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 ...
Associative-semantic network principle of human mental thesaurus organization
Present paper is an endeavor to analyze the outcomes of the celebrated experiment Violin, expressing the structure of associative-semantic links in human brain. Based upon evidence gained from objective neurophysiological methods, certain dictionary articles of the Associative Thesaurus of the Russian Language have thus ...
Practical classes in mathematics as a means to develop the research competence in students of technical universities
... article is devoted to the formation of research competence in technical university students in accordance with the requirements of relevant federal state educational standards. The authors focus on the preparedness of future engineers to conduct technical experiments, whose important component is the mathematical processing of experimental data and performance of simulation experiments. It is proposed to develop such skills during practical classes in mathematics considered as a means to develop research ...
‘Back to Kant’ or ‘Back to Leibnitz’? A critical view from the history of Russian metaphysical personalism
... ‘late and mature phase’ of German idealism (A. Trendelenburg, R. G. Lotze, and G. Teichmüller). A historical and theoretical analysis of the neo-Kantian and neo-Leibnizian ideas helps to identify the similarities (criticism and the belief in ‘pure experience’ as the basis of science) and differences between the two concepts (the interpretation of ‘pure experience’ as personal and individual vs the propensity to ‘formalise’ and ‘objectify’ it). It is shown that neo-Leibnizian epistemology ...
Sensitivity to cultural differences in students with different cross-cultural experience
... justification of the problem of intercultural sensitivity and analyses Russian and international approaches to studying the phenomena. The author presents the results of an empirical study into the in-tercultural sensitivity of students with different experiences of interacting with representatives of other cultures and ethnic groups. It is shown that a higher intercultural sensitivity is characteristic of students with a more than 10 years’ experience in cross-cultural interactions. Moreover, there ...
Social Facilitation: the Kaliningrad Region and Russian Mainland Regions
... article focuses on the results of an empirical study of the levels and characteristics of competence in social facilitation, which is here understood as the ability to apply certain knowledge and systems of skills and as a success rate of actions based on experience in improving the conditions of social development. The study was conducted in the Kaliningrad region in 2012—2013. The data was obtained through a survey of 400 respondents using the authors’ methodology encompassing eight basic elements ...
Analytical Kant studies, transcendental idealism, and the thing in itself
In modern theoretical analytical philosophy, the interest in Kant is primarily due to discussions on the nature of sensory perceptions, on the epistemological status of experience, and on the so-called ‘constructivism’. The conflict of interpretations goes so far that some consider Kant to be a conceptualist, while others consider him an anti-conceptualist. For some, he is an internalist and, for others, an externalist....
Prospects of the resort tax in Russia
The resort tax is supposed to become a development instrument for the tourist infrastructure. The main idea of the article is to prove that this assumption doesn’t agree either with the experiences of foreign countries or the Russian actual situation. The idea is implemented through the analysis of legislative base of the resort tax implementation, indicators of budgetary performance of tourist taxes abroad as well as the analysis of ...
ASK design features laboratory workshop on atomic physics taking into account the new SI-2019 system
Changes in the SI-2019 system are proposed to be taken into account by correcting of the educational experiment in atomic physics. From the data on the emission spectrum of atomic hydrogen, it was proposed to calculate not only the Rydberg constant, but also the effective mass of the electron, the refractive index of air. It is shown that a digital ...
Pedagogical competence of future doctors: the experience of applying adult patient education methods
This article addresses the experience of applying patient education methods in the development of healthy lifestyle attitude.
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The transcendental theory of experience and modern philoso¬phy of science
This article sets out to develop a transcendental theory of science based on the original interpretation and modern development of Kant’s transcendentalism (theory of experience). The author shows that modern (postpositivistic and analytical) philosophy of science
follows the spirit of Kant’s “Copernican revolution” as “the new method of thought” [CPR, B XVIII].
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Didactic characteristic of analog-digital transformations of dataflows
The methodology of integration of computing and natural experiments on lecture and laboratory researches is offered at studying physic-technical disciplines.
, модели, вычислительный эксперимент. Введение в информатику с позиций ...
Edmund Husserl’s phenomenology and a cognitive-semantic interpretation of Kant’s transcendentalism
... defined as a transcendental object and/or phenomenon. It is emphasised that, in a certain sense, the second variant of S. L. Katrechko’s interpretation antecedes Husserl’s phenomenology, which introduced a substantive a priori justification of human experience. This is a realist interpretation of Husserl’s philosophy. At its core is a fundamental principle of phenomenology — the validation of knowledge by a reflective examination of its premises and the everyday experience through which it is ...
