Sergey Askoldov’s Reviews concerning Kant and Others Published in the Russian Press in Early Twentieth Century
... Ocherki i dokumenty. [Archeology of Russian Political Idealism: 1904—1927. Essays and Documents]. Moscow: Common Place, pp. 260-277. (In Rus.)
Kolerov, M.A., 2019a. New Evidence of a Contemporary about Vladimir Solovyov. Appendix: L. E. Obolensky. My Personal Memories of V. S. Solovyov (1900). In: Studies in Russian Intellectual History. Yearbook for 2019, 15. Moscow: Modest Kolerov, pp. 9-23. (In Rus.)
Kolerov, M.A., 2019b. New Publications of Documents on the History of Russian Thought. Part 3: ...
The linguistic paradigm in Kant studies
... their philosophical content.
1. Serebrennikov, B. A., 1988. Rol' chelovecheskogo faktora v yazyke. Yazyk i myshlenie [The role of the human factor in the language. Language and Thinking]. Moscow.
2. Novodranova, V. F., 2009. Category of linguistic personality in language for special purposes. In: I. Yu. Ieronova et al., eds. Pelevinskie chteniya —2009 [Pelevin Readings — 2009]. Kaliningrad. pp. 71—77.
3. Kalinnikov, L. A., 1983. Postulates of practical reason in the light of the Kantian philosophy ...
Personal determinants of somatic reactions in adolescents
The author discusses personal traits of adolescents and the development of somatic reactions. The author confirms numerous survey data concerning the association of dysfunctional personal characteristics and the severity of somatic symptoms in the adolescent population. Multiple ...
Paul Natorp’s social pedagogic theory and it’s relevance to modern russian education
... expects that developing German system of “folk academies” becomes a basis for implementation of this ideal in practice. He specifies that matter of people’s education should be responsibility of “secular clergy” — a class composed of all persons who are willing and able to contribute to the cause of people’s education. In this endeavor Natorp especially stresses the uniqueness of position of persons with scientific background. Thus the social function of the universities as institutions ...
The Place of Hermann Cohen’s Ideas in the Philosophy of Dialogue
... view and in the second from the viewpoint of religious anthropology. However, Cohen considers the problem of inter-personal relationships 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,...
Around the “social pedagogy” of Paul Natorp: Vladimir Dinze in the debates on national upbringing. Part 2
... only the process of the translation of “Social Pedagogy” into Russian, but also disclose the peculiarities of the organization of translations of the contemporary scientific literature in Russia at the beginning of the 20th century. They were the personal initiative, enthusiasm, the responsibility before the future reader, the scope and intensity of the translators’ and publishers’ activity and the constant lack of adequate financing of this activity.
1. Bart, P. 1913, Elementy vospitanija ...
‘Reaching out’ beyond the text: philosophical notes
In this article, I define the concept of text and briefly discuss the related concepts of speech and discourse. I demonstrate how the humanities treat texts and examine the structural-semiotic and the hermeneutic approach. Further, I identify both the differences between these approaches and the similarities in the ways they interpret texts. I argue that the philosophical approach seeks to go beyond the text as far as possible without leaving it altogether and stress that the divide between the...
Embedding imagology in Translation Studies
... Fukari, eds. Constructing a sociology of translation. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. pp. 93—107.
Hřebíčková, M. and Graf, S., 2014. Accuracy of national stereotypes in Central Europe: Outgroups are not better than ingroup in considering personality traits of real people. European Journal of Personality, 28, pp. 60—72.
Hu, D., 2015. Translation into Other Languages as a Cultural Disseminator in China. Translation Review, 91, pp. 54—61.
Jakobson, R., 1959. On linguistic aspects of ...
The philosophical and legal content of Sergey Hessen’s concept of personality
... unpredictable — they do not have a solid foundation, whereas acts of freedom are a prerequisite for creativity — an integral characteristic of personality. The creative essence of personality suggests individuality and uniqueness of each person. Personality has a historical dimension. In analysing the problem of the relationship between a person and society, Hessen considered Rousseau’s concept of general will. Hessen proposed a dynamic understanding of general will as a continuous process of establishing and ...
