Legal Consciousness at the Early Stage of Personality Development from the Perspective of Russian Neo-Kantian Philosophy of Pedagogy
... consciousness in children. Unlike Hessen, who insists that anomie is innate in early childhood, since children of that age are unfamiliar with ethical categories, Rubinstein introduces the concept of “legal psychology,” which contains the germs of legal consciousness.
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Legal consciousness in the context of culture
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legal consciousness, culture, function, idea, humanocentrism, sociocentrism.
Action-thoughts and the genesis of time in linguistic semiosis
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The apologia of reason in J. Chr. Gottsched’s classicistic system: On the 250th anniversary of the philosopher’s death
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Cultural Islam in Northern Europe
... countries where Muslims predominate) is the relevant isolatedness of those groups and their commitment to the Ummah. The novelty of research into how Islam and culture interact within those groups is closely associated with the goal of establishing whether cultural Islam is viable as a phenomenon of collective consciousness and whether it meets the following requirements: 1) satisfying the essential need for preserving the tradition and 2) ensuring flexible adaptation to a foreign cultural context. Our analysis of the data obtained has led us to conclude that ...
Cultural identity: On the definition of the concept
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collective cultural identity, consciousness, individual cultural identity, identity, modality.
Alchemic symbols as a means of psychoanalytical description in N. Kononov's story «Source of Injury»
... subconscious. The narrator and his character play the role of the conscious part of the psyche abiding behind the momentary consciousness. Although the narrative is evidently about a mental illness, a split personality in the state of psychosis, it ... ... In: S. V. Pakhomov, ed. Filosofiya, religiya i kul'tura stran Vostoka: mater. nauch. konf. [Philosophy, Religion, and Culture of Eastern Countries: Conference Proceedings]. St. Petersburg, 7—10 February 2007. St. Petersburg: Izd-vo S.-Peterb....
Time in Sergey Trubetskoy’s and Boris Chicherin’s metaphysical concepts: A discussion on Kant
... of the interaction between thinking and being.
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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, in the structure of Russian soul (the apocalyptic and nihilistic type), as well as the divergent trends of contemporary art (synthetism and analytism).
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Personality in a multicultural world
The article considers problems faced by the individual as the bearer of social and cultural patterns. The article focusses on the issues of the conscious formation of tolerance and interconnections between understanding and the individual’s adaptation to reality. General knowledge, reflection, the extension of meaning, self-esteem, a system of values, logic and cognition form the basis of understanding....
The transfer of the ownership of the objects of cultural heritage of the Kaliningrad region to the Russian Orthodox Church: the social and cultural aspects of the conflict
This article focuses on the factors having influenced the formation of the conscious attitude to the past of the Kaliningrad region in the local residents. The author shows that a special regional identity, which developed in the interaction with the unique cultural environment, requires a public discussion as decisions concerning the transfer of the ownership of cultural and historical objects to a religious organisation are made.
Karpenko A. M.
regional identity, Kaliningrad, collective memory, civil ...
Language as mimesis (lyric poetry in H.-G. Gadamer’s herm¬e¬neutics)
... Preodolenie esteticheskogo soznaniya i germenevticheskaya istina iskusstva [Gadamer’s aesthetics. The Overcoming of Aesthetic Consciousness and the Hermeneutical Truth of Art]. Sociologia, 4, 2010, p. 19- 30.10. Kant, I. ed. 1994, Kritika sposobnosti sujdenia ... ... osnovaniya protsessa estetizatsii v sovremennoi kulture [Philosophy of Kant and basis for the aesthetisation process in modern culture]. Kantovskyi sbornik, 2012, 1(39), p. 45—54.13. Patlach, A.I. 2011, Philosophia yazyka H.-G. Gadamera, dissertatia [Philosophy ...
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.... ... cosmogonic ideas of the 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 ...
The development of international contact culture as a value aspect of educational reality
This article is dedicated to the topical issue of development of international contact culture. The main feature of the article is the emphasis on the need to develop etnocultural tolerance as a value cornerstone of the consciousness of nations and to implement it within the framework of traditional pedagogical methods and techniques.