The position of international community on the restoration of independence of the Baltic States
... Landsbergis, available at: http://www.lfpr.lt/uploads/File/2001-8/Letter. pdf (accessed 3 June 2011).
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Deduction of Freedom vs Deduction of Experience in Kant’s Metaphysics
... in his philosophy explicated not only the theoretical world of cognition, but also the practical world of freedom. Accordingly, the fundamental means of proving metaphysics’ claims are the deduction of pure concepts of understanding (deduction of experience) and the deduction of the principles of pure practical reason (deduction of freedom). The underlying premises of the Kantian project of reviving metaphysics, “the Copernican Turn”, the critical methods and basic principles of transcendental ...
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 not with aesthetics, but rather with ontology. Thus, art is the experience of truth. In Gadamer’s philosophical hermeneutics, the basis ...
"I am" and "Something is", or The ontology of Dasein
... objectness. This article focuses on Kant’s concept of object and the problem of legitimacy of establishing correlation between ‘I’ and objects. The author specifies the substantive elements of this correlation through addressing the concept of experience and the objectivity of experience and comes to the conclusion that objectivity as a result of objectification and as objectivity primary to the given objectivity indicate one another, thus, it is possible to speak of objectivity constituted ...
The development of emotional culture in primary school children
... analyses the possibility of its formation by means of basic educational disciplines. Special attention is paid to the development of emotional culture by psychological centres of education institutions. This problem is considered through the example of the experiment on emotional culture improvement conducted in one of the schools of Saransk
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The Youth in Kaliningrad, Gdansk and Klaipeda: Geopolitical Vision of the World, Identity and Images of the Other
... Klaipeda towards prevailing connections with Europe is complicated by the uncertainty of the EU-Russia relations. Young residents of Gdansk and Klaipeda reproduce dated stereotypes, and their interest in the Kaliningrad region is limited. However, as the experience of the other countries suggests, local border traffic between the Kaliningrad region and the neighbouring Polish voivodeships can contribute to the improvement of mutual images. Long-lasting eforts to diversify cooperation and promote a positive ...
The features of T. P. Krasavina’s methodology: “Classical ballet: the flow of movement”
This article considers a little-known work of T.P. Krasavina entitled “Classical ballet: the flow of movement”, which is dedicated to the ethodologi-cal problems from the perspective of her dancing experience. For the frist time, Russian readers have a change to get acquainted with the methodological heritage of the famous ballet dancers of the Mariinsky Theatre company and
S. P. Dyagilev’s company, who had considerable influence on British ...
Action-thoughts and the genesis of time in linguistic semiosis
... 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 are constructed by reflexive action-thoughts in the cognitive domain of language. It is emphasized that ...
Modern approaches to university physical education: the experience of incorporating a fitness programme in the curriculum
... physical education is the incorporation of various fitness programmes in the elective part of the curriculum. The author describes the impact of fitness programmes on learning outcomes and characterizes them as a form of activity. The article examines the experience of introducing Zumba® Fitness international dance fitness programme to the elective part of the "Physical education" curriculum for the first, second and third year students of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University.
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The economic aspect of the quality of industrial agriculture information support: Russian experience
This paper provides a scientific analysis of Russian experience of quality assessment (the economic aspect) of the information support for the agro-industrial complex. Part 1 covers the period of the 1950s-1970s.
Качество, эффективность, нравственность: ...
The assessment and factors of increase in innovative competitiveness of Latvian regions
... requires the development of common approaches to sel ection criteria, competition indicators and assessment tools at the micro-, meso-, and macro-levels. This study identifies the development stage of Latvia’s regions and considers methods as well as experience of evaluation and improvement of the competitiveness of Latvia’s regions. The authors describe priorities and tools for regional innovative development and analyze conditions affecting regional development in the country. This work takes ...
I. Kant and J. Jungius: on the development of critical tradition in the 17th century German philosophy
... about the limits of our cognition reflective and forbids posing it in the beginning of research.J. Jungius formulated the basis of German methodological tradition through reorienting theory of science towards the search for rational bases of scientific experience and emphasising the fundamental role of mathematical knowledge. J. Jungius’s epistemological doctrine contains the following principles adopted by Kant: sensible experience and reason are necessary components of cognition, the initial object ...
This article offers an analysis of the concept of mystical experience and its relation to science and philosophy in connection with E. A. Torchinov's research and in the context of Kant's doctrine of human "metaphysical disposition", the nature and purpose of philosophy.
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This article offers an aanalysis of the concept of mystical experience and its relation to science and philosophy in connection with E. A. Torchinov's research and in the context of Kant's doctrine of human "metaphysical disposition", the nature and purpose of philosophy.
