Intellektuelle Anschauung und philosophische Schwärmerei. Kant und die Aufklärung des philosophierenden Subjekts
The article broaches the issue of Kant’s claim of the enlightenment of the philosophizing subject by tracing his criticism of philosophical enthusiasm (“Schwärmerei”). For Kant intellectual intuition (“intellektuelle Anschauung”) serves in case of philosophical enthusiasm as a reason for the justification of philosophical knowledge. This determination is a threat for his project of enlightenment, because it entices the philosophizing ...
What is Kantian Philosophy of Mathematics? An Overview of Contemporary Studies
... and comments are based on the texts contained in this collection. I first examine the more general questions which have to do not only with the philosophy of mathematics, but also with related areas of Kant’s philosophy, e. g. the question: What is intuition and singular term? Then I look at more specific questions, e. g.: What is the subject of arithmetic and what is the significance of diagrams in mathematical reasoning? As a result, the reader is presented with a fairly complete overview of modern ...
Kant über inneren Sinn, Zeitanschauung und Selbstaffektion
The aim of this research is to explore what relations self-affection bears to the intuitions of inner sense. I propose that self-affection makes some contribution to formal intuitions and empirical consciousness by arguing that the functions of self-affection consist respectively in conceptualising and conscious-making. I begin by ...
I. Kant in the development of N. O. Lossky’s philosophical views: The case of a translation
... special attention of Lossky. These include the fundamental logical issues of the essence of logical connection, the nature of judgement and inference, and that of the synthetic and analytic. The article addresses the interpretation of the concept of ‘intuition’ by Lossky and the influence of this interpretation on the translation of Kant’s Anschauung.The author identifies a number of reasons that inspired the intuitivist to translate the CPR. Fol¬lowing Kant’s philosophy, Lossky had sufficient ...
Types of Representational Content in Kant
... attributed to Kant’s account of representation. The more specific aim is to examine which of these types of content can be regarded as possible without the application of concepts. In order to answer the question, I proceed as follows. First, I show how intuition (in Kant’s sense) can be seen as providing indexical content independently of empirical concepts. Second, I show in what sense the generation of spatial content can be regarded as non-categorial. A key distinction is that a perceptual examination ...
The Emergence of Onto-Gnoseology among Russian Intuitivists as Criticism of Neo-Kantianism
... doctrines and the development of their onto-gnoseological categorial apparatus were mainly connected with the criticism of the Neo-Kantian theory of cognition and the possibility of transcendent knowledge as such. The main sources of my study are The Intuitive Basis of Knowledge and The World as an Organic Whole by N. O. Lossky and The Object of Knowledge and The Unknowable by S. L. Frank. My investigation makes it possible to treat Lossky’s categorial framework as the representation of a system ...
A transcendental analysis of mathematics: The constructive nature of mathematics
... certain types of cognition aimed at justifying their objective significance. This article aims to explicate Kant’s understanding (resp. justification) of the abstract nature of mathematical knowledge (cognition) as the “construction of concepts in intuition” (see: “to construct a concept means to exhibit a priori the intuition corresponding to it”; [CPR, A 713/В 741], which is “thoroughly grounded on definitions, axioms, and demonstrations” [CPR, A 726/В 754]. Unlike specific ‘physical’ ...
Kant versus Vladimir Solovyov: gnosiology with reflection and without it
... If, according to Kant, the acquisition of true knowledge is impossible without reflection (including transcendental reflection), Solovyov builds his theory of knowledge on entirely different grounds, therefore, he has to rely on God and intellectual intuition in discovering the truth. Only having established the pros and cons of both gnoseologies, we can define whose theory — Kant’s or Solovyov’s — is more suitable to describe the process of cognition by a human being — a being in possession ...
