The Notion of Free Will in Sergey Hessen’s Conception of Culture
... among a multitude of individuals whose creative activities serve to continue the process of culture-structuring. Thus the effectiveness of the realisation of values in cultural reality depends directly on ensuring the conditions for the exercise of free will. There is potentially an unlimited number of ways of defining the concept of free will, each imposing certain limitations on the actualisation of the individual in culture. The question arises, how does each individual understand the possibility ...
Moral law and freedom. A study into Kant’s theory of free will
Timmerman J. (translated from German by A. S. Zilber)
The image of Svyatopolk in the Tale of Boris and Gleb: predestination or freedom of choice?
The hagiographical image of Svyatopolk is analysed as one determined by Christian anthropology. The author asserts that Svyatopolk performs an evil deed neither due to predestination, nor under the influence of fatal circumstances, but of his own free will. Svyatopolk embodies the model of a person of string will, which is opposed to the will of God and leads the character to captivity of the devil.
1. Сказание о Борисе и Глебе // Библиотека литературы Древней ...
Georges Gurvitch and Sergey Hessen on the Possibility of Forming Social Unity
... Hegel’s Dialectic in Political Philosophy of Sergius Hessen. Tomsk State University Journal of Philosophy, Sociology and Political Science, 37, pp. 30-36.
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Zagirnyak, M. Yu., 2018. The Notion of Free Will in Sergey Hessen’s Conception of Culture. Kantian Journal, 37(4), pp. 67-82.
Zagirnyak, M. Yu., 2019. Solidarity as an Instrument of the Institutionalization of Freedom in Sergius Hessen’s Philosophy....
Christian foundations of F. I. Tyutchev’s oeuvre
... emphasise the Christian foundations of his oeuvre, which focuses on the anthropological problem of the ‘mystery of the human being’. The vicissitudes of human spirit, the dramatic conflict between two major metaphysical principles of anthropocentric free will and veneration of god – these and similar issue comprise the world-view foundation of the physiophilosophical and love poems and philosophical historical and political reflections of the poet.
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Kants Begriff der Verbindlichkeit und die neuzeitliche Naturrechtslehre
... obligation, it will be demonstrated that the natural law is grounded on the will of God. In contrast, the concept of obligation in Christian Wolff's Philosophia practica universalis has no need to found the validity of obligation of natural law in God's will. Instead he developed a concept which was based on the idea of a free self-binding moral subject. Therefore, Wolff's Philosophy has a great impact on Kant's own moral philosophy and especially on his concept of obligation. I will conclude by showing to what extent Kant was going beyond the early modern concept of the ...
Paul Natorp’s social pedagogic theory and it’s relevance to modern russian education
... psychology Natorp proposes to broaden theoretical ground of pedagogy by adding “pure normative sciences” such as logic and aesthetics to psychology and ethics which are already in use. In the 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. The last stage represents a “lifelong” process and ideally shouldn’t be bounded by any external factors. Natorp expects that developing German system of “folk academies” becomes a basis for implementation of this ideal ...
A unified and harmonised European law and its impact on third countries
Having transferred the title on visas, asylum, immigration and other policies related to free movement of persons from the third pillar into the Treaty on European Community, the Amsterdam Treaty vested legislative ... ... procedure and private international law. On the basis of this power, the European Community enacted a series of Regulations, which will soon unify both areas of law. Such unification will not only facilitate legal relations within the European Union but also ...
Kant on evil in the human nature
... critically analysed. When choosing between subjective and material sensibility and objective and formal reason, Kant gives preference to reason as the ground for morals. In this function, reason should be necessarily interpreted as reason connected with good will. The consideration of this principle of Kant’s ethical theory concludes the article. The author makes an assumption that the creation of a moral world based on the principle of the free legislation of reason, which consists in that the criteria for the significance of provisions of such legislation is the possibility of transforming them into a universal law, is possible only under the condition that the notion of freedom as relating ...
Positive Philosopher with Restless Imagination (Rev.: V. V. Vasilyev, David Hume and the Riddles of His Philosophy. Moscow: LENAND, 2020, 704 pp.)
... fenomenalisticheskoi ontologii [Consciousness and Things. Essay on Phenomenological Ontology]. Moscow: Librokom. (In Rus.)
Vasilyev, V. V., 2017. V zashchitu klassicheskogo kompatibilizma: Esse o svobode voli [In Defense of Classical Compatibilism: Essay on Free Will]. Moscow: LENAND. (In Rus.)
Vasilyev, V. V., 2020. David Hume i zagadki ego filosofii [David Hume and the Riddles of His Philosophy]. Moscow: LENAND. (In Rus.)
Evgenii V. Loginov
Around the “social pedagogy” of Paul Natorp: Vladimir Dinze in the debates on national upbringing. Part 1
... Teoriya vospitaniya voli na osnove obshchnosti [Book review: P. Natorp, “Social pedagogy”. The theory of upbringing of the will on the base of community], Russkaya shkola [Russian school], no. 10, otd. II, p. 192—194.