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The role of small and semi-medium-sized towns in solving the problems of regional development
... the disparities in the settlement system of the Kaliningrad region, the problems of small and semi-mediumsized towns, and the role of such towns in solving the regional development problems of the Kaliningrad region. The author analyses the Lithuanian experience of revitalizing small towns. The article outlines the ways to apply this experience to the Kaliningrad region.
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The effect of volatile organic compounds on the content of photosynthetic pigments in reed fescue leaves Festuca arundinacea Schreb. in experiment terms (for example, limit, aromatic hydrocarbons and esters)
... mixtures of butyl acetate with o-xylol and benzene with o-xylol caused a more intense reduction in the content of pigments three days after the treatment of plants. At the same time, the maximum change in the content of pigments during the experiment is caused by the action of butyl acetate, o-xylol and a mixture of butyl acetate with o-xylol; and the greatest decrease in the content of pigments compared to the control was observed under the action of o-xylol.
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Innovative economy in the Baltic Sea region
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The existential strategies of the power over things: labour, acquisitiveness, adventure
Using the concept of «power over things», this article describes human experience in the ownership,management and disposal of things. The diversity of this experience manifests itself in the existential strategies of power over things distinguished by the author — labour, adventures and acquisitiveness. The suggested line ...
The Welfare State (Social State) in the Russian Federation as a Constitutional Principle and its Practical Implementation
..., especially the relevant state measures supporting families, birth rate and migration. Legal research in this paper is also focused on the selected state projects realized in the contemporary Russia: state program of the maternity (family) capital, experience of the granting the Charge-Free Land Property for multi-child families, and also so-called project of the "Charge-Free Far Eastern Hectare". Based on the conducted analysis the authors of the article have made several suggestions ...
Prosocial cooperation as a factor of mitigating ethnic tension
This article presents the results of a study into the connection between the youth’s attitudes to migrants and prosocial cooperation competence, as well as the development experience and prosocial cooperation competence as a factor mitigating ethnic tension. It is shown that the development of prosocial cooperation competence is most efficient in the course of the activity (behavior) in the condition of its effectiveness....
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Assessing spatial and temporal changes in the landscape vulnerability in the Kaliningrad region as an element of sustainable spatial planning
... Europe, are virtually absent in the Russian system of spatial planning. This results in the emergence of and increase in the number of nature management conflicts at the regional and local levels and creates problems for using advanced international experience in problem solving. This study aims to establish a methodology for a comprehensive assessment of the Kaliningrad region’s territory according to the degree of landscape vulnerability to the anthropogenic impact in spatial and temporal aspects....
Types of Representational Content in Kant
... available to the perceiver, which further suggests the autonomy of sensibility and its perceptual content. Finally, I raise difficulties in attributing non-conceptual representational content to Kant’s judgment-centered stance on representation and experience, only to emphasise how these difficulties easily lead to a misappreciation of Kant’s fundamental distinction between sensibility and understanding and their unique cognitive contributions.
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Frolova Ye. The theoretical and methodological issues of the revival of natural law
... rather in the need for action: the moral law must be implemented in the outside world. The theory of standards and ethics evaluates moral foundations as an internal absolute value. However, a definition of morals is meaningful only as an individual experience of a person, social requirements become moral only through a self-determined person. Being critical and formal, the moral principle does not eliminate the possibility of a combination with certain temporary goals. The formulas of a categorical ...
About very significant and optimal status of Russian language outside Russia (on the basis of Belorussia experience)
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An oscillatory excited molecular nitrogen in the ionospheric plasma
... plasmasphere of Earth is presented. This model allows to investigate dynamics of interaction charged and neutral components of ionospheric plasma, and also to reveal a contribution of various processes to formation of ionosphere. Results of computing experiment indicate strong dependence of electronic concentration on high-rise distribution of nitrogen. The accounting of oscillatory excitement of molecular nitrogen leads to noticeable variations of electronic concentration and temperature at ionosphere ...
Territorial differences in the attitudes to the migration crisis in Germany: The political aspect
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Sociocultural factors of cross-cultural sensitivity in university students
... size of the city or the type of the urban environment where students are study and live; the multicultural features of the environment – both of the city and the university; the capacity of the environment to create condi-tions for diverse social experience.
Special role in the development of intercultural sensitivity is played by the academic specialization: the humanities develop not only professional competence, focused on the other person but also personal qualities that con-tribute to sensitivity ...
Impact of remigration on the worksphere under Covid-19: the case of Lithuania
... interviews with highly-qualified remigrants and five interviews with their colleagues working in Lithuania. The interviews were conducted in May–July 2020 within the project ‘Social remittances of remigrants for society welfare growth: challenges and experiences in a comparative perspective’, financed by the Research Council of Lithuania.
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