Dostoievsky's Philosophy of Man: A general discussion of Dostoievsky's View of Man's Nature and Destiny, together with pertinent discussion-reviews of six of his works.
By Constantine Cavarnos
“The present book has grown out of a lecture I gave on Dostoievsky[...] My lecture was part of a series on Existentialism, a contemporary philosophical movement in which my students showed a lively interest. [...]This book is addressed to all persons interested in Existential Philosophy—particularly that of Fyodor Dostoievsky—in Orthodox Christian thought as it finds expression in Dostoievsky's works, in Russian literature, and in general to all persons who are concerned with the human situation and the perennial vital questions.” —“PREFACE”
PREFACE MAN'S NATURE AND DESTINY: A GENERAL DISCUSSION SIX WORKS OF DOSTOIEVSKY DISCUSSED 1. THE DOUBLE 2. WHITE NIGHTS 3. AN HONEST THIEF 4. THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD: IN THE HOSPITAL 5. THE PEASANT MAREY 6. THE DREAM OF A RIDICULOUS MAN INDEX OF PROPER NAMES INDEX OF SUBJECTS
Item Number: BKC547 Publication Data: Belmont, MA: Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 1998 Format: softcover Number of Pages: 86 Dimensions (l × w × h): 21.4 cm × 14.0 cm × 1.7 cm Additional Information: black-and-white illustrations ISBN: 1‒884729‒45‒2