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Развитие культуры межнациональных отношений ...
Miracle-working plants: Slavic parallels
This article presents an ethnolinguistic study. The magic properties of certain herbs – as seen in the cultural traditions of South, East, and West Slavs – are described in a comparative aspect. The author also examines different ... ... concluded that the magic properties of herbs are determined by their connection to the chthonic kingdom and the other world in folk consciousness.
ethnolinguistics, South Slavs, East Slavs, West Slavs, traditional beliefs, supernatural fairy tales (bylichkas),...
The image of F. Nietzsche in the Vozrozhdeniye émigré newspaper
This article considers the cultural background to the perception of F. Nietzsche’s philosophy in Russia and the philosopher’s influence on the consciousness of Russian emigration. The author stresses the value of periodicals as a source for historical and philosophical studies and addresses the heuristic aspects of publications in periodicals. A general methodological framework for using such ...
Aesthetics in the system of Paul Natorp’s philosophy
... intuition back to aesthetics thus linking its significance to the field of the individual, inimitable, and singular manifestation of thecreative spirit. He sees the completion of Kant’s critical philosophy in the psychological bases of subjectivity of consciousness aimed at understanding the patterns of the scientific, moral, and artistic cognition. In the context of history of transcendentalism, art is perceived as a form of spiritualcreativity that is subject to its own generating laws of cultural creation. It is emphasised that, in P. Natorp’s system, the aesthetic has its own creative dynamics based on the feelings of the individual immediately connected with the aesthetic experience: it is only in the field of the aesthetic that individuality ...
Poetry as a space for cognitive research: Czesław Miłosz and Howard Nemerov
... not represented in the world itself.
Finally, the author considers the value of Miłosz and Nemerov’s texts for modern culture and states that they are illustrations for cognitive research, generators of scientific ideas and they create the marginal ... ... Brown K. The Measured Word: On Poetry and Science. Georgia, 2001.
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‘Back to Kant’ or ‘Back to Leibnitz’? A critical view from the history of Russian metaphysical personalism
... its mere possibility but rather it is perceived as a combination of consciousness (Bewusstsein), knowledge (Erkenntnis), the consciousness of God (Gottesbewusstsein), faith, and free will. Thus, Russian neo-Leibnizians represented their epistemology as ... ... russkoe: mezhdu teoriey poznaniya i kritikoy kultury [Russian and German Neokantianism: between theory of knowledge and critics of culture] Moscow. p. 66—85.
12. Dlugach T. B. 2002. Problema bytiya v nemetskoy filosofii i sovremennost [Problem of Being in ...
The concept “people” in A. S. Shishkov’s manifestoes in the discourse of the Patriotic War of 1812
The Patriotic War of 1812 is an event that influenced the formation of the Russian national consciousness. At that time, imperial and class identities coexisted. With the de facto ban on discussing the idea of a civil nation, Russian intellectuals focused on the cultural and linguistic components of nationalism. The aim of this study was to identify the content of the concept of ‘people’ in the manifestoes by Shishkov. These texts expressed the official position of the supreme authority on national unity....
The phenomenon of Napoleon in the German spirit of Napoleon’s age
This article considers judgements about Napoleon in the culture of German pre-romanticism as signs of literary diagnostics indicative of the contradictory dialectics of artistic consciousness in distinguishing the “codes” of life and death in arts. The completely opposite assessment of Napoleon in the history of German romanticism identifies the problem of a human being as a “field of fate” — a site of the battle between ...
On the problem of cultural reference of proverbs (the Russian proverbs with images of clothing)
... such images serve as condensers of the established etiquette, ethical, social, and other judgements. A cultural and linguistic analysis reveals cultural and linguistic limitations on the variability of clothing items in proverbs. The author describes cultural constants captured in the names of clothing items used in proverbs. Such constants are defined as essential for understanding the Russian mentality.
