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Gender and love in Russian philosophy
Kuparashvili Mziya Dzhemalovna

Doctor of Philosophy

Professor, the department of Philosophy, Oms State University named after F. M. Dostoyevsky

644099, Russia, Omskaya Oblast' oblast', g. Omsk, ul. Tarskaya, 13 B, kv. 21

kuparashvili@rambler.ru
Vetrova-Deglan Meri Sergeevna

Senior Educator, the department of Public Relations, Service and Tourism, Omsk State Transport University

644099, Russia, Omskaya Oblast' oblast', g. Omsk, ul. Tarskaya, 13 B, kv. 21

mooon76@inbox.ru

Abstract.

The determination of peculiarities of comprehension of gender in the Russian philosophy and its inclusion into the philosophy of love is the main subject of this study. Specificity of Russian interpretation of gender problems has a more fundamental appearance and substantial anthological tone. The terminological apparatus for analyzing the issues of gender defines the crucial otherness of the Russian philosophy. The factors, revealing the Orthodox sounding of questions, that are associated with the gender and love, provide a more in-depth analysis of the topic. The authors examine the various aspects of love: as a universal law, passion, and eros. Methodology contains the historical approach and method of conceptual analysis of the authors who dedicated their works to the subject of gender and love. A profound ethical analysis of the key notions along with the extensive attention to the bio-physiological aspect of the phenomenon of love sublime it to joy, compassion, and sincere desire of the good. Comprehension of love as the universal virtue or cosmic greatness can become a moral foundation of the revival and preservation of humaneness.

Keywords: passion, aestheticism, morality, eros, gender, theology of sex, philosophy of love, sex, space value, androgyne

DOI:

10.25136/2409-8728.2018.4.25656

Article was received:

16-03-2018


Review date:

09-03-2018


Publish date:

05-04-2018


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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