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Simush P.I. The Sacral Keys of Classical Writers: How is Russia Opened?

Published in journal "Philology: scientific researches", 2015-4 in rubric "Myth and mythemes", pages 367-377.

Resume: Today's realities require a new Concept on the Sacramental State of Historical Russia to bring Russia close not only to the rest of Europe but also Islamic East and Judaic Israel. This reasonably required approximation allows to both figure out 'the general course of nature' and make an assumption about the tremendous role of chance which forms the mystical experience of the 'body-soul-spirit' triad in the Russian context. The central symbol thereof is the 'absolute beginning of culture' creating the 'Keys to Russia'. The final hypothesis introduces the integral categories of 'keys' and 'keyness' into the science and points out that Russian philology is becoming the leading idea of turning the long-suffering nation into the world spiritual force. The author of the article tries to express the mystical feeling which he has conceived and which has turned out to be in tune with the Russian language arts. This is the reason why he is so sure that literature and interpretation of literature may turn out to be the Ariadne's thread in understanding the fate and destiny of Russia and analyzing its historical contradictions. Paying tribute to Christianity which created the revolution in the spiritual areal of the planet, the author of the present article tries to come close to understanding the sacral 'cornerstone' of the Russian House through a series of explanations.

Keywords: physicality, Absolute, pereformat, Biblical keys, national keys, Russian keyness, world culture, Russian culture, philology, isomorphism of Native Land's personality, warm-heartedness, spirituality

DOI: 10.7256/2305-6177.2015.4.17502

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