A transcendental analysis of mathematics: The abstract nature of mathematical knowledge
... certain types of cognition aimed at justifying their objective significance. This article aims to explicate Kant’s understanding (resp. justification) of the abstract nature of mathematical knowledge (cognition) as the “construction of concepts in intuition” (see: “to construct a concept means to exhibit a priori the intuition corresponding to it”; [CPR, A713/В 741], which is “thoroughly grounded on definitions, axioms, and demonstrations” [CPR, A726/В 754]. Mathematical objects, unlike ...
Kant über Sein und Zeit und Denken und Sein. Selbsterkenntnis durch Selbstaffektion
... this judgment, contributing in a unique way to the clarification of a singular case of self-knowledge: In this case the thinking subject 1. thematises the act of judging “I think” by conferring on this act the specific logical, categorical form, 2. intuits this act under the temporal form of successively using “I ...” as subject and “… think” as predicate, 3. identifies him-/herself — at the same time — with the subject logically structuring this act as well as with the subject intuiting ...
A synthesis of genres in Andrey Bolotov’s memoirs
... the epistolary genre, the travelogue, the historical essay, etc. In the broad context of Bolotov’s works, the article shows that all those elements were not combined mechanically. A well-read and stylistically sensitive author, he was guided by an intuitive sense of appropriateness of each technique depending on the object of description and thus achieved a genuine synthesis of genres. Finally, it is concluded that this intuition and a clear understanding that his task was a thorough description ...
“The Turn towards Ontology” in Russian Neo-Kantianism in the Late 1910s and Early 1920s (Lev Salagov and Nikolai Boldyrev)
... other movements (for example, intuitivists). The analysis of the onto-epistemological projects of Russian Neo-Kantians makes important additions to the picture of the reception of Neo-Kantianism in Russia.
Boldyrev, N. V., 1922. Being and Knowledge, Intuition and Reason. Ontological Motives of Critical Philosophy. Mysl. Zhurnal Peterburgskogo filosofskogo obshchestva [Thought. Bulletin of the Russian Philosophical Society], 1, pp. 13-32. (In Russ.)
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Application of a final automatic device to SCADA problem
... realization of a part of a control system of the industrial equipment on the interface RS-485 is considered.
Пентус А.Е., Пентус М.Р.
Математическая теория формальных языков.
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Программирование мобильных устройств на платформе .
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The Nature of Appearance in Kant’s Transcendentalism: A Seman- tico-Cognitive Analysis
... “object (thing in itself) — appearance — representation.” Within this triad, on the one hand, appearance differs from both thing in itself (external to us) and the representation (within us). On the other hand, appearance as an object of empirical intuition mediates the objective thing and its subjective representation. The introduction of the concept of appearance allows Kant to solve the semantic problem of the conformity of the representation to the object. In this case, appearance is not an ...
The Philosophy of Vasily Sesemann and Marburg Neo-Kantianism
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Intellectualization of operational and technological control of regional electric power by cognitive hybrid intelligent systems. Part 2
... heterogeneous information by logical-symbolic methods has been studied and the results are widely used in practice. However, the questions of the right-handed, visual-figurative reasoning of the operator remain unexplored. Such reasoning provides intuitive decision-making based on the demonstrated image of the problem situation and the proposed options for understanding it,. This paper presents the results of the study of the subject of operational and technological management in the regional ...
Cognitive-semantic modelling of the metaphoric choice devices
The articles addresses the metaphor as a cognitive-semantic device. Metaphor is able to shed light on intuitive and creative mechanisms of thinking process, thus filling the blanks in the fund of logically objective human knowledge, which opens the possibility to describe abstract concepts of human mind in terms.
He predicted the fate poetically… The book Giordano Bruno as a covert confession of Lev Karsavin
(дата обращения: 12.02.2015).
9. Ванеев А. А. Два года в Абези. Памяти Л. П. Карсавина. Брюссель, 1990.
Karsavin, philosophy, confession, Giordano Bruno, double-truth theory, intuition, mysticism.
