The idea of the universal resurrection in N. F. Fedorov’s philosophy
The author investigates the essence of the idea of resurrection formulated in N. F. Fedorov’s philosophy of the common cause. The author shows a unique character of the thinker's theory. N. F. Fedorov's ideas echo with those of immortalism, a modern philosophical direction.
1. Бердяев Н. А. Религия воскрешения («Философия общего дела» Н. Ф. Фёдорова) / Грезы о Земле и небе. СПб., 1995.
2. Варава ...
The teaching on postulates in Kant’s lectures on philosophical theory of religion
... between The Critique of Pure Reason and Critique of Practical Reasons, these lectures contain a number of explanations contributing to a better understanding of both Critiques. In particular, this holds true for the postulates of the existence of god and immortality of the soul and their role on Kant’s ethical system.
1. Кант И. Критика практического разума // Кант И. Собр. соч. : в 8 т. М., 1994а. Т. 4.
2. Кант И. Критика способности ...
Moral und Dogma: Alois Riehls Neukantianismus im Spannungsfeld zwischen Religion und Politik
... background, which is important for an understanding of Morals und Dogma. Originally this essay was an expert opinion for the court case of the socialist H. Tauschinski who was accused of blasphemy. Tauschinski wrote an article in which he doubted the immortality of the soul and the existence of a personal God. These two dogmas of the Catholic Church were considered bу the Austrian authorities to be the foundations of public order. Riehl questioned not only the charge but also the validity of religious ...
The thought of death and overcoming of death in B. Pasternak’s cycle ‘Some Songs in Letters So She Won’t Be Bored’
The intertextual connections with the Bible found in the cycle ‘Songs in Letters So She Won’t Be Bored’ (My Sister Life, 1917) help identify the features of artistic expression of the Christian ideas of immortality in the early works of B. Pasternak. An analysis of the author’s symbolism shows that the philosophising persona of Pasternak’s book ponders on death looking for the ways to overcome it. The way to overcome “boredom”— death is the ...
The ordinary person in the fictional world of Alexander Galich
Alexander Galich, a prominent singer-songwriter, built a gallery of socio-psychological types, central to which was the image of the ordinary Soviet person. This article focuses on the motif of death/immortality as a plot component describing the fate of a small person in Galich’s poetry. The place of the ordinary person in Galich’s creative ‘characterology’ is identified. The groundwork for a classification of the ordinary person types ...
The concept of postulate in Kant's philosophy
... Uebele. Berlin, 1913. Bd. 1.
29. Wolff Chr. Mathematisches Lexicon. Leipzig, 1716.
30. Wolff Chr. Philosophia rationalis sive Logica. Leipzig, 1740.
postulate, axiom, hypothesis, principle, fundamental principle, maxim, highest good, existence of God, immortality of soul, autonomy of will, faith
Kryshtop L. E.
Unvergängliche Bedeutung des philosophisch-pädagogischen Schaffens Kants
... Pädagogik // Deutsche Blätter für erziehenden Unterricht (Langensalza). 1910/1911. 38, № 12. S. 114—116.
four Kant's revolutions, the plan of the sensible world: upbringing of the 'citizen of the world', respect to the moral law, ideas: freedom, immortality of the soul and God, good will, duty and unconditional human worth, the sensitive as preparation for morality
Schatschina A. Ju.