Sens dziejów i kenoza w myśli Augusta Cieszkowskiego i Włodzimierza Sołowjowa
The sense of history and kenosis in August Cieszkowski’s and Vladimir Solovyov’s thought
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August Cieszkowski was one of the brilliant Polish thinkers of the nineteenth century, who combined Hegel’s philosophy with Christian mysticism. The main subject of this text is a presentation of the role of kenosis in a historical perspective and the category of future, which means the union of humanity, end of time and creating The Common’s Church. Additionally, I am going to show the relation between Cieszkowski’s and Vladimir Solovyov’s philosophy (especially the theory of Godmanhood). Both views are similar and search, in their criticism of Hegel’s system, for a way to messianistical redemption. The purpose of the comparison is to indicate the similarities in the philosophy of August Cieszkowski and Vladimir Solovyov, relating to the problem of a sense of history and kenosis.
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