Qaisar Andrey( Writer)
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Biography Qaisar Andrey
1782 - 1818
A pupil of the Moscow boarding school, was briefly in the military service, then studied at GцІttingen, has traveled the Slavic lands and England, everywhere collecting the manuscripts and materials for the study of Russian antiquity. In 1811, Mr.. appointed professor of Russian at the University of Dorpat. In 1812, Mr.. Kaisarov again joined the army and was killed at Hanau. In his "Versuch einer Slavischen Mythologie" (GцІttingen, . 1804; Russian translation: "Slavic Mythology and Russia", . Moscow, . 1807 and 1810) Crisis Group made one of the first attempts to put the study of Slavic antiquities on a scientific basis, . using almost all, . that were at the time book sources,
. Some familiarity with the requirements of the scientific criticism, gleaned from Schlozer puts Kaisarova above its predecessors in this area. Great historical interest Kaisarova doctoral thesis: "The liberation of the serfs in Russia" ( "Dissertatio inauguralis philosophico-politica de manumittendis per Russiam servis", . GцІttingen, . 1806), . dedicated to the Emperor Alexander I, . which it was presented to AI,
. Turgenev through Novosiltsev. By grouping the various arguments against serfdom, Crisis Group notes that they are not new, but little known in Russia. He argues, . that serfdom impedes progress and prevents the increase in agricultural population, . which, . Due to the meager requirements of the serf population, . in turn retards the development of manufacturing industry and trade, further, . Serfdom prevents proper circulation of money and inhibits mental development of people,
. Refuting objections of the feudal and then (if, for example, serfs do not want freedom and t. n.) and complimented referring to the peasant reform of 1804, Mr.. in Livonia, Crisis Group said that it would be great folly immediately release the 20 million slaves, but at the same time hoped that if God gives to the Emperor Alexander a long and prosperous life, he will destroy serfdom. Crisis Group has published "The question is about love of the fatherland" (Dorpat, 1811; German translation ibid., 1811). - See. Letter AI. Turgenev to Serbinovich ( "Russian Antiquities", 1882, No. 5); Pypin "Russian Slavonic studies in the XIX century" (Journal of Europe ", 1889," 7); Semevskii "peasant question in Russia (St. Petersburg, 1888).