Knowledge Management and the Increase of SME Competitiveness: a Case Study
... processes on the economic activity of businesses in the Latvian region of Latgale is considered. To assess the role of knowledge and knowledge management processes, the authors apply integrated metrics calculated with the help of correlation analysis based on a 2013 survey of managers and staff of SMEs in Latgale. An assessment of the role of knowledge and knowledge management processes in SMEs of Latgale region using the SPSS programme shows that the knowledge and experience of employees have is at an average level of development — from 2.9 to 3.6 on a 5 point scale. It suggests the possibility ...
An Model of An Knowledge Base for Mobile Systems
A model of a knowledge base based on Petri net is considered.
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Sustainable development of the city territorial capital: adaptive policy through the geography of knowledge
... remoteness of individual cities from each other, their diversity in size, development level, knowledge specialization makes it important to manage the diversification of knowledge. In this study, a science-related approach was used to assess the knowledge generation based on the publication activity analysis of 2013—2017 according to the international abstract database of Scopus scientific citation. The study includes 440 cities with at least 1 publication. Based on the results of the study, Russian cities fall ...
I. Kant and J. Jungius: on the development of critical tradition in the 17th century German philosophy
... 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 theoretical and empirical knowledge.
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An use of information technologies in a system of knowledge control
The article dwells upon a problem of building the educational process in the informational society. А modern education requires continuous quality improvement of the educational process, оne of the bases of which is pedagogical knowledge control. The article is devoted to the problem of the use of information technologies in the system of knowledge control. The article covers the issues of user experience of the test system of knowledge control, variants of question types, tasks,...
Potential of Russian-Indian scientific cooperation (the case of western border regions of Russia)
... of innovations. The article assesses the potential for enhancing Russian-Indian interaction in various fields of scientific knowledge. The geography of the study is 268 cities of India and 44 cities of the Western borderland of Russia. The research hypothesis ... ... scientific and technological (S&T) development and the priorities of national scientific systems. The research methodology is based on spatial scientometrics. The data source is the international abstract scientific citation base Dimensions. The authors ...
The dynamics of agricultural land use in the North-West of Russia and the Baltic countries
... own model of agricultural land use. The analysis of its dynamics in the North-West of Russia and the Baltic countries was based on the following parameters: the area of cultivated agricultural land and the rate of change, the grain yield and its dynamics.... ... geography. North Holland, 2004.
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Kant versus Vladimir Solovyov: gnosiology with reflection and without it
This article seeks to compare Immanuel Kant's and Vladimir Solovyov's gnosiologies. The comparison is based on the philosophers' attitude to reflection — a basic cognitive mechanism. 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 ...
The background knowledge as a language indicator of the intentional manipulative proposition
The article deals with the problem of language manipulation by the recipient’s perception with the help of the background knowledge. The special
emphasis is given to the description of the manipulative technique. The research is based on the texts of Russian and American political discourse.
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Realisation of the pragmatic potential of intertextuality in political discourse
The article discusses the pragmatic potential of inter-textual inclusions in political discourse and how this potential is determined by the commonly shared precedent knowledge held in the cognitive base of all the members of the society. The paper touches upon the notion of precedent texts which have a unique system of commonly shared mental images and associations easily elicited in native speakers’ consciousness. That makes it possible for the ...
Transcendental reflection and the ideal of pure reason in Kant’s works
This article discusses the problem of correlation between the two fundamental concepts of Kantian philosophy — transcendental reflection and the ideal of pure reason. Based on the analysis of Kant’s three Critiques, the author demonstrates that the ideal of pure reason can be described as a goal that defines the shape of knowledge in any field of activity, whereas transcendental reflection is a means to embody the ideal of pure reason in practice, i. e. to apply it to concrete disparate and multifarious empirical material.
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The Real Target of Kant’s “Refutation”
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Network Transformations in Economy
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The application of the Web 2.0 technology as a tool of developing informal media education
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The concept of “network” in the system of basic concepts of regional economic geography
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Translation of postmodern terminology in the philosophical works by M. Foucault, J. Baudrillard, and J. Derrida
... postmodernist philosophers Michel Foucault, Jean Baudrillard and Jacques Derrida. Postmodernism as a philosophical movement is based on the concept of radical plurality. It is characterised by the multiplicity of dimensions and types of analysis. The authors ... ... peculiarities of the translation of Derrida's treatise into Russian.