The “personal-social” antinomy as a mechanism for analysing and assessing pedagogical studies on developing cognitive interests in cadets
Using the “personal-social” antinomy, the author analyses the results of a historical and pedagogical reconstruction of the 1960s— 80s theoretical and practical studies on the development of cognitive ... ... познавательного интереса в педагогике. М., 1971.
educational standards, "personal — social" antinomy, military pedagogy, cadets’ cognitive interests
Studies into the history of Russian Neo-Kantianism in Poland
... Moskwą a Rzymem. Myśl religijna w Rosji XIX i XX wieku [Between Moscow and Rome. Russian religious thought in Russia at the 19th and XXth centuries]. Cracow, p. 159—171.
89. Przybycien K. K. 2007, Osobowosc w koncepcji pedagogicznej Sergiusza Hessena [Personality in the pedagogical conception of Sergey Hessen] // Ukrains’ka polonistika (Piedagogichni dostizenija) [Ukrainian Polish studies (Pedagogical achievements)]. № 3—4, p. 83—95.
90. Solowjow W. S. 2012, Pojecie Boga (w obronie filozofii ...
A Königsberg society of friends without Kant
... centuries. This tradition created a sub-system of creative communication and leisure bringing together both nobility and aristocracy and ordinary curious citizens. The reasons behind this phenomenon were the geographical, geopolitical, and cultural and historical position of Königsberg — a large provincial trade and cultural centre of East Prussia. The focus of the article is the historical and documentary analysis of the group ‘portrait’ of the participants of Königsberg meetings described ...
Dilemmas of logical hylomorphism
Logical hylomorphism considers logic as a theory of formal relations. However, it is difficult to give a precise definition of these relations due to a multitude of interpretations of formality in logic. This paper acknowledges the dichotomy of the substantial and dynamic models of formality. Firstly, the author suggests revising certain interpretations of Aristotelian syllogistics and attempts to answer the question as to why Aristotle did not become the founder of logical hylomorphism. It is argued...
Kantian ethos in J. Rawls’s political philosophy
... philosophy has to depart from commonplace human reason; the content of "political justice" can be an object of construction; construction presupposes the use of practical rather than pure reason; moral philosophy requires a complex concept of a person; the function of moral philosophy is the rational defense of reasonable faith. The main differences between Kant’s and Rawls’s include the understanding of practical reason; the concept of a person based on fundamental ideas originating from ...
Human Resources of Post-war Lithuania and Their Role in the Rebuilding of Klaipeda
This article focuses on the issues of post-WWII economic restoration effort in the Soviet Lithuania. German occupation of the republic caused significant damage to its industry and agriculture. Pre-war Lithuania was an agrarian state aspiring to embark on an industrial-agrarian path of development. After the war, this aspiration did not only persist, but was intensified. To reach this objective, however, Lithuania required qualified workforce. Before the war, hardly any attention was paid to the...
Kantiansche Motive in „dem Ehernen Reiter“ von A. S. Puschkin. Gewidmet dem 75-jährigen Jubiläum des Historikers der russischen Philosophie B. W. Emeljanow
... Г. Г. Сочинения. М., 1989.
15. Эпштейн М. Язык бытия у Андрея Платонова // Вопросы литературы. 2006. № 2. С. 146—164.
Kantianism in law and politics, Kantian philosophy of history, personal freedom, personal activity in forming the destiny, antinomies in philosophy of history, synthetic resolution of antinomies
Kalinnikov L. A.
Kant’s influence on Russian thought
This articles sets out to give an overview as to how Russian thought was influenced by the ideas and personality of Kant — a bright exponent of German spirit, the genius loci of Königsberg — a city of calamitous history.
1. Абрамов А. И. Кант в русской духовно-академической философии // Абрамов ...
Der Einfluss Kants auf das philosophische Denken in Russland
The text is devoted to the influence of Kant’s personality and philosophical ideas on the Russian thought. Kant considered as the great philosopher, who was the bright spokes of German spirit, the creative genius and genius loci of Königsberg, which has been the town of dramatic historical fate.
