Kant’s appearance as an objective-objectual [gegenständlich] representation
... which Kant himself described as transcendental idealism. On the one hand, Kant’s transcendentalism rests on the 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 Kant’s transcendentalism rests on the [conceptual] triad — ‘[objective] object (thing-in-itself; Ding an sich) —appearance (Erscheinung) — and [mental] representation (Vorstellung)’. Kant’s transcendental ...
Types of Representational Content in Kant
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The Nature of Appearance in Kant’s Transcendentalism: A Seman- tico-Cognitive Analysis
... (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 object, but just a designation of the object (KrV, B 235). Thus, appearance cannot be understood ontologically as a physical object or a relation. At the same time, an appearance is not identical to its representation,...
The Paradox of Kant’s Transcendental Subject in German Philosophy in the Late Eighteenth Century
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transcendental subject, transcendental object, thing-in-itself, representation, subject of representation, object of representation
Margarita V. Rouba
Kant’s transcendentalism and concept of the thing in itself
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Verb collocations of the semantic field «Memory» with the component ‘Vergangenheit’ in the German media
The article analyzes verb collocations of the semantic field “Memory” with the component ‘Vergangenheit’, which are ... ... collocations, the internal organizational structure of the lexical set, subjectivity and objectivity, key words’ functions, internal or external transitivity / intransitivity... ... mental memory model are revealed. The author determines the regularities of the analyzed representation of memory and past in the German language, concludes about spatio-activity...
Edmund Husserl’s phenomenology and a cognitive-semantic interpretation of Kant’s transcendentalism
... famous question as to how synthetic judgments are possible a priori. 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 it in his letter to Herz. The subjective thing in itself is defined as a transcendental object and/or phenomenon. It is emphasised that, in a certain sense, the second variant of S. L. Katrechko’s interpretation antecedes Husserl’s ...
The Problem of the Relationship between Apperception, Self-Consciousness and Consciousness in Kant’s Critical Philosophy
... consciousness is a reflexive cognitive capacity which provides access to representations in our soul and allows us to distinguish them and to connect them. Self-consciousness is the mode of the functioning of consciousness which makes it possible to study three objects of consciousness: internal and external representations of the subject, the synthetic activity of understanding and our soul. Apperception is the Latin synonym of the concept of Selbstbewußtsein and is aimed at studying the unity of our representations. Because Kant distinguishes multiple ...
Report of the ‘Transcendental Turn in Contemporary Philosophy 2’ International Seminar (Moscow, 27—29 April 2017)
This is a report of the international workshop «Transcendental Turn in Contemporary Philosophy 2: Kant’s ... ... transcendentalism: thing in itself (Ding an sich) — appearance (Erscheinung) — representation (Vorstellung), (3) to analyse the distinction between Kant’s concepts... ...
Howell, R. 2017, Analytic Work on Kant — Idealism, Things-in-themselves, and the Object of Knowledge, in: Kantovsky sbornik [Kantian Journal], vol. 36, no. 4, pp. 31—50...
Representation of projective connections on the SH -distribution of the projective space
Projective connections defined by projection and associated to subbundles , L, E of the strong dual threefold distribution (the SH -distribution) of the projective space are constructed. Coverages of torsion-curvature ... ... Чебоксары, 1992.
distribution, projective connection, subbundle, torsion-curvature tensor, projective connection object, geometrical object, geometrical object coverage
The concept “people” in the Cadet Party rhetoric
The article considers the interpretation of the concept “people” by the Constitutional Democratic Party supporters. This ... ... of the entire “people.” Cadet faction in the State Duma turned it into a popular representation. Although only the Constituent Assembly convened on the basis of universal... ... Journalistic chronicle. 1905—1906]. St. Petersburg (in Russ.).
Milyukov, P. N., 1916. The objectives of the war. Ezhegodnik gazety «Rech’» na 1916 god [Yearbook of the Rech...
