“In September and November 1922, two ‘philosophical steamboats-‘ – the “Oberburgomaster Haken” and the “Prussia”- transported about 160 people from the Soviet city of Petrograd to the German city of Stettin. ‘Outstanding figures of Russian philosophy, culture and science’ were forced to emigrate including Nikolai Berdyaev, Semyon Frank, Ivan Ilyin, Lev Karsavin, Nikolai Lossky and many others. ” This is how Mikhail Sergeev, Doctor of Philosophy of the University of the Arts (Philadelphia, USA), and the initiator and compiler of Russia Abroad: An Anthology of Modern Philosophical Thought begins his preface.
Chumakov, Aleksandr Nikolaevich
"Book Review: Russia Abroad: An Anthology of Modern Philosophical Thought,"
Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe: Vol. 40
, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/ree/vol40/iss1/10