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Ways to improve soft skills model for teaching topographic anatomy and operative surgery
... in studying clinical anatomy cases. The findings suggest that traditional assessment methods neither improve academic performance nor contribute to «knowledge longevity». Using digital anatomical maps, however, is positively associated with better knowledge of the discipline. Teamwork on clinical anatomy cases while employing interactive 3D anatomical atlases, learning surgical skills as part of a surgical team, and role reversal increase motivation and build the foundations of new clinical thinking based on a rational combination of hard and soft skills.
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Motors for regional development: impact on regional political organizations on the university cooperation in the Baltic Sea region
... organizations, as perceived by the universities in the region and political decision-makers on national and regional levels. Based on the success of the OECD in becoming an influential actor in educational policies, this article discusses different strategies ... ... Basingstoke, pp. 40—56.
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Impact of remigration on the worksphere under Covid-19: the case of Lithuania
... to investigate the impact of Covid-19 on the transfer of remigrants’ social remittances to the work sphere. The article is based on 15 interviews with highly-qualified remigrants and five interviews with their colleagues working in Lithuania. The interviews ... ....22857.70249
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A semiotic approach to construction of information systems in the field of security
The paper is devoted to issues of semiotic approach for the design of information security systems, based on knowledge extraction from semistructured sources. The problems of developing of optimal variants for the prevention of threats to decision support systems. The technique continuous monitoring of text messages, identify the events and situations and develop ...
Coastal and western border centers in the system of large cities of modern Russia: socio-economic and innovation development.
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The flow form of economic matter movement and the concept of levels
Every science uses the concepts, in which the knowledge accumulated by it is concentrated. The methodology of economic logistics is a general theoretical approach to studying material and related flows in economic systems that based on a special understanding of reality within a certain philosophical framework. As science, logistics applies the laws of organization of elements into a functional whole as a result of the practices of logistic structure formation. Alongside general ...
Aesthetics in the system of Paul Natorp’s philosophy
... generating laws of cultural creation. It is emphasised that, in P. Natorp’s system, the aesthetic has its own creative dynamics based on the feelings of the individual immediately connected with the aesthetic experience: it is only in the field of the aesthetic ... ... systematics in the opportunity of constitution of the contents of the meaning of being and the search for concrete fields of knowledge immediately related to philosophy. It is shown that, in the late work Philosophical systematics, he identifies autonomous ...
Development of quasi-symbols based on connotations of verbal units meanings
... unit is chosen due to the connotations included in the composition of its sememes. In the process of transferring a verbal unit into a cultural system, connotations are moved to the nuclear part of the new sememe of the cultural sign. Thus, cultural knowledge is transferred to the language system, and then verbal signs are transferred to the culture system. Since the cultural intent of the quasi-symbol is modeling the behavior of the interpreter, the development of symbols is based on connotations that reflect cultural attitudes, ideologies, and norms.
language, culture, semantics, connotation, quasi-symbol
Enigma of magnetism in the mystery of the romantic spirit of E. T. A. Hoffmann (based on the novel «Der Magnetiseur»)
The novel “Magetizer” is viewed within the intellectual and ideological context of E. T. A. Hoffmann’s era, who was characterized, on the one hand, by the progress of scientific knowledge, and on the other, by the success of imaginary parascientific concepts. In particular, the authors trace the connection of Hoffmann's artistic thought with the ideas of Mesmer and the secret knowledge of Freemasonry popular at the beginning ...
Methods of spatial scientometrics in the study of countries and region
The article focuses on the approaches that explain the essence of scientometrics as a set of methods for studying science. The paper also discusses the use of scientometric instruments in the spatial analysis of the geography of knowledge. The countries of the Baltic region were taken as an example. The empirical base of the research was the international database Scopus and an analytical tool for monitoring and analyzing scientific research — SciVal. On the basis of three methods of spatial scientometrics, the main aspects of the publication activity of selected ...
The open method of coordination as a new form of governance: features, characteristics, prospects of application
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Methodological bases for the analysis of the strategic potential of learning organisations
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strategic potential, learning organization, dynamic capabilities, integrated training base, knowledge resources.
