Glinka Dmitriy G.( diplomat and writer)
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Biography Glinka Dmitriy G.
(1808 - 1883) was the secretary of the Russian embassy in London, from 1857. Emergency Envoy in Rio de Janeiro, and from 1871. before his death - in Lisbon. Glinka published "Esquisse d'une theorie du droit naturel" (Berlin, . 1832) and "La philosophie du droit ou explication des rapports sociaux" (Paris, . 1842), 4 edition of this book appeared under the title: "La science de la societe humaine" (Paris, . 1867) and translated into Russian P.A,
. Bibikov: "The science of human society" (St. Petersburg, 1870). The main feature of the social theory Glinka is, . he does not identify the right idea with the idea of freedom, . as do the German metaphysics, . and does not consider the right to force, . but strictly separates these two ideas, . that, . according to Glinka, . manage all public relations, . are in constant struggle with each other and come in various combinations,
. The right to create a rational will, which is sent to the real object and leaves it traces Labor. But the right will only become law when it is imbued with the idea. Permeated by it, it begins to develop under the laws of logic. As a result of this logical process is the defection of employment, rights and embodiment in social institutions such views, that person forever retains the right to things that once made up his property. Full development of human opposes the idea of freedom, arising from the principle of equal spiritual dignity of people. In turn, the idea of freedom, logically develops, leading to a denial of personal rights, acquisition of property for the benefit of society, t. e. again to slavery personality. In fact, none of these ideas can never completely absorb the other, but one significant predominance of one of them leads to despotism, or (right), or terror (freedom). Glinka's theory is built not without talent, but her character - a purely metaphysical, although the author and smashing the German metaphysicians. A. I.