Распределение депутатских мест в 4-ой Госудуме Российской Империи (State Duma of the Russian Empire of the 4th convocation), from М. М. Боиович (M.M. Boiovich), ed., Члены Государственной думы: портреты и биографии. Четвертый созыв, 1912-1917 г. (Members of the State Duma: Portraits and Biographies. Fourth Convocation, 1912-1917) (Moscow, 1913). (Public domain), via Wikimedia Commons, available at https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AGosduma-4_plan.jpg.

The definition of "philosophy" and "philosopher" in the lexicon of Lavrentii Zyzanii's Slavonic primer (Azbuka, 1596). From the National Library of Russia, Rare Book Department. I.7.12, fol.Г8r. Used with permission. From "Dissimulation and Memory in Early Modern Poland-Lithuania: the Art of Forgetting" by Maria Ivanova and Michelle R. Viise.

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