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Russian Studies in Philosophy
Editor: Marina F. Bykova, Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy and Religion, North Carolina State University ( mfbykova@unity.ncsu.edu )

Russian Studies in Philosophy publishes thematic issues featuring selected scholarly papers from conferences and joint research projects as well as from the leading Russian-language journals in philosophy. Thematic coverage ranges over significant theoretical topics as well as topics in the history of philosophy, both European and Russian, including issues focused on institutions, schools, and figures such as Bakhtin, Fedorov, Ilyenkov, Leontev, Losev, Mamardashvili, Rozanov, Solovev, and Zinovev.

The complete digital archives of Russian Studies in Philosophy beginning with Volume 1 (1962) are available free of charge to current institutional subscribers for the life of the paid subscription.

Volumes 1-39 (1962-2000) are also included in the Russian & East European Studies digital archive collection available for one-time purchase to non-subscribers.

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Editorial Board
David Bakhurst, Queen's University; Richard T. de George, University of Kansas; Loren R. Graham, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Philip T. Grier, Dickinson College; Michael Hagemeister, University of Basel; George L. Kline, Bryn Mawr College; Leonid Poliakov, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences; James P. Scanlan, Ohio State University (Editor Emeritus); Edward M. Swiderski, University of Fribourg


Table of Contents
Fall 2013
Vol. 52 No. 02
Philosophical Anthropology

Editor's Introduction
Philosophical Inquiry into the Essence of Man
MARINA F. BYKOVA 3
New Versions of the Interpretation of Human Nature
PAVEL S. GUREVICH 9
Three Answers to the Question of the Human
VIKTOR I. POLISHCHUK 35
The Symbol as an Anthropological Concept
ELVIRA M. SPIROVA 46
The Problem of the “I” as a Culturological Topic
Conflicts of the Late Enlightenment and Counter-Enlightenment
ALEXANDER L. DOBROKHOTOV 61
Corporeality: The Key to Analyzing the Realm of the Consciousness
IRINA A. BESKOVA 80

 

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