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From Kant's “kingdom of ends” to an economic model
... Social Economics. 2010. Vol. 37, iss 10. P. 755—763.
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On fate and/or providence in Pushkin’s short story ‘The blizzard’
... epigraph, and Burger's ‘Lenora’, which was twice used by Zhukovsky in different contexts. Differences in the functioning of the traditional plot are considered against the background of the interrelation and interdependence between fate, chance, and free will. In a Christian reading, the attitudes of the main characters of the three works to God's providence explain the motives behind their actions, the further course of events, and the endings of the works.
Vasilyev, S. А., 2008. “Metel” ...
Estonian Political Parties in the mid-2010s
... representative of their interests; thus, they vote for parties that had not been previously represented in the parliament. This allowed for two minor political parties to pass into the parliament at 2015 elections: the Estonian Conservative People’s Party, and Free Party. In the long run the minor parties will be able to keep parliamentary seats depending on their ability to build coalitions, either with the three governing parties — Reform Party, Pro Patria and Republic Union, and Social-Democratic Party, or with opposition Centre Party. The article ...
Schliesslich will man ja Kunst schaffen. Daniel Kehlmanns humoristische Poetik («Finally, there is a need to create art»: Daniel Kehlmann’s humoristic poetics)
... of the con-trast between the ideal and reality, but rather cheerful disposition (consola-tion) in the face of reality.
Kehlmann’s world-famous novel Measuring the World should be con-sidered not as a veracious historical document, but rather as a free play with the biographies of Alexander von Humboldt and Karl Friedrich Gauss. Kehlmann focuses on the ‘magic realism’ characteristic of the 20th century South American authors (for instance, Gabriel García Márquez).
1. Ahrend Th. No more ...
The facilitation of freedom of movement between Russia and the European Union: prospects and legal issues
This article examines the legal aspects of the prospective visa free regime between Russia and the European Union,as well as the implementation of local border traffic mechanisms.
1. Treaty ... ... eu/delegations/russia/documents/eu_russia/road_maps_en.pdf (accessed 19 August 2010).
6. Rossija i Evrosojuz nachnut reshat' problemy bezvizovogo rezhima [Russia and the EU will solve the problems of a visa-free regime], Rosbalt, 2010, 31 May, available at: http://www.rosbalt.ru/2010/05/31/741009.html ...
The notion of necessity in the German philosophy of the¬ Enlighten¬ment
... action, any object would be predetermined by its reason. Such state of affairs excludes any possibility of any accidents or free actions, which undermines the foundation of ethics. Many philosophers tried to avoid such fatalism through expanding and ... ... volja i predstavlenie. T. 1. Kritika kantovskoj filosofii [On the Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason. Worldas will and representation, vol. 1. Criticism of the Kantian philosophy], Moscow.13. Baumgarten, A. G. 1757, Metaphysica. Halle. ...
‘Back to Kant’ or ‘Back to Leibnitz’? A critical view from the history of Russian metaphysical personalism
... However, such experience is not interpreted as ‘bare’ cognition or 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 a complete sphere and viewed the Kantian and neo-Kantian teaching of ‘pure experience’ as a section of that sphere. However, Russian metaphysical personalists were not Leibniz’s ...
Kantian Ethical Humanism in Late Imperial Russia
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Vvedensky, A. I., 1924b. The Dispute over Free Will in the Judgement of Critical Philosophy. In: A. I. Vvedensky, 1924. Filosofskie ocherki [Philosophical Essays]. Prague: Izd. Plamja, pp. 75-117. (In Russ.)
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On the Role of Gesinnung in Kant’s Ethics and Philosophy of Religion. Part II
... presence of Gesinnung, on act as a manifestation of Gesinnung, on the unintelligibility of Gesinnung in its noumenal, suprasensible character, on the innateness of Gesinnung in the sense that it exists not in time, but in the form of its acceptance by free expression of the will, on the singleness of Gesinnung and its indivisibility into periods, on revolution in Gesinnung as distinct from empirical reform, on the creation of the new human being as distinct from the ancient one as a result of the revolution of Gesinnung,...
Transformation of global value chains in Russia and the Baltics amid Covid-19: prospects for regionalization and implications for economic policy
... background of historically stable relationships; (4) as a product of strong social contacts and soft power. GVC regionalisation will be driven by individual companies, regional (local) governments, and Russian-Baltic cross-border cooperation initiatives.... ... Economics, vol. 47, no. 1, p. 61—95. doi:
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On the Role of Gesinnung in Kant’s Ethics and Philosophy of Religion. Part I
... ignores pre-Kantian history and the context of Kant’s contemporaries. Proceeding from this study the next part of the article will offer my own interpretation of Kant’s concept of Gesinnung in the Critical period and suggest a uniform translation of ... ... “Ethical Neutrality” in Sociology and Economics. In: M. Weber. The Methodology of the Social Sciences. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, pp. 1-49.
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