Transformation of global value chains in Russia and the Baltics amid Covid-19: prospects for regionalization and implications for economic policy
... bilateral trade contributes little to the development of either side. The Baltics-Russian bilateral trade conducted within global value chains (GVC) and operations of multinational companies is much more resistant to geopolitical and economic shocks than traditional ... ... the transformation of the Baltics-Russian GVCs amid COVID-19. The research aims to prove regionalisation as a viable prospect for the transformation of global value chains in Russia and the Baltics. In the medium term, regionalisation is possible as (1) ...
Russia and the European Union: an elusive quest for common values?
This article focuses on the dialogue between the Russian Federation and the European Union based on “common values” (legal sphere and the rule of law), which form the framework for the EU-Russia “common spaces” — on the economy, freedom, security and justice, as well as in the field of research and education (including cultural aspects). The author analyses the current state of the EU-Russia dialogue (section 1), East-West ...
The methodological features of managing the value of companies introducing "green" innovations
... “green” (environmental) innovations. The next decade is expected to see a rapid growth in environmental innovations. Their organization and management will require modern — and adequate to the objectives set —technologies. One of those is the quest for value methodology. To date, the quest for value methodology has given rise to several conceptual approaches, which can be used to evaluate the effectiveness of environmental innovations. This article discusses the advantages and disadvantages of major ...
Transformation of life strategies of the individual under the conditions of armed conflict
... conditions of armed conflict, civilians undergo significant changes not only in their basic value orientations and beliefs, but also in their entire personality.
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Psychological aspects of security rituals in higher education institutions
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Gender and prosody: speech acts of demand
... phrases, measuring fundamental frequency (F0), sound intensity (volume) and syllable duration and analyzing the acquired data. This study provides F0, volume and syllable duration progression charts and analysis of F0, volume and syllable duration values.
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The Notion of Free Will in Sergey Hessen’s Conception of Culture
Sergey Hessen builds his philosophy of culture on Heinrich Rickert’s theory of values. Like Rickert, he believes that the individual plays a key role in the formation of culture. The individual exercises freedom ... ... creative potential depends not only on the cultural context in which it happens, but also on the regulation of the opportunities for self-actualisation in any given society. Accordingly, Hessen defines society as the sphere of communication among a multitude ...
The problem of meaning in Social Semiotics: deep semiotics as a conceptual extension of Social Semiotics
... by denoting them. Iconic signs are based upon resemblance, index signs upon a causal relationship, and symbols on social conventions. Language is the most important system of symbolisation. Indeed, language serves as a guide to the systems of rules, values, and socio-cultural practices. In this paper, I present a model of deep semiotics, which is interpreted as a semantic structure of social experience objectified into a sign. This structure includes the material form, the referential meaning, and ...
Emotional and receptive-axiological aspects of the speech act of threat in everyday conflict communication in Russian
... threatening statements is often associated with the speaker's emotional state, which in some cases can serve as a catalyst for imperative influence. The speech act of threat, being an element of conflict discourse, contradicts the traditional principles ... ... communicative taboo and can be deliberately used in conflict situations related to the protection of human dignity, life, social values, etc.
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Frolova Ye. The theoretical and methodological issues of the revival of natural law
... of law and the unchanged form of moral prescriptions.The author focuses on the development of Kantian approach in solving the problem of moral philosophy. The essence of morals is revealed not in the creation of ideal projects but rather in the need for action: the moral law must be implemented in the outside world. The theory of standards and ethics evaluates moral foundations as an internal absolute value. However, a definition of morals is meaningful only as an individual experience of a person, social requirements become moral only through a self-determined person. Being critical and formal, the moral principle does not eliminate the possibility ...
I. Kant’s and E. Husserl’s practical philosophy
... article focuses on the problem of reconciling a priori and empirical dimensions of freedom, will, and action as the crucial point for understanding the relationship between theoretical and practical reason in Kant’s and Husserl’s practical philosophy. ... ... Ingarden ob ozenivajuchih aktah i posnanii zennostej [Brentano, Husserl and Ingarden about evaluating acts and knowledge of values], Filosofsko-literaturnij zurnal “Logos” [Philosophical and literary journal “Logos”], no. 6, p. 117—123.
Aspects of the ‘transcendental’ according to Kant and Husserl: Logos, matheme, metaphor
... distinguishing metaphors in the genesis of key univocal terms of critical philosophy and phenomenology provides an opportunity for a more precise description of differences between Kant’s and Husserl’s ideas. The author considers Husserl’s phenomenology ... ... Nietzsche, F. 2005, Volya k Vlasti. Opyt Pereotsenki Vsekh Tsennostei. [A Will to Power. The Experience for Revaluation of All the Values.], Moscow: Kultunaya Revolutsia, 880 p.
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Statistical analysis of tourism flows between Ukraine and the Baltic Sea Region countries in 2012—2019
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Kantian Approaches to Human Reproduction: Both Favourable and Unfavourable
... too punishing and cruel to impose upon an innocent. Others hold that such harms do not undermine the great and possibly unique value of human life. Tracing these outlooks historically in the debate has barely begun. What might philosophers have said, or ... ... teleological or, in the opposite sense, his eschatological outlooks can salvage reproduction. These two arguments are essential for building the entire argument. I find that, although Kant’s arguments against reproducing are strong, some of his writing ...
