categories: Sophia (Divine Wisdom) and Godmanhood, that result in an original account of the relation between faith and reason.
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