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Spatio-temporal patterns of knowledge transfer in the borderland
A key competitive advantage of a contemporary economy, knowledge, is distributed unevenly, tending to concentrate in cities and urban agglomerations. A border position translates into distinctive features of regional innovative development. In a favourable institutional context, proximity to a border strengthens transboundary cooperation and interaction between neighbouring regions. Although frequent social contacts across borders are well documented in the literature, the effect ...
The Philosophy of Vasily Sesemann and Marburg Neo-Kantianism
... According to Sesemann, the opposite of a rational, conceptual, mediated element of cognition is an irrational, non-mediated component. The irrational factor of knowledge is the problems faced by human reason, as well as a condition for the progress of knowledge. The Russian philosopher strives to develop an original philosophical structure that just partially transcends the Neo-Kantian school. He is strongly influenced by the phenomenological movement, although expressing certain criticism thereof. The author draws a parallel between Se-semann’s ...
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Approaches to entrepreneurship development through assessing the validity of economic knowledge
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The technology of students’ knowledge correction on the basis of pedagogical diagnostics
... little studied problem of correction of university students’ knowledge. The author describes the essence and features of knowledge correction in the educational process at university, its structural and conceptual models. The technology of students’ knowledge correction developed on the basis of this model is intrinsic to the technology of module education with the test/rating system if knowledge control and assessment. The article describes the content, diagnostic, and procedural components of the technology. An important ...
I. Kant and J. Jungius: on the development of critical tradition in the 17th century German philosophy
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... which brought ontology and gnoseology closer together. One can observe this process, for example, in the philosophical doctrines of the Russian intuitivists Nikolay Lossky and Semyon Frank. I demonstrate that the emergence of these 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 ...
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Relations between Russia and India in the academic and research space have been developing long. In modern history, the two countries act as strategic partners that aim at common development of priority areas of knowledge with high potential for the commercialization of results and the generation of innovations. The article assesses the potential for enhancing Russian-Indian interaction in various fields of scientific knowledge. The geography of the study is ...
On the international cooperation of North-West Russia in the field of innovations in the Baltic
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Assessment of Innovation and Investment Activity in the Region
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... determined by criticism and attempts to overcome the domination of epistemology in philosophy which was the result of the intensive development of Neo-Kantianism and the influence of Husserl’s phenomenology. Attempts to turn towards ontology were made both ... ... makes important additions to the picture of the reception of Neo-Kantianism in Russia.
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Spatial planning in the European Union and the Russian Federation
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A semiotic approach to construction of information systems in the field of security
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Methodological support for the “Human anatomy” discipline for undergraduate students in physical education
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Before constructing a new model of studying a discipline, it was im-portant to know what students thought of current methods of knowledge as-sessment. Two hundred seventy students were surveyed to explore their attitudes to testing, working with digital anatomical maps, and a possible improvement of the training process by using interactive 3D anatomical atlases and distance learning ...
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Energy and the Ways of its Conceptualisation in Cognition: an Attempt at an Epistemological Analysis
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Translating philosophical aesthetics: Peritext as a window into the translator's mind. Part 2
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Forecasting knowledge as a tool for cognizing political reality
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Transformations in the Communicative Characteristics of Political Discourse in the Current Information Space
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The metaphysics of science
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