Stavropolsky Yuliy Vladimirovich
Saratov State University named after N. G. Chernyshevsky
Ph. D. (Sociology), Associate Professor of the General & Social Psychology Department

Having passed during his philosophical evolution through thew dialectic conceptions by F. Schelling and G. W. F. Hegel, V. G. Belinsky arrived at a dialectical comprehension of the unity of the specific and the general, of the occasional and the necessary, of the familiar and the unknown, of the objective and the subjective? Of the content and the shape. From the standpoint of the dialectics of the national and the universally human the Russian thinker tried to come to the issues of the interrelation of Russia with the West. A. S. Khomyakov stood by the sources of the cultural philosophical tradition intensely developed in Russia in XIXth century in the works by N. Y. Danilevsky, K. N. Leontiev, V. S. Solovyov et al. By following I. Kant A. S. Khomyakov divides the cognizable reality into the world of essences and that one of phenomena, however whilst the German philosopher holds an intransitive border between them, A. S. Khomyakov urges that they interpenetrate each other. A. S. Khomyakov is the first Russian philosopher who expresses a position of ontologism in epistemology.

Keywords: A. S. Khomyakov, human being, ontology, opinion, people, philosophy, V. G. Belinsky

Category: Sociology

Article reference:
Ontological Views by V. G. Belinsky and A. S. Khomyakov // Humanities scientific researches. 2016. № 10 [Electronic journal]. URL: https://human.snauka.ru/en/2016/10/16038

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