ПУТЬ К СПАСЕНИЮ: ДВЕ ВЕРСИИ Ф.М. ДОСТОЕВСКОГО

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The article explores the comprehension of human perspectives in the era of the "death of God" in the works of F.M. Dostoevskii. Two versions of salvation that are adyacent to the writer's metaphysical world are considered. One of them outlines the contours of a neo-Christian philosophy of a religious-existential type, in which the negative experience of freedom indicates transcendence, presupposes a breakthrough from the self-sufficient consciousness of the individual to the higher divine reality. Another version is the aesthetic yustification of the world and human being, the famous doctrine of saving the world by Beauty. In this version, the motifs of German Romanticism, combined with the motives of Orthodox spirituality, are transformed into a neo-Christian version of aesthetic pantheism, in the background of which the statement of the beauty of the “ideal of Christ”. It is shown that these versions embody two lines of thought that are fundamentally incompatible with each other. The religious-existential version of salvation in its origins goes back to Kant, according to which God is transcendental to the empirical existence of man and the true foundation of freedom is enclosed in the sphere of transcendence. The second version dates back to Schelling and the German Romantics and assumes the immanence of the divine meaning, truth and goodness of the very foundation of existence, which manifests itself in beauty.
Título traduzido da contribuiçãoWay to salvation: two versions of F.M. Dostoevskii
Idioma originalRussian
Páginas (de-até)27-38
Número de páginas12
RevistaКонтекст и рефлексия: философия о мире и человеке
Volume6
Número de emissão
Estado da publicaçãoPublished - 2017

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