Дерзновения и покорности Льва Шестова: Сборник научных статей к 150‑летию со дня рождения философа
The author of this article reconstructs the philosophical dialogue of Lev Shestov and Vladimir Solovyov. Particular attention is paid to the work of Lev Shestov "Speculation and Apocalypse. Religious philosophy of Vl.S. Solovyov”, in which the thinker through the critique of the ideas of his opponent reveals his views and attitudes to mainstream moral principles. Shestov does not accept Christianity as a synthesis of Eastern and Western culture, and he also denies the idea of Christ as the Divine Logos - the Word, following which a man can understand God. In this statement was convinced Solovyov, who followed the formula Anselm of Canterbury "credo ut intelligum". Shestov, in turn, is guided by the formula of Tertullian "credo quia absurdum."