Ekaterina Grishaeva holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from the Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia; as a doctoral student she specialized in orthodox theology, mainly in neopatristic synthesis. Since 2011 she is a lecturer at the Department of Philosophy at Ural Federal University. In 2014 she was a junior fellow in the Institute for Human Science, Vienna; the title of the research project is Orthodox Christianity and Politics in Post-Soviet Culture as Depicted in Russian Blogs. She works as a postdoc fellow at the Jagiellonian University at the project The criticism of European model of development in Russian neoconservative discourse of traditional values which is aimed to compare how the criticism of the European modernity is constructed in official documents issued by the ROC and Russian government, and how it is changed in social networks.
The article explores how the heresy of the post-denominational community is presented in Russian LiveJournal. The definition of heresy and the rhetoric associated with it is determined by the so-called … Read More