The second application of transcendental logic
10. Melnick A. Kant’s Analogies of Experience. Chicago; L., 1973.
11. Rohs P. Transzendentale Logik. Meisenheim am Glan, 1976.
12. Stuhlmann-Laeisz R. Kants Logik. B.; N. Y., 1976.
rules and laws of transcendental logic, schema, the axioms of intuition, anticipations of perception, analogies of experience, postulates of empirical thought
Semyonov V. Ye.
The Russian and American approaches to studying the phenomenon of “investigative mindset”
... Ломоносовские чтения — 2012 : сб. URL: /http://www.msusevastopol.net/science/publications/sb2012/lomonosov-2012.pdf
Volchetskaya T., Shamshiev P., Krasnov Ye.
investigative mindset, forensic mindset, comparative analysis, investigative intuition
The anarchist philosophy of Alexei Borovoy (on the history of Russian Bergsonianism)
The anarchist philosophy of Alexey Borovoy was developed under the influence of Henri Bergson’s intuition concept. Borovoy brought together the ideas proposed by Bergson, Bakunin, and Sorel. He combined the theory of anarchism and the practice of revolutionary syndicalism. Bergson’s ideas of liberty, creativity, irrationalism, and personalism ...
Edgar Poe’s World Model
... Science: A Cosmic Poet. URL:
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Usher Unveiled: Poe and the Metaphysic of Gnosticism.
Poe, Empedocles, and intuition in Eureka
Universe, monism, metaphysics, deism, pantheism, polytheism, intuitivism.
The variants of solutions to the problem of life saving in a casuistic situation by means of I. Kant's and A. Schopenhauer's ethics
... Abuse of Casuistry: a History of Moral Reasoning. University of California Press, 1997.
13. Kim S. B. The Formation of Kant’s Casuistry and Method Problems of Applied Ethics // Kant-Studien. 100. Jahrgang. 2009. H. 3. S. 332—346.
14. Kiowsky H. Die intuitive Erkenntnis bei Schopenhauer und Eduard von Hartmann // Prima Philosophia. 1997. Bd. 10. H. 1. S. 473—481.
15. Pickel G. Das Mitleid in der Ethik von Kant bis Schopenhauer. Erlangen, 1908.
casuistry, moral principles, the practice of medicine
Industrial enterprises of the Kaliningrad region: R&D models under the conditions of perceived risks
... кооперации Саратовский области) // Проблемы анализа риска. 2009. Т. 6, № 3. С. 58—63.
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11. Kahneman D. Maps of bounded rationality: a perspective on intuitive judgment and choice // Nobel Prize lecture. URL:
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12. Kasperson J. X., Kasperson R. E., Pidgeon N., Slovic P. The social amplification ...
Designing and developing a complex social engineering system based on fuzzy interval estimates
... Джекобсон А. Язык UML. Руководство пользователя. М. ; СПб., 2007.
20. Бабич А. В. Введение в UML. Лекция 5: Диаграмма активностей: крупным планом. URL:
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Pavlova K. A., Bereza N. V., Bereza A. N., Beglyarov V. V.
I. Kant and J. Jungius: on the development of critical tradition in the 17th century German philosophy
... knowledge. J. Jungius’s epistemological doctrine contains the following principles adopted by Kant: sensible experience and reason are necessary components of cognition, the initial object of cognition is the phenomena of sensible experience, sensible intuitions are a necessary but insufficient basis for the validity of our knowledge; the bases of validity of natural science knowledge are to be found within reason; only the principles of reason can guarantee the universal and essential nature of both ...
Aesthetics in the system of Paul Natorp’s philosophy
... contribution to the philosophy of the Marburg School and the justification of idealism. Philosophical aesthetics serves as a science and a link between the laws of nature and the moral world. The Neo-Kantian gives the lost connection to the sensible intuition back to aesthetics thus linking its significance to the field of the individual, inimitable, and singular manifestation of thecreative spirit. He sees the completion of Kant’s critical philosophy in the psychological bases of subjectivity ...
