The destiny of a person in L.P. Karsavin’s philosophy of history

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In the article analyses L.P. Karsavin’s concept of a person in his philosophy of history. Opens the specificity of Karsavin’s understanding of a person in the framework of Vl. Solovyov’s All-Unity and differences from Berdyaev’s personalism. The author comes to conclusion that Karsavin’s philosophy of history has personalistic character and in it reproduced the most systematic in Russian metaphysics experience of studying and understanding forms and types of personality in history of world and Russian culture.

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N Y Malgina

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

History of Philosophy Chair


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