The tactics of appeal to happiness/regret as speech instruments for implementing the strategies of defining recipient’s emotional status
This article deals with the ways of the strategies of defining recipient’s emotional status explication in the modern German poetry discourse. Especially we are concentrating on lexical tools of the tactics of appeal to happiness and tactics of appeal to regret. The examples of implementation of the strategy of defining recipient’s emotional status are poems, which are devoted to consideration of concept LOVE.
1. Борисова И. Н. Русский разговорный ...
Moral inscrutability and self-constitution in Kant (translated from the English by V. Belonogova and D. Khizanishvili, edited by V. Chaly)
... Anderson-Gold, S. and Muchnik, P. eds., 2010. Kant’s Anatomy of Evil. Cambridge University Press. pp. 33—56.8. Frierson, P., 2011. Freedom and Anthropology in Kant's Moral Philosophy. Cambridge University Press.9. Guyer, P., 2000. Kant on Freedom, Law, and Happiness. Cambridge University Press.10. Henrich, D., 1994. The Concept of Moral Insight and Kant’s Doctrine of the Fact of Reason. In: Velkley, R. ed., 1994. The Unity of Reason: Essays on Kant’s Philosophy. Cam¬bridge, MA: Harvard University Press....
Human Development Index as a Tool to Assess Social Development in the Baltic States
... growth, Teoriya i praktika obshchestvennogo razvitiya [Theory and practice of social development], no. 4, p. 285—287. (in Russ.)
2. Bubis, I. V., Gilyazetdinova, K. R., Dyukina, T. O. 2014, On the relationship between GDP per capita, the index of happiness, the index of human development and the index of environmental efficiency, Prilozhenie matematiki v ekonomicheskikh i tekhnicheskikh issledovaniyakh [The application of mathematics in economic and technical studies], no. 4(4), p. 57—61. (in ...
How transcendental are Kant’s principles of public law?
... principles as (meta) principles of lawmaking and law enforcement with the core of Kant’s system of law and morals. This resolves the issue of direct efficiency of these principles, whereas the declaration of the formal character of the ‘doctrine of happiness’ dispels doubts over the implicitly a posterior and empirical nature of criteria introduced as formal and a priori ones.
1. Arendt, H. 2011, O politicheskoj filosofii Kanta: Kurs lekcij. Perev. A. N. Salikova. Lekcija 10 [Lectures on Kant's ...
Light and shades of the Enlightenment. Reflections on “Utopias of the Age of Enlightenment” a book by A. V. Chudinov. M. : Integration: Education and Science, 2017. 96 p.
... focuses on the book "Utopias of the Age of Enlightenment" by A. V. Chudinov. Analyzing this work, the author reflects on the contradictions and paradoxes of the Enlightenment: the utopian ideals of the Enlightenment, aimed at achieving universal happiness and prosperity, in practice were often associated with terror and violence.
1. Таньшина Н. П. Граф Ж.-Ж. де Селлон: от Женевского Общества мира к Организации Объединенных ...
The transition process and institutions: on the issue of the standard of living in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe — members of the European Union
... Sanfey, P., Teksoz, U. 2007, Does Transition Make You Happy? Economics of Transition and Institutional Changes, vol. 15, no. 4, p. 707—731. doi:
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Idea of Home in Alexander Pushkin's “Eugene Onegin”
The article analyses the important cultural universal my means of the oppositions: home — peace; home — freedom, home — happiness in literary and historical context. This approach allows determining the affiliation of characters to the opposite axiological systems, which creates new opportunities for the interpretation of the denouement of the novel.
The theme of the female in the novels of Charles Brockden Brown
This article is devoted to the oeuvre of the American author of the beginning of the 19th century Charles Brockden Brown who, being little known to the Russian reader, is considered in the USA the father of gothic novel. Addressing the problem of social and legal dependence in post-revolutionary America, Ch. B. Brown takes part in the formation of the new national ideology.
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The concept of Joy in C. S. Lewis's autobiography
... the author's individual and cultural-linguistic perception of the concept of Joy is analysed. The research shows that Evangelic meaning of the concept is actualized whereas a secular linguistic meaning of the concept of Joy as «pleasure, worldly happiness» is de-actualized in Lewis's text.
1. Афонина Ю. Н. Традиция Г. К. Честертона и «концепция радости» К. С. Льюиса // Вестник Вятского государственного ...
Anthropological foundations of John Rawls' political theory
... “ratonal egoist” of classical utilitarianism (idea of autonomy, ability of self-determination through moral law); on the other hand, the notion of “life plan”, emphasizing rationality of human interests and actions and opening a possibility for happiness, connects Rawls’ theory to Aristotle’s virtue ethics and to contemporary communitarianism.
1. Васильев В. В. Неуловимая свобода: проблема этических оснований системы Канта ...
Anthropological foundations of John Rawls' political theory
... “rational egoist” of classical utilitarianism (idea of autonomy, ability of self-determination through moral law); on the other hand, the notion of “life plan”, emphasizing rationality of human interests and actions and opening a possibility for happiness, connects Rawls’ theory to Aristotle’s virtue ethics and to contemporary communitarianism.
1. Vasil'ev V. V. Neulovimaja svoboda: problema jeticheskih osnovanij sistemy Kanta / Filosofskaja jetika i nravstvennoe bogoslovie. Materialy ...
