Feeling and faith in F. H. Jacobi’s Vorrede, zugleich Einleitung...
This article analyses the understanding of feeling and faith in the late work of F. H. Jacobi Vorrede, zugleich Einleitung in des Verfassers sämtliche philosophisch Schriften. The author emphasises the similarity between the interpretation of faith in F. H. Jacobi’s work and the understanding ...
Mathematical model for feeling hope
A mathematical model, which determines composition and structure of human feelings was created. It was shown that each feeling can be shown in the shape of a wreath from sequentially arising emotions. The mathematical model for feeling hope was built and analyzed.
1. Разумовский О. С. Бихевиоральные ...
Kant als Mystiker? Zur These von Carl Arnold Wilmans’ dissertatio philosophica
... Furthermore, the focus of my study is directed towards Kant’s essay On a Newly Arisen Superior Tone in Philosophy. I show that the central Kantian theorem of the fact of reason converges with his doctrine of respect to the moral law as intelligible feeling. This rapprochement allows the latter to play an argumentative role that, by serving as ratio cognoscendi of freedom, is also of epistemic value. Kant’s practical philosophy turns out to be based on a quasi-phenomenological intuitionism of finite ...
Cohen and Natorp’s Philosophy of Religion: the Argument about the Boundary of Reason
... Natorp’s Philosophy of religion within the Marburg Neo-Kantian tradition. Hildesheim: Olms.
Ucko, S., 1927. Der Gottesbegriff in der Philosophie Hermann Cohens. Berlin: S. Scholem.
philosophy of religion, Marburg Neo-Kantianism, boundary of reason, feeling, critical idealism, system of philosophy
Belov V. N.
Feelings, emotions, sensations: On the representativeness of mental states in the Russian language
... русского языка : в 4 т. / под ред. Д. Н. Ушакова. М., 1935.
26. Wierzbicka A. Ethnosyntax and the philosophy of grammar // Studies in Language. Amsterdam, 1979. Vol. 3, № 3. P. 313—383.
Kamalova A. A.
mental state, feeling, emotion, sensation, Russian, word usage, word history