The author searches for affinity in creative works by J.W. Goethe and A.S. Pushkin as “art philosophers” (S.L. Frank), detecting in their works the displays of highly developed righthemisphere and left-hemisphere functions of the human brain. This is connected, first of all, with the ability of visual image for embodying philosophic ideas and, secondly, the ability of a “seeing eye” to search for and to find time – development, formation, the history. The writers’ dramatic compositions are the best embodiment of concrete completeness of reality which is equally subject to thinking of the both artists. In the author’s opinion, the philosophic theatre of Goethe and Pushkin syncretizes the historical specificity, philosophic problems, poetical word, and theatrical performance.