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Heidegger on Technology

NY: Routledge, 2018.

Article
Sociology of Max Weber in the 21st Century: From Reception to Actualization

Filippov A. F., Farkhatdinov N.

Russian Sociological Review. 2019. Vol. 18. No. 2. P. 9-15.

Book chapter
Iconic Revolution: The Asceticism of ‘Old Icons’ and the Avant-Garde
In press

Levina T.

In bk.: What is to Be Done? Art Practice, Theory and Criticism in Russia during the Long Nineteenth Century. Berlin: Logos Verlag Berlin, 2019.

Working paper
Childhood in Medieval Autobiography

Zaretsky Y.

SSRN Working Paper Series. SSRN Working Paper Series. Social Science Research Network, 2019

The "Shade of Christianity" in Sartre’s metaphysics: a talk by Tatiana P. Lifintseva at the Oxford Symposium on Religious Studies

Professor Tatiana P. Lifintseva gave a lecture at the Oxford Symposium on Religious Studies at the Old Library of the University Church of St Mary the Virgin (December 5-7 2016)

The "Shade of Christianity" in Sartre’s metaphysics: a talk by Tatiana P. Lifintseva at the Oxford Symposium on Religious Studies

The paper deals with an important problem: the problem of a latent Christian foundation of Western philosophy – the existentialism of Jean-Paul Sartre, in this case. The author tries to show that in spite of his declared atheism Sartre’s metaphysics latently comprises the ontological “melancholy for God” and that the “Absenсе оf God” (which IS GOD, according, for example, to the doctrine of modern "negative theology") is the primary principle for “building” of the whole metaphysical system of Sartre and his concept of human consciousness and subjectivity. As the core of existential philosophy in general (be it religious or “atheistic” / non-theistic) are the problems of personality (“being-to-death”, “the border situations”, "freedom", "guiltiness", "responsibility", "the alternate", etc.) – so, its problematics is extremely close to traditional Christian anthropology.

Oxford Symposium on Religious Studies