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State, Religion and Church
No. 2 (1) 2015
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Table of contents
From the Editors
Religious Freedom as a Marker of Modernity: The Imperial Bequest
Regula M. Zwahlen
The Lack of Moral Autonomy in the Russian Concept of Personality: A Case of Continuity across the Pre-Revolutionary, Soviet and Post-Soviet Periods?
Multiculturalism and Religious Education in the Russian Federation: The Fundamentals of Religious Cultures and Secular Ethics
Orthodox Traditionalism in the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania: The Ethnicization of Religion as the “Internal Mission” of the Russian Orthodox Church
Konstantin Kostjuk (2013). The History of Social-Ethical Thought in the Russian Orthodox Church. (Istoriia sotsial’no-eticheskoi mysli v Russkoi pravoslavnoi tserkvi). Saint Petersburg: Aleteia (in Russian). – 448 pages.
Vera Zabotkina (Ed.). (2012). Russia: The Changing Image of Time through the Prism of Language. The Representation of the Concept of Time in Russian in Comparison with English and German. Moscow: Rukopisnye pamiatniki dreveni Rusi (in Russian).–427 pages.
Mikhail Smirnov (Ed.). (2012). Protestantism: Pro et Contra. Russian Authors’ Views and Polemics from the Sixteenth through the Early Twenty-First Centuries. Saint Petersburg: Izdatel’stvo Russkoi Xhristianskoi Gumanitarnoi Akademii (in Russian). – 846 pp