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Encyclopedia > Solomon Dodashvili

Solomon Dodashvili (May 17, 1805-August 20, 1836) was a famous Georgian scientist and public benefactor, founder of the Georgian scientific school of Logic, founder of the Georgian professional journalistic, philosopher, historian and linguist. He born in 1805, in village Magaro (Kakheti region of Eastern Georgia).


In 1827 he graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of the St.Petersburg University (Russia). In 1828 Dodashvili received a degree of Magister of Philosophy.


In 1828-1832 he was Editor-in-Chief of the first Georgian newspaper - the Georgian weekly addition of the newspaper "Tiflisskie Vedomosti" (Tbilisi).


Dodashvili was outstanding representative of the National-liberation, antirussian movement of Georgia. In 1832 he was arrested. He died in 1836, in the prison of Vyatka (Russia).


Dodashvili was author of many important scientific works in the fields of logic, history of Georgian literature, grammar of Georgian language.


Main scientific works of Solomon Dodashvili

  • S. Dodashvili. "Logic" (a monograph), St.Petersburg, 1828 (in Russian); Tbilisi, 1949 (in Georgian)
  • S. Dodashvili. "Short look on the Georgian literature".- "Moskovskie Vedomosti", No 10, Moscow, 1832 (in Russian)
  • S. Dodashvili. "Methodology of Logic" (a monograph), Tbilisi, 1829 (in Russian)
  • S. Dodashvili. "Brief Grammar of Georgian language", Tbilisi, 1830 (in Georgian)

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Solomon Dodashvili (May 17, 1805-August 20, 1836) was a famous Georgian scientist and public benefactor, founder of the Georgian scientific school of Logic, founder of the Georgian professional journalistic, philosopher, historian and linguist.
Dodashvili was outstanding representative of the National-liberation, antirussian movement of Georgia.
Dodashvili was author of many important scientific works in the fields of logic, history of Georgian literature, grammar of Georgian language.
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