Personality as a Subject of Sofia Rusova's Philosophical and Educational Study
The article analyses the problem of personality in Sofia Rusova's philosophical and pedagogical study. Rusova's approach to modeling of the ultimate goal — developed personality — is examined in the article. It is argued that Sofia Rusova's educational and philosophical views on personality were innovative at the threshold of the XIX—XX-th centuries and still of great importance today.
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