Continuity and succession in contemporary Russian philosophy

Chernyaev, Anatoly
December 2014
Studies in East European Thought;Dec2014, Vol. 66 Issue 3/4, p263
Academic Journal
The article provides a comprehensive view of the problem of continuity and succession in contemporary Russian philosophy by considering the filiation of ideas as well as external factors of historical, socio-cultural, mental, and psychological nature. Examined as well are factors both conducive and detrimental to the continuity and succession of ideas. The major part of the article concerns the most important philosophical schools in contemporary Russia (namely, Marxism, cognitivism, postmodernism, and contextualism) and offers an analysis of their ideological genealogy within the history of Russian and Soviet philosophical thought.


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