By P. Ferretti
Vasilii Fedorovich Malinovskii (1765-1814) is a reputation which has hitherto lacked real resonance within the heritage of Russian tradition. Tt is naturally a reputation recognized to all scholars of Alexander Pushkin's biography, for Malinovskii was once the 1st Director of the hot Tsarskoe Selo Lyceum, if, unfortunately, for under the 1st 3 of the younger poet's years on the institution. For these students conversant with the highbrow and literary lifetime of the "beautiful starting" of the reign of Alexander I's reign Malinovskii has his little area of interest for his extraordinary Rassuzhdenie zero mire i voine (1803) and not more for his Osennie vechera (1803), a little-known magazine constrained to an insignificant 8 weekly concerns and written fullyyt by means of the editor. As regards the of his 'eighteenth-century' Malinovskii, who lived the 1st thirty-five years lifestyles predominantly within the reign of the nice Catherine, little details encumbers the reminiscence of even experts of the interval. certainly, his elder brother, Aleksei Fedorovich (1762-1840), is the likely to be remembered for his literary and translating paintings to boot for his later place as Head of the Moscow Archive of the Ministry of international Affairs, which introduced him into touch with Pushkin and, no longer abruptly, with Karamzin. Karamzin spoke of him as "one of my few previous and actual friends", yet one searches in useless for the same accolade for VasiIii Fedorovich.
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Aleksei Fedorovich compiled an anthology of extracts from Voltaire, Fontenelle, Malesherbes, Leibniz and other prominent European authors . A correct evaluation of the relationship between the two brothers (important also to illuminate their sharing of masonic views) is, however, made difficult by the apparent absence of any correspondence between them in any of the succeeding years , a fact that could hardly be interpreted as a sign of intimacy . Especially if compared with the number of letters of various character sent by Vasilii to his younger brother Pavel (1766-1832), 33 'Rossiianin v Anglii' , XL pp.
The knowledge necessary to man 's prosperity is steadily approaching perfection» (IX, p. 59). The author can focus at this point on an account of the position of Russia in this picture: Russians are for Europe a new people, who are approaching enlightenment at an excellent pace. ) We have become famous for our strength , now it behoves us to achieve equal fame for our character and enlightenment (IX, p. 60). The idea that the era in which Russia had considered her main purpose to be catching up with Europe in the art of war was over, and that it was now time to measure the forces on a different ground, is full of implications.
_ 1'10""" 1"""\. o__ rr .. _ 1. 1_ 40. l thought: Rassuznaenie 0 nachale i osnovanii grazhdanskikn obshcherhitii, zakliuchaiushchee v sebe ubeditel'nye issledovaniia vopreki Zhan Zhaku Russo (1787), in which the radicalism of the French philosopher was openly criticized . In an original work published in 1788 under the title Otrada v skuke. Aleksei Fedorovich compiled an anthology of extracts from Voltaire, Fontenelle, Malesherbes, Leibniz and other prominent European authors . A correct evaluation of the relationship between the two brothers (important also to illuminate their sharing of masonic views) is, however, made difficult by the apparent absence of any correspondence between them in any of the succeeding years , a fact that could hardly be interpreted as a sign of intimacy .
A Russian Advocate of Peace: Vasilii Malinovskii (1765–1814) by P. Ferretti