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Vladimir Lossky

(1903—1958)


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(1903–58),

Russian lay theologian. Expelled from Russia in 1922, he spent most of his life in France. He was a leading exponent of Orthodox thought to the W. world and an opponent of the sophiological doctrines of S. Bulgakov.

Subjects: Christianity.


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