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Dimitri Uznadze (დიმიტრი უზნაძე in Georgian. December 2, 1886 - October 9, 1950) was a famous Georgian psychologist, philosopher and public benefactor, founder of the Georgian scientific school of Psychology, co-founder of the Tbilisi State University (TSU), Academician and co-founder of the Georgian Academy of Sciences (GAS), Meritorious Science Worker of Georgia, Dr.Sci., Professor.
Life and works Edit
Dimitri Uznadze was born in 1886, in small village Sakara (Western Georgia). In 1904 he graduated from the Georgian Gymnasium in Kutaisi. In 1909 Uznadze graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of the Leipzig University (Germany). In 1910 he received PhD degree at the University of Wittenberg (Halle, Germany).
In 1910-1917 he was teacher of world history of the Kutaisi Georgian Gymnasium.
In 1918 Uznadze co-founded the Tbilisi State University (TSU). Other founders of this University were outstanding Georgian scientists Ivane Javakhishvili, Ekvtime Takaishvili, Shalva Nutsubidze, Akaki Shanidze, Giorgi Akhvlediani, Andria Razmadze, Iosif Kipshidze, Petre Melikishvili, etc.
In 1946 Uznadze received title of Meritorious Science Worker of Georgia.
Main fields of scientific activity of Dimitri Uznadze were: philosophy, history of philosophy, theory of upbringing, experimental pedagogics, etc. He was also author of well-known Theory of Attitude and Set and founder of Georgian school of the psychology of pedagogics. Uznadze's main scientific works are: "Wladimir Solowjow: seine Erkenntnistheorie und Metaphysik" (a monograph, in German, Halle, 1910); "Henri Bergson" (a monograph, in Russian, Tbilisi, 1923); "Untersuchungen zur Psychologie der Einstellung" ("Acta Psychologica", Vol.IV, No.3, 1939, in German); "The Psychology of Set" (a monograph, in English, New York, 1966); "Psychological Investigations" (In Russian, English summary, Moscow, 1966).
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