Goal of research: to reconstruct the intellectual dialogue between Russia and Europe as equal partners and to show the mutual influence of Russian and European culture and philosophy
Methodology: intellectual modeling of the dialogue between Russian and European thinkers; analysis of the ideas of Russian philosophers, who turned out to be relevant to Western European thought; analysis of the historical and cultural context of the formation and development of the cross-ideas of Russian and Western European philosophy; systematization, decoding and analysis of archival materials on a given topic; analysis and selection of sources, allowing to recreate the historical-philosophical process and intellectual biographies of prominent representatives of Russian thought; analysis of primary sources in order to determine the influence of representatives of European philosophical thought from previous historical periods; analysis of the historical and cultural context of the formation and development of the idea of Russian Europeanism.
Empirical base of research: funds of Russian and European archives
Results of research: The dialogue between Russian and European thinkers as equal partners has been reconstructed on the basis of archival materials; proved a high degree of mutual influence of the two cultures; a historical and philosophical reconstruction of the process of mastering the philosophical heritage of Europe by Russian thought was carried out, and the main ideas of Russian thinkers that attracted the attention of the European intellectual community were revealed; presents a model of the new modality of Russian culture, open to dialogue, showing the pathos of Russian philosophy, literature and Russian art, its universal spiritual significance for the fate of Europe and Russia
Level of implementation, recommendations on implementation or outcomes of the implementation of the results: The results of the study are used in writing programs and the implementation of academic courses at the Faculty of Humanities, in particular within the framework of the research seminars at the master's programs of the school of philosophy, within the framework of the all-university course “Russia and Europe: a philosophical dialogue”, as part of the obligatory course “History of Russian Philosophy XIX-XX centuries”.