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by Bruce K. Ward

  • ISBN: 0889201900
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Bruce K. Ward
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier University Press (November 19, 1986)
  • Pages: 216 pages
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This book points the way to a better understanding of the apparent contradiction between Dostoyevsky's concern with the highest reaches of human spirituality and at the same time with the most detailed developments in domestic and international politics. Dostoyevsky’s critique of the West. Bibliography: p. Includes index.

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Start by marking Dostoyevskyas Critique of the West: The Quest for the Earthly Paradise as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Not much attention has been given to Dostoyevsky's concern with the crisis of the modern West, although allusions to almost every aspect of Western ng the political, economic, and social dimensions-are present in his literary works and abound in his secondary writings.

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Dostoyevsky's Critique of the West: The Quest for the Earthly Paradise.

The Quest for the Earthly Paradise. He demonstrates not only that Dostoyevsky's observations about the West constitute a coherent critique intimately related to the deepest aspects of his though, but also that these can be rendered more systematic and explicit.

Ward, Bruce K. Format: eBook

Ward, Bruce K. Format: eBook. Social Formula - Reason And Love Of Humanity - The Man-god - Five: Dostoyevsky's Judgment Of The Final Western Social Formula - The Silence Of Christ - Dostoyevsky's Critique Of Reason - The Self-betrayal Of The Man-god - The Breaking Of Christ's Silence - The Appeal To Eternal Justice

the quest for the earthly paradise. by Bruce Kinsey Ward. Published 1986 by Wilfrid Laurier University Press in Waterloo, On. Canada. Intellectual life, Criticism and interpretation, Political and social views, Religion, Slavophilism, Internet Archive Wishlist. Fyodor Dostoyevsky (1821-1881). 195-198.

Published by: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. This book points the way to a better understanding of the apparent contradiction between Dostoyevsky's concern with the highest reaches of human spirituality and at the same time with the most detailed developments in domestic and international politics.

Not much attention has been given to Dostoyevsky's concern with the crisis of the modern West, although allusions to almost every aspect of Western civilization―including the political, economic, and social dimensions―are present in his literary works and abound in his secondary writings.

This book points the way to a better understanding of the apparent contradiction between Dostoyevsky's concern with the highest reaches of human spirituality and at the same time with the most detailed developments in domestic and international politics. Ward argues that the apparent polarization of "religious" thought and "political" analysis of the West are held together for Dostoyevsky in his search for the best human order. He demonstrates not only that Dostoyevsky's observations about the West constitute a coherent critique intimately related to the deepest aspects of his though, but also that these can be rendered more systematic and explicit.

What results is an incisve account of both the religious and the political thought of Dostoyevsky, which helps clarify what Dostoyevsky, which helps clarify what Dostoyevsky can teach us about the modern situation of the Western world and about the problem of human order in general, for, as the author states, "it was Dostoyevsky's great virtue as a thinker always to see the pressing issues of his particular time and place in the light of the 'everlasting problems.'"



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