A. A. Fet as a theoretical and practical adherent of pure art¬ and the prob-lem of the nature of poetry
This article is devoted to A. A. Fet’s philosophy of art. He is a representative of ‘pure art’ in Russian poetry, whose works were opposed to tendentious art serving the socio-political agenda ofthe time. However, the objective logic of nature of art made A. A. Fet’s poetry complimentary to revolutionary-democratic ...
The Art of «Leftist Obscenity» as a Way to Discredit the Imperial Regime: the Works of Eisenstien, Babel, and Lunacharsky
This study deals with the method of ‘leftist obscenity,’ which emerged within left art in the early Soviet period. The article aims to define this method, describe its procedures, and identify the purpose it served at the time. The author assumes that ‘leftist obscenity’ arose within pro-Soviet art, when the Soviet government was ...
Liturgy space and art in Orthodoxy
... mentality revealing its universality and integrity. This liturgical chronotope contributes to overcoming the currently dominant cognitive tendency to split or polarize Orthodox mentality. The author explores the foundations of Orthodox aesthetics and art.
religion, Orthodoxy, aesthetics, religious art, icon, liturgy, temple, space, time
Hybrid texts as a form of interaction between avant-garde artistic and political discourses
This paper explores hybrid texts as a special type of text that forms within ‘inter-discourse interaction’ and relates to the ‘convergence of discourses’. The analysis focuses on the interaction between avant-garde art and political discourses, which have been in close contact since the 20th century and have common typological features. The main methods used in this study are the linguistic pragmatic method, the linguistic poetic method, and discourse analysis. ...
Legal guarantees for international investment according to the legislation of the Russian Federation
... Koveshnikov, М. Ye. 2001, Pravovoe regulirovanie inostrannyh investicij v Rossijskoj Federacii [Legal regulation of foreign investment in the Russian Federation], Moscow.
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8. Sobranie zakonodatel'stva RF [Code of Laws of the Russian Federation], 2005, no 30, Art. 3126.
9. Sobranie zakonodatel'stva RF [Code of ...
A testimony of the First World War: Käthe Kollwitz’s cycle War (1922—1923)
... Kollwitz’s works as a historical source for reconstructing the memory of the war.
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2. Comini A. Gender or Genius? The Women Artists of German Expressionism // Feminism and Art History. Questioning the Litany / ed. N. Broude, M. D. Garrard. N. Y., 1982.
3. Friedrichsmeyer S. “Seeds for the Sowing”: The Diary of Käthe Kollwitz // Arms and the Woman: War Gender and Literary Representation / ed. H. M. Cooper et al. Chapel ...
Rhythm and Metaphor in the Art of the Icon
Using art history interpretation methods and the methods of historical cultural studies, the author demonstrates the role of rhythm and metaphor as the most expressive artistic means of icon painting. The interaction of rhythm and metaphor is an integral part ...
The Soteriological Aspect of the Murals in the Kaliningrad Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
... 1994. Propovedi 1973—1994 godov [Sermons of 1973—1994]. Pskov. Vol. 2.
2. Gubareva, O. V., 2013. Rozhdestvo Khristovo [Nativity]. St. Petersburg.
3. Davidova, A. G., 2015. The meaning of the term “Painting program” for the church monumental art. Vestnik PSTGU. Seriya 5. Voprosy istorii i teorii khristianskogo iskusstva [Bulletin PSTGU. Series 5. Questions of history and theory of Christian art], 3(19), pp. 120—129.
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Rent-seeking behavior and rent-oriented behavior in the sphere of art and culture
The article investigates the phenomenon of rent-seeking and rent-oriented behavior in the sphere of culture and arts. The author describes the specific features of the cultural production. It is shown that, the supply of cultural goods is characterized by the different level of rarity and consists from creative production, services of the institutions of culture ...
‘The Radical Black Colour’. On the Semantics of the Black Colour in Anarchist Discourse
... universals of visual experience. This idea is connected with the prototypical root of the colour black — the night, which is associated with chaos across many cultures. The protest semantics of the colour black is increasingly used in contemporary art activism. The author considers examples demonstrating that the colour black is used to criticise political representation and the anonymity of power. The primary focus is on the artistic practices of blackout (painting over/blocking out in black ink),...
Evaluation of a work of art in journalistic texts: E. Vodolazkin’s novel Lavr
The author analyses the process of evaluating works of art in media texts and highlights the main stages of this process. The author proposes a methodology for analyzing speech forms of journalistic representation of a work of art based on the achievements of modern Russian intentional stylistics. Using examples ...
