Jakovenko Boris V.( Philosopher.)
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Biography Jakovenko Boris V.
23.5/4.6.1884 - 16.1.1949
Trivia Studied at the Sorbonne, Moscow. un-te, in Heidelberg / y Windelband and / Freiburg / y Rickert /. Arrested for taking part in the revolutionary movement after 1917, he lived in Italy. From 1929 to 1939, published in Prague in German magazine "Russian Thought" and "International library of philosophy in the original languages. Develop criticism of knowledge in the spirit of Kantianism. Being, according to Ya, opened by intuition, so that the analysis of knowledge - the preparatory work. Dal critique of phenomenology, Marxism, etc.. areas of social thought.
. Characteristics of views "The purpose Jakovenko is, . that through critical analysis of the network to reject the dogmatic and biased views of a schematic, . which envelops the practical life in the sense of understanding, . scientific hypothetical thinking, . "religious" faith, etc., . and rise to the intuition, . where "absolute variety of all there is so, . as it is in fact, . itself ",
. (Lossky N.O. History of Russian Philosophy M. 1991. S. 413)
. Teaching 'Criticism, . boundless and ruthless criticism of all of, . forthcoming, . direct, . phenomenal - this is the only theoretically permissible task of philosophy, . as it continues to remain in the atmosphere of life and culture '(of the Logos / Logos,
. M., 1911, Prince. 1,. 100-101).
Major works 1 / path of philosophical knowledge. / / Logos, 1914. п п+.1 2 / What is philosophy? Introduction to Transcendentalism. / / Logos, 1911-1912. п п+.2, 3, 3 / Sketches of Russian philosophy. Berlin, 1922; 4 / Thirty years of Russian philosophy. / 1900-1929 /. / / Philosophy of Science, 1991, # 10.
Edition 1. About Logos / Logos. 1911.
2. What is philosophy? Introduction to Transcendentalism / / Logos. 1911 - 1912.
3. On the immanent transcendentalism, transcendental immanentism and dualism in general / / Logos. 1912 - 1913.
4. Philosophy Ed. Husserl / / New Ideas in Philosophy. SPb., 1913.
5. The path of philosophical knowledge / Logos. 1914.
6. Positivism and the philosophy / / Northern notes. 1914.
7. The situation and problems of philosophy in Russia / / Northern notes. 1915.
8. The philosophy of Bolshevism. Berlin, 1921.
9. Essays on Russian philosophy. Berlin, 1922.
10. The power of philosophy / / Logos (Prague). 1925.
Literature Russian Philosophy: Small encyclopedic dictionary / Ed. red. A. Aleshin. , 1995; Russian philosophy: Dictionary / Pod Society. red. M. Olive. M., 1995.