Платонические аллюзии в «Мировых эпохах» Ф.В.Й. Шеллинга
The paper delivers a classification and interpretation of platonic allusions and reminiscences in various versions of F.W.J. Schelling's unfinished treatise from 1810s titled Ages of World. The author distinguishes several groups of allusions related to the key concepts of the treatise. The first one refers to the question on the relation between dialectics and history and is closely connected to the anamnesis theory. The second one modifies concepts of eternity and time as they were formulated in Timaeus. The third one gives a new interpretation of the distinction between non-being and that which is not from Sophistes which plays the main role in Schelling's theory of a cosmogony process. The fourth elaborates the dialectics of poverty and abundance as the key to the problem of the beginning of theogony in connection with the myth on Erot's birth from Symposion. The fifth gives a dynamic interpretation of Plato's theory of ideas as moments of unfolding of absolute through the theurgic image of a future world. The seventh one deals with parallels to Kants theory of imagination discovered by Schelling in Plato's Timaeus. Quite a special case is a citation from Proclus' Commantary to Timaeus wchin is firstly identified and interpreted in the last part of the issue.