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  1. Filosofii͡a V Moskovskom Universitete.A. T. Pavlov - 2010
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    Philosophy at Moscow University: Institutional and Staffing Aspects Up to 1917.A. T. Pavlov - 2003 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 42 (2):48-68.
    The present article does not claim to illuminate the substantive aspect of the philosophical ideas that were the subject of scholarly research and teaching at Moscow University. This question has been examined many times in the literature on the history of philosophy. However, when one acquaints oneself with the history of philosophy education at the university, one is struck by the fact that the literature lacks a systematic description of the forms in which the teaching of philosophy was implemented and (...)
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    The Question of the Uniqueness of Russian Philosophy.A. T. Pavlov - 1994 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 33 (1):37-49.
    The question of the uniqueness [svoeobrazie] of Russian philosophy and its distinctive features has been around for more than a century. Since the 1840s, when Russian philosophers set about studying the history of philosophical thought in Russia, the question immediately arose as to whether one could speak of Russian philosophy as a distinctive [samobytnoe] and original phenomenon, or whether it would be more correct to speak of philosophy in Russia, i.e., the existence in Russia of philosophical ideas whose roots lay (...)
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    University Philosophy in Russia.A. T. Pavlov - 2003 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 42 (2):6-20.
    University philosophy 1 consists of the philosophical doctrines that were developed and taught at universities and some other secular institutions of higher education. The term "university philosophy" is conventional to some extent: it does not denote a type of philosophical theory but all the philosophical doctrines that were officially recognized or "sanctioned" by the relevant authorities . Academy philosophy, that is, the philosophy taught at theological academies, had a more determinate character because without exception it had to agree with Christian (...)
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