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He believed that monarchical conscience of law corresponds to such values as religious piety and family.
Ivan Ilyin – Wikipedia
Ivan Alexandrovich Ilyin March 28, — December 21, was a Russian religious and political philosopherWhite emigre publicist and an ideologue of the Russian All-Military Union. He became the main ideologue of the Russian White movement in emigration and between and was a publisher and editor of the Russian-language journal Russkiy KolokolRussian Bell. He regarded this work lijin only as a study of Hegel but also as preparation for his own work ilijn theory of law.
Ivan Ilyin was born in Moscow in an aristocratic family that claimed Rurikid descent. Die Marxisten hatten recht damit, die Mittelklasse zu hassen, ja sie hassten sie sogar noch zu wenig. Ilyin wrote that many Russians believed that private property and large estates are gained not through hard labour but through power and maladministration of officials. Ilyin argued that the main difference lay not in legal matters but in the conscience of law of common people.
His teacher Novgorodtsev was also briefly imprisoned. His abdication and the subsequent abdication of his brother Iljib Alexandrovich were crucial mistakes which led to the abolition of monarchy iljln consequent troubles.
This page was last edited on 19 Octoberat Iljin begegnete russischen Problemen mit Hilfe von deutschen Denkern. Another major work of Ilyin, “On Monarchy”, was not finished. He answered that the reason was “the weak, damaged self-respect” of Russians.
Facing this creative task, appeals of foreign parties to formal democracy remain naive, light-minded and irresponsible. Without proper understanding of law and justice, the law would not be able to exist. InIlyin became a professor of law in Moscow University; his scholarly thesis on Hegel was published.
Ilyin looked on Mussolini and Hitler as exemplary leaders who were saving Europe by dissolving democracy. In einem Artikel, der am 3.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ilyin contributed to this with several lectures, the first of which was called “The Spiritual Sense of the War”. He understood it as a proper understanding of law by an individual and ensuing obedience to the law. Iljin musste Russland verlassen, weil er von der Tscheka vertrieben wurde. This did not happen in Russia.
Rechtsstaatlichkeit sei keine universelle Bestrebung, sondern Teil einer fremden, der westlichen Zivilisation; die russische Kultur hingegen vereine Russland mit postsowjetischen Staaten wie der Ukraine. In his article “The main thing” of “Our Tasks” Ilyin writes: However he was critical of the monarchy in Russia.
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For Ilyin to talk of a Ukraine separate from Russia as to be a mortal enemy of Russia. InIlyin moved for a year to Western Europe to work on his thesis: Die Psychoanalyse bot somit ein anderes Bild des Denkens als die hegelianische Philosophie, die Iljin damals studierte. In der Nesawissimaja Gaseta vom Novgorodtsev offered Ilyin to lecture on theory of general law at Moscow Commerce Institute.
Along with many other intellectuals he generally approved of it.
After AprilIlyin was imprisoned several times for alleged anti-communist activity. While a student Ilyin became interested in philosophy under influence of Professor Pavel Ivanovich Novgorodtsevwho was a Christian philosopher of jurisprudence and a political liberal. In Ilyin graduated with oljin law degree, and from he began working there as a scholar. Retrieved from ” https: Die Interpretationen Iljins stammen von mir.
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He authored several articles about Ilyin and came up with the idea of transferring his iljn from Switzerland to the Donskoy Monastery in Moscowwhere the philosopher had dreamed to find his last retreat. He was an utter opponent of any war in general but believed that since Russia had already been involved in the war, the duty of every Russian was to support his country.
From to he lived in Berlin.