“Philosophical Awakening” (First Third of the 19th Century)
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“Philosophical Awakening” (First Third of the 19th Century)
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PII
S207987840002113-3-1
DOI
10.18254/S0002113-3-1
Publication type
Miscellaneous
Status
Published
Authors
Sergey Bazhov
Affiliation: Institute of Philosophy RAS
Affiliation: Institute of Philosophy RAS
Abstract
The article is devoted to the most remarkable phenomena of the first third of the 19th century in Russia — the era of “philosophical awakening”. At that period of time occurred the development of teaching philosophy in universities and theological academies, spread of Shellingianism, activity of many philosophical circles, etc. Also is characterized the creativity of Danilo Vellansky and Mikhail Pavlov, — the Russian Shellingianists of 1820s. The common and the special features of their thought are stand out. Furthermore, the originality of Nikolai Stankevich’s ideas and the specific of his circle members work is disclosed.
Keywords
Danilo Vellanky, Mikhail Pavlov, circle of Nikolai Stankevich
28.02.2018
Publication date
31.05.2018
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