Factors of self-actualization of student youth in the context of cross-cultural interaction and the mastering of a macro-mediator language
... experience”, “Detachment / involvement in the process of cross-cultural interactions”. Qualitative differences in the system of values of young representatives of the main ethnocultural groups of Crimea, Russians and Crimean Tatars, towards mastering ... ... respondents and their cultural and linguistic attitudes. The research demonstrated differences in the types of strategies for mediating cultural and linguistic environment. The identification of similarities / distinctions in the ways of self-actualization ...
The subjects of legal monitoring of Justice of the Peace
The article focuses on the analysis of information of the Russian and Western travelers to Central Asia in the 18th — beginning of the 20th centuries on state and law of that region. The goal is a substantiation of the travelers’ notes value as historical evidence of state and law of the Central Asia which allows to study actual relations in administration and legal regulation. The author applies some basic research methods: historical legal, formal legal and comparative legal approaches,...
Economic Consciousness and the System of Values of Latvian University Graduates
Voronovs V., Petrova I., Račko E.
Reģionālās ekonomikas konkurētspējas paaugstināšana un aktīvā adaptācija globalizācijas apstākļos.
economic consciousness, economic behavior, values, motivation
The population of the Kaliningrad region and the digital economy: a sociological analysis
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Events and narration in socio-cultural practices
... and narratives. As a result of this interaction, stable links ‘events-narratives’ appear; they influence the formation and transformation of social and cultural processes in society. Event-narrative links form the basis of the system of norms and values of society. The corpus of ‘event-narrative’ links creates behavioural patterns, serves as a motivator for members of society, a cause and reason for actions and an initiator of terraced events that inevitably occur as a response to events in reality. The emerging connections ‘event — narrative — action (special event)’ represent a system with ...
The journal “1812”and the 100th anniversary of the Patriotic War of 1812
... the journal “1812” at the end of the 19th — the beginning of the 20th centuries. The same group of military historians, academics and popularizers initiated the foundation of the Museum of 1812 and the Borodino panorama, painted by F. A. Roubaud for the 100th anniversary of the Patriotic War of 1812. On the one hand, publications in the journal reflected the prevailing worldview and the lexis used at that time. On the other hand, articles of the journal 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 articles and the Panorama ...
Kants Denkraum: Subjektivität als Prinzip. Interview mit Prof. Dr. Jürgen Stolzenberg
... Fichte, and the Neo-Kantians. He outlines the reasons which explain the different structures of the philosophical theories after Kant in comparison with the structure of Kant’s philosophy itself. Answering the question of Kant’s role in affirming the value of human dignity, he emphasises the non-empirical essence of this concept as it is presented in Kant’s ethics and as it should be defended against recent critics. According to Stolzenberg, the principle of modern subjectivity proves to be fruitful ...
The formation of the narrative and the performative in public communication
... hidden motive? Can the picture of the world, which develops, inter alia, under the influence of narratives, serve as a pattern for decision-making by the viewer/reader? It is necessary to this end to identify the relationship between the performative and ... ... Celishcheva. St. Petersburg (in Russ.).
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The ‘hybrid model’ of Norway’s ethnic policy in its northern counties: a key to stable interethnic relations
... (the dynamics of ethno-political processes), the systemic method (ethic policy in the framework of target-based programme management), the comparative law method (a comparison of national legal systems and international contractual standards), the value and norm-driven method (ethnic policy viewed through the prism of public good), institutional method (the role of political institutions), and the secondary analysis of sociological data. We also rely on qualitative methods, namely, the collection,...
The indicators of the quality of life in patients with a terminal stage of chronic kidney disease on hemodialysis
... the nutritional status and the duration of hemodialysis on the other. We present the current KDQOL-SF questionnaire tailored for assessing the quality of life indicators in patients with chronic kidney disease. The nutritional status of the patients ... ... clinical data: the body mass index, the skin and fat folds over triceps, the shoulder muscle circumference, the albumin laboratory values,and the absolute number of lymphocytes in 20 patients with end-stage chronic kidney disease. All of them were receiving ...
The moving boundaries of news translation
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Analytic Work on Kant — Idealism, Things in Themselves, and the Object of Knowledge
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Ideas of Kant’s theoretical philosophy in Peirce’s graph theory
... because of its chronological significance — it is the last logical theory of the American thinker. Secondly, it was greatly valued by the author, who called the theory his greatest accomplishment. The fact that the echo of Kant’s philosophy is heard ... ... on the Philosophy of Language, Games, and Communication, Dordrecht, Springer.
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Socially efficient entry barriers?
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On the role of religion in N. N. Alekseev’s axiological model of law
... tradition of Rene Descartes). The crucial significant in his concept of law is got neo-kantian axiology of Wilhelm Windelband and Heinrich Rickert. Following to neo-kantian thinkers Alexeev indicates, that genesis of culture is measured because a priori values are exist. Therefore individual is not a creator of these values per se. Value became the basis of Alexeev’s philosophy of law. Furthermore he elaborated axiological model of law onto religious foundation. Religion — is a tool for initiating condition of values and there setting in political domain. Paper argued how religion conducts genesis of law. In that sense religion evaluated like a link between morality and law. Essential item of philosophy of law of Nikolay Alexeev ...
The features of heavy metal accumulation in forest mushrooms in the Kaliningrad region
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A correlation between the components of attitude towards health behaviour in adult students
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The sustainability of natural monopoly in regional markets: methodological prerequisites for an analysis
... economic system, thereby making essential impact on formation the region commodity and financial markets, and also on realization of a regional social and economic policy. The analysis of the reasons of formation of the natural monopolies, having paramount value for the decision of a question on their sustainability, has allowed to allocate their hierarchy and to offer classification of industries — natural monopolies depending on the characteristics defining their sustainability.
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