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- the tolstoyan movement is a social movement based on the philosophical and religious views of russian novelist leo tolstoy (1828–1910).
- arvid järnefelt became interested in tolstoyanism , influenced by his writings of russian author leo tolstoy and became fan of tolstoyan ism.
- leo tolstoy and tolstoyanism: leo tolstoy , tolstoyanism file:ilya repin - leo tolstoy barefoot - google art project. jpg , tolstoy dressed in
- he became a sincere follower of tolstoyanism and its life gradually estranged from vladimir chertkov , one of the most prominent tolstoyans.
- the first large-scale anarcho-pacifist movement was the tolstoyan we come to tolstoyanism and to pacifist anarchism that appeared, mostly
- it is probably due to this war experience that he becomes imbued with the spirit of tolstoyanism . 1920-1930: creates the painting now
- olga was interested in the fashionable ideas of the time, including tolstoyanism , theosophy and buddhism , but was increasingly drawn to
- we come to tolstoyanism and to pacifist anarchism that appeared, mostly in the netherlands , britain , and the united states, before and
- the tolstoyan s were a small christian anarchist group formed by we come to tolstoyanism and to pacifist anarchism that appeared, mostly
- we come to tolstoyanism and to pacifist anarchism that appeared, mostly in holland, britain , and the united states, before and after the