Kant on evil in the human nature
... condition that the notion of freedom as relating to practical reason is necessarily understood as freedom aimed at the good. In the sphere of the ideal, i. e. the sphere of logical bases of ethics, there should be no freedom aimed at evil; such freedom exists only in the real, empirical world. One can assume that the notion of freedom of will as freedom aimed at the good, being a condition for the possibility of morals, relates to the notion of a sentient being in general, including the notion of ‘human being’, whereas the notion of freedom as freedom of choice relates to a real human individual. However, the latter is capable of moral improvement through a “revolution in the disposition” and can correspond to the human determination — ...
Character’s existence in the Königsberg/Kaliningrad toposphere: Yu.N Ivanov’s Dances in the Crematorium and Michael Wieck’s The Decline of Königsberg
... those of destiny, desperate situations, ordeals, and suffering. The texts have a similar structure combining reminiscences of the main characters with interactions between the past and the present. However, the two authors approach the problem of the existence of the main characters differently. Ivanov’s character associates the topos of the city with life and hope while Wieck’s character — with death and disillusionment. Nevertheless, both texts convey the authors’ humanistic attitude to the human being and the world.
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Kant über Sein und Zeit und Denken und Sein. Selbsterkenntnis durch Selbstaffektion
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Cartesian tradition, Kant, self-knowledge, self-affection, logical structure, temporal structure, human existence, Heidegger
Kant and Hegel, an alleged right and the ‘inverted world’
... play of powers, whereas power is a category that makes it possible to understand the supersensible as a realm of laws. This interpretation is inherent in the system of not only theoretical but also practical reason. Freedom is the ‘substance’ of human existence. The unity of freedom is an idea, whose unity is presented in the diversity of actions in the sensible world. A condition for cognising freedom is the categorical imperative. Apparently, applying the moral law formula may lead to contradictions....
Action-thoughts and the genesis of time in linguistic semiosis
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Kant, Radical Agnosticism, and Methodological Eliminativism about Things-in-Themselves
... know a priori that we cannot know either the nature of things in themselves or whether things in themselves exist or do not exist’. Kantian Methodological Eliminativism (KME) about things in themselves says that for the purposes of the theory of real ... ... Sbornik [Kantian Papers]. Vol 36. Issue 2.
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Kantian Approaches to Human Reproduction: Both Favourable and Unfavourable
... itself and its value to merit reproduction? Herein it is useful to look to Kant, who wrote much on whether, by reproducing, humans do wrong or right morally. Two main arguments are put forward and assessed: one examining whether perfect or imperfect ... ... American Catholic Philosophical Association, 63, pp. 48-53.
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Benatar, D. and Wasserman, D., 2015. Debating Procreation: Is It Wrong to Reproduce?...
The questions of the poet A. S. Kushner to the philosopher I. Kant regarding the otherworldly
This article proves that when addressing the problem persistent in his oeuvre — whether the humanity exists independently in space or it is a transcendental project — the Saint Petersburg poet A. S. Kushner always consults with I. Kant.
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The international legal regulation of the status of voluntary human shields
The analysis of existing rule of International humanitarian law governing the cases of use of human shields by the parties of armed conflict justifies the conclusion that these persons are a sui generis case and should be regarded as an exception to a number of general rules. As a result, they should not be classified as taking a direct part in ...
On the moralcentrism of Kant's transcendental anthropology and the role of morals in human nature (continuation)
... transcendental anthropology, which acts as a method in Kant’s pragmatic anthropology. The essence of transcendental anthropology is the metaphysics of morals. This role of morals manifests itself in the primacy of practical reason over the theoretical one. The humanity owes its development and existence to the practical reason. In Kant’s system, morality is the essence of humanity.
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The Book of Life in the hermeneutics of Johann Georg Hamann
... the light of his hermeneutics, the fate of ontology is a function of the quality of reading since its dialogical nature directly determines a person’s special hermeneutic responsibility towards all that exists. In being the Book of Life, all that exists communicates with the human being as if it were the Book. It does so within the complex dialectics of objectivation in the epistemological linguisticality of a prophet, a scientist, or a poet and, through them, reaches out to countless generations of the Reader, who is voluntarily ...
Energy and the Ways of its Conceptualisation in Cognition: an Attempt at an Epistemological Analysis
... worldview and its origins in the works of Wilhelm von Humboldt]. Moscow.
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Digital World Communication аnd Translation
... world” implies more than the technical and instrumental aspects and usage of technology; it equally involves our tangible human social engagement and interface with the tools and technologies themselves. The relevance of digital studies to translation ... ... digital world, presenting research areas in digital studies that can be explored in relation to translation studies. While the existing analytical and critical approaches to researching translation can arguably be extended and transposed to include elements ...
