The individual and nothingness (stavrogin: A Russian interpretation)

Studies in East European Thought 62 (1):41 - 54 (2010)
This study is an attempt to reconstruct and sum up philosophical interpretations of Stavrogin, the main hero of the classic Dostoevsky’s novel “The Devils”, given by the outstanding Russian religious thinkers in the twentieth century. The author emphasizes that, however different can be their philosophical premises, the discussed interpretations of Dostoevsky’s hero are compatible and complementary. Confronting and, above all, synthesizing different points of view, he tries to grasp the basic historiosophical, anthropological and religious ideas of Russian renaissance.
Keywords Stavrogin  Personality  Tragedy  Acedia  Russian renaissance
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