MONOMAH Vladimir II( Biggest polititichesky and military leader of ancient Russia, Grand Prince of Kiev (1113-25))
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Biography MONOMAH Vladimir II
Information writer, legislator, philosopher. Author filos.-watered. treatise, known as the "Instructions" and Multi base. dp. works (avtobiogr. Narratives, letters to Oleg Svyatoslavich). Great-grandson of Vladimir the Baptist and the grandson of Yaroslav the Wise. The artistic heritage of the Grand Duke came to us and part of the Laurentian Chronicle, as an insert in it. Worldview is based on the providential. In ontology he follows the tradition Cappadocians, harmonizing spirit. and mother-sentations beginning of life. The study was Vatel distinguish fragments created under the influence of St. Basil the Great (through Izbornik 1076 "); John Exarch, auto-ra Bulgarian. "Shestodneva" texts "Palei Explanatory.
Teaching in the philosophical worldview plan VM. - Fatalist. These beliefs most clearly manifested in the letter to Oleg. The blame for the murder of his son Izyaslav VM, as it may be hard for him, takes off with an opponent and fully attributed what happened to the will of God. In his message of fearlessness apology the moment of danger is also based on providentialism. The latter serves to justify himself and VM, who walked in the way older and occupied the throne not by law. In connection with the problem of power is noteworthy that in the works will not affect the principle of Byzantine origin, the supreme power of God. Authorities had not come from God, not by law, and deservedly. The latter - in the hands of fate. In ontology he follows in the tradition Cappadocians, harmonizing the spiritual and material started being. (In Milkov. in the book.: Russian Philosophy. Small Collegiate Dictionary. M., 1995. S. 97).
Major works of Vladimir Monomakh Instruction / Library Literature of Old Russia: The 20 t. T. 1. SPb., 1977
Works Povest. Moscow, Leningrad, 1950. T. 1; Instruction Vladimir Monomakh / Library Literature of Old Russia: The 20 t. T. 1. SPb., 1977.
Literature Orlov A.S. Monomakh. Moscow, Leningrad, 1946; Protopopov. VM Instructions. as the memory-nickname relig.-the moral. views and life in Russia in the era dotatarskuyu / ZhMNP. 1874. Feb. CH. 171; Resurrection VA. Instructions children VM. SPb., 1893: Ivakin IM. Duke VM. and Instructions. CH. 1. Instruction for children; Letter to Oleg and break-ki. MA, 1901; Komarovich V.L. VM Instructions. / / History of Russian. lit-ry. Moscow, Leningrad, 1941. T. 1; Gromov, MN, Kozlov NS. Russian Philosophy. thought X-XVII centuries. Moscow, 1990; Zlatostruy. Ancient Rus X-XIII centuries. M., 1990.