From Empirical Sex to Metaphysical Sex (S. E. Desnitsky and N.G.Chernyshevsky)
AbstractThe article is dedicated to the gender aspects of Enlightenment that arose on Russian ground. The author singles out the two stages in its development. They are Enlightenment-in-Russia and Russian Enlightenment. He tries to compare the typical for these stages attempts to solve gender problems. Desnitsky’s work “Juridical Reasoning of the Beginning and the Origin of Matrimony” and Chernyshevsky’s novel “What to do” are the objects of comparative analysis.
Desnitsky, S. E. (1990). Juridical dissertation on the commencement and the origin of conjugality [In Russian]. In B. V. Emelianov (Ed.), Russian philosophy of the second party of XVIII century (pp. 49-59). Sverdlovsk: Ural UP.
Pustarnakov, V. F. (1999). Once more about the Essence of the Philosophy of Russian the 1860s Enlightenment and for the first time about its Crisis. [In Russian]. In M. N. Gromov, & A. V. Panibratsev (Eds.), History of philosophy (Iss. 4, pp. 57-88). Moscow: IF RAN.
Pustarnakov, V. F. (2002). Enlightenment in Russia and in France: Trial of the Comparative Analysis. [In Russian]. Moscow: IF RAN. Retrieved from https://iphras.ru/uplfile/root/biblio/2001/Pustarnakov_1.pdf
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