Dr. Neža Zajc: Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky’s Old Russian Source of "Inner Man"
The lecture focuses on three authors, Dostoevsky, Bahtin and St. Maximus the Greek, with a particular emphasis on the so-called inner man, first referred to by the monk Maximus the Greek (c. 1470–1556) in (Old) Russian literature.
Sergej Valijev, MA: Raskolnikov and the Drama of Internal Dialogue
Focusing on Raskolnikov, the protagonist of Crime and Punishment, the lecture draws attention to the complexity of man’s inner self, as depicted in Dostoyevsky’s novels. The character is yet another, priceless addition to Dostoyevsky’s in-depth exploration of the "inner man".
All events in cooperation with LUD Literatura