Faith and Reason in Russian Thought - ebook
In Russian culture there was neither Scholasticism nor Renaissance, and the problem of faith and reason was formulated most of all on the ground of Patristic tradition. This collection of essays explores various dimensions of this alternative Russian account. It shows peculiarities of Orthodox interpretation of faith, traces the interrelations between Eastern and Western thinkers, and investigates the heritage of Russian religious philosophy, with a special attention to Pavel Florensky, Sergius Bulgakov and Georges Florovsky.
Andrei Bronnikov, Sergei Khoruzhy, Svetlana Klimova, Anna Kurkiewicz, Andrey Maidansky, Olga Morozova, Alexei V. Nesteruk, Sergey Nizhnikov, Teresa Obolevitch, Paweł Rojek, Peter Rusnák, Marina U. Savel’eva, Walter Sisto, Tomas Sodeika, Lina Vidauskytė, Janna Voskressenskaia.