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1st English translation: "The Philosophy of Inequality" is a significiant and passionately intense work by the eminent Russian religious philosopher, Nicholas Berdyaev (), written in the early months following the Communist Revolution in Russia. It was published only later in in Berlin, Author: Nicholas Berdyaev. BERDYAEV AS A PHILOSOPHER How shall a non-Russian, above all a North American, assimilate the extraordinary assemblage of ideas which is Berdyaev's philosophy? Dr. Richardson does not exaggerate the difficulties. And he introduces us with great care (and what a . Berdyaev's Philosophy of History by David Bonner Richardson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Nicholas Berdyaev is the author of The Philosophy of Inequality ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 0 reviews), The Fate of Russia ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 /5(7).
By some standards Berdyaev is a theologian rather than a philosopher; for he takes the truth of the Christian revelation for granted and his work can readily be viewed as an elaborate apologetic for one religion against all others and against irreligion. Yet I incline to sympathize with him in his claim to be a philosopher. 1st English translation: "The Philosophy of Inequality" is a significiant and passionately intense work by the eminent Russian religious philosopher, Nicholas Berdyaev (), written in the early months following the Communist Revolution in Russia. It was published only later in in Berlin, following his expulsion from Russia/5(6). Books and Journal Articles written "by" Berdyaev, and the primary Books written "about" Berdyaev in English. Николай Бердяев Библиография (Я. Кротов)-- the (in Russian) Bibliographie of Berdyaev's Russian Writings (including also Online E-text transcriptions), by our. Obtaining guides The Philosophy Of Inequality: Letters To My Contemners, Concerning Social Philosophy, By Nicholas Berdyaev now is not kind of difficult means. You can not simply going for publication shop or collection or loaning from your good friends to review them.
Jan 16, · Berdyaev wrote in terms reminiscent of Dawson and other quasi-mystics since the French revolution: The substance of life can only be religious. It . Berdyaev on Dostoevsky: Theodicy and Freedom The author examines the key philosophical problem of theodicy and freedom as it was ﬁrst formulated by Fyodor Dostoevsky and later developed by Nikolai Berdyaev. In a letter () to his brother, Dostoevsky famously wrote: “Man is a mystery that must be solved, and if you spend your entire life. Contents The Philosophy of Inequality. First Letter: Concerning the Russian Revolution .. 1. Second Letter: Concerning the Religio-Ontological Fundamentals. Influenced by Vladimir Solovyov and Slavophile and Orthodox ideas in general, he renewed his faith and shifted first to Idealism (Neo-Kantianism), then Symbolism, and finally to Spiritual Philosophy. Berdyaev was one of the authors Berdyaev was one of the authors in Vekhi (“Signposts”) as well as Iz Glubiny (“From the Depths”) and Problemy Idealizma (“Problems with Idealism”).