Other relevant keywords: Neobuddhism, Northern Buddhism, Religion, Repressed Philosophers, Science, Social Karma Bidia Dandaron (1914–1974) Bidia Dandarovich Dandaron was a Buddhist practitioner and scholar from Buryatia, known for his influence on the development of the philosophical study of Buddhism in the Soviet Union. Early Life Dandaron was born on December 14, 1914 ..
Other relevant keywords: Sin, Choice, Personality, Loneliness, Music Yakov Druskin (1902-1980) Yakov Semenovich Druskin was the longest-living member of the informal avant-garde literary-intellectual group called the Chinari (the “titled ones,” or “rankists”). In the late 1920s and early 1930s, the Chinari included poets Daniil Kharms and Alexander Vvedensky and the philosopher Leonid Lipavsky, all ..
“Unofficial Thoughts” by Yakov Druskin January 29, 1948 Unofficial thoughts are thoughts not of reason, or even not founded in reason; and yet, certain thoughts of this kind are some of the most intelligent. This is something that Tolstoy never understood. Reason is official. Unofficial thoughts are fruitless, in the sense that they ..