Language as mimesis (lyric poetry in H.-G. Gadamer’s herm¬e¬neutics)
This article deals with the essence of art in Gadamer’s philosophy, including his critical approach to Kantian aesthetical consciousness and subjectification of aesthetical experience in Kant’s philosophy. According to Gadamer, art deals with the notion of truth and should be associated ...
Pictorial art and George Perec’s oeuvre
Georges Perec is a French author, literary experimenter, and member of the Oulipo group, whose works are strongly influenced by pictorial art. This paper explores various ways in which pictorial art affects the plots, style, lan¬guage, structure, and composition of Perec’s poetics. It is argued that the three most important functions of visual art in Perec’s prose are plot-forming,...
The reality of fiction in a literary world: on an excerpt from Stanisław Lem’s Solaris
... higher order.
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Domanski, Y. V., 2018a. The art world and the real world. In: M. M. Golubkov, et al., eds. Russkaya literatura ХХ—ХХI vekov kak literaturnyi protsess (problemy teorii i metodologii izucheniya): Materialy VI Mezhdunarodnoi nauchnoi konferentsii [Russian literature of the ...
Kant’s aesthetic theory in the light of H. G. Gadamer’s hermeneutic project
... theories and their common principles. Unlike Gadamer, Kant focuses on general aesthetic categories and aesthetic perception rather than artistic phenomena. Kant’s thesis about ‘disinterested liking’ and the correlation between Kant’s definitions of art and cognition are considered. Kant distinguishes between aesthetic judgment and cognition, whereas Gadamer defines art as a method of cognition, an event that can become genuine under the condition of maximum of understanding. The author analyses ...
The essence of the aesthetical education of a child from the perspective of modern psychology
... imprescriptible part of educational system in the conditions of modern culture. Special attention is given to the methodological problem of understanding the category of the “aesthetic” in the context of practical work on early aesthetic development in modern art education.
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The 3rd international workshop Folk Culture and Orthodoxy at IKBFU
This article offers a review of the International workshop ‘Folk Culture and Orthodoxy: Literature, History, Arts’, which took place at IKBFU in the framework of the 2013 Research Summer School in Philology. The author presents the topics and problem fields of open lectures delivered in the course of the workshop and analyses the positions of the participants ...
Ekphrasis as a structural element of the world of art and a marker of modern society’s attitude to it in the novel by D. Tartt «Goldfinch»
... Goldfinch», its plot and images of characters. The paper proves that ekphrasis helps the writer to describe the important tendencies of the existence of culture in the contemporary society. Existential motifs connected with the meeting of characters with the art treasures are also analyzed.
1. Анцыферова О. Ю. «Южный миф» и роман Донны Тартт «Маленький друг» // Филология и культура. 2015. № 2. С. 165—170.
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At the edge of romanticism or beyond it? E. T. A. Hoffmann and the nature of art in Kant's aesthetics
This article undertakes to prove that I. Kant's dualism underlay the artistic two-world system of E. T. A. Hoffmann, who opposed the philosophical monism of romanticists. Under the influence of Kant's aesthetics and philosophy of art, E. T. A. Hoffmann's works develop a tendency towards exceeding the limits of traditional stylistic forms, which leads to a free interaction of different stylistic devices in the best of his works.
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The apologia of reason in J. Chr. Gottsched’s classicistic system: On the 250th anniversary of the philosopher’s death
... the tradition of ontological theory of language in the context of modern hermeneutic research.
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The development of legal framework for Russia-EU relations: 2010 results
... dekabrja 2009 g. № 380-FZ [Amendments to the Code of Administrative Offenders-sheniyah: Federal Law of December 28, 2009 № 380-FZ], Sobranie zakonodatel’stva Rossiyskoy Federatsii [Collected Legislation of the Russian Federation], 2010, no. 1, art. 6.
20. O protivodejstvii nepravomernomu ispol'zovaniju insajderskoj in-formacii i manipulirovaniju rynkom i o vnesenii izmenenij v otdel'nye zakonodatel'nye akty Rossijskoj Federacii: federal'nyj zakon ot 27 ijulja 2010 № 224-FZ [On combating misuse ...
Art as a means of developing professionally important qualities among the psychology students
... socio-historical context. The author provides the results of theoretical and empirical research, conducted in this field by both Russian and international scholars. Besides the traditional university format of teaching, the author suggests resorting to art for the development of professionally important qualities and considers the educational potential of literature and music for the development of emotional intelligence and other qualities necessary for a professional psychologist.
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Lessing’s Hamburg Dramaturgy in the “codes of hope” discourse of the Enlightenment
... morality” in Hamburg. In the 18th century, Hamburg was considered a stronghold of freedom in the opposition between the two forms of being — the feudal and burgher’s ones — having become a capital of the new system of values. Philosophy and arts served as a means in this struggle against dogmatism and feudal absolutism. In this atmosphere, a newconceptual culture emerged. This culture, warmly welcomed by the society, rested on reason, virtue, justice, and tolerance, which reflected the common ...
