The author considers an impact of the so-called 'classical German philosophy' upon the Soviet philosophy formation. The special attention is devoted to stages of Kant's philosophy studies by Soviet scholars. The dependence of research strategy on the set of ideological stereotypes is shown. There is also paid due attention to gradual reduction of the force of ideological influence over historical researches of philosophical doctrines, including the Edging, at last decade of the Soviet system domination. The analysis of development of Kant's heritage was carried out by Soviet philosophers in the context of Hegel's philosophy interpretations. Kant's themes and problems which were of basic interest for the Soviet researchers during different periods are shortly described. Those Kant themes and problems which during the different periods interested the Soviet researchers are shortly described within the framework of expressively representative works the defined periods.
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