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Mapping Poetic Bilingualism in Europe: Language Contacts and Cultural Transfers
... are moving from one country to another throughout their literary career. Existing in two or more cultural and/or linguistic spaces at the same time and thus making transfers across the boundaries of different languages easier, more efficient, and more conscious, multilingual poets serve as exemplary agents of cultural transfer. This study analyses different cases of poetic multilingualism where poets who can speak and write freely in two or more languages and intentionally create either variants of the same text in two languages or different poems in two separate ...
On the problem of semiosis in the borrowed sign
... on"creativity"as an Anglo-American borrowing. Reversive nature of semiotic process, typical for interpretation of borrowed words — from sign to it’s meaning, from signifiant to signifie is shown. Different ways of assimilation of "alien" cultural experience in the consciousness of a target language are described.
1. Аристова В. М. Морфологическая структура английских слов в русском языке // Англо-русские языковые контакты....
National conceptual picture of the world and the political nation
... коммуникация : учеб. пособие. Н. Новгород, 2001.
12. Сорокин Ю. Переводоведение: статус переводчика и психогерменевтические процессы. М., 2003.
synergy, cultural consciousness, mentality, national conceptual picture of the world, intercultural communication, political nation, cultural constants
Zusman V.G, Kernoze Z.
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 oeuvre — ‘The Great Wall of China’ ...
Regional politics of memory in Poland’s Warmia and Masuria
... post-war years, the regional authorities sought to make the Polonocentric concept of the region’s history dominate the collective consciousness. This approach helped to use the postwar legacy impartially and effectively. However, the image of the past was ... ... cooperation.
Kostyashov Yu. V., Sergeev V. V.
politics of memory, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, Poland, historical and cultural heritage, open regionalism
The traditions of Russian and European perception of the state frontier in the conditions of transborder regional cooperation
The article focuses on the state frontier in European and Russian political cultures as a major instrument for developing trans-border regional cooperation. The term ‘state frontier’ is defined through ... ... experience, geopolitical position, national psychology and some other factors shape common perceptions of the state frontier in mass consciousness, which can vary from country to country. The state frontier is a key imperative of trans-border regional cooperation....
The problem of meaning in Social Semiotics: deep semiotics as a conceptual extension of Social Semiotics
Semiotic systems are closely associated with social practices, within which the former record, store, and disseminate social experience. These systems affect the human consciousness to change the semantic picture of the world, behaviour, and the way one perceives reality. Almost all cultural artefacts perform the function of a sign. As a semiotic system develops special signs emerge to replace the artefacts by denoting them. Iconic signs are based upon resemblance, index signs upon a causal relationship, and symbols on social conventions....
The house in the plot structure of A. I. Podolinsky’s poem “Borsky”
The plot structure of the poem by a Russian author of the Pushkin era A. Podolinsi is characterised in comparison with the context of Russian Romanti-cism and the conceptual constants of Russian cultural consciousness. The au-thor identifies the function of the image of house in the poetic body of the poem. The ‘house’ is analysed as an element of the literary space and as a topos with symbolical and mythological connotations.
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The functioning of the vladyka lexeme in the Ostromir Gospels of 1056—1057
... matching Greek lexemes were selected, and the effect of semantic inconsistencies on the formation of the idea of the ruler in the consciousness of Slavs. The study employs the methods of etymological, lexicographical, lexical-semantic analysis, as well as ... ... Bog v russkoi i frantsuzskoi lingvokul'turakh) [Semantic features of vocabulary associated with the designation of objects of cultural symbolism (on the example of the symbol of God in Russian and French linguocultures)]. Cand. philol. sci. diss. thesis....
Social identity in the conditions of cultural diversity: A search or imposition? (the case of the Kaliningrad region)
... imposing a model of normativity and social identity marked as one characteristic of the “overwhelming majority” of citizens, “traditional” for the Russian society, and morally true, but nevertheless contradicting the actual state of the public consciousness of a multicultural society.
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Kant and the Constitution of Russian Federation
... modern Russian conditions: the principle of developing a moral (rather than competent) personality and the principle of population preservation. A necessary condition for the effectiveness of constitutional provisions is an increase in the moral and cultural level, which can be facilitated by examples of moral conduct shown by the authorities and changes in the educational policy. Thus, at the moment, the moral state of society — the moral climate and imperatives of public consciousness that largely affect the formation of personal morality — seems to be more important than a legal reform. Another important public strategy is orientation towards developing a selfreliant and moral personality, i. e. humanitarisation rather ...
