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Yuliya Apanasenko
Reception of Heidegger’s philosophy in Russian and Soviet thought.
Faculty of Philosophy
Bachelor’s programme
2014
In this paper I examine the comprehension of Heidegger’s philosophy in the works of Russian emigrant philosophers, who lived abroad, and in the works of Soviet researchers, who worked in 1960-1990-es and contemporary Russian philosophers. The heritage of Martin Heidegger is very important for European philosophy, and Russian philosophy is influenced by Heidegger’s philosophy as well.

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