Spektorsky Eugene V.( The philosopher, sociologist, historian of Russian culture.)
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Biography Spektorsky Eugene V.
1875 - 3/3/1951
Trivia Graduated from the Faculty of the Warsaw Zap / 1898 /. Prof.. / since 1913 /, then the dean and rector of the Kiev Zap. Chairman of the Kiev Philosophical Society. Emigrated. In 1924-1927 - Professor. Russian and Dean Faculty of Law in Prague. Since 1947 - Professor. St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary in New York. Considered the possibility / prisoners between the necessary and real / as a condition and the principle of freedom.
. Characteristics of views in his book "Christianity and Culture 'Spektorsky convincingly demonstrated a high positive value of Christianity for all areas of spiritual, . social and even material culture - the philosophy, . science and art, . for the development of the idea of personality, . Justice, . State, etc.,
. (Lossky N.O. History of Russian Philosophy. M., 1991. S. 425).
Teaching Spektorsky examines the methodological positions of the founders of modern European science, shows that the ideals of mechanist. explanations were sought as universal, applies to the social. (Filatov In. in the book.: Russian Philosophy. Small Collegiate Dictionary. M., 1995. S. 486).
Major works 1 / Essays on the philosophy of social sciences. Warsaw, 1907, 2 / Nominalism and Realism in the social sciences. M., 1915; 3 / State. Pg., 1918.
Works Vol.: Organ. Theory of Island. Warsaw, 1904, Essays on the philosophy of society. Science. Warsaw, 1907. Tech. 1; Physicalism in societies. Philosophy XVII century. Yaroslavl, 1909; Edgar Weigel - forgotten rationalist XVII in. Warsaw, 1909; problem Sots. physics in the XVII century. Warsaw, 1910, 2 ed. Kiev, 1917; The notion of the Society in the Ancient World: Essays on the semantics of social science. Warsaw, 1911 (reprinted: Philos. Science. 1992. ? 2); Belinsky and Westernization. Warsaw, 1912; natural law in Protestant authors of the XVII century. Yaroslavl, 1914; Nominalism and realism in societies. sciences. M., 1915; allowance for lectures on law encyclopedia. Kiev, 1917. Tech. 1, What is the constitution. M., 1917, the Constituent Assembly and the Constitution. Kiev, 1917; State. Pg., 1918; Christianity and Culture. Prague, 1925; Chekhov. Belgrade, 1930; Liberalism. Ljubljana, 1935, Principles of Europes. policy of Russia in the XIX and XX centuries. Ljubljana, 1936.
Literature Lit.: Bilimovich aq. In memory of Prof.. EV Spektorski / / Zap. Eng. Acad. in the U.S.. 1970. Tech. IV; Timasheff NS. Prof. Spectorsky / / Ibid.