«Nomen est omen»: the role of names in the novel Parade by Nikolay Kononov
... technique: anagramming (in some cases with a transition from one language to another) allows the author to identify hidden meanings consciously or subconsciously used by the writer. N. Kononov resorts to language game throughout his novel and shows the connection ... ... Moscow (in Russ.).
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N. Kononov, language game, anagrammatic code, semiotic ...
Kant’s fundamental idea of state and law in Pushkin’s Boris Godunov
... 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 ... ... mission of the educated class is to make the people aware of its powers and educate it. Law cannot exist beyond the people’s consciousness — everything else is despotism and a tyranny.
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Donelaitis and Kant: to the issue of the hermeneutic of survival in the era of the “mystery of iniquity”
... chronosoteriological concepts in the context of modern global threats. Both Donelaitis — rightfully considered the founder of Lithuanian culture — and Kant studied at Albertina: Donelaitis from 1736 and Kant from 1740. This was the era of pietism. However, in Königsberg ... .... Wiesbaden, 1959, Frankfurt am Main, 1965—1979.
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time, consciousness, chronosoteriology, temporology, hermeneutic circle, pietism, anthropology, eschatology, freedom
Communication of Covid-19 consequences in the Baltic States inforsphere
... builds up an objective view of the situation and demonstrates how the pandemic and its consequences are represented in public consciousness given a certain pragmatic goal. The pandemic is a new type of threat; its consequences demonstrate a tendency towards ... ...
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Analytic philosophy: a historico-critical survey
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The concept “people” in the modern European political thought: Hobbes, Spinoza, Pufendorf
... of Thomas Hobbes, Samuel Pufendorf and Benedict Spinoza. The political thought of Europe in the 17th century demonstrates a conscious turn from the medieval scholastic tradition of thinking about people and power. Politics begins to be thought of as ... ... Q., 2018. From Humanism to Hobbes : Studies in Rhetoric and Politics. Cambridge University Press.
Smith, A. D., 2008. The Cultural Foundations of Nations: Hierarchy, Covenant, and Republic. Oxford: Blackwell.
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Paul Natorp’s social pedagogic theory and it’s relevance to modern russian education
... center of his pedagogy Natorp places the concept of “will”. It is directly connected to the three levels of activity of consciousness which are associated with the three stages of education — family education, school and stage of free adult self-education.... ... russkoe: mezhdu teoriej poznaniya i kritikoj kul'tury [Russian and German Neo-Kantianism: between theory of knowledge and critic of culture], Moscow, p. 400—413.
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The facets of German mentality and the search for a national identity in Germany’s sociocultural context at the turn of the century
... of the century in the sociocultural context. To this end, the authors conduct a diachronic analysis of the national literary consciousness. The article identifies the psychological, sociocultural, political, and ideological causes of ambivalence in the ... ... deutschen Literatur // Deutschlehrertag der Académie Montpellier am 20. Januar 2010. S. 12—13.
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The concepts of citizenship and estate in Russian history — continuity and / or intermittence
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Marasinova, E., 2017. “Zakon” ... ... obshchestvennogo soznaniya [“Law” and “citizen” in Russia in the first half of the 18th century. Essays on the history of public consciousness]. Moscow (in Russ.).
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Kant on evil in the human nature
... beings. First, the article addresses the “predispositions to the good”, which describes a human being as a natural being, cultural being, and a personality. In this connection, different types of reason identified by Kant are stressed and the features ... ... Moskovskij filosofskij fond, Nauka, 1994—2006, T. 3.4. Lopatin, L.M. 1890, Nravstvennoe uchenie Kanta [Theoretical basis of conscious moral life] In: Voprosy filosofii i psihologii [Problems of Philosophy and Psychology], God pervyj, Kn. 4, S. 65—82....
From Marburg to Odessa: A contribution to a scientific bio-graphy of S. L. Rubinstein
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