The Late Poetry of A. Bashlachev: Changes in Performance and New Meanings
This article investigates variations in a synthetic text manifested in word, sound, and performance. Based on earlier literary studies of the synthetic art phenomenon and its relevant methods, the authors set a theoretical and analytical framework for this research. The object of the study is verbal and musical subtexts, each performing a meaning-construction function. The difference between the performed ...
Kant’s fundamental idea of state and law in Pushkin’s Boris Godunov
... literary and aesthetic styles, which interchange and establish a canon of a new style that transforms its predecessors in an act of creativity, appeared in Russian culture. Boris Godunov marked the birth of an individual author’s style in Russian art. A unique literary world — the world of Pushkin — manifested itself in a work of art. This article sets out to prove the influence of Kant’s philosophical and legal ideas on A. S. Pushkin during the poet’s work on Boris Godunov. Kant’s thought ...
Kaliningrad archives materials and studies: Sat. Art. / Ed. V. Maslov.
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‘Reaching out’ beyond the text: philosophical notes
... text in linguistics, philology and other human sciences. An attempt at philosophical analysis. In: M. Bakhtin, ed. Literaturno-kriticheskie stat’i [Literary critical articles]. Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literaturа (in Russ.).
Bakhtin, M., 1994. Art and responsibility; To the philosophy of action; Author and hero in aesthetic activity; The problem of content, material and form in verbal art. In: M. Bakhtin, ed. Estetika slovesnogo tvorchestva [The aesthetics of verbal creation]. Kiev: Next ...
A. Schopenhauer and I. Kant in A. A. Fet’s philosophical and political worldview
... and his literary environment], 2008—2011, Moscow. <br />10. Fet, A. A. 1982, O stihotvorenijah F. Tjutcheva [About the poems Tyutchev]. In: Sochinenija [Oeuvre], Т. 2, Rasskazy. O pojezii i iskusstve. Pis'ma [Stories. About the poetry and art. Letters]. <br />11. Fet, A. A. 1982, Po povodu statui g. Ivanova na vystavke obshhestva ljubitelej hudozhestv about the statues on display in Ivanovo Art Lovers Society, In: Sochinenija [Oeuvre], Т. 2, Rasskazy. O pojezii i iskusstve. Pis'ma ...
The international research conference Spiritual Fundamentals in Russian literature, History, and Art: Dedicated to the 700th Anniversary of the Birth of Sergius of Radonezh (Kaliningrad, October 1-4, 2014)
Russia and the way out of the civilizational crisis: N. A. Berdyayev’s historiosophy and aesthetics
Berdayev’s works The New Middle Ages, The Meaning of History, The Crisis of Art help reveal the essence of the eschatological consciousness of the 20th century. The principal feature of New Middle Ages in European culture is proved to be the polarization of consciousness, which is most vividly manifested, according to Berdyaev,...
Problems and prospects of EU — Russia dialogue on visa-free travel
... Federaciju» [The Federal Law of 15.08.1996 N 114-FZ "On the Procedure for Exit from the Russian Federation and Entry into the Russian Federation"], 1996, Sobranie zakonodatel'stva RF [Collection of Laws of the Russian Federation], no. 34, Art. 4029, 19.08.1996.
21. Nalichie bezvizovogo rezhima pri vezde v inostrannye gosudarstva dlja grazhdan Rossijskoj Federacii, javljajushhihsja vladel'cami diplomatiche-skih, sluzhebnyh i obshhegrazhdanskih pasportov [The presence of a visa-free regime ...
The "aesthetic turn": from Kant and romanticism to modern philosophy
This article is devoted to the origins of the "aesthetic turn" in contemporary philosophy and the increasing importance of aesthetic categories and art experience for contemporary theories. Kant’s aesthetics, concepts of beauty, the sublime, genius, as well as various aspects of their interpretation within the romantic doctrine of "new mythology" and aestheticisation of life, the discovery ...
Was there ever realism? On the periodisation of Western European literature
... realism and Flaubert objected to being called a realist. The author emphasizes the diversity of schools, trends, and literary techniques in the European literature of the second part of the 19th century.
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2. Solov'eva, N. A., Golovenchenko, A. F., Petrash E. G., eds., 1990. Zarubezhnaya literatura XIX veka. Realizm. Khrestomatiya istoriko-literaturnykh materialov [Foreign literature of the twentieth century. Realism. Chrestomathy of historical-literary ...
Eduard Bschoff’s murals in Insterburg's Stadthalle (1936—1939)
The article gives an overview of German fine arts of the late 1930s as exemplified by the murals painted by a professor of the Königsberg Academy of Arts Eduard Bischoff in the East Prussian town of Insterburg. The themese of monumental paintings created a national socialism are considered in the ...
