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Russian religious mind
G. P. Fedotov
Includes bibliographies and indexes
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The Russian Religious Mind, Volume I which presents as does G.P. Fedotov’s a historical synthesis of the ideas and sentiments which together make up the Russian religious mind.
Fedotov presents, not the complex of organized dogmas, liturgy, and Canon Law of the Russian Church, but the subjective side of religion—the thoughts, feelings. Russian religious mind book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Russian Religious Mind: Kievan Christianity 0th Edition by George P.
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Fedotov. Originally published: The Russian religious mind (volume I) ; [, ©] -- The Russian religious mind (volume II) ; , © Description: 2 volumes ; 22 cm.
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Book Review. Fedotov, The Russian Religious Mind. Vol. II: The Thirteenth and the Fifteenth Centuries. Edited with a foreword by John Meyendorff. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Pp. xiv + We must be truly thankful to Father Meyendorff for this wonderful volume. Far from charting the Russian mind, Ronald Hingley uses the suggestively broad title of his latest book as an occasion to expound pat Western views on things Russian, ranging from the grammatically exotic perfective and imperfective aspects of Russian verbs, to pre- and post-revolutionary sexual mores, and, most importantly, to past and present Russian political orientations, both official and.
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Book Format: Hardcover. Original Languages: ENG. Number of Pages: Author: G P Fedotov. ISBN Publication Date: May, Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H) Today Russian Orthodoxy is the country’s largest religious denomination, representing more than half of all adherents. Organized religion was repressed by Soviet authorities for most of the 20th century, and the nonreligious still constitute more than one-fourth of the population.
Other Christian denominations are much smaller and include the Old Believers, who separated from the Russian. The Russian Religious Mind, pp It was upon, or against this spiritual mindscape that Eastern Christianity came 1, years ago, carrying with it the oracles of the Divine Male Principle--Dionysus indeed, the Mystery of Christ, who is not simply the Lord of.
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This is the pseudo-religious mind. The pseudo-religious mind believes in its own imagination, in its own thinking, and is afraid of anything that goes against it or is even a little different from it. Otherwise, religions would not have been fighting for thousands of years.
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Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — — £ Paperback "Please retry" £ Although the essays in this book were originally written to explore the tensions between Soviet communism and Russian culture, the thinking about the Russian mind that emerges is.
Religious freedom in Russia once again is in danger. On September 4,President Boris Yeltsin signed and sent to legislators in the Duma a draft bill "On Freedom of Conscience and on.
"Old Believers" or "Old Faithful" — is a general name for the religious group that separated itself from the Russian Orthodox Church in the 17th Century.
It all began during the reign of Patriarch Nikon, who wanted to correct all mistakes in the Church books and Church services around This book explores central issues of modern Russian religious thought by focusing on the work of Soloviev and three religious philosophers who further developed his ideas in the early twentieth century: P.
Florensky, Sergei Bulgakov, and S. Frank. Title: The Modern Encyclopedia of Religions in Russia and the Soviet Union, Volume 3 Academic International reference series The Modern Encyclopedia of Religions in Russia and the Soviet Union, Paul D.
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In this respect, Russian thought may be compared with nouvelle theologie, Radical Orthodoxy, and other recent movements in Christian postsecular thought. For this reason it remains astonishingly.
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