Language as mimesis (lyric poetry in H.-G. Gadamer’s herm¬e¬neutics)
... subjectification of aesthetical experience in Kant’s philosophy. According to Gadamer, art deals with the notion of truth and should be associated not with aesthetics, but rather with ontology. Thus, art is the experience of truth. In Gadamer’s philosophical hermeneutics, the basis of art is the notion of mimesis, which is not the Platonic copy of idea, but an increase in being. Gadamer uses lyrical poetry to show that mimesis should be regarded as transformation into structure (Verwandlung ins Gebilde) and ...
Thinking and faith. An afterword to the correspondence regarding relations between Hamann and Kant
... “Tantalischer Schmertz“: Versuch einer konstruktiven Kritizismus-Kritik in ontotriadischer Perspektive. Frankfurt am Main ; Berlin ; Bern ; New York ; Paris ; Wien : Lang, 1998.
G. Hamann, I. Kant, philosophy of Enlightenment, Critique of Pure Reason, hermeneutics, transcendental philosophy, Hamann’s polemic against Kant
Gilmanov V. Kh.
[html]<div align="justify">1. Gilmanov, V. H. 2003, Germenevtika «obraza» I. G. Gamana i Prosveshhenie [Hermeneutics ...
Towards methodology of humanities on the way to reform in logic
... argue that the theories of Hermann Cohen, Wilhelm Windelband and Ernst Cassirer deliver the examples for the transition from epistemology to philosophy of culture, and the theories of Wilhelm Dilthey and Georg Misch modify the theory of knowledge into hermeneutics of life.
1. Cassirer E. Zur Logik des Symbolbegriffs (1938) // Cassirer E. Wesen und Wirkung des Symbolbegriffs. Darmstadt, 1976. S. 201—230.
2. Cassirer E. Das Symbolproblem und seine Stellung im System der Philosophie (1927) // Cassirer ...
The voice of history and the politics: On the issue of effective historical consciousness in modern history in the light of N. Karamzin’s historiography
The article reveals the relevance of N. Karamzin’s historical and providential method in the context of philosophical hermeneutics of H.-G. Gadamer. Highlighting a deep connection of the ideological basis of Karamzin’s historiography with the up-to-now-incomplete search for the “Russian idea” the paper shows the suitability of appealing to Karamzin’s historiographical ...
The hermeneutics of literary modelling and intertext in L. Leonov’s novel The Pyramid
This article analyses L. Leonov’s novel «The Pyramid» from the perspective of hermeneutical and intertextual methodologies and identifies the coordinates of the text’s literary dialogue with the reader’s perception. The author shows that the hermeneutical and intertextual research methodologies make it possible to identify ...
Watershed or Cul-de-Sac? Disputes in the Theological Reception of Kant’s Philosophy
.... Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, pp. 162-186.
Wendel, S., 2005. Nicht naturalisierbar: Kants Freiheitsbegriff. In: G. Essen and M. Striet, eds. 2005. Kant und die Theologie. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, pp. 13-45.
hermeneutics of thought forms, Aristotelian teleology, Augustine, original sin, Radical Orthodoxy, autonomy, ought, postulate of God
The humility of holy fools in Orthodox Christianity: On the problem of understanding (The Vita of Simeon the Holy Fool and The Vita of Andrew the Holy Fool)
... Юрганов А. Л. Опыт исторической феноменологии: Трудный путь к очевидности. М., 2003. С. 211—290.
translated literature in Ancient Rus, hagiography, holy foolishness, holiness, humility, hermeneutics, text
‘Reaching out’ beyond the text: philosophical notes
In this article, I define the concept of text and briefly discuss the related concepts of speech and discourse. I demonstrate how the humanities treat texts and examine the structural-semiotic and the hermeneutic approach. Further, I identify both the differences between these approaches and the similarities in the ways they interpret texts. I argue that the philosophical approach seeks to go beyond the text as far as possible without leaving it ...
The philosophy of the text as texts of philosophy
... this interpretation, being in itself appears as a text. Philosophizing as such is realized in various forms of textualization, which are the focus of this article. Verbal textualization (single words, paremia, aphoristics, parables, detailed plots, hermeneutic interpretations, conceptual systems) does not exclude visual, activity-driven textualizations and their mutual translations. Philosophy is capable of taking on diverse, dissimilar forms. It is as diversified as the paths of human self-determination,...
The problem of meaning in Social Semiotics: deep semiotics as a conceptual extension of Social Semiotics
... semiotics as praxis: Text, social meaning making, and Nabokov’s Ada. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Randviir, A., 2004. Mapping the World: Towards a Sociosemiotic Approach to Culture. Tartu: Tartu University.
understanding, deep semiotics, hermeneutics, meaning formation, objectification,
social semiotics, social experience
Tulchinskiy G. L.
The 2nd Research Workshop «Hagiography in Russian Cultural Space»
... Kant Baltic Federal University. The author defines the scope of Russian hagiography studies, identifies key problems discussed, and outlines prospects for further research.
Russian philology, hagiography, history, culture, genre, Medieval studies, hermeneutics
Dorofeeva L. G.
Дорофеева Л. Г. DOI 10.5922/2225-5346-2018-1-9
The application of the hermeneutic technology of remote training the case of the Database course in the framework of Business Informatics bachelor’s programme
This paper identifies the features of hermeneutics application in pedagogical science. The authors define and describe the pedagogical nature of herme-neutical technology of remote training on the basis of information hermeneutics. The stages of the process of application of remote training ...
Kant in Nikolai Strakhov’s philosophical research (An experience of epistemological orientation)
... Kant’s understanding of the subjectivity of thinking (V. A. Zhuchkov). However, the complexity of historical and philosophical interpretation and analysis of Kant’s meanings in Strakhov’s philosophical research lies in the fact that this re-search is hermeneutic (‘peripheral’, according to F. E. Shperk). It strives to grasp the meanings not in the framework of historical continuity as a creation of the ‘forefather of ensuing systems’, but as part of the open whole of Kant’s philosophy filled ...