Русский философ сто лет спустя — к построению образа
A Russian philosopher a hundred years later — to build an image. Russian Russian philosopher, who was exiled on a «philosophical steamship» and on a «philosophical steam locomotive» a hundred years ago by the Bolshevik government, is an attempt to correlate with the image of today’s philosopher in Russia, who is ready to consider himself «Russian». The image of a modern Russian philosopher is built on the basis of published interviews, articles and monographs by a relatively small circle of authors whose status as philosophers in the Russian intellectual environment is not in doubt. The image obtained as a result of such selection can be defined as a very approximate «sketch» — almost a «cartoon», since the three main features of the modern «Russian philosopher» create a space of «absence» of proper «Russianness» and the property of «philosophicness». Such a result makes us raise the question of why a modern «Russian philosopher» (or at least one of the variants of such a philosopher) is self-supportingis it self-determined by the negation of negation: denies not only the legacy of the passengers of the «philosophical steamship/steam locomotive», but also denies the legacy of «Soviet philosophy»? That is, he starts from the «zero mark» — from himself, promising the future and denying the past and present of Russian philosophy?