Odoyevski Vladimir Fedorovich( The philosopher, writer, music critic.)
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Biography Odoyevski Vladimir Fedorovich
Information Prince. From 1823 - to the state. Service. Organized philosophical circle 'Wisdom' / 1823 - 1826 /. Director of the Rumyantsev Museum. A friend of Pushkin. Under the influence of Schelling and Oken started from the identity of the ideal and real, then support the philosophy recognized 'inner sense'. Opposed the rationalism of Hegel, bowing to theosophy. Bright critic of bourgeois ideology. Seeks to overcome schematism philosophical aesthetics. Some philosophical work on. remained unpublished, in particular, 'Gnomes XIX century'.
Characteristic views Odoyevski not go beyond dreaming, and mental speculation. In 40-ies he was already beginning to slip in some sentimental naturalism (it was then called 'realism'). (About Russia and Russian philosophical culture. M., 1990. S. 296).
Teaching for philosophical views Odoevskogo last period is characterized by elements of positivism, sensationalism, spontaneous materialism, and in general they are consistent with the realism of the 60-ies. XIX century. (And Hudushina. in the book.: Russian Philosophy. Small Collegiate Dictionary. M., 1995. S. 395).
Major works 1 / The experience of the theory of Fine Arts. / / Russian aesthetic treatises. T. 2. M., 1974, 2 / Op. CH. 1.3. SPb., 1844; 3 / Russian Nights. L., 1975.
Works Russian Nights. , 1975;
Vol.: In 2 m. Moscow, 1981;
Current news and special accident. Diary VF Odoevskogo, 1859-1869 / / literary heritage. T. 22-24. M., 1935;
Russian aesthetic treatises of the first third of the XIX century. M., 1974. T. 2.
Literature Kamensky Z.A. Moscow Circle of Wisdom. Moscow, 1980; Sakulin P.N. From the history of Russian idealism. Prince VF Odoyevski. Thinker. Writer. M., 1913. T. 1, h. 1-2; Walicki A. The Slavophile Controversy. History of a Conservative Utopia in Nineteenth-Century Russian Thought. Notre Dame; Indiana, 1989.