Dostoevsky's Political Thought

Dostoevsky's Political Thought

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Recognized as one of the greatest novelists of all-time, Fyodor Dostoevsky continues to inspire and instigate questions about religion, philosophy, and literature. However, there has been a neglect looking at his political thought: its philosophical and religious foundations, its role in nineteenth-century Europe, and its relevance for us today. Dostoevskya€™s Political Thought explores Dostoevskya€™s political thought in his fictional and nonfictional works with contributions from scholars of political science, philosophy, history, and Russian Studies. From a variety of perspectives, these scholars contribute to a greater understanding of Dostoevsky not only as a political thinker but also as a writer, philosopher, and religious thinker.The personal relationship of Solovyov and Dostoevsky is set forth in Edward Hallett Carr, Dostoeva€” sky (1821a€”1881): A New Biography (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1931), 277ff. ... 20; Renato Poggioli, aquot;Dostoevski, or Reality and Mytha€ in The Phoenix and the Spider: A Book of Essays about Some Russian Writers ... Cf. Evgenii Lampert, Studies in Rebellion (London: Routledge and K. Paul, 1957), 142.

Title:Dostoevsky's Political Thought
Author: Richard Avramenko, Lee Trepanier
Publisher:Lexington Books - 2013-05-23

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