Symbolical interactionism: A methodology for ana-lysing processes in an administrative system
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The Concepts of “Appearance” and “Phenomenon” in Transcendental Philosophy (Kant, Husserl, Fink)
... which possesses true but unknowable being (Kant) and appearance as taking place in the “relative” sphere of the natural attitude (Husserl): with Fink, appearance (or, as Fink constantly writes, “appearing”) turns out to be the condition of the existence of objects. Appearance, understood through the prism of the human being which perceives something as Vorschein, implies an inherently open world. Following Fink, I analyse these provisions and examine, first, light as the metaphysical source of cognition, second, the human being as a special kind of being, third,...
The notion of necessity in the German philosophy of the¬ Enlighten¬ment
... philosophy inevitably raises the question about the necessity of all things, since all that exists has a sufficient reason behind its existence. In this case, any statement, any action, any object would be predetermined by its reason. Such state of affairs excludes ... ... veschah voobsche, soobschenniye lyubitelyam istiny Christianom Wolffom [Rational thoughts on God, the world and the soul of human beings; also all things in general], Translated by Zhuchkov, V. A. in: Christian Wolff I filosofiya v Rossii [Christian ...
On the morals-centeredness of Kant’s transcendental anthropology and on the role of morals in the human nature
... transcendental anthropology, which acts a method in Kant’s pragmatic anthropology. The essence of transcendental anthropology is the metaphysics of morals. This role of morals manifests itself in the primacy of practical reason over the theoretical one. The humanity owes its development and existence to the practical reason. In Kant’s system, morality is the essence of humanity.
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The philosophy of the text as texts of philosophy
... regard, it seems fruitful and justified not to build various rationalistic constructions but to take an open look at the very existence of philosophizing. From such perspectives, philosophy appears not so much a single, monolithic, and strictly ordered ... ... Ludwig Wittgenstein's ‘family of language games’. Philosophy is a universal, ultimate understanding of the world, society, human beings, and their self-determination in this reality. In this interpretation, being in itself appears as a text. Philosophizing ...
The problem of meaning in Social Semiotics: deep semiotics as a conceptual extension of Social Semiotics
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On the Role of Gesinnung in Kant’s Ethics and Philosophy of Religion. Part II
... subjective principle of maxims, on virtue as evidence of the 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, on the link between the revolution in Gesinnung and “conversion” or second birth. After discussing the problem of distinguishing the terms Gesinnung and Denkungsart ...
Similarities and differences in curricula of a bachelor’s degree in oceanology at the universities in St Petersburg, Klaipeda, and Kaliningrad
... of competence modules, disciplines, the so-called academic practices, and the number of hours and credits stipulated in the existing curricula. A formal comparison of generalised quantitative indicators without analysing the content of curriculum components ... ... N. 2009, Razvitie chelovecheskogo potenciala i realizacija praktiki social'nogo partnerstva: rabota PROON v regionah Rossii [Human development and implementation of social partnership practice: the work of UNDP in the Russian regions], Strategicheskoe ...
Wry humor as a philosophy
Wry humor is viewed as an essential aspect of philosophical discourse. The authors analyze gloomy philosophical motives including life, death, human existence, social interactions, loneliness. The article shows that comprehending these issues through the wry humor acquires pessimistic connotation.
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On the morals-centrism of Kant’s transcendental anthropology and the role of morals in human nature
... transcendental anthropology, which acts as a method in Kant’s pragmatic anthropology. The essence of transcendental anthropology is the metaphysics of morals. This role of morals manifests itself in the primacy of practical reason over theoretical reason. The humanity owes its development and existence to practical reason. In Kant’s system, morality is the essence of humanity.
1. Гартман Н. Этика. СПб., 2002.
2. Гуревич П. С. Философская антропология: учебное пособие. М., 1997....
Potential of Russian-Indian scientific cooperation (the case of western border regions of Russia)
... relatively small number of co-authored publications in 2000—2019. The most productive in terms of an increased number of collaborative articles and citations are five fields of science, i. e. physics, engineering, chemistry, mathematics, and medicine. Humanities and social sciences are least involved in the process of co-production of knowledge by Russian and Indian scholars. The main constraints to the implementation of the existing potential of Russian-Indian scientific cooperation are the language barrier, the priority of state support for certain areas of knowledge, territorial remoteness and the related complexity in building social ties, the difference in the systems ...
