Filosofijos istorija Lietuvos Apšvietos filosofijoje, Anieliaus Daugirdo koncepcija

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Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Filosofijos istorija Lietuvos Apšvietos filosofijoje, Anieliaus Daugirdo koncepcija
In the Journal:
Filosofija. Sociologija [Philosophy. Sociology]. 2001, Nr. 1, p. 44-52
Keywords:
LT
Švietimo filosofija Lietuvoje.
EN
Enlightenment Philosophy in Lithuania.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje tyrinėjamas filosofijos istorijos mokslo formavimasis Lietuvoje. Jis siejamas su Apšvietos filosofijos eklektizmu. Pristatoma Anieliaus Daugirdo filosofijos istorijos koncepcija, analizuojami jos metodologiniai principai. Pastaruosius determinuoja Apšvietos epochos filosofijai būdinga epistemologinė problematika. Nustatoma, kad filosofijos istorija buvo konstruojama kaip įvadas į pažinimo teoriją. Konstatuojama J. M. Degérando pažiūrų įtaka Daugirdo filosofijos istorijos sampratai. [Iš leidinio]

ENOne of the subjects of this article is the formation of the science of history of philosophy in Lithuania. The sources of this science are linked with the eclecticism of the Enlightenment philosophy. This eclecticism, while rejecting the authoritarism of scholastics, postulated the principles of common sense and free theoretical choice. History of philosophy, interpreted as the object of the above-mentioned choice, became part of introductory course of philosophy at the schools of the country. This article represents a conception of history of philosophy raised by Anielius Daugirdas (Anioł Dowgird, 1776-1835), professor of Vilnius University. Principles of his conception were defined by epistemological problems (the scheme of controversy between rationalism and em-pirism) which is characteristic of philosophy of Enlightenment. This conception is ahistoristic, the problems of philosophy and their development are interpreted from the standpoint of perpetual rules of thinking and common sense. Thereby it defends empirism and epistemological realism represented by Daugirdas, against the sceptical, transcendental and idealistic trends of philosophy and represents the base for the further epistemological studies. Daugirdas' conception of history of philosophy was influenced by the views of J. M. Degérando. [From the publication]

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0235-7186; 2424-4546
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