Lapshin Ivan Ivanovich( Philosophy)
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Biography Lapshin Ivan Ivanovich
Born in 1870. He taught logic at the Alexander Lyceum, is a professor of philosophy at the University of Petrograd, on top of women's and the military-educational courses. Translated from English "Text-Book of Psychology" Dzhemsa, enclosing the article: "The philosophical significance of psychological views Dzhemsa". The essay "The laws of thinking and forms of knowledge" (St. Petersburg, 1906) received his Ph.D.. In this work Lapshin is motivated by criticism and argues that the laws of thought inapplicable to things in themselves. Other major works of his: "The universal feeling" (1895, reprinted in the book "Free Speech"); "The problem of someone else's" I "in modern philosophy" (St. Petersburg, 1910), "On perevoploschaemosti in art" ( "Questions of Theory and psychology of creativity ", t. V, Kharkov, 1914); "Neokrititsizm Charles Renouvier" ( "New Ideas in Philosophy, a collection of 13th), The Psychology of emotional thinking Henry Mahler" (ibid., a collection of 16-th). Lapshin - fellow 86-volume "Encyclopedic Dictionary of Brockhaus - Ephron and this Dictionary.