1. Абрамов А. И. Кант в русской духовно-академической философии // Абрамов А. И. Сборник научных трудов по истории русской мысли. М....
I. Kant in the development of N. O. Lossky’s philosophical views: The case of a translation
... условие философского знания (Лейбниц, Кант, Лосский) // Русская и европейская философия: пути схождения и расхождения. СПб., 1999. URL: http://anthropology.ru/ru/person/malevannyy-dv/ text/intuiciya-kak-vnutrennee-uslovie-filosofskogo-znaniya-leybnic-kant-losskiy (дата обращения: 19.06.2015).
21. Попова В. С. Сравнительный анализ интерпретации силлогистики ...
Frolova Ye. The theoretical and methodological issues of the revival of natural law
... 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 ... ... Istoricheskaja shkola juristov, ee proishozhdenie i sud'ba. Opyt harakteristiki osnov shkoly Savin'i v ih posledovatel'nom razvitii [Historical school of lawyers, its origins and destiny. Experience characteristics of Savigny school in their consistent de-velopment],...
Around the “social pedagogy” of Paul Natorp: Vladimir Dinze in the debates on national upbringing. Part 1
... only the process of the translation of “Social Pedagogy” into Russian, but also disclose the peculiarities of the organization of translations of the contemporary scientific literature in Russia at the beginning of the 20th century. They were the personal initiative, enthusiasm, the responsibility before the future reader, the scope and intensity of the translators’ and publishers’ activity and the constant lack of adequate financing of this activity
1. A. L. 1913, Natsional’naya shkola ...
The linguistic personality of A. V. Makedonov in the epistolary discourse of the 1990s (based on his letters to Margareta O. Thompson held in the archive of the Literary Museum of the Smolensk State University)
... speech of a descendant of a Saint Petersburg intelligentsia family, born in the early 20th century and a witness to corresponding historical events. This is the first time the materials have been presented to the research community.
1. Акимова Т.... ... речь / под ред. М. Л. Кормилициной и О. Б. Сиротининой. М., 2009.
Koroleva I. A.
language personality, speech portrait, epistolary discourse, A. V. Makedonov, speech etiquette
Kant, Nietzsche, and the Enlightenment: A comparative analysis
... realisation becoming a benchmark or a regulative idea, Nietzsche’s works do not distinguish between the source and the end and persons overcoming themselves become the only meaning of existence.
1. Breifman, B. V. 2015, Sumerechnaya sova… [Twilight ... ... Kruglov, A. N. 2014, Nesovershennoletie i zadacha istoricheskogo preobrazovania obraza myshlenia [Minority and the problem of historical transformation of the way of thinking], IX Kantovskiechteniya… [IX Kantian reading…], p. 73—79.
9. Kumpf, F. ...
Immanuel Kant and Pavel Novgorodtsev and their views on the Agent of History
The article compares the approaches of Immanuel Kant and Pavel Novgorodtsev to the role and importance of humanity and human personality in historical process proposed by I. Kant and P. I. Novgorodtsev. The author analyses the similarities and differences of their positions and defines the main lines of Novgorodtsev’s development of Kant’s methodology.
Идея всеобщей ...
... pedagogy. Theory of the upbringing of will on the basis of community]. Translated by A. A. Grombah after the 3rd added ed., St. Petersburg.13. Natorp, P., 1912a, Kul’tura naroda i kul’tura lichnosti. Shest’ lekcij [Culture of people and culture of personality. Six lectures]. Translated by M. M. Rubinstein, St. Petersburg.14. Natorp, P., 1912b, Pestalocci. Ego zhizn’ i ego idei [Pestalozzi. His life and his ideas]. Translated by M. A. Engelgardt, St. Petersburg; 21918, Petrograd; 31920, Petrograd....
Problems and prospects of EU — Russia dialogue on visa-free travel
... this dialogue, as well as prospects for the introduction of a visa-free regime between the EU and Russia. The authors provide a historical overview of cooperation in this area and consider problems and prospects of visa liberalization from the economic, ... ... predelami territorii Rossijskoj Fe-deracii, soderzhashhem na jelektronnom nositele informacii dopolnitel'nye biometricheskie personal'nye dannye ego vladel'ca" [Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of December 29, 2012 N 1709 "On ...
