The Problem of the Relationship between Apperception, Self-Consciousness and Consciousness in Kant’s Critical Philosophy
... faculties and to establish their inter-relationship. To this end the author analyses the functional roles of consciousness, self-consciousness and apperception in solving the main tasks of the first Critique. It turns out that consciousness is a reflexive cognitive capacity which provides access to representations in our soul and allows us to distinguish them and to connect them. Self-consciousness is the mode of the functioning of consciousness which makes it possible to study three objects of consciousness: ...
Action-thoughts and the genesis of time in linguistic semiosis
The genesis of time is explained in the spirit of constructivism combined with the activity approach to 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 ...
Patterns and principles of formation a cognitive self-appraisal in primary school students
This article considers the patterns and principles of formation of cognitive self-appraisal in primary school students identified on the basis of analysisng the laws of dialectics and scientific literature.
Философия образования для XXI века. (В ...
Kant über Sein und Zeit und Denken und Sein. Selbsterkenntnis durch Selbstaffektion
... identifies him-/herself — at the same time — with the subject logically structuring this act as well as with the subject intuiting the successively existing subject of this judging act, and 4. recognises him-/herself as identical in these two different cognitive roles. By this very analysis Kant shows that the eminent micro-judgement-act “I think” has the complex, though paradigmatic substructure of each human subject recognising his/her identity as thinking / judging and temporally existing while ...
“The Turn towards Ontology” in Russian Neo-Kantianism in the Late 1910s and Early 1920s (Lev Salagov and Nikolai Boldyrev)
... Neo-Kantians Lev Salagov and Nikolai Boldyrev. Their philosophical concepts share the tendency to transpose epistemological problems to ontology, and to identify and bring closer together epistemology and ontology. Russian philosophers ontologise the theory of cognition through the analysis of subjectivity, the complete elimination of psychological motives and the separation of transcendentalism from transcendentism. These principles enable Salagov to ground a three-part structure of cognition (consciousness,...
Cognitive and speech characteristics of an author of a mnemonic text
The focus of the article is on various aspects of the creative identity of an author of a mnemonic text represented by the concept of cognitive and communicative subject. The features of the author’s cognitive, communicative, discursive, and linguistic identities are described and the ways of their representation are shown in the case of the memoirs of the Lithuanian writer B. Sruoga ...
Translation of new sociological terminology: challenges and solutions
... languages, the degree of their conventionality in the scientific thesaurus of multilingual sociological schools and the possibility of an adequate transfer of terminological meaning from English into Russian. The authors view the sociological term as a cognitive, linguistic and cultural phenomenon, and study its synchronic and diachronic variability. The article is an attempt to illuminate the problem from a purely linguistic and translation point of view and to point out the need for combining ...
A. A. Fet as a theoretical and practical adherent of pure art¬ and the prob-lem of the nature of poetry
... Kalinnikov, L. A. 2010, Princip obosoblenija kak princip poznanija i ritoriki [The principle of separation as the principle of knowledge and rhetoric]. In: Bryushinkin, V.N. (ed.), Modeli rassuzhdenij — 3. Kognitivnyj podhod [Models of reasoning — 3. The cognitive approach], Kaliningrad. 3. Kant, I. 1965, Kritika sposobnosti suzhdenija [Critique of Judgment]. In: I. Kant. Sobranie Sochineniy v 6 t. [Works in 6 volumes]. Mysl' [Thought], Moscow. T. 3.4. Kant, I. 1964. Kritika chistogo razuma [Critique ...
The Paradox of Kant’s Transcendental Subject in German Philosophy in the Late Eighteenth Century
... to question since it arises from the very essence of critical philosophy, the fundamental status of the subject is sometimes questioned in this period. Although the meaning of the concept of transcendental subject seems obvious today (the subject of cognition, bearer of transcendental conditions of experience) it lends itself to various interpretations in the late eighteenth century. To achieve my goal I have undertaken a textological analysis of the works of the earliest opponents and followers ...
Kant versus Vladimir Solovyov: gnosiology with reflection and without it
This article seeks to compare Immanuel Kant's and Vladimir Solovyov's gnosiologies. The comparison is based on the philosophers' attitude to reflection — a basic cognitive mechanism. If, according to Kant, the 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 ...
Modern educational technologies in the development of cognitive independence of technical and humanities students
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Kochanovskaya Ye. V., Zhadobko Ye. B.
cognitive independence, competence, interactive, computer, testing, presentation, Kaliningrad State Technical University.
A poetic function in an expanding context: title — monoverse — polytext (on the example of Ivan Zhdanov's poetry)
... Columbus, Ohio, pp. 348—378. (in Russ.).
Zubova, L. V., 2012. Möbius strip in modern poetry: images, stories, structures. In Yu. I. Aleksandrov ed. Pyataya mezhdunarodnaya konferentsiya po kognitivnoi nauke [The Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Science], 1, Kaliningrad, pp. 385—386 (in Russ.).
poetic function, equivalence, selection and combination, monoverse, heading-finals complex, boundaries of text unity
Severskaya O. I.
Die Einbildungskraft als Gegenstand fachübergreifender Diskurse im 18. Jahrhundert (Rev.: R. Meer, G. Motta und G. Stiening, Hg., Konzepte der Einbildungskraft in der Philosophie, den Wissenschaften und den Künsten des 18. Jahrhunderts: Festschrift zum 65
... unterschiedlicher Richtungen von großem Interesse.
