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Русский: Цертелев, Дмитрий Николаевич (князь) 1852-1911, юрист, философ, редактор, поэт, действительный член Психологического общества при Императорском Московском университете. В Лейпцигском университете получил степень доктора философии за труд о гносеологии Шопенгауэра, на немецком языке ("Schopenhauers Еrkenntnisstheorie"). Шопенгауэру посвящены и важнейшие труды Церетелева на русском языке.
WikimediaRU-logo.svg Этот файл загружен Центральной городской библиотекой им. А. Грина
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Цертелев, Дмитрий Николаевич. Эстетика Шопенгауэра : (Чит. Акад. художеств 13 и 15 апр. 1888 г.) / [Соч.] Кн. Д. Цертелева. - Санкт-Петербург : Императорская Академия художеств, типография А. Ф. Маркса, 1888. - 30 с.Санкт-Петербург : Императорская Академия художеств, типография А. Ф. Марксарусский
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Author Цертелев, Дмитрий Николаевич (1852-1911)

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