Philosophy of Hermann Cohen (Publication, Foreword and Commentary by N. A. Dmitrieva)
... Russkoe neokantianstvo: “Marburg” v Rossii. Istoriko-filosofskie ocherki [Russian Neo-Kantianism: “Marburg” in Russia. Historical and Philosophical Essays]. Moscow: ROSSPEN. (In Rus.)
Kolerov, M. A., 2018. Hermann Cohen: Russian Obituaries from ... ... History . Yearbook for 2010—2011. Moskau: Modest Kolerov, pp. 479-492. (In Rus.)
Reznichenko, A. I., 2017. “Symphonic Personality” and “Labour Artel”: L. P. Karsavin in 1918—1922. In: O. A. Dovgopolova and A. A. Kamenskikh, eds. 2017. Gumanitarnaja ...
Digital World Communication аnd Translation
... Humanities. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell.
Sin-Wai, C. ed., 2015. Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Technology. Abingdon: Routledge.
Stalder, F., 2018. The Digital Condition. Trans. V. A. Pakis. Cambridge: Polity Press.
Strukov, V., 2014. The (im)personal connection: computational systems and (post-)Soviet cultural history. In: M. S. Gorham, I. Lunde and M. Paulsen, eds. Digital Russia: The language, culture and politics of new media communication, London: Routledge. pp. 11—33.
Van Dijck, ...
Lexemes with the stem –БОГ- (GOD) in hagiographic texts of the 15th—17th centuries
... heterogeneity was expressed in the dominance of the lexeme analysed over others. The identified lexemes are grouped according to the following semantic features: designation of people related to God, characteristics of the activity of a specific historical personality, an abstract concept, an object or a phenomenon of that time, or a polysemantic word. This large group of lexemes consists of the words characterizing a person, an object or a phenomenon on the basis of the following attributes — 'worthy ...
The Name of Prophet Abraham in the Old Russian Literature of XI—XIII centuries
... only appears as a forefather of the sacred people, but also personifies the afterlife. The name of Abraham is described in the historical chronology, in which the prophet appears as the emblem of time or a genus. Depending on the context, the formulaic ... ... Abraham's name occurs less often and mostly in the episode of the liberation of Lot from captivity, and in the description of his personal qualities, such as his hospitality. Formulas are always built into rhetorical constructions such as additions, and the ...
Character’s existence in the Königsberg/Kaliningrad toposphere: Yu.N Ivanov’s Dances in the Crematorium and Michael Wieck’s The Decline of Königsberg
... denoting the main characters’ places of residence are Lawsker Allee and Steffeckstraße (Ivanov) and Steinmetzstraße (Wieck). The works share common themes — memory, faith, physical constraints, the freedom of human spirit, moral and amorality, personal and collective responsibility, and the evil of totalitarian regimes and racial hatred. The analysis shows common motifs in the works, those of destiny, desperate situations, ordeals, and suffering. The texts have a similar structure combining ...
On the formation of historical memory in the Kaliningrad region (1945-1960)
The paper analyzes the development of historical memory in the early Kaliningrad region and the activities of regional administration aimed at identifying and registering monuments of history and culture. The author stresses the contradictions in cultural heritage policies pursued by the ...
Two-stem names: history and current state
... highlights the classification features of these names, as well as their other specific characteristics (semantics, structure, system of derivatives, belonging to separate languages). Linguistic material in question is obtained in the dictionaries of personal names by leading experts, N. A. Petrovsky and A. V. Superanskaya and is introduced into the scientific discourse for the first time. The existence of these names today is traced, the degree of their popularity is determined.
1. Бондалетов ...
Schelling’s Criticism of Ontological Argument and Interpretation of Kant’s Doctrine of the Ideal of Reason
... Schelling]. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy RAS. (In Rus.)
Krichevskii, A. V., 2011. Absolyutnyi dukh skvoz’ liki triedinstva: Sravnitel’nyi analiz filosofsko-teologicheskikh kontseptsii Gegelya i pozdnego Shellinga [The Absolute Spirit through the Persons of the Trinity: A Comparative Analysis of the Philosophical and Theological Conceptions of Hegel and the Late Schelling]. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy RAS. (In Rus.)
