List of Moscow State University People - Literature, Journalism and Philosophy

Literature, Journalism and Philosophy

  • Sergei Bulgakov - Graduated, Russian Orthodox theologian, philosopher and economist
  • Mitrofan Caspersz - Notoriously reclusive public relations advisor and poet
  • Pyotr Chaadaev - Philosopher
  • Boris Chicherin - Jurist and political philosopher
  • Anton Chekhov - Short story writer and playwright
  • Ekaterina Dashkova - Major figure of the Russian Enlightenment
  • Semyon Desnitsky - Lawyer; introduced the ideas of Adam Smith to the Russian public
  • Pavel Florensky - Philosopher, Russian Orthodox theologian, historian
  • Alexander Griboedov - Writer, diplomat
  • Merab Mamardashvili - Philosopher
  • Musa Muradov - Journalist
  • Nitipoom Navaratna - Columnist
  • Aleksey Pisemsky - Novelist and dramatist
  • Anna Politkovskaya - Journalist, human rights activist
  • Vasily Rozanov - Writer and philosopher
  • Varlam Shalamov - Writer, author of books on Soviet labor camps
  • Dmitry Strelnikoff - Poet, essayist, novelist
  • Vladimir Toporov - Philologist
  • Nikolai Trubetzkoy - Linguist and historian
  • Ivan Turgenev - Writer
  • Maximilian Voloshin - Poet

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