Poetry as a space for cognitive research: Czesław Miłosz and Howard Nemerov
The article is focuses on the interaction of artistic and scientific discourses: scientific thinking into poetry. Based on two ... ... image of reality. Cz. Miłosz and H. Nemerov build a similar route for the verbal representation of the world. The process breaks down into several elements like nomination... ... Proust Was a Neuroscientist. Boston ; N. Y., 2007.
26. Manzotti R. Experiences are Objects. Towards a Mind-object Identity Theory // Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia...
Associative-semantic network principle of human mental thesaurus organization
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Automatic System for Determining the Angles of Scoliotic Deformity of the Human Spine
... common disease among children and adults. A standard method for assessing the severity of scoliosis is to measure the Cobb angle. However in some cases the Cobb angle may... ... artificial convolutional neural networks and subsequent algorithmic processing. The objective of the developed program is to measure the angles of scoliotic deformation... ... Method for Stochastic Optimization // The 3rd International Conference for Learning Representations, 2015. arXiv:1412.6980v9 [cs.LG].
16. Reddi S., Kale S., Kumar S. On...
Kant’s transcendentalism as a transcendental paradigm of philo¬so¬phiz¬ing
... thinking" (CPR, B81)). This interpretation of transcendentalism is based on the cognitive-semantic reading of the Critique in the light of Kant’s question formulated in a letter to M. Herz (of February 21, 1772): “What is the ground of the relation of that in us which we call “representation” to the object?” (R. Hanna) and the modern interpretation of Kant that was called the “two aspects” interpretation (H. Allison). Whereas classical metaphysics interprets knowledge as a relation between the (empirical) subject and the object, the transcendental ...
The features of metaphors in “prophetic” dreams
This article addresses the issue of the specific features of the metaphor in “prophetic” dreams. The following features are identified as specific: the representation of the specific through the specific (abstract semantics is ensured by metonymy), spontaneity, integration into cultural contexts, elimination of functional borders between nominativity and predicativity, closeness to the object and cognitive metaphors. The author arrives at a conclusion that, in dreams, the metaphor brings together the rational ...
Interaction of comparative structures and their elements in modern russian prose
... relations or involves a combination of metaphors and similes in the text based on various relations between elements of the same semantic field. Along with the indicated types of interaction, the article describes cases of multiple images of one depicted object and representation of different objects in a unified figurative way. These cases are characterized as a special type of interaction of comparative tropes. The article highlights the main source domains of interacting tropes. The most frequent semantic classes of metaphors ...
The study of the organization of the concept ‘system’ in the Russian language consciousness
The article analyses certain types and results of the categorization of system objects reflected in the modern Russian language. Using methods of traditional and cognitive semantics, the author explores linguistic representations of categorization levels in the understanding of the ‘system’ phenomenon. The author attempts to correlate the identified classification rubrics with various knowledge formats as well as to consider the structure and content of these ...
The numerological code in Nikolai Kononov’s short story “Tripartite Sibling”
Based on N. Kononov’s short story, this article analyses the numerological code relating to the generation of the plural from the singular I (ego). An increase in the number of objects is accounted for by the dynamic equation N = N+1. The author examines both the visible and hidden techniques of the code representation based on the game possibilities of the language and intertextual references.
1. Песни и романсы русских поэтов. М. ; Л., 1963.
2. Дмитровская М. Коли муза Клио: история души ...
Evaluation of a work of art in journalistic texts: E. Vodolazkin’s novel Lavr
The author analyses the process of evaluating works of art in media texts and highlights the main stages of this process. The author proposes a methodology for analyzing speech forms of journalistic representation of a work of art based on the achievements of modern Russian intentional stylistics. Using examples of literary ... ... evaluation, which is reflected in the language forms of journalistic works. This structure of evaluation reflects a change in the object of evaluation.
1. Арутюнова Н. Д. Типы языковых значений: Оценка. Событие....
The linguistic representation of subjective time in Florian Illies’s novel Generation Golf zwei
This article is based on the postulate that there are objective and subjective forms of time. I consider means to explicate subjective time in literature, using the novel Generation Golf zwei by the contemporary German author, Florian Illies. In this autobiographical novel, Illies goes heavy on self-irony to draw a psychological portrait ...
