Sergey S.Horujy is a Russian philosopher and theologian, theoretical physicist, specialist in James Joyce’s work, and translator of his novel Ulysses into Russian. Starting with systematic studies of Eastern-Christian mystico-ascetical practice (hesychasm), he developed “synergic anthropology”, which attempts to describe the radical changes undergone by human beings in modernity. He is the founder and director of the Institute of Synergic Anthropology in Moscow and an honorary professor of the UNESCO.
TODAY philosophers could say about their subject what Prince Hamlet said about his time: Philosophy is out of joint. Philosophical discourse has lost its unity and integrity; it is fragmented and … Read More