Slavic rev. volume 55, issue 1, P167-169 1996 DOI: 10.2307/2500985 View full text
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Richard Wortman

Abstract: theme of both Rossiia i Germaniia and Kant ifilosojiia v Rossii: the Russian search for a national distinctiveness in philosophy. In reviewing these volumes, I have tried to show how certain (e.g. the ethical, ontological and apophatic) elements of this distinctiveness emerge from the Russian reception of Kant in particular. In turn, these peculiarities of Russian philosophic culture reveal Kant himself in new perspective, bringing out theoretical insights of his philosophy that post-kantian German idealism an…

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