Home · Božidar Knežević – Božidar Knežević – April 21, | Author: djuvro | Category: N/A. DOWNLOAD PDF – MB. Share Embed . Bozidar Knezevic Misli. 2 likes. Interest. Bozidar Knezevic Misli. Privacy · Terms . About. Bozidar Knezevic Misli. Interest. 2 people like this topic. Want to like. Božidar Knežević (3 March , Ub – 18 February , Belgrade) was a Serbian philosopher . “Stradija” (Land of Tribulation) as it seemed to Radoje Domanović and Božidar Knežević when he was writing his doleful “Misli” ( Thoughts).
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There can be no question that much of the writing he did was written under difficult conditions.
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He died at Belgrade on 18 February of tuberculosis. Here he found a coterie of admirers, and a change in fortune and reputation came with the publication of ” Principi istorije ” Principles of history in Bozidzr the next 20 years he taught throughout Serbia, moved from one town to the next, Though this job entailed a great amount of drugery, he managed to write and publish several volumes.
Proportion, he boldly states, is “the Telos philosophy of history. He was only Morality and more moral organization of social life are born out of pain and suffering.
However, in history as a whole, the growth of civilization leads to increasing social justice and the elimination of irrationality in human life. From this conflict there arises a new order and proportionality which is only temporary and gives place to a new phase of disintegration.
A trial at teaching in at a gymnasium in Uzice convinced him that he could endure teaching. Please introduce links to this page from related articles ; try the Find link tool for suggestions. He believed in man’s dignity and natural right to liberty. Views Read Edit View history. Once elements achieve proportion and balance with each other, “they live simultaneously” in a great organic whole in which one can ultimately arrive at “complete morality, freedom, justice and truth”.
He envisioned a worldwide socio-cultural system as the outgrowth of human progress grounded in science and historical understanding. In addition, “history binds all peoples and leads to their reconciliation and overall harmony”.
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This page was last edited on 18 Augustat The whole, which is unconscious and general, precedes the part, which is conscious and specific. The result is a vast, dynamic, and unique vision of mankind’s place and destiny within the determining laws of an evolving then devolving universe.
Error is noble and natural. It consists in the liberation from all external forces and presupposes the overcoming of ordinary motives for human behavior. A lie is an obstacle to truth. He completed his gymnasium and got his B.
A lie is a conscious distortion of truth. Although he was educated for the priesthood, he turned from Orthodox religion to a faith in science and in social regeneration under the guidance of the intellectual elite.
Henceforth, history and philosophy were his major interests.
Retrieved from ” https: He wrote, “A dogma is an embalmed thought: Integrity as well as lasting inspirations to future generations of our species on this earth and elsewhere, perhaps even in the as yet knwzevic depths of abysmal space were questions on his mind. Error is a lower degree of truth. He did more than anybody to introduce the world literature and philosophy to his countrymen.
Furthermore, his illness contributed to his death. Only what never began will never end; what preceded everything else will survive everything else; what happened first will disappear last.
Whereas academic philosophers repudiated this system as incoherent, many Serb avant-garde poets and writers found in it a congenial vision of the universe in which everything, including poetry and beauty, had its own rightful place in a world striving after proportion. In he was transferred from his teaching post in Uzice to Nis.
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Serbian philosophers Serbian writers births deaths University of Belgrade alumni. At the same time he concluded that a career in the Church was knezevvic for one with his individualistic religious views.
His vision was also social and political. He was, indeed, an original thinker.