Behavioral geoeconomics: a problem statement
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Neverov A. N.
state, agent, actor, behavioural economics, behavioural geoeconomics
The hagiographic genre of the life of Alexander (Plutarch’s Comparative biographies)
The article describes the main features of the hagiographic genre in the Life of Alexander from Plutarch’s Comparative Biographies. I use the comparative, reverse and structural-semantic methods to analyse the biography of Alexander the Great, the images of the protagonist and the narrator, the unreality and the deification of the protagonist. There is a certain typological convergence between bios as a genre and Plutarch’s ancient biographies. This convergence is reflected in the structure of Alexander’s...
On the problem of modeling the strategic behavior of states in geoeconomics
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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»
The paper presents analysis of ekphrasis as part of artistic structure in D. Tartt’s «The 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.
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Events as a semantic framework for the construction of reality: the prospects of a transition to a dynamic ontology
... Understanding the Process of Economic Change. Princeton University Press.
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constructionism, special event management, event, model, reality, sociocultural engineering, model implementation
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Kant on the rights of citizens in matters of religion: The concept of religious tolerance in the German Enlightenment
... ideas and Kant’s late Enlightenment concept. Firstly, this is the perspective on the role of the monarch in regulating interactions between different confessions. Thus, both thinkers stressed that the secular ruler had to pay heed only to the worldly happiness and wellbeing of his or her subjects. The major criterion for resolving theological disputes must be nothing else than upholding peace and order in the state. This article is supplemented with a translation of a section of Kant’s lectures ...
Affection of Law: Fichte on the Place and Boundaries of Pure Ethics of the Imperative
... impossibility from such a person. Finally, I show that the ethics of the Stoical and Kantian type retains, according to Fichte’s diagnosis, a refined interest in preserving and indulging the sensual self and hence the idea of God as the warrantor of empirical happiness / bliss. Accordingly, the “overturn in the state of mind” sought by the Kantian himself implies “the highest act of freedom”, which is inaccessible to him and beyond which the perspective of the world as law is replaced for the subject ...
The teaching on postulates in Kant’s lectures on philosophical theory of religion
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postulates, practical reason, existence of god, immortality of soul, freedom, highest good, axiom, moral theology, belief, happiness, virtue, holiness
Kryshtop L. E.
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God’s Law or Categorical Imperative: on Crusian Issues of Kantian Morality
... praktischer Philosophie bis 1785. Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: Frommann-Holzboog.
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Kant, Crusius, ethics, moral teaching, virtue, happiness, necessity, the moral law, God
Ludmila E. Kryshtop
Economic activity of the leading religious organizations in Estonia
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Kant on evil in the human nature
... necessary element constructing the being of humans. In this context, it is interpreted as either ethically indifferent or even a “predisposition to the good”. On the other hand, he sees sensibility as a ground for “self-love” or striving for happiness despite the moral requirements. The author analyses the reasons behind Kant’s exclusion of sensibility as a possible ground for morals relating to its subjectivity. The negative effect of sensibility of human behaviour emphasised by Kant is ...
Kant on Human Dignity: Autonomy, Humanity, and Human Rights
.... Schmidt, eds. 2017. Realism and Antirealism in Kant’s Moral Philosophy: New Essays. Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 119-152.
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Schönecker, D., Schmidt, E. E., 2018. Kant’s Ground-Thesis. On Dignity ...
Identifying Key Stakeholder Groups for Implementing a Place Branding Policy in Saint Petersburg
Regional brands have become a valuable intangible asset and a crucial competitive resource for forging partnerships. An effective place branding policy is impossible without a precise understanding of the interests of stakeholder groups. It is essential to realize that each region is unique in its own way. Territories differ in the structure of stakeholders, their influence on regional development, and the range of leverages over regional decision-makers. This study aims to give a more precise definition...
Georges Gurvitch and Sergey Hessen on the Possibility of Forming Social Unity
... Sergius Hessen’s Philosophy. Tomsk State University Journal of Philosophy, Sociology and Political Science, 47, pp. 121-128.
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Zilber, A., 2016a. “Compelling to Confess”: Kant About Truth, Happiness and Publicity // Con-Textos Kantianos. International Journal of Philosophy, 4, pp. 70-88.
Zilber, A. S., 2016b. Knowing Humanity without Knowing the Human Being: the Structure of Polemic in Kant’s ...
Work-life balance during the Covid-19 outbreak: the case of Latvia
This paper aims to shed light on work-life balance in Latvia during the state of emergency. The Covid-19 outbreak has led many governments to introduce lockdowns. While imposed restrictions may help to contain the spread of the virus, they may also result in substantial damage to population well-being. The Covid-19 outbreak in Latvia demonstrates the extent and ways in which socio-demographics factors have determined different patterns of behaviour, attitudes, employment changes and harmonised work...
Immaturity and the objective of a true reform in ways of thinking. Part II
... the philosopher’s attitude to his contemporaries. Observing the revolutionary “experiment” with an open heart, Kant refused to notice that the apparent “progress” is the forcible “happy-making” of people in accordance with the idea of happiness promoted by those in power at the moment, whereas the others are reduced to the position of children or the immature, or even the mentally challenged. Such protests were voiced by some of Kant’s contemporaries, who were closer to his ideals ...
Immaturity and the objective of a true reform in ways of thinking. Part I.
... the philosopher’s attitude to his contemporaries. Observing the revolutionary “experiment” with an open heart, Kant refused to notice that the apparent “progress” is the forcible “happy-making” of people in accordance with the idea of happiness promoted by those in power at the moment, whereas the others are reduced to the position of children or the immature, oreven the mentally challenged. Such protests were voiced by some of Kant’s contemporaries, who were closer to his ideals ...