Language as a person's achievement and as a self-organizing system
The article explores the basic properties of language as a person’s achievement. The author proceeds from the interpretation ... ... of language proposed by L. V. Shcherba and A. A. Zalevskaya, in which language is represented as a socio-personal continuum of linguistic phenomena of different ontology... ... деятельность. М., 2004.
Yakovlev A. A.
aspects of language, self-organizing system, object of linguistics, human factor in language, living knowledge, L. V. Shcherba...
The Emergence of Onto-Gnoseology among Russian Intuitivists as Criticism of Neo-Kantianism
... 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 of levels of the universe each of which is characterised by two aspects: the ontological, i.e. it is part of the unity of the world, and the gnoseological, i.e. it has an independent cognitive significance. Frank considers categories ...
The image schema of “border” and its lexical representations in the Russian language: modifications of space
This article deals with the “border” concept, which is considered with the help of Russian language material from the cognitive point of view: as a prototypical spatial object and as a functionally important schema for the structuring of different parts of linguistic world image relating to space.
1. Бабенко Л. Г. Предисловие // Концептосфера русского языка: ключевые ...
The problem of meaning in Social Semiotics: Max Weber today
A human activity is based on the constant creation, transmission and transformation of meanings and texts. All the forms of representation of this activity (culture, history, literature, art, politics, law, etc.) can be considered as semantic ensembles ... ...
Searle, J., 1995. The construction of social reality. New York.
Sense, social semiotics, Weber, behavior, subjective and objective meanings
Zolyan S. T.
Algorithm for creating conceptual metaphors
... important research issue in psycholinguistics and cognitive science. The analysis of the formation of a conceptual metaphor is relevant since it is a phenomenon associated... ... interdependence of the individual's thinking and the peculiarities of the language representation of certain concepts. Understanding the process of information transfer... ... conceptual metaphors is becoming one of the most important components of communication. The objective of this study is to describe the mental processes of the formation of conceptual...
A. A. Fet as a theoretical and practical adherent of pure art¬ and the prob-lem of the nature of poetry
This article is devoted to A. A. Fet’s philosophy of art. He is a representative of ‘pure art’ in Russian poetry, whose works were ... ... opposed to tendentious art serving the socio-political agenda ofthe time. However, the objective logic of nature of art made A. A. Fet’s poetry complimentary to revolutionary-democratic... .... 5.17. Shopengaujer, A. 1993, Mir kak volja i predstavlenie [The World as Will and Representation]. In: A. Shopengaujer. Mir kak volja i predstavlenie. «Nauka», Moscow...
Matrix Representation of the Kaliningrad Regional Accounts System: Experimental Development and Modelling Prospects
This article addresses the task of creating a regional Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) in the Kaliningrad region. Analyzing the behavior of economic systems of national and sub-national levels in the changing environment is one of the main objectives of macroeconomic research. Matrices are used in examining the flow of financial resources, which makes it possible to conduct a comprehensive analysis of commodity and cash flows at the regional level. The study identifies key data sources ...
The notion of necessity in the German philosophy of the¬ Enlighten¬ment
... which is used in different disciplines from logic to ontology. In the German philosophy of the Enlightenment, this concept was centralto the work of many thinkers. For them... ... 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 any possibility... ... filosofii [On the Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason. Worldas will and representation, vol. 1. Criticism of the Kantian philosophy], Moscow.13. Baumgarten...
Kant über inneren Sinn, Zeitanschauung und Selbstaffektion
The aim of this research is to explore what relations self-affection bears to the intuitions ... ... empirical synthesis of apprehension one is aware of both the empirical contents of representations and the mental actions performed on them, whereby I suggest that this... ... University.
Shoemaker, S., 1994. Self-Knowledge and “Inner Sense”. Lecture I: The Object Perception Model. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 54(2), pp. 249-269...