The Conservatism of Konstantin Leont'ev in Present-Day Russia

Russian Studies in Philosophy 35 (2):51-60 (1996)

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Konstantin Leont'ev is one of those Russian thinkers about whom much has been said and written both in Russia and abroad. Interest in his works has increased steadily in the past five years: collections of his works are being published, special conferences are being held, and articles and monographs are being written. In the process it turns out that a thinker who died a hundred years ago is perceived in Russia as "our contemporary," as a clairvoyant and a prophet, but also in large measure as a teacher to whom many are inclined to turn in their searches for intellectual world-view and ideological orientations
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