Russian Philosophy and the Crisis of Identity

Russian Studies in Philosophy 31 (2):24-51 (1992)
The specificity of different perceptions must correspond to the metaphysical lines of the world. The metaphysical fault lines of being find expression in the peculiarities of the psychological structure of our experience. Ontologically, one would say: metaphysics produces psychology; psychologically, one would say the opposite: psychology determines our metaphysical structures. But symbolically, we will say, as we have said already: the metaphysical is expressed in the psychological, the psychological expresses metaphysics
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DOI 10.2753/RSP1061-1967310224
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