NICOLAI HARTMANN
ON WILHELM SESEMANN. 1933 Cover Image

НИКОЛАЙ ГАРТМАН О ВИЛЬГЕЛЬМЕ СЕЗЕМАНЕ. 1933
NICOLAI HARTMANN ON WILHELM SESEMANN. 1933

Author(s): Nicolai Hartmann
Contributor(s): Vladimir Belov (Translator), MIKHAIL BELOUSOV (Editor)
Subject(s): Epistemology, Ontology
Published by: Издательство Санкт-Петербургского государственного университета
Keywords: Sesemann; theory of knowledge; ontology; intuition; space; time; movement; possibility;

Summary/Abstract: This publication provides a translation of Nikolai Hartmann’s review into an article by Vasily Sesemann,which is so voluminous that the reviewer mistakenly calls it a book. The publication provides Hartmann’s review of Sesemann’s study 1932 “Logical Laws and Being” („Die logischen Gesetze und das Sein“). Sesemann undertakes this research in order to accentuate the nature and essence of the logical,rational-reflexive sphere, on the one hand, its naturalness in the process of cognition, but, on the other, — derivativeness and limitations. In his review, Hartmann assesses this article not as logical, but as strictly ontological, although it would be more accurate to call it nevertheless ontological and epistemological,since not only the problems of being are the focus of attention of the Russian philosopher,but also the problems associated with the various possibilities of its comprehension.

  • Issue Year: 8/2019
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 318-327
  • Page Count: 10
  • Language: Russian