On the Way to the Integrity of Knowledge (Book review: T. Obolevich. Faith and Science in Russian Religious Thought. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019)
The publication of Professor Teresa Obolevich's book Faith and Science in Russian religious thought has become one of the notable facts among historians of Russian thought. Teresa Obolevich is well known in modern Russian studies thanks to her fundamental works and research on the testimony of Russian philosophers and theologians. In addition, Professor Obolevich is a recognized archival expert of the Russian intellectual emigration and a researcher who discovered the previously unknown writings of Russian religious philosopher Semyon Frank , as well as his personal correspondence with representatives of both Western and Russian philosophical thought. Professor Teresa Obolevich was one of the first academics in Eastern Europe investigating Semyon Frank’s philosophical views and intellectual heritage. In addition, the researcher revealed the legacy of one of the outstanding women of the Russian diaspora, an historian, writer, philosopher, and theologian Mirra Lot-Borodina. In recent years, Professor Obolevich has been researching materials from the archives of Fr. Georgy Florovsky, a Russian theologian, a representative of the Russian neo-patristic school, and a prominent figure in the ecumenical movement of the 20th century.