Bervy Wilhelm (Vasily Fedorovich)( professor of physiology at the University of Kazan)
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Biography Bervy Wilhelm (Vasily Fedorovich)
(1792 - 1859) printed, except for his doctoral dissertation, article: "Basic Principles of Anthropology" (in the Scientific Memoirs of the Kazan University, 1839) and the book: "The physiological and psychological comparative look at the beginning and end of life" (Kazan, 1858). This treatise has no scientific value and analyzed Dobroluboff (in the "Contemporary", 1858, N 3), are composed of lectures on the immortality of the soul and of magnetism. In 1858 Bervi retired and settled in the village, where he soon died. His son, Vasily Bervy (alias Flerovsky) - a famous writer, born 28 April 1829. Ryazan, . studied at the University of Kazan, . published several articles on the philosophy, . policy, . state and national economy in the magazines: "Fatherland Notes, . Delo, . Slovo, . "Knowledge", . "Russian Thought", . "Russian question", . "Common sense", . "Russian Wealth", . "Observer", . "Week", etc.,
. for the years 1861 - 86. Separately issued "Freedom of speech, tolerance, and our laws on the press" (1869), "The situation of the working class in Russia" (1869), "The philosophy of the unconscious, Darwinism and the real truth" (1878) and "The ABC of Social. Sciences. - Wed. Critique-Biographical Dictionary "Vengerov.