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HEAT Grigoriy

( Russian statesman, thinker, writer.)

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Biography HEAT Grigoriy
(1717-1779)
He went to school Feofan Prokopovich, to continue his studies was sent to Germany. After his return worked as a translator at the Academy of Sciences. In the reign of Catherine II Teplov became State Secretary of the Empress, in 1767 - privy councilor, and in 1775 Senator. Germany Teplov carried away by the philosophy of H. Wolf, played a significant role in the dissemination Wolffian in Russia. The basic principles of Wolff's philosophical essay devoted Teplova knowledge relating to the general philosophy, for the benefit of those who on this matter outlandish books to read can not. In full accordance with volfianskim rationalism author defines the object of philosophy and recognizes the highest intelligence and the most important source of knowledge. The rationale, logical clarity and consistency of argument - this is the 'royal road' of philosophical knowledge. In his book Teplov gives a fairly complete and systematic description of the major stages of the history of European philosophy. God in his model of the world represents the supreme wisdom in the organization of the Universe. Rationalistic and its ethics: the true morality is inherently reasonable.
Died Heat in St. Petersburg 10 April 1779.


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