BOLDYREV Dmitry V.( The philosopher and writer.)
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Biography BOLDYREV Dmitry V.
Born in St. Petersburg on April 20 (May 2) 1885. He graduated from the historical-philological faculty of St. Petersburg University and was left at the department of philosophy. Trained in Heidelberg and the University of Marburg. Since 1918 - Assistant Professor University of Perm. In 1919 - the director of the press bureau of the Russian Bureau of the Government Printing Kolchak. After the fall of the Omsk Government, was arrested by the Bolsheviks. Boldyrev, died in a prison hospital in Irkutsk on 12 May 1920.
The main philosophical work Boldyreva - Knowing and being - remained unfinished and was published by his widow in Harbin in 1935 with a foreword by Lossky. Last seen in Boldyreva its successors and vivid representative of intuitional. Indeed, Boldyrev believed that intuitionist concept Lossky and Frank's opened up new prospects for philosophy, because 'overcome' the spirit of subjectivism. 's Own epistemological theory he called 'objectivism', emphasizing its focus antipsihologicheskuyu. In his book, Boldyrev argued principled irreducibility of knowledge to the subjective psychological experience, claimed ontologism knowledge, a fundamental feature of being the world: 'The only entity, the holder of knowledge, is its object, ie. world ... Knowledge, evidence is the property of the world '. Subjectivism, according to Boldyrev, can not claim and emerging in human consciousness of reality. He insisted that 'between image and object is no difference in substance'. The image is as objective, although the objectivity of this and may have 'weakened' character. Knowing and being essentially one, and on the secondary knowledge of relations determined by the difference in being. Even in his fantasies person does not lose connection with the real, 'objective' existence. Attitude Boldyreva to Russia's revolutionary experience of 20 centuries has been consistently negative. He was convinced of the necessity and fruitfulness of the spiritual 'primacy' of the Orthodox Church in public life in Russia.