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The article is devoted to an entry in Pushkin's diary from when he was a student at the Lyceum, on 10 December 1815: he writes that 'in the evening, together with his fellow-students, he was snuffing out the candles and lamps in the auditorium' and calls it 'a fine job for a philosopher'. In calling himself a philosopher, Pushkin evokes the image of Voltaire in Condorcet's Vie de Voltaire, the book he was reading at the time and which interprets a philosopher as another term for educator anddoi:10.31425/0042-8795-2018-1-40-52 fatcat:diksvdqolnaapfrxitltrfnqre