Neo-Kantian and phenomenological axiology in N. N. Alekseev’s philosophy of law
This paper analyzes receptions of phenomenological and neo-Kantian axiology trends in the interpretation of the concept and status of value in N. N. Alekseev’s philosophy of law. The author identifies the role of Neo-Kantian nomothetic—idiographic division of sciences proposed by ...
Action-thoughts and the genesis of time in linguistic semiosis
... cognition. The cardinal temporal categories of present, past, and future are discussed in terms of action-thoughts understood as elementary units of activity whose structure is determined by linguistic semiosis. Husserl’s tripartite model of the phenomenology of time (prime perception, retention, protention) is applied to the analysis of the subject’s experience of his actions. It is demonstrated that, while our lived present is composed of the actually performed actions, our past and future ...
‘Reaching out’ beyond the text: philosophical notes
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On the role of religion in N. N. Alekseev’s axiological model of law
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Between phenomenology and futurism: Roman Jakobson’s poetics before the WW 2
... (1984). It deals with the poetics of Roman Jakobson formulated during his stay in Prague from 1920 to 1938 and treats this subject from an epistemological perspective outlining three incompatible scholarly/artistic trends which informed it: Husserlian Phenomenology, Saussurian linguistics and Russian Futurism. From Husserl, Jakobson borrowed the concept of “expression” (Ausdruck) — the sign whose self-sameness was absolute. But he departed from the German philosopher by conceiving of this semiotic ...
Kantian Transcendentalism in Contemporary Philosophical Discussions. Report of the “Transcendental Turn in Contemporary Philosophy-3” International Workshop
... in itself, between the first and second editions of the Critique of Pure Reason, the relationship between realist and constructivist aspects of Kantian transcendentalism, the transformation of Kantian transcendental philosophy in Neo-Kantianism and phenomenology and more.
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Report of the ‘Transcendental Turn in Contemporary Philosophy 2’ International Seminar (Moscow, 27—29 April 2017)
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Correlation of the notions of the subject of law and the transcendental subject in the theory of law
The article examines the correlation between two basic concepts of the theory of law and transcendental phenomenology. Each concept has its own meaning and performs its specific function. The article aims is to identify the specifics of each concept in order to understand the existing theoretical distinctions between them.
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Wege und Irrwege der Europäischen Rationalität. Das Problem der Evidenz
... issledovaniya [Rationality as a Subject of Philosophical Research]. Moscow: IF RAN. (In Rus.)
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Kant, Descartes, Husserl, rationality, evidence, postmetaphysical thinking, phenomenology, transcendentalism, reasonableness
Kant, neokantians, and phenomenologists of reflection and reduction
The article is devoted to comparison of Kant methodology and the phenomenology, which provide insight into the area of pure consciousness. Divergences in levels of its understanding are marked, disagreements concerning values of reflection and reduction between Kant and Neo-Kantian philosophers and representatives ...
A postcard sent by Edmund Husserl to Gustav Shpet
This article presents for the first time the postcard sent by Edmund Husserl to Gustav G. Shpet.
E. Husserl, G. G. Shpet, phenomenology
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"I am" and "Something is", or The ontology of Dasein
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epistemology, experience, objectivity, phenomenology, reflection, transcendental subject, apperception, phenomenon, category
Artemenko N. A.
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 recent publications. According to S. L. Katrechko, Kant’s phenomenon (object) is a sign, whose referent is the thing in itself in the subjective ...