Arts and Social Sciences Journal

ISSN: 2151-6200

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History of Philosophy in Russia


Alexy Alex

Philosophy entered Russia in the wake of Eastern Orthodox Christianity which was broadly distinguished from Western Christianity by the fact that within it there was no clear separation between philosophical knowledge and Christian faith. Over the course of the early centuries (and in point of fact, up to the sixteenth century), Russian philosophy developed within the context of a religious thought centred around the idea that true Christianity belonged exclusively to the Orthodox Church and to the messianic role of Russia as a third Rome.


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