“Who are you?” or implementing the strategy of depersonalization on an autobiographical narrative
.... Ultimately, in section 3, we offer an analysis of some extracts from the text in question which show how “the strategy of depersonalization” is being omplemented by the author.
memory, self, narrative identity, narrative truth, historical truth, strategy of depersonalization
Kant versus Vladimir Solovyov: gnosiology with reflection and without it
... acquisition of true knowledge is impossible without reflection (including transcendental reflection), Solovyov builds his theory of knowledge on entirely different grounds, therefore, he has to rely on God and intellectual intuition in discovering the truth. Only having established the pros and cons of both gnoseologies, we can define whose theory — Kant’s or Solovyov’s — is more suitable to describe the process of cognition by a human being — a being in possession of rather modest cognitive ...
He predicted the fate poetically… The book Giordano Bruno as a covert confession of Lev Karsavin
Karsavin’s book Giordano Bruno is considered in the context of its author’s biography. The article explores the hypothesis about the deep ideational and spiritual connection between Karsavin and Giordano Bruno forged by undoing the fetters of rationality through a mystical epiphany. It is shown that, in the book, Karsavin foresaw his own academic fate.
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Kant und das Recht der Lüge
... Gedanken von der Menschen Thun und Lassen, zu Beförderung ihrer Glückseligkeit.
4. Aufl. Frankfurt; Leipzig, 1733. § 987.
19. Zoglauer T. Normenkonflikte — zur Logik und Rationalität ethischen Argumentierens. Stuttgart, 1998.
lie, truth, law, Enlightenment, agreement, humanity, murder, selfdefense, duty, value, end, means
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