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He approvingly quotes Nikolai Berdiaev, who predicted in 1906 that Lenin's doctrines heralded a "religious socialist state" that would be "a new form of absolute state, unrestricted by any unconditional values or ideas, by any inalienable rights" (p.
They are Saints of Ancient Russia by Georgii Fedotov, Ways of Russian Theology by Gerogii Florovskii, The Russian Idea by Nikolai Berdiaev, and the History of Russian Philosophy by Vasilii Zenkovskii.
Mackay also introduced me to the thought of the Dane Soren Kierkegaard, Russian Nikolai Berdiaev, and Spanish Miguel de Unamuno and their passionate criticism of nominal religiosity.
The best known of them, philosopher Nikolai Berdiaev, strolled the deck wearing a broad hat and galoshes and carrying a thick cane.
The most famous person on the list of 186 was Nikolai Berdiaev, the world-renowned philosopher of mystic non-Orthodox Christianity and critical philosophy, an opponent of the close link between church and state under the czars.
The author's selection of the next two authors is puzzling, insofar as neither Nikolai Losskii nor Nikolai Berdiaev would consider themselves "sophiologists.
As a scholar affiliated with the prestigious Gorky Institute of World Literature in Moscow, he published articles and books dealing with a wide variety of French and Russian writers and thinkers, including Fyodor Dostoevsky, Albert Camus, Nikolai Berdiaev, and Vasilii Rozanov.
Paris in the 1920s and '30s became the intellectual heart of Russian emigration, and Tataryn has focused on some of the brightest lights of the Russian Diaspora: George Fedotov, Sergei Bulgakov, Georges Florovsky, Vasilii Zenkovskii and Nikolai Berdiaev.
Tymieniecka's introduction to the theme of the conference and her inaugural lecture on the meaning of time in her theory of ontopoiesis, the papers are presented under six headings, followed by a "rejoinder" on the Russian philosopher and mystic, Nikolai Berdiaev.
Born in an aristocratic family in Kiev, Nikolai Berdiaev (1874-1948) lived through the cataclysmic events of the first half of a century whose aftershocks still haunt us.
17), if Nikolai Berdiaev and Isaiah Berlin, to name two well-known students of the topic, had made this case long before the 1970s?
Only occasionally are the names of Russian thinkers of the nineteenth and the early twentieth centuries mentioned - Nikolai Stankevich, Timofei Granovsky, Ivan Turgenev, Nikolai Ogarev, Sergei Bulgakov, Paul Florensky, Vladimir Solovyov, Dostoevsky, Nikolai Berdiaev - and even then often in but a single line.