Series of academical lectures given by Tamara Dlugach about the most influential figures of French Enlightenment and German Idealism: from Wolff to Fichte.
Tamara Dlugach, DSc in Philosophy, Chief Research Fellow at the Department of Western Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy RAS; the author of Three Portraits of the Age of Enlightenment: Montesquieu. Voltaire. Rousseau (2006), Two Philosophical Reflections: From Holbach to Kant (2011), Immanuel Kant: From Early Works to the «Critique of Pure Reason» (1990), From Kant to Fichte (2010), and other books and numerous papers on the philosophy and the philosophers of the Age of Enlightenment and German Idealism.
↑ Lecture 1. French Enlighteners: Voltaire and Rousseau
↑ Lecture 2. French Enlighteners: d’Holbach, Diderot and Helvétius
↑ Lecture 3. Understanding and Reason in Kant’s Critique
↑ Lecture 4. Kant’s Transcendental Dialectic
↑ Lecture 5. Hegel: the Phenomenology of Spirit and the Philosophy of Spirit
↑ Lecture 6. Hegel: the Science of Logic and the Philosophy of History
↑ Lecture 7. Hegel: Lectures on the Philosophy of History
The fourth part of the issues of the author's program "Object 22" by Yevgeny Stakhovsky on the radio Mayak on the history of philosophy with the participation of domestic specialists, dedicated to the period of modern philosophy
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Series of mini-lectures about the philosophy of mind, prepared by The Moscow Center for Consciousness Studies. Each lecture is devoted to some important issue or to a particular person from that area.
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