The All-Oneness Principle in V. Solovyov’s Ontology
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Arvydas Šliogeris
Published 1975-09-29
https://doi.org/10.15388/Problemos.1975.15.5576
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Šliogeris A. (1975). The All-Oneness Principle in V. Solovyov’s Ontology. Problemos, 15, 78-88. https://doi.org/10.15388/Problemos.1975.15.5576

Abstract

The article presents an analysis of some aspects of the ontological interpretation of the all-oneness principle as suggested by V. Solovyov, a Russian philosopher-idealist of the late 19th century. All-oneness appears as the main structural element of the absolute origin of being – the all one being. By applying this principle V. Solovyov substitutes the traditional dualistic structure of being which as a kind of pantheistic schema is adopted in the “classical” Christianity, i.e., by introducing pantheistic elements he relaxes the dualistic tension. The social, social-psychological and theoretical prerequisites for the necessity of the dualistic ontology are analysed in the paper. The original assumptions and final results of V. Solovyov’s religious-idealistic ontology are criticized from the Marxist point of view, the anti-scientific essence of the ontological interpretation of the all-oneness principle is disclosed.
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