Imposture as a problem of reference: semiotics of the name in Boris Godunov
... the analysis of contexts of inappropriate use of a name in a situation of imposture, described in Pushkin's tragedy Boris Godunov, the author considers semiotic mechanisms of transformation and assignment of identity. The article shows that Pushkin's intuition allowed him to see the problems that arose in the analytical philosophy of the name of the second half of the 20th century. Pushkin consistently creates contexts in which the conditions of acceptability or unacceptability of deviating uses ...
How translations are willed into existence
This paper will argue that translations are willed into existence in three conceivable ways: pull, push and shuffle. Pull is the most intuitive form. It corresponds, for example, to a publishing house that decides to translate a foreign novel. Here, the initiative to invest in a new translation project is almost entirely located on the target side. The push mode, in contrast, can ...
Young ‘s body mass index and its im¬pact on the frequency and variability of the heart rhythm at quiet and after phy¬sical load
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23. Yadav R. L., Yadav P. K., Yadav L. K. et al. Association between obesity and heart rate variability indices: an intuition toward cardiac autonomic alteration — a risk of CVD // Diabetes Metab. Syndr. Obes. 2017. Vol. 10. P. 57—64.
Bondarenko V. F., Sudoplatov K. A., Kvitko G. V.
BWI, heart rate, autonomic regulation
Reception of Kant’s Epistemological Ideas in Fyodor Golubinsky’s Metaphysics
.... I come to the conclusion that Golubinsky borrowed some propositions of Kant’s theory of space and time, specifically, the procedure of identifying forms of sensibility — space and time — their a priori character, their being part of sensible intuitions and, finally, their definition as essential properties of sense perception. Golubinsky, unlike Kant, considers space and time to be objective. In his doctrine of the categories of understanding Golubinsky follows Kant in that the foundation ...
Deduction of Freedom vs Deduction of Experience in Kant’s Metaphysics
... deduction of categories, is preceded by transcendental reduction, which is absent in the deduction of freedom. Third, Kant orients the methodological movement of deductions in opposite directions. Theoretical deduction proceeds from pure forms of sensible intuition to concepts of understanding and thence to fundamental principles. Practical deduction proceeds from a priori principles to the concepts of the metaphysics of morals and thence to moral feelings. Fourth, deduction in the theoretical sphere forbids ...
Kant’s appearance as an objective-objectual [gegenständlich] representation
... ed. Philosophical Analysis (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press), p. 102—118.
19. Collins, A., 1999, Possible Experience: Understanding Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason, University of California Press.
20. Falkenstein, L., 1991, Kant's Account of Intuition, in: Canadian Journal of Philosophy, vol. 21, no. 2, p. 165—193.
21. Falkenstein, L., 1995, Kant's Intuitionism: A Commentary on the Transcendental Aesthetic, University of Toronto Press.
22. Horstmann, R.-P., 1997, Bausteine kritischer Philosophie....
Kantian Philosophy and ‘Linguistic Kantianism’
... “transcendentalism of the subject” and the “transcendentalism of the medium.” The transcendentalism of the subject assigns a central role to the faculties of the cognising subject (according to Kant, cognition is not the conforming of a subject’s intuitions and understanding to objects, but rather the application of a subject’s cognitive faculties to them). The transcendentalism of the medium assigns the role of an “active” element neither to the external world nor to the faculties of the ...
‘Back to Kant’ or ‘Back to Leibnitz’? A critical view from the history of Russian metaphysical personalism
... p. 435—471.
21. Losskiy N. O. 2008. Vospominaniya. Zhizn i filosofskiy put [Memories. Life and philosophical way] Moscow, 400 p.
22. Losskiy N. O. 1995. Chuvstvennaya, intellektualnaya i misticheskaya intuitsiya [Sensual, intellectual and mystical intuition]. Moscow, 400 p.
23. Nizhnikov S. A. 2005. Filosofiya Kanta v otechestvennoy mysli [Kant’s philosophy in native thought]. Moscow, 236 p.
24. Polovinkin S. M. 2002. Vladimir Solov'ev i russkoe neoleybnitseanstvo [Vladimir Solovyov and Russian ...