N. F. Fedorov (1828-1903): A Study in Russian Eupsychian and Utopian Thought
N. F. Fedorov was one of the most formidable Russian thinkers of the nineteenth century. His influence on philosophical, religious, and social thought was enormous. In this volume Professor Lukasbevice uses his structural method to elucidate the psychological problems that accounted for Fedorov's extraordinary ideology.
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According to Fedorov Accordingly animal Art Religious Action artist Astronomy become capitalist causal chapter Column of Strand common paternity Consequently Copernican temple creation cult death division of mankind Earth Eupsychia evolution of man's evolution of Strand extra-ecclesiastical liturgy fact familial morality Fedorov put Fedorov's ideology filiality Fourth Paschal Problem fraternity God-likeness guilt Holy Trinity Learned Commission liturgy man's assumption man's humanity mankind into learned Moreover multi-unitarian kinship N. F. Fedorov Ninth Paschal notion patrification of universal positive chastity Primal Common Father psychology Ptolemaic temple re-creation and resurrection regulation of Nature religion Russian Autocracy Russian Orthodox Church Second Developmental Column self-creation and immortality Seventh Paschal Problem sexual sexual selection Slavophiles society formation solution Station XI Strand II strands of man's striving thinking and knowledge Third Developmental Column Third Paschal Problem three strands tion transformation twelve Paschal Problems unfraternal unification of mankind united mankind unity without confusion universal space Utopian commune vertical posture
Page 41 - of Man Man, one harmonious soul of many a soul, Whose nature is its own divine control.
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