Kantian Journal

2012 Issue №1 (39)

Kant’s theoretical philosophy

Kant, neokantians, and phenomenologists of reflection and reduction

Abstract

The article is devoted to comparison of Kant methodology and the phenomenology, which provide insight into the area of pure  consciousness. Divergences in levels of its understanding are marked, disagreements concerning values of reflection and reduction between Kant and Neo-Kantian philosophers and representatives of phenomenology come to light. The analysis of basic concept of phenomenology, «intentionality», is carried out by means of Kant aprioristic forms.

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The receptions of Kant’s philosophy

“To think of an object and to know an object is… not the same”, or E. T. A. Hoffmann and “Transcendental analytic”

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In the article the question is raised about the Kantianism of E. T. A. Hoffmann on the example of the story from “The night stories”, which shows that the transcendental reflection as an important gnoseological form makes the practical sense in the human life.

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Neokantianism

Russian Neokantianism: history and characteristics of its development

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The article is dedicated to the analysis of the development of Neokantianism in Russia. The originality of Russian Neokantianism is  marked, which was due to the cultural and historical peculiarities of the formation of the domestic philosophical thought. The

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H. Rickert’s notion of value and its interpretation is S. I. Hessen’s philosophy

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This paper investigated the historical and philosophical context of the notions of “tradition” and the “purpose-task” in the philosophy of Sergius Hessen. The article identified the meaning of values and hierarchy of values of Heinrich Rickert in definition of the notions of “tradition” and “purpose-task” and the main principle of their interaction.

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The problems of social philosophy and philosophy of culture

Kant’s philosophy and foundations of the process of aesthetization in contemporary culture

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The article discusses the possibility of detecting the grounds of the aesthetization process in modern culture in the structure of the Kantian philosophy. The connection of Kant's aesthetics with science and morality is traced, and also Kant’s influence on the romantic philosophy of art is revealed. The loss of its classical boundaries by modern aesthetics is shown as originated in the Kantian  philosophy, though it was this very philosophy in which these boundaries were once defined.

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