The philosophical legacy of Fyodor F. Sidonsky (1805-1873) is an important milestone in the formation of Russian professional metaphysics, which is most closely connected with the religious outlook. F.F. Sidonsky was a priest and a deep thinker at the same time. He was born on February 11, 1805 in the village of Arkhangelske, Novotorzhsk uyezd, Tver government (now the village of Krasnoye, Torzhsk district). He was a son of a poor village priest. Originally he studied at Novotorzhsk uyezd secondary school, Tver Theological Seminary, then at St. Petersburg Theological Academy. After graduating from the Academy on September 25, 1829 and defending his thesis on "Reflections on the Translation of Seventy Expositors", the future St. Petersburg philosopher received a master's degree. He was then left at the St. Petersburg Theological Academy with a bachelor's degree, first in English and then in Philosophy. In 1835 F.F. Sidonsky was awarded the full Demidov Prize.
His sphere of interest included a wide variety of fields of philosophy and theology. We can talk about F.F. Sidonsky as a theologian, historian, and teacher, but first of all he was a deep and original thinker, philosopher who sought to combine empiricism with theism. His consistent defending of the interests of "love of wisdom" sometimes caused a negative reaction from the narrow-minded bureaucracy.
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