Russian Philosophy Forum
A Service of The Transnational Vladimir
Welcome to Russian Philosophy Forum! We are an informal group
of persons interested in Russian philosophy. Russians, Americans and West Europeans, our
group includes both students and scholars. Our purpose is to expand transnational
communication, education, research and publication in this field. You are invited to join
us. We will provide access to a variety of ways of learning about and discussing Russian
philosophy, past and present.
The Forum is being organized by several Russian, American and
West European members of The Transnational Vladimir Solovyov Society,
whose names and e-mail or fax addresses are listed below.
As this Forum develops, we will take advantage of the fact
that we have Society founders and key representatives in Russia and Ukraine as well as
England, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden and the United States. Additional country
representatives are expected to join these soon. At present we can correspond by e-mail or
fax in English, French, German or Russian, though English will provide much faster replies
and general communication.
The organization sponsoring both Russian Philosophy Forum and
The Transnational Vladimir Solovyov Society is The Transnational
Institute. The other Internet activity of the Transnational Institute is the new
information service Russia on the Web.
As of 1999 the Society has established an e-mail list for
those interested in Solovyov and his legacy. In fact, as of 2000, Society membership is
achieved simply by joining this list. To subscribe to it send a blank e-mail (no subject
or message) to: email@example.com
To unsubscribe send blank e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on this list, go to: http://www.egroups.com/list/solovyov
Web Pages Related to Russian
Another way that this forum can function is to provide links
to web sites and papers in this field or to bibliographies. For example, right now you can
receive a fine bibliography of the works of Nikolai Berdyaev, prepared by Fr. Steven
Janos, by clicking on:
We will also publish here a selection of papers in this
field. Our first two selections are:
If you know of other documents or papers in this field that
exist at World Wide Web sites, please send us their URL addresses and we can provide links
to them in this page. Click here for e-mail reply
form. Only works in the public domain can be so referenced, not copyrighted material.
Of course, even copyrighted material can be used if we have permission.
In sum, we anticipate establishing Internet and e-mail links
with other groups interested in Russian philosophy, the Russian Orthodox Church and
related aspects of Russian culture. When especially relevant, we will add their World Wide
Web addresses in this section of our forum. As a preview of Web pages that we'll have in
this section, we urge you to visit the following Web sites:
|Nelly Motroshilova, Head of Department of the History of
Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences; author of The Birth
and Development of Philosophical Ideas (Moscow, 1991); Volkhonka 14, Moscow 119842,
Russia; Fax 095-200- 3250.|
|Leonid Polyakov, Senior Research Associate, Department of
Social Philosophy and Anthropology, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences;
author of Methodological Introduction to the History of Nineteenth-Century Russian
Philosophy (Moscow, 1990); Volkhonka 14, Moscow 119842, Russia. Fax 095-200-3250; Tel.
|Piotr Shalimov, Consultant, Association "Russian
Political Encyclopedia"; V. Pik ul. 4- 1, Moscow 129256, Russia; Tel. 095-181-0013;
From the United States:
|Caryl Emerson, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures,
Princeton University; specialist in the thought of Mikhail Bakhtin and translator of his
works; coauthor of Mikhail Bakhtin: Creation of a Prosaics. E-mail:
|Clinton Gardner, President of The Transnational Vladimir
Solovyov Society; author of Between East and West: Rediscovering the Gifts of the
Russian Spirit (Moscow: Nauka,1993). Fax 802-649-1000; E-mail: email@example.com.|
|George Kline, Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, Bryn Mawr
College and Chair of the Solovyov Society's Advisory Council. The author of numerous works
in this field, including the book Religious and Anti-Religious Thought in Russia,
he was the translator into English of V.V Zenkovsky's History of Russian Philosophy.
|Judith Deutsch Kornblatt, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Slavic
Languages, University of Wisconsin; E-mail: kornblatt@wiscmacc.|
|James Scanlan, Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, Ohio State
University; editor of the quarterly translation journal Russian Studies in Philosophy;
coeditor of the three-volume anthology Russian Philosophy. E-mail:
The Transnational Vladimir Solovyov Society will co-sponsor
its seventh international conference in Moscow August 26-30, 2000. The primary
Russian sponsor is The Institute Of Philosophy, where the conference will be held. For
details, contact the Society by e-mail at address below.
Russian Philosophy Forum was begun on October 18, 1995 and
will be continuously updated. Latest update June 4, 2000.
The Transnational Vladimir Solovyov Society
Clinton C. Gardner, President
Norwich, VT 05055 USA