N.F. Fedorov's Philosophy in the Context of the Culture of the Russian Renaissance

Russian Studies in Philosophy 38 (2):75-88 (1999)
At the beginning of the Italian Renaissance, Michelangelo lamented in a sonnet dedicated to his beloved Vittoria Colonna that in carving sculptures he could only create dead forms and was powerless to create a living thing:My pitiful geniusIn love can call forth only death
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DOI 10.2753/RSP1061-1967380275
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