The End of Russian Philosophy
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“Alyssa DeBlasio’s well-researched monograph addresses the state of philosophy in contemporary Russia. … appeals more to those with an interest in the state of post-Soviet philosophy, but can also be read by those interested in the general history of Russian philosophy or select contemporary Russian philosophers … . With its extensive scope, bibliographical wealth, and detailed notes, The End of Russian Philosophy provides an excellent assessment of current (and long-standing) dynamics in the field of Russian philosophy.” (Benjamin Jens, Slavic and East European Journal, Vol. 60 (4), 2016)
Alyssa DeBlasio is Assistant Professor in the Russian Department at Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, where she also contributes to the Philosophy Department and the Film Studies program. Her work on Russian philosophical thought has been supported by the American Council of Learned Societies, the National Endowment for the Humanities, Fulbright-Hays, the Yegor Gaidar Foundation, and the American Council of Teachers of Russian. She has published articles and film reviews in the Russian Review, Studies in East European Thought, Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema, Kinokultura, and Epistemologiia i filosofiia nauki (Epistemology and the Philosophy of Science).