Altschuler, S., 2018. The Medical Imagination. Literature and Health in the Early United States. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania University Press.
Buchenau, S. and Lo Presti, R., eds. 2017. Human and Animal Cognition in Early Modern Philosophy and Medicine. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.
Costelloe, T., 2018. The Imagination in Hume’s Philosophy: The Canvas of the Mind. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Fliethmann, A., 2019. Gefährdet ...
The Place of Hermann Cohen’s Ideas in the Philosophy of Dialogue
... not in isolation, but as an important component of his entire philosophical system. Deduction of the concept of personality in Ethics of Pure Will is based on Cohen’s logic of the origin expounded in the first part of his system in The Logic of Pure Cognition. Cohen explains that the origin of the self-consciousness of I as a personality is not the external world, but another person, i.e. Thou. In turn, the partnership relationships between I and Thou create the community We which forms the basis ...
The Concepts of “Appearance” and “Phenomenon” in Transcendental Philosophy (Kant, Husserl, Fink)
... existence of objects. Appearance, understood through the prism of the human being which perceives something as Vorschein, implies an inherently open world. Following Fink, I analyse these provisions and examine, first, light as the metaphysical source of cognition, second, the human being as a special kind of being, third, the pre-Socratic treatment of being and, fourth, the formation of a distinct phenomenological idiom. I come to the conclusion that the metaphysical-ontological method of phenomenological ...
OPOIAZ and Bakhtin: the Decision Science’s perspective
..., Tynyanov, Yu., 1977. Problems of studying literature and language. In: Yu. Tynyanov, ed. Poetika, istoriya, literatury, kino [Poetics, history, literature, cinema]. Moscow: Nauka. pp. 282—283 (in Russ.).
Apperly, I., 2011. Mindreaders: The Cognitive Basis of “Theory of Mind”. Hove: Psychology Press.
Corrigan, Yu., 2017. Dostoevsky and the Riddle of the Self. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.
Emerson, C., 2005. Shklovsky’s ostranenie, Bakhtin’s vnenakhodimost’: How ...
Discursive practices of the Russian diaspora in Estonia: language contacts
... Specificity of discursive practices in the situation of language contacts. In: Ezhegodnik finno-ugorskikh issledovanii [Yearbook of Finno-Ugrian Studies]. Vol. 2. Izhevsk, pp. 29-40 (in Russ.).
Kostandi, E.I., 2016a. Typical text of the diaspora: the cognitive aspect. In: Rusistika i sovremennost' [Russian Studies and Modernity]. Riga, pp. 273-280 (in Russ.).
Kostandi, E.I., 2016б. Metalanguage discourse of the diaspora: invariant and variants. In: W poszukiwaniu tożsamości językowej. Vol. I....
The metaphysics of science
... anti-metaphysic and positivistic. However, all forms of empiricism and positivism lead to a negation of philosophy, replacing it with logical, methodological, historical, sociological, psychological, cultural, and other studies. In effect, philosophy is the cognition of the absolute universal in both theoretical (the true being) and practical (the supreme good) terms. ‘Transcendental’ philosophy was conceived as a project to redeem philosophy in the era of burgeoning precise empirical natural science ...
The Text and Discourse in the Light of Communicative Meaning Formation
... language model. The communicative (dynamic) model postulates the following: 1) the text is a sequence of verbal elements of communicative actions; 2) the verbal manifestation of an utterance differs fundamentally from a communicative action; 3) the cognitive condition of the author of an action imposes a limit on meaning formation within the action and within the corresponding sentence of a text; 4) communicative meaning formation implies that the author sees sense in the procedure of communication ...
Rhythm and Metaphor in the Art of the Icon
... Church Fathers. However, the practical realisation of this image would have been impossible without the conscious creative contribution of the artist. Icon painters never perceived iconography as a dogmatic prescription. Iconography played the role of a cognitive scheme steering artists’ creative ideas. Creating visual metaphors required the development of rhythmic symmetry, based on linear repetitions and figurative semblances of elements. This principle of iconography is clearly seen in Russian icon ...
Cultural identity: On the definition of the concept
This article provides a detailed definition of cultural identity – a modality and an essential component of identity and its types. To this end, the study differentiates between the notions of individual and collective cultural identities as phenomena of individual and collective consciousness. Such definitions shape the trajectories of research into identity as an interdisciplinary category within the cognitive-discursive paradigm of modern linguistics.
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Introduction of Competence Approach and Optimization of Education Process in Professional Education Manager Training
... играх, хозяйственных ситуациях, задачах и тестах: учебное пособие. М.: ИНФРА-М, 1998. 367 с.
Аndinsh B., Timofeyeva V.
competence approach, self-realisation, generation of students’ cognitive interest, patriotic training, attractiveness of professional education.
Language as a system of world outlook in A. Losev’s conception
... put forward by A. Losev in his earlier works “Philosophy of Name” and “Thing of Name” and those of the later period. Many of his theoretical postulates advanced as early as at the beginning of the 1930s have much in common with the ideas of cognitive linguistics developed in the XX—XXI cc.
Наносмыслы лексических структур // Русское слово в мировой культуре. СПб., 2003. С. 226—232....