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    Marina F. Bykova (2016). On Nikolai Berdyaev and His Philosophical Thought. Russian Studies in Philosophy 53 (4):255-259.
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  2. Mikhail N. Gromov (2016). The Captive and Apologist of Freedom. Russian Studies in Philosophy 53 (4):260-275.
    This article provides a brief analysis of the life, work, and character of Nikolai Berdyaev. He is described as both a captive and apologist of freedom, and as an influential representative of existential personalism.
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  3. Vladimir K. Kantor (2016). Berdyaev on Dostoevsky: Theodicy and Freedom. Russian Studies in Philosophy 53 (4):324-337.
    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.
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  4. Aleksei A. Kara-Murza (2016). Berdyaev's Moscow: A Philosophical Investigation of Local History. Russian Studies in Philosophy 53 (4):338-351.
    Based on considerable factual material, the author establishes Berdyaev's Moscow addresses and shows how Berdyaev's Moscow environment related to different stages of his philosophical work and public life.
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  5. Marina S. Kiseleva (2016). Understanding History: The Decisions of Nikolai Berdyaev. Russian Studies in Philosophy 53 (4):305-323.
    The article focuses on the intellectual decisions that Berdyaev made, especially in the first decade of his professional life, and that indicate his adoption of Marxist, idealist, and mystical-Christian religious beliefs. It analyzes what impact those beliefs had on the evolution of his understanding of history.
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  6. Julia V. Sineokaya (2016). The Vorticalt Anthropology of Nikolai Berdyaev. Russian Studies in Philosophy 53 (4):291-304.
    This article discusses the sources and principal ideas of Nikolai Berdyaev's philosophical anthropology. The author argues against the recent trend of including Berdyaev among conservative Russian religious thinkers.
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  7. Ol'ga A. Zhukova (2016). The Philosophy of New Spirituality: The Creative Manifesto of Nikolai Berdyaev. Russian Studies in Philosophy 53 (4):276-290.
    The prominent Russian intellectual, Nikolai Berdyaev, is renowned for his metaphysics of creativity, which he founded on a unique concept of freedom. His unorthodox interpretation of human freedom and the reality of the Spirit became a kind of manifesto for religious existentialism. This article analyzes the social and metaphysical significance of Berdyaev's philosophy of creativity in the context of the European and Russian philosophical traditions.
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    Rafiga J. Azimova (2016). A Philosophical and Sociological Basis for Upbringing and Education Microsystems in Modern Society. Russian Studies in Philosophy 53 (3):231-241.
    This article focuses on some of the central issues of philosophy of education, such as the problem of acquisition of knowledge, the essence of human potential, the question of the foundation for a viable upbringing, and social dimensions of education. The article discusses one of the key problems of the global world - the problem of man considered in all complexity of the XXI century that presents serious challenges to human sustainability through predictable and unpredictable extreme events of the environmental, (...)
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    Marina F. Bykova (2016). The Question of the Human: On the Role of the Human Sciences in Contemporary World. Russian Studies in Philosophy 53 (3):191-195.
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    Valentina G. Fedotova & Alexandra F. Yakovleva (2016). Science as a Phenomenon of Modernity. Russian Studies in Philosophy 53 (3):218-230.
    This article discusses changes that have occurred in science in response to a transforming modernity. One of the results of such changes is a variety of viewpoints on science today and the heated debate about science, its objectives, and its effectiveness, which is explained by the desire to exert influence on how science and science education are organized. The article assesses the current situation of science reformation in Russia from the perspective of historical experience of natural and social sciences, particularly (...)
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    Svetlana G. Il'inskaya (2016). Freedom and Humanities and Social Sciences Education in Russia: Problems and Prospects. Russian Studies in Philosophy 53 (3):196-217.
    This article presents a retrospective analysis of the evolution of the Russian humanities and social sciences education system, highlighting issues that the current system has faced during the country's repeated transformations in the twentieth century, especially in the 1990s.
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    Guzel K. Saykina (2016). The Social Potential of Human Metaphysics: Human Metaphysics as Anthroposociodicy. Russian Studies in Philosophy 53 (3):242-253.
    In this article the author justifies the social mission of human metaphysics: to produce human forms of compatibility and to direct society toward a model of being, while eliminating social distance.
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