Leinkauf, T., 1998. Schelling als Interpret der philosophischen Tradition: ...
A poetic function in an expanding context: title — monoverse — polytext (on the example of Ivan Zhdanov's poetry)
... State Pedagogical University], 10, pp. 145—153 (in Russ.).
Norman, B. Yu., 2014. Communication without understanding. Ural'skii filologicheskii vestnik: Yazyk. Sistema. Lichnost'. Lingvistika kreativa [Ural philological bulletin: Language. System. Personality. Linguistics of creativity], 1, pp. 4—14 (in Russ.).
Orlitskii, Yu. B., 2002. Minimal text (udeteron) as part of the heading-final complex of a poetic text. In Yu. B. Orlitskii ed. Stikh i proza v russkoi literature [Verse and prose in ...
Georges Gurvitch and Sergey Hessen on the Possibility of Forming Social Unity
... journal Sovremenniye zapiski (Contemporary Notes). Although they differ radically in their definitions of the status of the state they concur in defining society as a set of social institutions and communities existing as instruments for expressing personal freedom. The social regulations they propose are already legal situations. Hessen and Gurvitch believe that the individual can fully exercise his/her freedom only in conditions of such legal pluralism. However, the concept of legal pluralism ...
An early edition of Andrey Bolotov’s memoirs (from the archives and manuscripts section of the State Historical Museum)
The history of the creation of Andrei T. Bolotov’s memoirs has been little studied. In particular, the stages of his work on this text are not entirely clear. This article is an attempt to shed light on one aspect of this problem. Bolotov’s personal fund (No. 349) in the Archives and manuscripts section of the State Historical Museum contain a manuscript of Bolotov’s memoirs entitled “Part 2”. It differs significantly in its essential characteristics (paper, design, size, composition, title, division into sections, etc.) from most manuscripts of Bolotov’s ...
Time and eternity in the literary image of the church procession: Pushkin’s Boris Godunov and Shmeleff’s The Year of the Lord
... and script-driven in Boris Godunov, whereas the church procession in The Year of the Lord unfolds before the reader to reveal personal, family-related, and public aspects of the phenomenon.
Bakhtin, M. M., 2000. Epos i roman [Epic and novel]. St.... ... [History of the Russian state: in 3 books]. Kaluga (in Russ.).
Likhachov, D. S., 1997. Istoricheskaya poetika russkoi literatury [Historical poetics of Russian literature]. Moscow (in Russ.).
Mechev, Sergii, hieromartyr, 2001. Tainy bogosluzheniya. Dukhovnye ...
The phenomenology of Pushkin’s ‘universal sympathy (based on ‘Аscene from ‘Faust’, ‘The feast in the time of plague’, and ‘the Wanderer’)
... by N. Bobrova. Available at:
piligrima-256830.html#p10 [Accessed 22 May 2019] (in Russ.).
Berdyaev, N. A., 2006. O naznachenii cheloveka. O rabstve i svobode cheloveka [About the appointment of a person. About slavery and human freedom]. Moscow (in Russ.).
Baudrillard, J., 2000. Simvolicheskii obmen i smert' [Symbolic exchange and death]. Moscow (in Russ.).
Vdovina, I., 1975. Personalistic substantiation of artistic creation as an ontological ...
«Nomen est omen»: the role of names in the novel Parade by Nikolay Kononov
... 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 between the name Lev and the semantics of physicality and personality traits. Describing his characters, the writer uses a number of images: the king of all animals, the cowardly lion, etc. The multilanguage anagrammatic code highlights the connection of the name of the protagonist with the two key concepts ...
Kant und das Problem des Wertes
.... WERT. Basel: Schwabe AG — Verlag, 2004.
34. Stolowitsch L. Immanuel Kant über den Wertbegriff // Akten des Siebenten Internationalen Kant-Kongresses. 1990. Bonn: Bouvier, 1991. S. 199—205.
