The article presents a differentiation of connotations for the following numbers: one, two, three, four and five from the Dmytro Merezhkovsky’s journalistic program. The implicative nature of the numbers is already established. On its basis there is the synthesis of binary oppositions with religious and philosophical directions and additional extrapolation of the number system into Russian political and cultural areas in the first half of 20th century. The purpose of this article is to differentiate multiple connotations of author’s images and to demonstrate examples of their use. The subject of this study is also to show the ways of reality reflection in the symbolist journalism. The article presents numerical symbols in D. Merezhkovsky’s publicism.
The article discusses the issue of how Dmitry Merezhkovsky thinks about Polish Republic new religious consciousness, appearances of anti-bolshevists. Researches are based on the analysis of publications in periodicals of Polish Republic. The main issue is religious messianism of Russian and Polish peoples.
befinden und damit einer geringeren
Kontrolle unterliegen, können Orte des Übergangs vom Katholizismus zu
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Formen der neuen
theology, were foreseen by Vladimir Solovyov
(1853-1900).71 The love paradigm offered by Aksenov-Meerson and his sem-
inal and provocative idea of all-unity may be traced through Russian religious
philosophical thought, its “newreligiousconsciousness” and its symbolism.
Hildegard of Bingen and Martin Luther, deeply rooted in the biblical wisdom
tradition and the cultural context of their time, confirmed the necessity of the
Spirit’s illumination/enlightenment and schooling, as was shown in this paper.
To seek to formulate new approaches to the urgent theological