Absoluter Wert in Kants Grundlegung zur Metaphysik der Sitten
... Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals, Kant introduces the concept of an end in itself and defines it as something whose existence has an absolute value. He continues with the assertion that the ground of a possible categorical imperative lies solely ... ... Press.
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Dean, R., 2006. The Value of Humanity in Kant’s Moral Theory. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Euler, W., 2015. Zweck. In: M. Willaschek, J. Stolzenberg, G. Mohr ...
I. Kant on religion, faith, god, and church
... the practical, studies on religion proceed from the theoretical significance of the idea of God considered in the Lectures to the practical aspects of this idea addressed in the Religion. The Lectures contain a vast body of speculative evidence of the existence of God, which is completely absent in Religion. Religion places a much stronger emphasis on the need for the moral perfection of human beings than the Lectures do. However, it would be wrong to assume that the Lectures present a position different from the responsibility of human beings for their own moral condition and its development.
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Moral inscrutability and self-constitution in Kant (translated from the English by V. Belonogova and D. Khizanishvili, edited by V. Chaly)
This article analyses the system of inferences used by Kant in Religion Within the Boundaries of Mere Reason to demonstrate the existence of evil disposition (Gesinnung). The author be¬lieves that, in this work, Kant introduces two innovations in respect ... ... Press.3. Bernstein, R. J., 2002. Radical Evil: A Philosophical Interrogation. Polity Press.4. Caswell, M., 2006. The Value of Humanity and Kant’s Conception of Evil. Journal of the History of Philosophy, 44(4), pp. 635—63.5. Cherkasova, E., 2005. On ...
Semantic invariants of prophetic dreams and signs
The authors prove the possibility of revealing semantic invariants of prophetic dreams and folk signs. The study shows that such invariants do exist, and they stay with the other side of the language, belong to the deep sphere of human mentality (unconscious), have a special sign nature (they are both semantic signs and images). From this point of view, the problem of synchronicity — acausal semantic coincidences, is considered. The article suggests that the domain of semantic ...
«Cultivate Your Garden»: Natural Existence Utopia of Enlightenment Man in Park and Garden Landscapes (on the Example of “Life and Adventures” by Andrei Bolotov)
... Enlightenment landscape utopia on the example of the analysis of the evolution of utopian ideas by Andrei Bolotov in his autobiographical work “Life and Adventures”. The author of the article outlines the destruction of ‘natural state’ of a human being by the realities of the ‘Iron Age’ that followed the Enlightenment.
. Жизнь и приключения Андрея Болотова, описанные самим им для своих потомков: ...
A justification of the content of professional training of masters in «Tourism» at IKBFU
This article considers the current state of the existing system of education in the Russian Federation and analyses the main problems of the development of human resources potential within the tourism industry, as well as the trends in the training of specialists in tourism and hospitality. The author emphasizes the need for training masters in tourism within the “Tourism” field of study and identifies ...
The philosophical and legal content of Sergey Hessen’s concept of personality
... the notion of culture — civilizedness, level of education, and civic virtue. He stressed that the personality and culture existed in a dialectical relationship. Hessen emphasised the primacy of personal freedom and the need to distinguish between freedom ... ... [Society and individual], Moscow.
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On the role of religion in N. N. Alekseev’s axiological model of law
... Rickert. Following to neo-kantian thinkers Alexeev indicates, that genesis of culture is measured because a priori values are exist. Therefore individual is not a creator of these values per se. Value became the basis of Alexeev’s philosophy of law. ... ... the state], Moscow, p. 386—624.
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Social inclusion of people with disabilities de jure and de facto: the included, the self-inclusive and the non-self-inclusive
The article presents an analysis of the social systems, in which human health is not limited to its inclusion in social relations, processes and practices. The main aim of this research work ... ... a limited number of research works on the problem determined the need for a new integrative analysis and synthesis of the existing theories and empirical facts. The evolution of the concepts of social integration and inclusion of people with disabilities ...
Georges Gurvitch and Sergey Hessen on the Possibility of Forming Social Unity
... 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 ... ... Journal of the Higher School of Economics, 4, pp. 63-74. (In Rus.)
