R. Plečkaitis And Belarusian Tradition Of Studies In The National History Of Philosophy

Problemos:28-37 (2010)

Abstract
The article analyses the role of two historians of philosophy – Romanas Plečkaitis and Alfred Maikhrovich– in the philosophical traditions of Lithuania and Belarus. The history of national philosophy as a field of knowledge was one of the legal forms of mimicry of the national resistance in Soviet times. In post-Soviet period, national philosophy became one of the important pillars of the national revival. From this point of view the impact of Plečkaitis and Maikhrovich as the founders of the Lithuanian and Belarusian philosophical traditions on the development of national culture of their countries is considered through the interference of the Belarusian and Lithuanian philosophical discourses or the genealogical tradition of the national history of philosophy. It means that the dynamic of the intellectual culture of our region must simultaneously have both the scientific and ideological factors.Keywords: Lithuanian philosophy, Belarusian philosophy, national cultural heritage, Plečkaitis, Maikhrovich
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