Struve, Gleb was born on May 2, 1893 in Petersburg.
Educated in Prague.
Emigrated after the revolution. Moved to England. Lecturer at the School of Slavonic Studies, London. After World War II, moved to the USA. Professor of Russian literature at Columbia University, New York.
All religions persuade people to rely on outside authority, thus preventing them to become self-reliant.
Individuals have rights to express freedom if it safeguarde the interests of a collective.