Na bezdrożach rosyjskiej tożsamości. Od Trzeciego Rzymu do Trzeciej Międzynarodówki. Mikołaj Bierdiajew i Gieorgij Fiedotow
Seeking an Identity – from the Third Rome to the Third International Nikolai Berdyaev and Georgy Fedotov
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This work examines the Russian philosophers: Georgy Petrovich Fedotov and Nikolai Alexandrovich Berdyaev. Fedotov was a Russian religious philosopher, historian, essayist, author of many books on Orthodox culture, regarded by some as a founder of Russian “theological culturology”. Berdyaev was a Russian religious and political philosopher. The article is devoted to the messianic idea of the Russian nation assumed either an apocalyptic form or a revolutionary. Instead of the Third Rome in Russia, the Third International was achieved, and many of the features of the Third Rome pass over to the Third International. The Third International is also a Holy Empire, and it also is founded on an Orthodox faith. The Third International is not international, but a Russian national idea.
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