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    The Social Myth and Human Domination of Nature in Georg Sorel and Stanisław Brzozowski.Krystof Kasprzak - 2022 - Studies in East European Thought 74 (1):93-110.
    In this article I aim to bring to the fore a problematic trait of Polish philosopher Stanisław Brzozowski’s thinking, which is his insistence on the metaphysical importance of human domination of nature through work, technology, and maximization of production. The focal point of the article is Brzozowski’s interpretation of Georg Sorel, with an emphasis on Reflections on Violence and the concept of the social myth. I argue that Brzozowski considers the primary strength of the social myth to lie in its (...)
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    The System of Faustian Meanings in Fyodor Dostoevsky’s Oeuvre.Tatyana Kovalevskaya - 2022 - Studies in East European Thought 74 (1):3-18.
    The article surveys various potential sources for Dostoevsky’s knowledge of the Faust legend, examines a range of arts, from literature to music, and focuses on the novel of Friedrich Maximilian Klinger as an important influence for Dostoevsky as the writer interacts with Faustian themes in The Brothers Karamazov on both literary and meta-literary levels. Klinger’s novel is considered in terms of the problems of epistemology and the limits of human cognition, problems rooted in finiteness as a defining characteristic of human (...)
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    The Brothers Karamazov and the Theology of Suffering.Elena Namli - 2022 - Studies in East European Thought 74 (1):19-36.
    This article offers a reflection upon The Brothers Karamazov, interpreted as a theological and philosophical contribution to the debate over humanity’s practical relationship to suffering and vulnerability. The relationship is practical insofar as the questions with which Dostoevsky struggles all relate to human agency: How should we live in the continual presence of suffering? The article reconstructs a theology of suffering in The Brothers Karamazov as a form of anti-theodicy. Further, the theology of suffering in The Brothers Karamazov is counterposed (...)
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  4. Review Of: Robert F. Slesinski, The Philosophy of Semyon Frank: Human Meaning in the Godhead. Fairfax, VA: Eastern Christian Publications, 2020. 266 Pages. Paperback: ISBN 978-1-940219-50-9, $ 25.00. [REVIEW]Teresa Obolevitch - 2022 - Studies in East European Thought 74 (1):137-139.
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  5. Marina G. Ogden, Lev Shestov’s Angel of Death: Memory, Trauma and Rebirth. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2021. 270 Pp. + Xix. Softcover: ISBN 9781800791121, US $67.95, eBook ISBN 9781800791145, US $67.95. [REVIEW]David Patterson - 2022 - Studies in East European Thought 74 (1):141-143.
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    Review of Mikhail Sergeev, Alexander Chumakov, Mary Theis (Eds): Russian Philosophy in the Twentieth-First Century: An Anthology, with a Foreword by Alyssa DeBlasio, Leiden & Boston: Brill Rodopi, 2020. XVIII, 426 Pp. Hardcover: ISBN 978-90-04-36997-6; E-Book: ISBN 978-90-04-43254-3. [REVIEW]Alexander Rybas & Alexey Malinov - 2022 - Studies in East European Thought 74 (1):129-136.
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  7. Soviet Cosmologies and Ontologies (1950s–1980s): Editors’ Introduction.Galin Tihanov & Keti Chukhrov - 2022 - Studies in East European Thought 74 (1):37-38.
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