Natalya A. Kutsenko. From the History of Russian Kant Studies in the 19th Century

This article is devoted to the dissemination and research on Kant’s philosophy in Russia in the early 19th century. The author considers both the process of dissemination of information about Kant’s teaching via printed materials and the analysis of his heritage in professional philosophical — in particular, ecclesiastic — circles. This process is illustrated by archive materials.

Key words: philosophy, theology, categorical imperative, academic philosophy, Kant studies.

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