Между тьмой и светом: воспоминания о Блоке и Штейнере как автобиографический проект Андрея Белого
The article dwells on the character of the impact of the dramatic poem "Peer Gynt" by Henrik Ibsen on "Northern Symphony" by Andrey Bely. The analysis is based on Bely''s articles concerning the Norwegian playwright''s oeuvre of and on the comparison the two works'' systems of images, which are claimed to be parallel. However, Bely turns the "real" layer of the dramatic poem into the "symbolic" one of the symphony.
The paper is devoted to analysis of “sophiological” concepts in writings of two prominent religious philosophers: Jewish and Hellenistic author Philo of Alexandria (25 BC – 50 AD) and Russian thinker Vladimir Solovyov (1853 – 1900). The subject of particular interest for a historian of philosophy is the specific aspect in sopiological constructions of both authors that might be described as “intimately romantic”.