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The spirit of Russia : studies in history, literature and philosophy

Author: T G Masaryk; Eden Paul; Cedar Paul
Publisher: London : George Allen & Unwin ; New York : Macmillan Company, 1919.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
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Masaryk, T.G. (Tomáš Garrigue), 1850-1937.
Spirit of Russia.
London, Allen & Unwin; New York, Macmillan [1919]
(OCoLC)599913934
Named Person: Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: T G Masaryk; Eden Paul; Cedar Paul
OCLC Number: 1133028
Language Note: Translated into English from the original German. Translation of Russland und Europa.
Notes: "First published in 1919"--Title page verso.
"The aim of the present work is to furnish an understanding of Russia from the inside through the instrumentality of Russian literature ... What I write about Dostoevskii is the core of the understanding."
"The German edition from which the translation is made was published at Jena in 1913"--Translators' foreword.
Includes index in each volume.
Description: volumes : genealogical table ; 23 cm
Contents: V. 1 --
Part One: The problems of Russian philosophy of history and philosophy of religion --
"Holy Russia." Moscow as third Rome --
Peter's reforms. The linking up of Russia with Europe --
Theocratic reaction after the French Revolution ; Its defeat before Sevastopol. Opening of the political and philosophical revolution (Catherine II --
Nicholas I) --
Liberation of the peasantry in 1861. Administrative reforms --
Renewal and continuation of the Nicolaitan regime after a brief liberal interlude. Growth of the terrorist guerilla-revolution ; Alexander II becomes its victim. Accentuation of the theocratic reaction ; Counter-terrorism. Its defeat in the war against Japan --
The first general revolutionary movement among the masses ; The beginnings of the constitution. The counter-revolution --
Problems of the philosophy of history and of religion in Russia. A summary statement --
Part Two. Sketches of Russian philosophy of history and philosophy of religion --
P.J. C̆aadaev. Catholic versus orthodox theocracy --
Slavophilism. The messianism of orthodox theocracy. Slavophilism and panslavism --
Westernism. V.G. Bĕlinskii --
The synthesis of westernism and slavophilism. Apollon Grigor'ev --
Aleksandr Herzen. Philosophical and political radicalism --
M.A. Bakunin. Revolutionary anarchism. V. 2 --
Realism and nihilism. C̆erny-Ševskii and Dobroljubov. Pisarev. --
The so-called sociological subjectivists ; Lavrov and Mihailovskii --
The theorists of the offical theocracy : Katkov ; Pobědonoscev ; Leont'ev --
Vladimir Solov'ev ; Religion as mysticism --
Modern socialism ; Marxism and the social democracy ; Marxism and the Narod-Ničestvo. The crisis within the Marxist movement. The religious problem. The social revolutionaries --
Modern anarchism. Kropotkin. Anarchism and socialism --
Liberalism --
The crisis in revolutionism ; The religious question --
Part Three (A summary): Democracy versus theocracy ; The problem of revolution --
The epistemological problem of Russian philosophy --
The religious problem of Russian philosophy --
Democracy versus theocracy --
Democracy and revolution --
Holy Russia ; The Russian monk and Feuerbach.
Responsibility: by Thomas Garrigue Masaryk ... translated from the German original by Eden and Cedar Paul.

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