- Fedorov?

I am here!

- Are you Fedorov?

I think so.

- Is your last name "Fedorov"?

Yes, it's only spells differently. With "A". "Antohin."


Perhaps, I'm tired, but the pages look useless.

What did I have in mind, writing them?


And the quotations are stupid (Berdyaev); how could it be?

I even do not want to comment of level of Fedorov's writing...

Talant is rare, you know.

How could I finish anything when I do not want to tell anything to anybody?


2007-2008 [ ru-blog : anatolant.livejournal.com ] new? In Russian, but not about Russia?



* fedorov engl page



fool.vtheatre.net v. Crazy Russian

filmplus.org/tech/fedorov + tech.vtheatre.net/fedorov [ru]

Гражданство есть небратское, неродственное состояние блудных сынов. Только блудные сыны-граждане способны требовать прав и свобод. [ Father-Russia has no Fedorov page, but it should! russia.vtheatre.net/... ]

... Проект Федорова и есть проект избежания страшного суда. Понимание апокалипсиса как угрозы, предупреждения, как притчи, как условного, а не безусловного, т.е. зависящего не только от Бога, но и от человека, — самое глубокое у Федорова, поистине гениальное. [B]

... Utopia Project @ pomo.vtheatre.net [ images ]

... old Fedorov pages [ + vernadsky ]

Fedorov Pages.07

. . . Antohin against Fedorov : Культ предков — языческая религия. Berdyaev
Fedorov, USA [ Theology of Technology ]

The End of the Cold War [ WWIII ] was the end of the modern world, the rest is pomo.

... dictionary/glossary pages

fedorov Marxist Theology - Communist Christianity


death2 Feforov.engl?

... and?

cetandy.tripod.com/fedorov :

to check questia -- What Was Man Created For? The Philosophy of the Common Task: Selected Works, ed. E. Koutiassov and M. Minto (Lausanne, Switzerland: Honeyglen/L'Age d'Homme, 1990)


N. F. Fedorov, 1828-1903: A Study in Russian Eupsychian and Utopian Thought By Stephen Lukashevich [ google books ]

"The Philosophy of the Common Task"
"Philosophiya obschego dela"

(1915 - #186)

... Русский народ создал огромное, небывало огромное государство и истратил на это дело так много сил, что изнемог. Русские обессилены огромностью своего государства, оборонительным своим положением в мире. Подавляющие размеры русской государственности, имевшей свою сторожевую миссию в истории, порождали своеобразный государственный паразитизм и вампиризм, диктовавший разные обманные идеологии. Славянофильская идеология, требовавшая безвластия народа и общества, была порождена этим своеобразным государственным вампиризмом. На горе русскому народу, столь несчастному по своему историческому положению, государственность превратилась из средства в цель и получила способность вести самодовлеющую, почти фиктивную жизнь. Отсюда небывалое развитие бюрократии и слабое развитие самодеятельности общества и личности и в прошлом, и в настоящем. [273] * [ emotional, but not deep -- Russian style ]

* [ in Russian ] Николай Бердяев РЕЛИГИЯ ВОСКРЕШЕНИЯ

[ berdyaev.com online library ] V. A. Kozhevnikov: "Nikolai Fedorovich Fedorov", The book was published gratis, not for sale.

* For Further Reading:

Berdyaev, N. A. "N. F. Fyodorov." The Russian Review 9 (1950). The information in this article is now dated. Fedorov's thought was not without influence on Berdyaev's existentialism.

Berdyaev, N. A. The Russian Idea. New York: Macmillan Co., 1948. Fedorov and other original Russian thinkers were yet very Russian in their thought.

Edie, J. M.; Scanlan, J. P.; Zeldin, M.; and Kline, G. L., eds. Russian Philosophy. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1965. This is a good place to begin if you want to read Fedorov directly (in English translation).

Lossky, N. O. History of Russian Philosophy. New York: International Universities Press, 1951. Federov is included in this history.

Lukashevich, S. N. F. Fedorov (1828-1903): A Study in Russian Eupsychian and Utopian Thought. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1977. The methodology used in this study may not insure full appreciation of Fedorov's thought, but it does demonstrate that his thought was indeed a detailed, coherent philosophy in which the various pieces fit together.

Rawls, J. A Theory of Justice. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1971. A twentieth century classic in quasi-Kantian political philosophy.

Schmemann, A., ed. Ultimate Questions: An Anthology of Modern Russian Religious Thought. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1965. Selections (translations) from Russian religious thinkers, including Fedorov, concerned with eschatology or other "ultimate" questions.

Young, G. M. Nikolai F. Fedorov: An Introduction. Belmont, Mass.: Nordland Publishing Co., 1979. Not only an excellent introduction, but a mine of references and information inviting further Fedorovian research. Much of Fedorov's written work has yet to be translated from Russian into English.

Zakydalsky, T. D. N. F. Fyodorov's Philosophy of Physical Resurrection. Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1976. A Ph.D. dissertation (Bryn Mawr) of 531 pages.

Zenkovsky, V. V. A History of Russian Philosophy. New York: Columbia University Press, 1953. Federov is included in this history.

by Charles Tandy, Ph.D. < www.tandy.freehomepage.com >