Studies in East European Thought 57 (3-4):233-248 (2005)
To ascertain the context of Il’enkov’s philosophy, the author delves into the history of philosophy since the Sophists and Plato. For Il’enkov, philosophy is not an abstract science “about everything, ” but a study of ideas – forms which are identical for thinking and being. These objective and universal forms of thought are explained as products and schemes of human activity creating the world of culture and reified in its “smart” things
|Keywords||Il’enkov cognition culture and nature idea ideal knowledge Marxism thinking and being truth and error|
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