though he later returned to the Russian Orthodox Church E Soloviev was a close friend of Dostoevsky and he is believed to be the inspiration for the character Alyosha Karamazov in Dostoevsky's masterpiece The Brothers Karamazov 7 He wrote a number of books, including The Justification of the Good, The Meaning of Love and The Crisis of Western Philosophy: Against the Positivists His writings influenced a number of philosophers and theologians, including Nicolas Berdyaev, Sergey Bulgakov and Pavel Florensky 0 The imminent coming of the Antichrist was the theme of Soloviev's final book. written in 1899, Three Dialogues on War, Progress, and the End of History ▪ Soloviev advocated the reunion of the Eastern and Western Churches in his book Russia and the Universal Church O It has been suggested that Soloviev converted to Catholicism four years before his death in 1900, but this is hotly disputed
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Keywords: Sophiology, Sergei Bulgakov, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, The Brothers Karamazov, Solovyov, Pavel Florensky, Alyosha Karamazov, The Brothers K, Nikolai Berdyaev, Russian Orthodox Church, Vladimir Solovyov, Religion / Belief
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