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The Russian Religious Mind, Volume II

The Middle Ages: The Thirteenth to the Fifteenth Centuries

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Publication Date: 01/01/1966

423 pages

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Volume II of G. P. Fedotov’s work is an illuminating study of the oppressive era of Mongol rule and gradual political centralization around Moscow, when the Orthodox Church was the only institutional structure acting as a nationally unifying force. It is not solely an examination of religious psychology but also an historical survey of the religious personalities, spiritual movements, and social developments of the period. Included is a complete bibliography of G. P. Fedotov’s works in Russian, French, German, and English.

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