Slavery and freedom.

Berdyaev outlines his personal "philosophical journey" and describes the influences and experiences which brought him to his unique intellectual position. In Berdyaev's view, the only way of escape from the many forms of slavery--spiritual, economic, political--which shackle and impro...

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Main Author: Berdi︠a︡ev, Nikolaĭ, 1874-1948.
Other Authors: French, R. M. 1884-
Format: Book
Published: New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1944.
Table of Contents:
  • In place on an introduction: concerning inconsistencies in my thought
  • -- Part I. 1. Personality
  • - 2. Master, slave, and free man
  • -- Part II. 1. Being and freedom: the slavery of man to being
  • - 2. God and freedom: the slavery of man to God
  • - 3. Nature and freedom: the cosmic lure and the slavery of man to nature
  • - 4. Society and freedom: the social lure and the slavery of man to society
  • - 5. Civilization and freedom : the slavery of man to civilization and the lure of cultural values
  • - 6. The slavery of man to himself and the lure of individualism
  • -- Part III. 1. A. The lure and the slavery of sovereignty: the twofold image of the state
  • - B. The lure of war: the slavery of man to war
  • - C. The lure of slavery of nationalism: nation and people
  • - D. The lure and slavery of aristocracy: the twofold image of aristocracy
  • - E. The lure of bourgeois spirit: slavery to property and money
  • - 2. A. The lure and slavery of revolution: the twofold image of revolution
  • - B. The lure and slavery of collectivism: enticement of Utopia: the twofold image of socialism
  • - 3. A. The erotic lure and slavery: sex, personality and freedom
  • - B. The aesthetic lure and slavery, beauty, art and nature
  • -- Part IV. 1. The spiritual liberation of man: victory over fear and death
  • - 2. The lure and slavery of history: the three kinds of time. The twofold interpretation of the end of history. Active-creative eschatology.