(18741948). B. Kiev. Educ. Kiev and Heidelberg. Russ. philos., at first Marxist, later leaning to Neo-Kantianism. Banished from Russ., he continued activity in Berlin and Paris, where he founded religiophilos, academy. Man is center of his teaching: human liberty and creativity. Wrote Freedom and the Spirit; The Destiny of Man; Solitude and Society; Spirit and Reality.
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