Petrov Mikhail Nazarovych( Historian)
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Biography Petrov Mikhail Nazarovych
(1826 - 1887). He graduated from the course at Kharkov University, received a Master of World History for his thesis: "On the nature of the state of Louis XI" (entered, . as amended, . in his "Sketches of Universal History), . Ph.D. - for his thesis "The latest national historiography in Germany, . Britain and France "(1861) until 1886 held the chair of General History in Kharkov University, . reading the first predominantly middle story, . then new, . and recent years, . besides, . and the ancient, one time he had read and Russian history, . example, . special course of Peter the Great,
. Talented and versatile educated, P. was not a painstaking scholar-worker, or an independent investigator, but rather a historian-artist. All that came out of his pen, has been carefully decorated and elegantly described. The history he described as "a scientific and artistic statement with past life of humanity" and her problem he saw in art the true reproduction of the past ", . a practical advantage in, . that "it teaches us to live deliberately, . understand, . where and how events occurred surrounding society and why this life is just such, . as we see it now ",
. He was interested mainly himself "a mechanism of historical movement". Of the works of P. best known: "Lectures on World History", published after his death (Kharkov, 1888 - 1891) and a number of historical characteristics: "Sketches of Universal History (1 ed., 1868, 3rd ed., 1896). In his "Report on foreign travel" (1861) characterizes many outstanding professors and historians such as Ranke, Siebel, Droysen, Geyssera, Labule. In the AP article: "The historical training" (1880) with great wit shown the inadequacy of the most popular textbooks and the very formulation of history teaching in secondary schools. See. Biographical Sketch AN. Derevickii (Kharkov, 1887) and Art. VP. Buzeskula in Kharkov Gazette (1887,? 25 and 33) and in the Journal of the Ministry of National Education "(1887, March). V. B-L.