Author: Dr Oleg.T Ermishin, Moscow 2020, 780 pages, in Russian
Vladimir Nikolaevich Ilyin (1890–1974) – philosopher, theologian, literary and musical critic, one of the most prominent thinkers of the Russian emigration. At the end of his life, he wrote a large study on the history of Russian philosophy, which has been preserved in his personal archive. For the first time in this book, an archival text is published, which presents the original view of V. N. Ilyin on Russian philosophical thought, as understood by the author as part of Russian culture and its centuries-old development.
The book is intended for anyone interested in the legacy of Russian emigration, the history of Russian philosophy and culture.