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"Illegal Eternity": Philosophical Allusions in the Construction of Realities in the Novel "Love for the Three Tsukkerbrines" by Viktor Pelevin

Krasikov Vladimir Ivanovich

Doctor of Philosophy

Professor, Scientific Center, All-Russian State University of Justice

115184, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Bol'shaya Tatarskaya, 7, kv. 64

KrasVladIv@gmail.com
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DOI:

10.25136/2409-8698.2017.3.22848

Review date:

29-04-2017


Publish date:

03-10-2017


Abstract: The object of this research article is the conceptual ideas and images in the novel by Pelevin's "Love Three Zuckerbrins". The subject of the research is the philosophical allusions from the point of view of their influence on the author's construction of reality. The article deals with such aspects of the topic as the influence on the philosophical content of the novel of Buddhist and monotheistic traditions, modern cosmology and some fantastic ideas. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of the author's interpretations of such spiritual phenomena as transcendence, solipsism, monotheism, theodicy, and dualism. Methodological tools used by the author included typification, comparison, analysis and construction, elements of philosophical reflection and social perception. As a result, historical-philosophical and modern scientific and literary novel's allusions united by common cosmological and anthropological vectors are analyzed. A special contribution of the author to the study of the topic is the analysis of historical and philosophical motives contained in the novel. The novelty of the research is the modeling and identification of the basic philosophical grounds of the Pelevin world-building concept presented in the novel "Love for Three Zuckerbrines". 


Keywords: monotheism, dualism, Buddhism, solipsism, transcendence, historical and philosophical allusions, reality, theodicy, philosophical fiction, postmodernism
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