Authors

Paul A. Eppler '16, Gettysburg College

Document Type

Student Research Paper

Date of Creation

Fall 2015

Department

Philosophy

Abstract

This paper aimed to provide a comprehensive examination of the "ideal" Dostoevsky human being. Through comparison of various characters and concepts found in his texts, a kenotic individual, one who is undifferentiated in their love for all of God's creation, was found to be the ultimate to which Dostoevsky believed man could ascend.

Comments

This paper was written for Professor Vernon Cisney's course, PHIL 368: Reading- Dostoevsky, Fall 2015.

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