And when I say that it is one of the most important concepts, I think, of course, its importance for Christianity. But it would be a great mistake to limit the significance of only one religion handling concepts and the Christian religion. First of all, the concept of treatment - it is also an important philosophical concept, which played a decisive role in philosophy, philosophical practice. Also vsfere morality, it is of paramount importance. Finally, we must not forget that the concept of treatment and impressively, it can be said, dramatically introduced in thinking, in practice, experience in political life, since the XIX century. Someday certainly need to do a history of what can be called a revolutionary consciousness (subjcctivite revolutionnairc). And in this regard, it seems interesting to me, however, this is just a hypothesis; I do not think that in the course of what has been called the English Revolution, or what is called "Revolution  89 of the year" in France, there has been something such that could be attributed to treatment. It seems to me that in the beginning of the XIX century - once again I will say that all this requires a more detailed check - in 1830-1840 years. certainly, and just because of this fundamental event, an event of historical and mythical, what was the XIX century, the French Revolution, are beginning to take shape model of individual and subjective experience that will "appeal to the revolution."