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Introduces key Russian thinkers prior to the 1917 revolution, offering insight into regional philosophical belief systems about happiness, society, and morality that challenges popular conceptions.
Keywords Philosophy, Russian History
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Call number B4201.C43 2004
ISBN(s) 1585679526   1585679658   1843542854   9781585679522   9781843542865   1843542862
DOI 10.1007/s11212-007-9034-7
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