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  1. V. K. Kantor (2011). "Krushenie Kumirov", Ili, Odolenie Soblaznov: Stanovlenie Filosofskogo Prostranstva V Rossii.
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  2. V. K. Kantor (2007). Vladimir Solov'ev: The Imperial Problems of World Theocracy. Russian Studies in Philosophy 46 (1):76-102.
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  3. V. K. Kantor (1998). Violence as a Provocation of Civilizational Collapse in Russia. Russian Studies in Philosophy 37 (1):72-85.
    Every one of us has been a participant these days in futile and endless conversations about the fact that in the past few years violence in our country has excalated to the limit or, more accurately, beyond all limits. No one remembers the nightmares concealed behind the bureaucratic term "mass repressions," when tens and hundreds of thousands of the country's inhabitants were sentenced to death and were exterminated on orders from the top, in a planned manner through "troikas." Human memory (...)
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  4. V. K. Kantor (1977). The Interactions of Science and Art as a Sociocultural Problem. Russian Studies in Philosophy 16 (1):87-93.
    The debates now in progress about the interactions of science and art compel one involuntarily to recall that such discussions have been held more than once and were, a long time ago, perhaps no less heated. It suffices to cite virtually at random certain statements of Pisarev, for example , for us to see, as in a cloudy mirror, both today's advocates of scientism and the romantics of art. Does this mean that all we need is to bear in mind (...)
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