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ISBN-10: 9004180052

ISBN-13: 9789004180055

Eros and Creativity in Russian non secular Renewal explores a convention of sublimation and the theories of creativity in works of the 4 maximum Russian spiritual thinkers: Solovyov, Rozanov, Berdyaev and Vysheslatsev. Crone's research provides what's missin

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383ff. M. Lopatin on Solovyov in “Filosofskoe mirosozertsanie Solovyova”// Voprosy filosofii i psikhologii, January-February, 1901, 45–91, and “Pamiati VI. S. Solovyova”//Voprosy filosofii i psikhologii, 1910, no. 5, Book 105, pp. 625–627 quoted in Losev, p. 545. 42 Rozanov, “Ob odnoi zasluge…,” pp. 373ff. solovyov on eros and creativity 25 To Zen’kovsky’s objection that Solovyov included too much that was “alien,” (chuzhoe), Solovyov presents the picture of Greek state religion with the center besieged from the periphery (as Russian Orthodoxy is by foreign Western influence), the Greek colonies, but the center, the native tradition, was rotting from within.

373). The “generation in beauty” (rozhdenie v krasote) is of body and soul in Plato; he writes: “Sexual procreation is a divine thing” (p. 373). It is a “sort of love of immortality…Marvel not at the love men have for their offspring, for that universal love and interest is for the sake of immortality” (p. 375). Of creative Eros it is said: “There certainly are men who are more creative in their souls than in their bodies…and such are poets and all artists who are deserving of the name inventor” (p.

The fact that Solovyov, like Plato, was dealing with Eros and Creativity at the same time, as is done in the Symposium and the Phaedrus leads the Russian thinker to proclaim these two dialogues as the most important for Plato. Solovyov is by no stretch the only student of Plato to claim this, but he appears to do so because of his own preoccupations and interests in the decade in question—Eros/love and philosophical-religious and artistic creativity. Having thus related his own current activity to Socrates’ and Plato’s— though never explicitly—he concludes by outlining the task that remains to be done, by himself, a Christian.

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