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Darwinism as the Missing Link in Kant’s Critical Philosophy
... believe that Darwinism is such a link which bolsters the central but ungrounded thesis of the Critique of Pure Reason on the existence of a priori synthetic judgments. The synthesis of Darwinism and critical philosophy dictates, however, a substantial ... ... and A. Wood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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Language as a system of world outlook in A. Losev’s conception
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onthological essence of language, self-understanding, other-wordly existence, name, human
language activities, apophatism, communication, interpretative semantics, inferential pragmatics
Translation of sociolect texts
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Hermeneutics of Guilt in Johannes Bobrowski’s Works
The poetic destiny of the outstanding German poet and novelist Johannes Bobrowski is being considered. His poetology in the most complicated synthesis of antinomic semantics and metrics is being analyzed. The existence of guilt with its exacerbated spirit of his Christian humanity’s eschatological personalism in creative work of Bobrowski is being emphasized. The conclusion about the essential equality of his poetic language and being/nothingness in his understanding is being made.
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Seeming confusion in interpretation: George Berkeley and Immanuel Kant
... focuses on the methods and images of constructing a philosophical model that Kant borrowed from his predecessors. The status of existence of the external world in the space of Berkeley’s philosophy and its influence on Kant’s system are analysed as one ... ....Pennsylvania, 1995.
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Framework for the Analysis of Geography of Transnational Corporations Investments Abroad
This article develops a methodology for studying the geography of companies — an area of human geography that remains understudied in Russia. The authors refer to foreign direct investment (FDI) studies to stress the ... ... localisation concepts (e. g. the Uppsala model and hierarchical/wave diffusion models) are considered an important contribution to the existing theoretical framework for studying FDI geography. Various patterns of spatial d istribution of FDI are examined taking ...
Satisfaction of Polish Bank Employees with Incentive Systems: An Empirical Approach
This article considers employee satisfaction with incentive systems. Strict requirements for the efficiency of human resource management (HRM) and internal public relations make it a major management problem. The importance of this study ... ... of such incentives on employee satisfaction. The authors advance the thesis that male bank employees are more satisfied with existing incentive systems than their female counterparts. The discussion is supported by empirical research based on a sample ...
Neo-Kantian and phenomenological axiology in N. N. Alekseev’s philosophy of law
... essence of law within Aleseev’s philosophy. It is shown that Alekseev uses Windelband's distinction between the due and the existing as a convenient methodological technique for understanding features of social phenomena. The article considers the context ... ... variety of a priori. Materials of the International Conference on the Philosophy Faculty of Russian State University for the Humanities, 19—20 April 2012. Ed. by A. N. Krouglov], Moscow, P. 129—147.
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Lingvocultural Transfer: a Myth as a Meme
... transmitting information from a tradition to a tradition, from a generation to a generation, whereas the least attractive myths exist at the moment of communication and are unlikely to be replicate by other generations. The authors hold that a linguocultural ... ... transfer of information from one generation to another, due to the attractiveness of the memes of this or that myth for the human psyche.
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Is Spinoza’s Ethics Heteronomous in the Kantian Sense of the Term?
... which vividly contradicts some of the boldest heteronomous renditions of Spinoza’s ethics. Then I move on to argue for the existence of conditions in Spinoza’s thought that make every heteronomous interpretation of his practical philosophy extremely ... .... These are i) identification of moral value in the quality of an agent’s law-oriented motivation, ii) distinction between human nature as rational and affective, ascribing different sets of laws to each, iii) endowment of reason with moral content,...
Categorization as a basic cognitive procedure
The article provides an overview of the existing theories of categorization and their critical analysis categorization is a basic cognitive process, providing a basis ... ...
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Lexical explicators of the modality of necessity in the Old and New Testament (the Synodal translation into Russian)
... New Testament differs from that in the Old Testament. In the Old Testament texts, necessity is perceived primarily as a legal and social law, whereas in the New Testament it is understood as a moral duty. This contributes to the Christian idea of the existence of a legal and social law and a higher, moral law, which are not always identical. Using the findings of this study, I describe the formation of the division between the spiritual and social aspects of duty in human consciousness and identify the causes of contradictions between the spiritual and social duty.
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Theoretical Aspects of Cross-border Integration-based Economic Cooperation
... analyses theoretical aspects of border economy in the conditions of modern processes of integration. The author describes the existing schools and concepts of integration stressing the role of government regulation relating to the deformations in the development ... ... New York. October 1934.
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Pechora scrolls: St. Augustine’s miracle of the revelation of the Elder
... different genres. The authors explore one of these documents — St. Augustine’s Miracle of the Revelation of the Elder, which exists in two different Pechora documents. One of them is a hagiographic text created by the famous Ust-Tsilma scribe and editor ... ... Pechora scribe I. S. Myandin]. Vestnik Syktyvkarskogo universiteta. Seriya gumanitarnykh nauk, [Syktyvkar University Bulletin. Humanities Series], 2, pp. 20—35 (in Russ).
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