The Emergence of Onto-Gnoseology among Russian Intuitivists as Criticism of Neo-Kantianism
... which is characterised by two aspects: the ontological, i.e. it is part of the unity of the world, and the gnoseological, i.e. 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 and ontological descriptions of categories. The key difference is the way an onto-gnoseological system as a whole is justified....
I. Kant in the development of N. O. Lossky’s philosophical views: The case of a translation
This article considers the development of N. O. Lossky’s concept of intuitivism in the context of the translation of Kant’s works and revision of Kant’s epistemology. The development of Lossky as an independent philosopher required overcoming Kant’s scepticism, which was not consistent with the ideal-realist’s ...
Edgar Poe’s World Model
Poe, Empedocles, and intuition in Eureka
Universe, monism, metaphysics, deism, pantheism, polytheism, intuitivism.
“The Turn towards Ontology” in Russian Neo-Kantianism in the Late 1910s and Early 1920s (Lev Salagov and Nikolai Boldyrev)
..., 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