Edmund Husserl’s phenomenology and a cognitive-semantic interpretation of Kant’s transcendentalism
This article analyses one of the recent realist interpretations of Kant — the one proposed by S. L. Katrechko. This interpretation is compared with the modern realistic understanding of Husserl’s phenomenology. Defined as cognitive-semantic, the interpretation is developed in several of S. L. Katrechko’s ...
Kant’s transcendentalism as a transcendental paradigm of philo¬so¬phiz¬ing
... the author introduces suchnew methodological concepts as “transcendental shift” and “transcendental perspective” (see CPR, B25) and “transcendental constructivism” or “pragmatism” (see “acts of pure thinking" (CPR, B81)). This interpretation of transcendentalism is based on the cognitive-semantic reading of the Critique in the light of Kant’s question formulated in a letter to M. Herz (of February 21, 1772): “What is the ground of the relation of that in us which we call ...
Are there Everett worlds?
... on each other with a force that, in principle, can be measured «with a dynamometer». Hence the conclusion that these worlds really exist. It is shown that, contrary to popular belief, the many-world (Everett) and «casual» (de Broglie — Bohm) interpretations coincide. A limited path integral was used to describe coordinate measurement in terms of multiworld interpretation.
1. Everett H. «Relative State» Formulation of Quantum Mechanics // Rev. Mod. Phys. 1957. Vol. 29, iss. 3. P....
Ethnography in Translation Studies: an object and a research methodology
... translation studies [TS] has appropriated this concept, first as a way to solve translation problems (with Eugene Nida), then as an object (within the cultural turn) and more recently as a research methodology to document and analyze translation and interpreting events in context. The author shows how, in the early seventies, both cultural anthropology and TS saw a change in paradigm that brought the two disciplines closer at the surface level (as the metaphor of culture as a text gained grounds),...
Specific ways to interpret the biblical expressions paradise and hell in the headings of aphoristic definitions
This paper describes ways to interpret the lexemes paradise and hell in definition-like aphorisms resembling a dictionary entry. These definitions use both traditional universal ways to interprets words and specific ones, in particular, association, antonymy-based distinction, ...
Textonics: an introduction to electronic philology
... interact with the entire Web: each word has to be properly placed not only within its immediate context, but also in the supratexts of its usage by other authors throughout the history of writing. As a result, the main philological procedure is shifting: interpretation, as a deep-semantic reading of a text, is increasingly superseded by its retextualization, transformation, expansion or narrowing of its sign frameworks. The internet makes it easy to synthesize new texts that integrate or disperse the ...
H. Rickert’s notion of value and its interpretation is S. I. Hessen’s philosophy
... природе и науки о культуре. М., 1998. С. 15—42.
5. Риккерт Г. О системе ценностей // Риккерт Г. Науки о природе и науки о культуре. М., 1998. С. 363—391.
interpretation, neo-Kantianism, axiology, value, history
Zagirniak M. J.