Sergey Khoruzhy

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Sergey Sergeevich Horuzhy (Хоружий, also spelled "Khoruzhy" and "Horujy" in English) is a Russian philosopher, physicist, mathematician, and theologian.
 
Sergey Sergeevich Horuzhy (Хоружий, also spelled "Khoruzhy" and "Horujy" in English) is a Russian philosopher, physicist, mathematician, and theologian.
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During the Communist era, he worked as a theoretical physicist and studied and wrote theology underground. He is noted for his work in twentieth century Russian religious philosophy, especially Pavel Florensky and Sergey Bulgakov. More recently, he has focused on analysizing the theological anthropology at the heart of the [[Hesychasm|Hesychast tradition]].
  
 
In 2005, he founded the [[Institute of Synergetic Anthropology]]. He is also a member of the [[Foundation for Spiritual Creation]].
 
In 2005, he founded the [[Institute of Synergetic Anthropology]]. He is also a member of the [[Foundation for Spiritual Creation]].

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Sergey Sergeevich Horuzhy (Хоружий, also spelled "Khoruzhy" and "Horujy" in English) is a Russian philosopher, physicist, mathematician, and theologian.

During the Communist era, he worked as a theoretical physicist and studied and wrote theology underground. He is noted for his work in twentieth century Russian religious philosophy, especially Pavel Florensky and Sergey Bulgakov. More recently, he has focused on analysizing the theological anthropology at the heart of the Hesychast tradition.

In 2005, he founded the Institute of Synergetic Anthropology. He is also a member of the Foundation for Spiritual Creation.

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