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The article undertakes to reveal the aesthetic and philosophical succession from Turgenev to Chekhov, despite the long-standing tendency to contrast the latter with the tradition of his predecessors.The article suggests a polemic rethinking of the literary, philosophical and culturological concepts that present the thinker and artist Turgenev as a keen advocate of classical philosophy. In particular, the paper examines the worldviews and personality of Evgeny Bazarov, one of Turgenev'sdoi:10.31425/0042-8795-2018-3-218-258 fatcat:4mrm7erq4vat3fn5khorqiy6tu