Alex Gilyarov Nikitich( Writer)
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Biography Alex Gilyarov Nikitich
son, H. P. GA-Platonov. Born in 1856, graduated from Moscow University, is professor at the University of Kiev. In his early works "Platonism, . as the foundation of modern philosophy, . in connection with the problems and the fate of Philosophy (M., . 1887) and "Value of Philosophy" (Kiev, . 1888) Gilyarov, . under the influence study of the history of philosophy, . reveals a negative attitude towards philosophy as a science and see it as caused by the desire of our spirit to a higher unity of effort to reconcile two feuding forever in our lives the truth - the truth of the mind and the truth of the heart,
. Of all the philosophers of the most illustrative example of such a view is Plato, and Gilyarov made him the focal point of his study of philosophy. In Plato, in his opinion, philosophical genius reached the greatest height, all systems were further processing or the teachings of Plato, or the eclecticism of his previous teachings. Such enthusiasm for Plato and the impact on a purely historical work Gilyarova: "The Greek Sophists (Moscow, 1888, Master's thesis). Contrary to prevailing views, Gilyarov thinks that Plato is not inferior to Aristotle, the reliability of the submitted information. Distort the news of the sophists Plato did not allow any shared his views, . or his usual tricks, . and if the attention of other philosophers Plato, . in addition to the Sophists, . quite reliable, . then why think, . what about the Sophists, he invented nebylitsyN In this work noticeable turn for the recognition of the metaphysics of the scientific significance,
. Truth, in his opinion, lies in reconciling Platonism with the teachings of the development. - Doctorate Gilyarova bears the title "Sources of the sophists. Plato as a historical witness "(Kiev, 1891). Gilyarov rebels against the commonplace opinion that Plato as a witness in the history of philosophy, less reliable than Aristotle. In 1901, Mr.. Gilyarov published an essay "last thought of the XIX century in France", . which he, . on the basis of major literary works, . paints a very ugly picture of the modern construction of France, in the last chapter, he, . however, . points to signs of recovery,
. Of the other works Gilyarova stands still "The smell of violets" (Kiev). - See. E. Radlov, "Russian work on the history of Greek philosophy" ( "M. M. N. It. ", 1890, 4); A. Kozlov, "A recent study of Plato" ( "Problems of Philosophy and Psychology, Vol. 11).