Goryushkin Zachary Anikeevich( Professor practical zakonoiskusstva Russia at Moscow University)
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Biography Goryushkin Zachary Anikeevich
(1748 - 1821)
Goryushkin received no schooling, and very early (at 13 th or 14 th year) entered the service. Self-taught, he was philosophical, legal and historical sciences and, thanks to the natural mind and is constantly engaged in civic affairs, had the reputation of a skillful lawyer. In 1786, Mr.. Fonvizin, then director of the Moscow University, invited Goryushkino university for lessons learned jurisprudence. Since 1790, Mr.. Goryushkin read more lectures practical jurisprudence in boarding school at the University of. At the same time Goryushkin was a member of the House Criminal Court and the Exchequer, from 1803 g. he corrected another post syndicates at the University. Of the works Goryushkino best: "Guide to the knowledge zakonoiskusstva Russia (Moscow, 1811 and 1816), in which he said, and his extensive knowledge of Russian laws, and its lack of scientific education. Despite the inconsistency in the system, in which, on withdrawal Moroshkina, "fighting an amorphous nation with the classical concepts of ancient and modern yurisprudentov, labor Goryushkino has many useful sides. He pointed to the importance and significance of ancient monuments legislation, his attempt to give an overview of ancient Russian statutes was better before the publication of "Experience the history of Russian laws" Professor Reitz. In addition, Goryushkin issued the "Three books describing judicial action" (Moscow, 1807, 1808 and 1815). In 1811, Mr.. Goryushkin left the service and the university, but then took part in solving various scientific issues. Karamzin enjoyed his advice on the history of Russian law and Russian lists of truth XV in. and the Kiev Chronicle, which he calls goryushkinskimi.