THE PROBLEM OF NATURAL REASON IN SILVER AGE PHILOSOPHY (AGAINST A BACKGROUND OF EUROPIEN PHILOSOPHY)
AbstractSince New European Philosophy does not recognize cosmocentric purpose, it devoid of real opportunities for using idea of “natural reason”. Nature removal as independently real (self existing), for example, in Spinoza’s philosophy, makes no sense any talks about (devoid of real sense and talk about …) “naturalness” of new temporary reason, even with taking into consideration all complexity and ambiguity of western philosophy of XVII-XX centuries. Instead we observe absolute domination of cosmocentric purpose in Russian philosophy, therefore European ideas similar to the idea of natural reason, get the opportunity to realize themselves here. In this regard philosophic theories of V.Ern and E.Trubetskoy are quite representational. References
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Kuznetsov, V., & Nerusheva, L. (2008). THE PROBLEM OF NATURAL REASON IN SILVER AGE PHILOSOPHY (AGAINST A BACKGROUND OF EUROPIEN PHILOSOPHY). Sententiae, 19(2), 29-42. Retrieved from https://sententiae.vntu.edu.ua/index.php/sententiae/article/view/12
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