Paul A. Eppler '16, Gettysburg College
Student Research Paper
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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.
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Eppler, Paul A., "Dostoevsky’s Ideal Man" (2015). Student Publications. 395.