Спор о гуманизме: сравнительный анализ концепций высшей цели человека Ф. Ницше и В.С. Соловьева.
The article analyzes the views on human’s destiny held by F. Nietzsche and V.S. Solovyov, the thinkers that expressed different opinions of the ultimate goal of human’s evolution. While the German philosopher saw such a goal in human’s elevation to a superior being – Übermensch, Solovyov found it in forthcoming humanity’s evolution to God-manhood. Despite considerable differences in their philosophical anthropology, both thinkers shared the belief that human self-sufficiency postulated by Renaissance humanism should be overcome. In the meantime, for both philosophers, the ideal of a future human overshadowed, to a degree, an image of a present human being. The article concludes that the coordinate system of human existence – society, nature, God – should not omit the other, a particular human being, who can be the only object of a person’s practical humanism.