The philosophical ideas of M. Karinsky

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Studies of Karinsky’s (1840—1917) philosophy still has not achieved level adequate to his works. Karinsky is a philosopher with multiple interests such as epistemology, history of philosophy, theory of cognition, and he assumes logic to be the basis of each of them. His logic is a ontology theory on conclusion. Theory of self-depicted truths he also treated as spiritual academy subject trying reconcile knowledge and faith.

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A V Shevtsov

Moscow Aviation institute (State technical university)

Chair of philosophy


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