Vladislav Arzhanukhin

Drogi rosyjskiej scholastyki
[The Ways of Russian Scholasticism]

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11 - 2006, pages 193–210
Date of online publication: 15 juin 2015
Date of publication: 01 novembre 2006

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Abstract

This article outlines the history and development of Russian scholastic thought, whose evolution took place over the course of a century, from the mid-17th to the mid-18th centuries. By the time scholasticism began to spread in Russia, it had already reached its final stages of development in Europe. Of the three major European schools of scholasticism—nominalism, Thomism and “second scholasticism”—the last two were the most popular ones in Russia.

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Arzhanukhin, Vladislav. Drogi rosyjskiej scholastyki.” Forum Philosophicum 11 (2006): 193–210. doi:10.5840/forphil20061119.

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