The Intercessor Type of Marian Iconography: Icons from the Kaliningrad Regional Museum of History and Art
... the image in more recently painted icons, the author produces its first full description and introduces the 19th-century icon ‘Mother of God the Intercessor of the Deesis row’ from the collection of the Kaliningrad Regional Museum of History and Art. The results of the analysis suggest that the Intercessor type of Marian iconography is characterised by a full- or half-length image, showing Virgin Mary from a distance. She is painted without the Child and holding a scroll. The text on the scroll ...
The mythical-historical images of Bruno Schulz’s ‘Spring’ in the context of Kafka’s mythologism
Myths and history are different but related forms of consciousness. They date back to the archaic and new periods of world history. New forms of synthesis between history and myths translated in the ‘mythical-historical imagery’ of the 20th-century art. For the first time in the history of world culture, modernism has created a synthesis between the seemingly divergent elements — history and myths. This article analyses Schulz’s short story ‘Spring’ in the context of Franz Kafka’s mythological ...
Regional history at the Kaliningrad Museum of History and Art (1946–1991)
Relying on previously unexamined archival documents and regional press materials, I consider the creation and later transformations of the historical exposition at the Kaliningrad Regional Museum of History and Art. Analysis of exhibition boards dedicated to the past of the region reveals the political and ideological context in which local museums developed. Moreover, it renders it possible to describe the politics of memory pursued by the local authorities ...
Discursive and media borders of criticism in arts (based on written materials in German)
... stylistic differentiation of media texts. The media culture of new generation is faced with the problem of studying the discursive characteristics of criticism of modern media genres. The analysed examples of criticism from German press focusing on arts and culture make it possible to reveal certain trends in the media perception in the early 21st century
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Measuring performance of cultural organizations on the data of the envelopment analysis
... approach to evaluate the relative efficiency of museums // Journal of cultural economics. 2004. Vol. 28, № 3. P. 195—216.
11. Castro M. F., Rizzo I. Performance measurement of heritage conservation activity in Sicily // International journal of arts management. 2009. Vol. 11, № 2. P. 29—41.
12. Del Barrio M. J., Herrero L. C. Evaluating the efficiency of museums using multiple outputs: evidence from a regional system of museums in Spain // International journal of cultural policy. 2014. ...
Pushkin as a personal myth of the Russian avantgarde
... Russian avant-garde proves that, from its earliest stages the creative system has been constructing its own Pushkin myth, within which the poet has the role of both an object of cultural overcoming and the reference point for the development of a new art. Through negation, the avant-garde strives to ‘discharge’ Pushkin and to show his strangeness to classical cultural models. By making the poet its own, the avant-garde uses him to secure its position in the literary field. Another focus of the ...
The application of the Web 2.0 technology as a tool of developing informal media education
... (дата обращения: 19.04.2013).
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17. Park Y., Heo G. M., Lee R. Blogging for Informal Learning: Analyzing Bloggers' Perceptions Using Learning Perspective // Educational Technology & Society. 2011. № 14 (2). Р. 149—160.
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‘The Word, an Ulcer…’: Aleksey Chicherin’s semiotic utopia
In this article, we analyse the semiotic concept of art created by the constructivist poet Aleksey Chicherin, as presented in his treatise Kan-Fun. We establish the connection between Chicherin’s concept of the ‘sign of Poetry’, on the one hand, and the theoretical research of the early Russian avant-garde ...
Aesthetics in the system of Paul Natorp’s philosophy
... aesthetics in the system of his philosophy and identifies the legitimate position of aesthetics in the structure of philosophical disciplines: logic, ethics, and philosophy of religion. The author analyses the understanding of aesthetics and philosophyof arts and creative works in line with the Neo-Kantian tradition. The article focuses on the thinker’s contribution to the philosophy of the Marburg School and the justification of idealism. Philosophical aesthetics serves as a science and a link between ...
International education fora as a factor for strengthening global cooperation in the Humanities
... rectors of universities and faculties of Humanities. Such fora are regarded as an innovative form of inter-university cooperation, which opens new prospects and opportunities for cooperation in education, science and culture.
forum, arts education, educational programs, scientific and educational cooperation, innovation, inter-university cooperation
Textual, moral and psychological voices of translation
... multivocality and ethical questions related to agency, ideology and power in translation and interpreting. The first part of this article defines two essential concepts related to voice in translation — voice and text — and describes the state of the art of research in this field. The second part aims to deepen the discussion on voice in translation studies by introducing the notion of the voice of conscience from philosophy and political science and the notion of inner voices from psychology....