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SOURCE:   Manuscript. Tambov: Gramota, 2019. 3. P. 105-108.
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https://doi.org/10.30853/manuscript.2019.3.21

THE ARCHIMANDRITE FEOFANS (AVSENEV) PHILOSOPHICAL DOCTRINE OF A HUMAN

Ryapolov Sergei Vladimirovich
Voronezh State University


Submitted: 28.01.2019.
Abstract. The article discusses the philosophical doctrine of a human by the archimandrite of the Russian Orthodox Church Father Feofan (Avsenev). Father Feofan (Avsenev) has created an original philosophical system on the issue of a human. A human, according to the philosophers thought, has a complex, hierarchically built structure. By his body composition, he is associated with the inorganic kingdom, by plant functions - with the plant kingdom, and by earthly inclinations and soul abilities - with animals. Spirit crowns the hierarchy, the essence of which is incessant pursuit of the God. Platonic motives in Father Feofans (Avsenev) philosophy are of great interest not only as a distinctive direction of the Platonism philosophy, but also in the context of the formation of the original Russian religious-philosophical thought. But, unfortunately, Father Feofans (Avsenev) original philosophical system is not studied well enough and can be attributed to a number of "gaps" in the history of the Russian philosophy.
Key words and phrases: , , , , , , human, death, philosophical anthropology, Russian religious philosophy, Kiev Philosophy School, Russian Platonism.
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