Hermeneutics of Guilt in Johannes Bobrowski’s Works
The poetic destiny of the outstanding German poet and novelist Johannes Bobrowski is being considered. His poetology in the most complicated synthesis of antinomic semantics and metrics is being analyzed. The existence of guilt with its exacerbated spirit of his Christian humanity’s eschatological personalism in creative work of Bobrowski is being emphasized. The conclusion about the essential equality of his poetic language and being/nothingness in his understanding ...
Dare to Know, or the Gospel According to Kant
... Enlightenment era, thus anticipating and justifying revolutionary upheavals, or is it within ourselves who have refused to use our reason independently and regularly? — something which Kant unequivocally considers to be everyone’s special kind of guilt. Following Kant, I look for an answer to the question, “Which limits impede Enlightenment, and which limits, far from obstructing it, are bound to promote it?” and reveal the hidden paradox of the Kantian solution: maturity has to be preceded ...
Vernunft und Glaube. Zu Kants Deduktion der Gnadenlehre
... Mohr Siebeck. S. 98-117.
Wimmer, R., 1990. Kants kritische Religionsphilosophie. Berlin und New York: de Gruyter.
Winter, A., 1975. Kant zwischen den Konfessionen. Theologie und Philosophie, 51, S. 1-37.
conversion, conscience, deduction, faith, God, guilt, grace, justification, transgression
Formalisation of cognition in a special proceeding trial
Criminal procedural cognition in special judicial proceedings is largely based on the provisions of the concept of formal (legal) evidence. The formalisation of evidence presupposes the availability of the necessary proofs and mandatory sources of evidence that create proper conditions for the implementation of the procedural norm of Chapter 40 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.
1. Александров А. С. Основание и условия для особого порядка принятия...