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Alexander Gofman

In tracking Durkheim's Russian career, this article first explores Russian sociology during his lifetime, emphasizing its internationalism and noting Russian-related reviews in the Année sociologique. It then focuses on the issue of religion, to compare his approach with contemporary Russian trends, especially bogoyiskatielstvo (god quest) and bogostroyitielstvo (god building). In concluding with the Russian reception of his last great work, Les Formes élémentaires, it contrasts the circumstances before and after his death, the year of the Bolshevik Revolution, and especially compares the responses of Nikolai Berdyaev and Pitirim Sorokin.

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Kyle Michael James Shuttleworth and Nik Farrell Fox

Bataille (6), Nikolai Berdyaev (7), and Paul Tillich (8) respectively. In the first chapter, it is demonstrated that Kierkegaard's relationship with mysticism is one of ambivalence. Within his well-known texts he is often quite critical about mysticism

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Boris Maslov

conditioned by a collective project of building a classless society. In 1937, Nikolai Berdyaev noted that Bolshevism, of which he was highly critical, “rechanneled the religious energy” of Christianity. He had no doubt that communism, a reaction to the