A transcendental analysis of mathematics: The abstract nature of mathematical knowledge
... 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 ... ... are of abstract nature (a-obj¬ects vs. the-objects) and are introduced (defined) within Hume’s principle of abstraction. Based on his doctrine of schematism, Kant develops an original theory of abstraction: Kant’s scheme serve as a means to construct ...
Big data in modern education
... rapid development of technology. The author explores new approaches to the modernization of the system of education, which are based on big data technologies, including unstructured data. The article offers techniques and tools that could help to solve ... ... (дата обращения: 07.11.2017).
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The metaphysics of science
... experience of building a system of transcendental metaphysics combined with mathematics and physics shows that philosophy of science is necessary for solving the most important problems of the humanity rather than analysing or synthesising scientific knowledge or development it. Philosophy of science proper should be based on Aristotle’s idea of metaphysics revisited in view of metaphysics of self-consciousness and the doctrine of practical reason, freedom, identity, and dignity of a human being as a personality. It should also embrace the idea of world history ...
The methodological bases of comparative evaluation of sci¬entific and technological potential of Russia and the EU: regional and international aspects
... and the EU, which made it possible to compar the data. The article presents the result of the application of this methodology based on a comparative evaluation of the scientific and technological potential of Russia (Northwestern federal district) and ... ... informacionnogo obwestva i jekonomiki znanij [The system of indicators and monitoring of the development of the information society and knowledge economy], Vestnik mezhdunarodnyh organizacij: obrazovanie, nauka, novaja jekonomika [International Organisations Research ...
A triune community: Fichte’s family law against the background of Kant’s practical philosophy (II)
... this field. In Fichte’s theory, special attention is paid to the nature and legal effects of a legitimate divorce interpreted based on his moral anthropology of sexes as a moral fact and a legal status. A divorce, once accomplished in the moral substance,... ... jestestvennogo prava soglasno prinzipam naukoucheniya [Foundations of Natural Right according to the Principles of the Science of Knowledge], Moscow.
marriage, divorce, separation, concubinage, compulsion, love, legal personality, honour, Kant, Fichte
J. N. Tetens’s ‘transcendental philosophy’ as a basic science¬ and criti¬cal propaedeutics to metaphysics
... primary objective is to defend metaphysics against the opponents, the most serious of which, in Tetens’s opinion, is D. Hume. In this connection, Tetens sharply criticises traditional empiricism and develops a new perspective on experience and the bases of its certainty. The main target of his critique is ‘popular philosophy’, which appeals to common understanding; he seeks to defend it from the criticism of systemic knowledge in general and metaphysics in particular. In the argument between the advocates of the Leibniz-Wolff geometric philosophy and their opponents — enlighteners-eclecticists and pietists, Tetens manages to take a neutral position conducting a ...
Kant’s appearance as an objective-objectual [gegenständlich] representation
... distinction between things-in-themselves and appearances. On the other hand, our method of cognition is representative in that is based on representations — subjective and objective (objectual) ones. A synthesis of the above considerations suggests that ... ... appearances in Kant, in: The Monist, vol. 51, no. 3, Kant Today: Part I, p. 426—441.
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16. Bird, G., 2006,...
A transcendental analysis of mathematics: The constructive nature of mathematics
... 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 ... ... ‘physical’ objects, mathematical objects are of abstract nature and they are introduced using Hume’s principle of abstraction. Based on the doctrine of schematism, Kant develops an original theory of abstraction: Kant’s schemes serve as a means to construct ...
Satisfaction of Polish Bank Employees with Incentive Systems: An Empirical Approach
... satisfied with existing incentive systems than their female counterparts. The discussion is supported by empirical research based on a sample of 1, 920 Polish bank employees. The article is divided into five sections. The introductory section is followed ... ... (JBRMR), Vol. 9, no. 1, p. 98—109.
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Managerial skills and the strategic potential of organisations
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The notion of necessity in the German philosophy of the¬ Enlighten¬ment
... Opravdanie Boga na osnove ego spravedlivosti, soglasovannoj s prochimi ego sovershenstvami i vsemi ego dejstvijami [Apology of God based on His justiceconcerted with his perfection and all his actions] in: Leibniz, G. W. Sobranie sochineniy v 4 t. [Collected ... ... [Collected works in 4 volumes], vol. 3, Moscow.10. Leibniz, G. W. 1984в, Razmyshlenie o poznanii, istine i ideyah [Meditations on knowledge truth and ideas] in: Leibniz, G. W. Sobranie sochineniy v 4 tomah [Collected works in 4 volumes], vol. 3, Moscow.11....
