Prokopovych-Antonsky Anton Antonovich( Writer)
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Biography Prokopovych-Antonsky Anton Antonovich
Pupil of the Kiev Theological Academy and Moscow University, , . first taught "natural history" in Russian and agriculture (in addition - an encyclopaedia and mineralogy),
. In noble university hostel Prokopovych-Antonsky was an inspector, then the director and did much to improve pansionskogo upbringing and education. As a "visitator" he attended college in Moscow and other provinces, and everywhere trying to promote their development. In his last years in charge of the agricultural school of the Moscow Society of Agriculture, . as well as the publication of the magazine and his work, . was the second vice-president, was a member and chairman encountered while at the Moscow University of societies: the Society of Russian scientists', . "Society of Lovers of Russian Literature" (took a very active part in the publication of 26 volumes of "Proceedings" of society), . "Assembly of university pets and pets Assembly university boarding school",
. With his direct participation of members of the last published: "Glory" (1800 - 1808), "The pleasure and favor" (1810) and "Calliope" (from 1815). Earlier, he worked in "Pokoyuschemsya Trudolyubtse" (1784) and "sunset" (1785), in 1785 - 1789. out its training manuals for students boarding school - "Reading for the heart and mind", which marked the author's desire to reconcile it with the literary conversation, to simplify the language, from 1788 to 1790 he. He published 10 volumes of "Store of Natural History, Physics and Chemistry", in 1798. - Article "On education" (as Bacon, Locke and Rousseau), which has long been considered exemplary and content, and language. Curious, his speech (1811) "On the advantages and disadvantages of Russia's language". Wed. Shevyrev "AA. Prokopovych-Antonsky "(Moscow, 1848)," Journal of the Ministry of National Education, 1849, h. LXI (Obituary from the "Report of the Academy of Sciences Department of the Russian Language and Literature" for 1848), "Russian people" (published. Wolfe, St. Petersburg, 1866). Many letters to Prokopovych-Antonskomu Dashkova, Davydova, Sontag, Kapnist published in "Russian Archive" (1892, h. I and II; 1889, h. III; 1883, h. I). V. P-in.