The Emergence of Onto-Gnoseology among Russian Intuitivists as Criticism of Neo-Kantianism
... brought ontology and gnoseology closer together. One can observe this process, for example, in the philosophical doctrines of the Russian intuitivists Nikolay Lossky and Semyon Frank. I demonstrate that the emergence of these doctrines and the development ... .... it has an independent cognitive significance. Frank considers categories to be an organic part of the ontological proof of intuitivism. A common trend in the construction of categorial schemes by Lossky and Frank is their striving to combine gnoseological ...
I. Kant in the development of N. O. Lossky’s philosophical views: The case of a translation
... transsubjective world given us in the original. The means necessary to overcome it determined the key characteristics of the new system of intuitivism, which emerged in a discussion of Kant’s epistemological system. The author identifies the key themes of transcendental ... ... Fol¬lowing Kant’s philosophy, Lossky had sufficient arguments in the game played in the field of his teacher and opponent, the Russian Kantian A. I. Vvedensky; moreover, he proved the inconsistency of Vvedensky’s interpretation of transcendental philosophy....
“The Turn towards Ontology” in Russian Neo-Kantianism in the Late 1910s and Early 1920s (Lev Salagov and Nikolai Boldyrev)
... Russian, notes by V. A. Kurennoy]. In: I. M. Chubarov, ed. Antologiia fenomenologicheskoi filosofii v Rossii [Anthology of phenomenological philosophy in Russia], Volume 1. Moscow: Logos, pp. 239-273. (In Russ.)
Neo-Kantianism, onto-epistemology, Russian intuitivism, ideal-realism, cognition, being, transcendentalism
Leonid Yu. Konilaev