Cooperation between a university and employers as a condi-tion for high-quality training of specialists in physical education and sports
The problem of education quality is of particular importance in modern conditions; it must be assessed based not only on the mastery of educational programs, but also on the successful implementation of and demand for the professional knowledge obtained. The region’s geopolitical position makes it necessary to provide university graduates with competitive competences. Therefore, active cooperation between a university and employers makes it possible to modernise the process of training ...
Modern educational technologies in the development of cognitive independence of technical and humanities students
Computer and interactive technologies facilitate the development of ideas of computer-assisted learning, suggest absolutely new technological variant of teaching based on the unique capabilities of modern computers and telecommunications, which will allow students to deal competently with educational and self-educational problems, integrate and use certain elements of their knowledge, take advantage of learning experience, and take responsibility for education received.
Болонский процесс: структурная реформа высшего образования Европы....
The factors and pedagogical conditions for the development of general cultural competences of cadets in the current educational process at a military university
Based on the competence-based approach to education in line with the goals and vectors of human activities in a knowledge society, the author thoroughly analyses the current educational process at a military university in view of its contribution to the general cultural development of cadets. The author attempts to analyse the factors facilitating and inhibiting ...
Lessing’s Hamburg Dramaturgy in the “codes of hope” discourse of the Enlightenment
... ability of people to unite in moral intersubjectivity through existential purification in the realm of beauty. This hope is based on Lessing’s pantheistic belief in the unbreakable unity between nature and the truth manifested in the code of the category ... ... existential, theory of catharsis.
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Rural areas of russia’s north-west borderland: problems and development paths
... internal resources, bottom-up initiatives supported by the authorities, extensive use of innovations, the Internet, and scientific knowledge. The study takes into account and assesses the heterogeneity of rural areas by producing a typology of districts built ... ... borderlands were confirmed to have a unique and diverse resource potential that is sufficient to ensure their sustainable development based on the non-endogenous approach.
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rural development, functions, multifunctionality, geographical image,...
Research of an self-organising effect in decision support computer systems on example of multi-agent systems
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The journal “1812”and the 100th anniversary of the Patriotic War of 1812
... disseminated a set of values amongst the readership, having an equal or lower educational, cultural and social status. The knowledge of the language of the journal and the specificity of its semantics allows translating the meanings encoded in the ... ... Russian”]. Moscow (in Russ.).
Golikova, N. I., 2001. On the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Patriotic War of 1812 (based on materials from the Vologda province). In: A. V. Gorbunov, ed. Otechestvennaya voina 1812 goda. Istochniki. Pamyatniki....
Edmund Husserl’s phenomenology and a cognitive-semantic interpretation of Kant’s transcendentalism
... The variant defines the objective thing in itself as an empirical object that affects our sensibility. The second variant is based on the question ‘On what ground rests the relation of what we call representation in us to the object?’, as Kant put ... ... realist interpretation of Husserl’s philosophy. At its core is a fundamental principle of phenomenology — the validation of knowledge by a reflective examination of its premises and the everyday experience through which it is obtained. It is stressed ...
I. Kant on religion, faith, god, and church
The article analyses the leading concepts and provisions of Kant's philosophy of religion. The findings are based on a comparative analysis of the German philosopher’s major works on the philosophical doctrine of religion, namely Lectures ... ... constituting the logic of Kant’s reasoning. In the Lectures, this object is theology as a scientific discipline concerned with knowledge of god, whereas, in Religion, it is believers with their predispositions and capacities, generic and individual characteristics....
The value fundamentals of the “we image” in Russian culture through the prism of mother-child communication
... analysis of communicative interaction between a mother and a child in the Russian national linguistic and cultural community. Based on the author’s video corpus of interactions in the mother-child dyads, a number of maternal communication techniques ... ... in language // In¬tegrational linguistics and history. London, 2006. Р. 200—223.
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A triune community: Fichte’s family law against the background of Kant’s practical philosophy (I)
Based on Fichte’s Foundations of Natural Right, recently published in Russian for the first time, this article investigates ... ... jestestvennogo prava soglasno prinzipam naukoucheniya [Foundations of Natural Right according to the Principles of the Science of Knowledge], Moscow.