Solovyov’s Conception of Christian Culture
In previous chapters I have directed considerable attention to Solovyov’s views on Judaic and Christian schemes for a theocratic society. I have also underlined the point that the notion of theocracy became closely bound, in Solovyov’s mind, with the attempt to define as fully and lucidly as possible the features of a spiritual community.
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