Volodymyr Shynkaruk: I am, so I think
Keywords:Volodymyr Shynkaruk, classical German philosophy, Kant, Hegel, Marxist, dogmatism, person, worldview, world
The article examines the philosophical views of V. Shynkaruk who was the head of the Institute of Philosophy for over thirty years. The author studies the conceptual prerequisites of the formation of philosophical views of V. Shynkaruk, particularly, the study of local researchers of the classical German philosophy, especially the works by Kant and Hegel. Special emphasis is laid on establishing the worldview problem and its innovative potential in the context of Marxist philosophy. The article analyzes the concepts and categories that enabled ideological direction of philosophizing; it clears up the crucial role of Shynkaruk in the study of the world phenomenon, attitude to the world, worldview structure, as well as distinction of ideology, scientific knowledge and worldview.
Shynkaruk, V.I. (1974). Teoria poznania, logika i dialektika I. Kanta (I. Kant kak rodonachalnik nemetskoi klassicheskoi filosofii) [Theory of knowledge, logic and dialectics by I. Kant (I. Kant as a father of German classical philosophy)], Naukova dumka, Kiev, Ukraine.
Shynkaruk, V.I. (1977). “Introduction. Philosophy and worldview”, Chelovek i mir cheloveka. Kategorii “chelovek” i “mir cheloveka” v sisteme nauchnogo mirovozzrenia, Ed. by V.I. Shynkaruk, Naukova dumka, Kiev, Ukraine.
Shynkaruk, V.I., Bulatov, M.A. (1975). “Social and theoretical preconditions of formation of Kant’s philosophy”, Kriticheskie ocherki po filosofii Kanta. Ed by M.A. Bulatov, V.G. Tabachkovsky, A.I. Yatsenko, Naukova dumka, Kiev, Ukraine.
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