Russian Studies in Philosophy 39 (1):87-100 (2000)

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Berdiaev always insisted on his exclusive closeness to Dostoevsky. He attributed to Dostoevsky the main ideas and motifs of his own philosophizing and simply called himself "Dostoevsky's son" in developing the eschatological problematic and on the question of theodicy
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