I would highly recommend any person on here who is even slightly interested in philosophy to read The Destiny of Man by Berdyaev. I think it’s the most profound understanding of all that’s happened in the spirit of man since time out of mind. His understanding of Nietzsche, Kierkegaard, Spinoza, Dostoevsky and the great religious minds of the West (Pascal, Augustine) all works towards a full-fledged picture of meonic freedom and of God as one who creates out of Nothing and then struggles with us in that Nothing, and then reveals Himself to us by descending into it completely, reminding us of the paradisiacal state that is ultimately our home and destiny (and present in us now through memory/imagination, which is both anthropological and spiritual).
His central idea is always ethics, specifically what a christian ethics looks like and what it is not (moralistic). It must be one beyond good and evil since those distinctions arose out of the fall when we became conscious. The “good” in this world is never “good” because it necessitates evil. The only good is creativity; the creation of new values through the unfathomable freedom in us out of which God created the world.
My favorite idea of his is that evil is non-being once we already are IN being, and that the modern world is a premature return to the passivity and innocence of paradise through reason which makes us fragmented spectators.
I can’t really encapsulate it. But if you can find time to read it, I would love to talk to you about it.