Thomistic and Vladimir Solovyev’s Ideas in Adomas Dambrauskas-Jakštas’ Philosophy
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Arvydas Šliogeris
Published 1973-01-01
https://doi.org/10.15388/Problemos.1973.12.5526
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Šliogeris A. (1973). Thomistic and Vladimir Solovyev’s Ideas in Adomas Dambrauskas-Jakštas’ Philosophy. Problemos, 12, 69-78. https://doi.org/10.15388/Problemos.1973.12.5526

Abstract

The article discusses the influence of the philosophical views of Vladimir Solovyev, the Russian idealist philosopher of the late 19th century on Adomas Dambrauskas-Jakštas, a representative of the bourgeois Lithuanian neoscholastic philosophy. The author shows that a struggle between Solovyev’s ideas and thomism is characteristic of the philosophical views of the Lithuanian idealist philosopher. Thus Jakštas is to be considered neither a consistent thomist nor an orthodox disciple of Solovyev.
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