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Introduction To Part One

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This is the introductory chapter of part one of the book which presents the two major Russian theories of sublimation which pre-existed Freud's, that of Vladimir Solovyov and that of Vasily Rozanov. It discusses the theory of sublimation in each case as it fits in to the thinker's overall Religious Philosophy. Solovyov is an overarching influence on the religious thought of each subsequent thinker. The influence on Berdyaev and Vysheslavtsev is seen throughout the book, with especial emphasis on Nikolai Berdyaev.

Keywords: Berdyaev; Freud; Russian theories; Vladimir Solovyov; Vysheslavtsev



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