Solov’ëv: the passion for unity


’31 July, 2000 marked the one hundredth anniversary of the death of Vladimir Sergeevic Solov’ëv, most definitely the greatest of Russian religious thinkers and among the leading thinkers in the history of Christianity. Hans Urs Von Balthasar, comparing him with St. Thomas Aquinas, called him ‘the greatest creator of order and organisation in the history of thought’. Unfortunately, Solov’ëv is generally unknown in Italy, where many of his works still remain to be translated. The aim of the exhibition is to make Solov’ëv better known to the general public, in order to make his not easy thoughts and ideal journey more accessible and stimulate further and deeper study. A photographic exhibition, in which reconstructed historical and cultural environments alternate with panels of a biographical nature and others with a more explanatory intent.’


20 Agosto 2000 - 26 Agosto 2000


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