An Idea Of The Universal Redemption In The Russian Religious Philosophy

The paper is a reconstruction and an analysis of eschatological conceptions formulated in the Russian religious philosophy during the first half of the 20th century. Among the representatives of this trend in the Russian philosophy were N. Berdyaev, L. Shestov, L. Karsavin, S. Frank, M. Łosski, and S. Bułgakov, who were preceded by the late 19th century writers like V. Soloviov, and M. Fedorov. Most of the Russian conceptions of eschatology of that time expressed variously understood conception of an universal redemption, and were supplemented by a variety of ontological, anthropological and ethical ideas. The author stresses the differences between them by means of a typology proposed by him. The initial reconstructions and analyses serve him as a context within which he poses the question of the consequences of crisis of eschatology which he takes to be one of the main factors determining the present condition of culture. Key words REDEMPTION, ESCHATOLOGY
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