Brothers Karamazov, The

Brothers Karamazov, The

family given to the pleasures of flesh. [Russ. Lit.: The Brothers Karamazov]
See: Lust
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Within the world of The Brothers Karamazov, the continuing corruption of the innocent is a simple and all but inescapable fact.
Drawing upon the phenomenology of Emmanuel Levinas and the philosophical insights of Ivan Karamazov from Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov, the paper attempts a rethinking of the possibility of concrete acts of goodness in the world.
In Feodor Dostoyevsky's The Brothers Karamazov, the cynical brother Ivan tells a story -- which has somehow made its way into philosophical textbooks as the beginning of existentialism -- of the Grand Inquisitor who, when Christ returns to 16th century Seville, arrests him.
1) Later in life, when asked about his favorite books, Faulkner typically recited a memorized list of "old friends" like Moby Dick, Madame Bovary, The Brothers Karamazov, the Old Testament, and so on.

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