Other relevant keywords: Aesthetics; Creativity; Personality; Social Conditioning; Society, Totalitarianism Lidiya Ginzburg (1902–1990) Lidiya Yakovlevna Ginzburg was a literary scholar, known as the most talented student of the Russian Formalists. She was also an author of innovative, analytical prose both philosophical and almost social-scientific, which inhabits the boundaries between the genres of autobiography and ..
Other relevant keywords: Atheism, Emigration, Political Philosophy, Solovyov Alexandre Kojève (1902-1968) Born Aleksandr Kozhevnikov to a wealthy family of industrialists in Moscow, Alexandre Kojève garnered acclaim as a philosopher only after his emigration to Western Europe in 1920. His lectures on Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, held at the École pratique des hautes études in ..
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