Philosophical Thought in Moscow Rus
Philosophical Thought in Moscow Rus
Annotation
PII
S207987840002111-1-1
DOI
10.18254/S0002111-1-1
Publication type
Educational text
Status
Published
Authors
Mikhail Gromov 
Affiliation: Institute of Philosophy RAS
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Abstract
In this article author analyzes such features of Russian philosophic thought and spiritual culture of Moscow Rus as: interpretation of ancient Russian scribes of the Mongol-Tatar invasion, the growth of national identity at the end of the 14th century, the confrontation between non-possessors and Josephis, messianic dimension of the doctrine “Moscow the Third Rome”. Also author is paynig a special attention to the socio-economic and geopolitical foundations of Russian thought of this period.
Keywords
ethical interpretation of the Mongol-Tatar invasion, the growth of national identity, the doctrine of the monk Filofei, Sergius of Radonezh, Nilus of Sora, Maximus the Greek
Received
26.02.2018
Publication date
30.05.2018
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