Kant, value, universal values, axiology, meaning, personality, teleology
Stolowitsch L. N.
... the correlation between the historical Christianity and the pure religion of reason, the figure of the biblical Christ of Nazareth and Kant's interpretation of his personality. The author focuses on the question, whether the Biblical Christ, as a real historical person, is the personification of the idea of the absolute good and moral perfection.
1. Кант И. Религия в пределах только разума // Собр. соч.: в 8 т. М., 1994. Т. 6.
2. Его же. Метафизика нравов ...
The subjects of legal monitoring of Justice of the Peace
... which allows to study actual relations in administration and legal regulation. The author applies some basic research methods: historical legal, formal legal and comparative legal approaches, content analysis, biographical method; the effectiveness of study ... ... substantially widens our knowledge about the state and law of Central Asia. At the same time travelers’ notes presume the personalities of authors, their national and professional affiliation therefore their information must be verified by comparing ...
City transport in Kaliningrad during the Soviet era: family photo archives
... social sciences and the humanities. The author uses family photo archives of the 1950s—1980s, presented in the "People's Album", a digital project of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, to explore the role of the public, company and personal transport in the life of the Soviet people.
1. Gatejel L. The Wheels of Desire. Automobility Discourses in the Soviet Union //Towards Mobility. Varieties of Automobilism in East and West. Corporate History Department of Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft ...
Feelings, emotions, sensations: On the representativeness of mental states in the Russian language
This article is devoted to the lexis of the Russian language denoting mental states. The study of the words and their functions rests on the psychological interpretation and classification of mental states. The author describes how a person’s mental life is expressed as a system of interacting and interdependent mental states in the language picture of the world. The semantics and history of the words chuvstvo, etmotsiya, and oschuschenie are investigated. It is concluded that the ...
On the development of the naval education in the south of Russia in late XVIII — early XX centuries
... XVIII — early XX century within the military, political and socio-economic changes that occured in the area. The aim of the article is to analyze conduct the foundation and development of both military and commercial marine education in the region in historical and pedagogical perspectives, that allows us to see the evolution of educational concepts and modification of training maritime experts in the context of significant historical events that affected the quality of training of maritime personnel ...
‘Back to Kant’ or ‘Back to Leibnitz’? A critical view from the history of Russian metaphysical personalism
... of the thinkers of the ‘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 ... ... 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 ...
Filling the space between two opposite parties: Edward Stanleyand a centre party
The article investigates Edward Stanley’s attempt to establish a centre party in 1834—1835. Based in unpublished sources and recent historical studies, the author identifies the causes of the failure of this project. These causes were both subjective – for instance, the King’s influence and Stanley’s personality – and objective, i.e the well-timed consolidation of the Whigs and the Tories.
1. «Кредо Ноусли» и Тамвортский манифест 1834 года (компаративный анализ) // Ретроспектива: ...
From Marburg to Odessa: A contribution to a scientific bio-graphy of S. L. Rubinstein
... unіversitets’koї osvіti [Humanitarian-social institut of Odessa (1920—1921)], Zapiski іstorichnogo fakul'tetu [Proceedings of historical faculty], no. 19, Odesa, p. 207—216.16. Levchenko, V. V., 2013, Sergej Leonidovich Rubinshtein: grani intellektualnoj ... ... Іstorik Єvgen Mikolajovich Shhepkіn (1860—1920): postat’ v kontekstі dobi [Historian Eugen M. Schepkin (1860—1920): the person in the context of time], Odesa, p. 123—132.18. Natorp, P., 2006, Izbrannye raboty [Selected works], ed. by V. A. Kurennoj,...
On Hartmann’s transcendental realism
This text is a compilation of fragments from A. I. Ognev’s 1910 PhD thesis, which was awarded a gold medal. The personal archive of Father Savva (Mikhalevich) held two versions of the thesis – the hand-written (132 pages) and typed (141 ... ... Philosophical Department of the Historical-Philological Faculty of Moscow University – is published for the first time (Moscow Central Historical Archive. Fund 418, Inventory 317, Case 784, Page 7 (narrow)/Page 8 (wide)).
1. Виндельбанд В. Система ...