Concepts of the person in the symbolist philosophy of Viacheslav Ivanov

Studies in East European Thought 61 (2-3):89-96 (2009)
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Viacheslav Ivanov's concept of person underwent significant development in the course of his career. In his earliest works the person is a transient form that is to be superseded by union with the supra-personal, transcendent self. In works of his middle period Ivanov posits the person as an image of the transcendent self. Lastly, in the 1910s Ivanov integrated these two concepts into a hermeneutic view of the person as an agent of transcendence



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