ERTOV Ivan Danilovich( natural philosopher self-taught, a deist.)
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Biography ERTOV Ivan Danilovich
1777 - 1828
Information The main problem E. - Cosmogony: the world came from the "primitive elements" (earth, water, fire and air) and ether, which indestructible, but organized "in the words of Almighty Wisdom.
. Description Of all the views of original compositions influenced by Kant was only Ertova 'Font Style natural laws of origin of the universe'
. SPb., 1798. (AI Vvedensky. The fate of philosophy in Russia / / Vvedensky AI, Losev, AF, EL Radlov, Spц╓th GG: Essays on the History of Russian Philosophy. Sverdlovsk, 1991. S. 51).
Teaching Painting creation of the universe seemed Ertovu in the following form. Worlds, . including Land, . This grain of the universe, . formed from 'matter', . which consists of certain 'primitive elements', . scattered 'in the ether', 'material elements' have four 'initial properties': length, . impermeability, . almost negligible smallness' and power, . 'counterforce ..,
. attraction '(Ertov AND. Font Style natural laws of origin of the universe. T. II. SPb., 1799-1800. S. 16, 21-22, 19)
1 Main works. Thoughts on the origin and formation of worlds. SPb., 1805 (3rd ed. with extensive additions - 1820), 2. General history of ancient peoples on P.1-5. SPb., 1824-1828, 3) Minor Op., Replies to criticism and the reduction of thoughts about the origin and formation of worlds, St. Petersburg., 1829.
Works Thoughts on the development of the mind in the human race. SPb., 1811; General History of the ancient enlightened peoples. CH. 1.5. SPb., 1824-1831; General History of European and other States in the last three centuries. SPb., 1837; General History of the destruction ... Eastern Roman Empire ... CH. 1-15. SPb., 1830-1834, History of the Eastern Roman ... Empire. CH. 1.3. SPb., 1837.
Literature Kamensky ZA philosophical ideas of Russian enlightenment. Moscow, 1971; Vvedensky AI. The fate of philosophy in Russia / / Vvedensky AI, Losev, AF, EL Radlov, Spц╓th GG: Essays on the History of Russian Philosophy. Sverdlovsk, 1991.