The communication of persons: Kant’s theory of marriage law held captive by pagan anthropology
The paper analyzes Kant’s philosophy of matrimonial law. It focuses on the idea of this law as “possession of a person as a thing and its use as a person”: Kant conceives marriage as an interpersonal relation in an external form of real possession, in the aspect of the objective and subjective goal of such relation, but primarily in the aspect of its legal and ethical possibility. Given the naturalistic interpretation ...
Psychological problems of "common-law marriage"
The article considers the problems of "common-law marriage" and analyses the history of common-law marriage in Russia, publications of American researchers and presents the data of authors’ research on male perception of common-law marriage.
A triune community: Fichte’s family law against the background of Kant’s practical philosophy (II)
Based on Fichte’s Foundations of Natural Right recently published in Russian for the first time, this article investigates the logic and basic statements of Fichte’s theory on family law. The second part of the study considers Fichte's theory of marriage law as compared to Kant’s legal doctrine. Both the union and separation of marriage partners is viewed by Fichte as a phenomenon of the internal life and an element of personal freedom, hence the role of clergy in this field. In Fichte’s ...
A triune community: Fichte’s family law against the background of Kant’s practical philosophy (I)
... Natural Right, recently published in Russian for the first time, this article investigates the logic and basic statements of Fichte’s theory on family law. The first part of the study is dedicated to Fichte’s ethical and metaphysical “deduction of marriage”, which views the family union as a natural-and-moral community of sexes, which only subsequently assumes a legal form through the principle of law. Fichte’s viewpoint is juxtaposed with Kant’s concept of family law complemented by Kant’s ...
Russophone immigration to Finland: new forms, trends, and consequences
... Russia and other former Soviet countries — has, however, an even greater potential. Non-EU immigration falls into several categories — from seasonal labour migration to the relocation of top specialists and entrepreneurs. Currently, family reunions, marriages, and student and labour migration account for most migration from Russia to Finland. This article attempts to study immigration to Finland from neighbouring countries, primarily from Russia. The result of the study is an analysis of principal ...
The family: A legal definition
... словарь русского языка / под ред. С. А. Кузнецова. М., 2004.
14. Шершеневич Г. Ф. Учебник русского гражданского права. М., 1995. Т. 2.
family, cohabitation, marriage, germaneness, in-law relationship, adoption, mutual support, child-rearing, common household
Current demographical processes in the Penza region
... ситуация в Пензенской области в 2011 г. Пенза, 2012.
3. Первышкин В.И. Мордва // Пензенская энциклопедия. Пенза, 2001.
fertility, mortality, natural increase, marriage rate, divorce rate, urbanization
The “court cases” of General Ye. F. Kern
.... M. (eds.), 1989, Kern (Markova-Vinogradskaja) A. P. Vospominanija. Dnevniki. Perepiska [Kern (Markov-Vinogradskaya) AP Memories. Blogs. correspondence], Moscow.
war, officers, generals, service, military transport officer, army, marriage, allowance, resignation