Vladimir Solovyov


Vladimir Solovyov was born (16) 28 January in 1853 in Moscow. His father was a distinguished historian Sergey Solovyov, and her mother came from the nobility. Following in the footsteps of his father, Vladimir graduated from the historical-philological faculty of Moscow University and then defended his master, and after a short time — a doctoral dissertation.

Meet the has played a big role in the development of Soloviev as a philosopher, as Dostoevsky has made him one of the prototypes of Ivan and Alyosha in the novel "The Brothers Karamazov┬╗.

In 1881, members of the "People's Will" was killed by the king , and Soloviev opposed the death penalty. Because of this he had to leave the post of a teacher and do science and literature.

Philosophy of Vladimir Solovyov closely connected with theology, but the real driving force of illuminating the world, is the beauty (and this seems obvious influence of Dostoevsky ).

Vladimir Solovyov is the author of such famous works as "The Spiritual Foundations of Life", "The history and future of theocracy", "Justification of the Good."

Poetry Solovyov very allegorical and contains many secret signs that distinguish the Symbolists. The main motives of his poems — the eternal feminine, the world soul, a foreboding.

Vladimir Solovyov died (31 July) {day-8-13} {13 August / day} in 1900 and is buried in the Novodevichy Cemetery.