The Paradox of Kant’s Transcendental Subject in German Philosophy in the Late Eighteenth Century
..., 2015. Selbstbewusstsein, reines. In: M. Willaschek, J. Stolzenberg, G. Mohr, S. Bacin, eds. 2015. Kant-Lexikon. Volume 3. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter, pp. 2070-2071.
transcendental subject, transcendental object, thing-in-itself, representation, subject of representation, object of representation
Margarita V. Rouba
Kant’s appearance as an objective-objectual [gegenständlich] representation
... features of Kant’s [transcendental] philosophy, 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] ...
The Nature of Appearance in Kant’s Transcendentalism: A Seman- tico-Cognitive Analysis
... 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 object, but just a designation of the object (KrV, B 235). Thus, appearance cannot be understood ...
Musical ekphrasis and musical code in N. Kononov’s novels
... disclose its unique personal and psychophysical features. The subjectively colored auditory is always eventful: the most important milestones in formation of personal self-consciousness correlate with musical ekphrasis. The musical code aims at giving the representation of meanings, perceived by the subject as "intimate", inimitable, possessing the quality of sensual revelation.
1. Вежлян Е. Приключения взгляда // К преизбыточному. Кононовские чтения : исследования,...
Representation of methods for solving subtasks of different types from the decomposition of a diagnostic problem
The paper is dedicated to modelling of the meaningful and relatively stable visual-figurative and verbal-sign representation of the real problems in medical diagnostics. In the paper, we introduce concepts «a task» and «a method». In ... ... description of relations and connections. A. V. Kolesnikov introduced it for predicative coding of the verbal-sign knowledge about the subject area.
Rumovskaya S. B., Kolesnikov A. V., Litvin A. A.
a diagnostic problem, cognitive visualization, schemes-images,...
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 ... ... composition of the collocations, the internal organizational structure of the lexical set, subjectivity and objectivity, key words’ functions, internal or external transitivity... ... 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...
The Problem of the Relationship between Apperception, Self-Consciousness and Consciousness in Kant’s Critical Philosophy
... 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 kinds of unity, there are ...
Cognitive and speech characteristics of an author of a mnemonic text
The focus of the article is on various aspects of the creative identity of an author of a mnemonic text represented by the concept of cognitive and communicative subject. The features of the author’s cognitive, communicative, discursive, and linguistic identities are described and the ways of their representation are shown in the case of the memoirs of the Lithuanian writer B. Sruoga Dievų miškas. The term ‘mnemonic discourse’ is introduced as a linguistic phenomenon connecting texts with the general mental and psychological framework of reminiscence ...
Imagology as a Part of Compartive Literary Studies
The author explores the genesis and evolution of imagology as a field of comparative literary studies abroad, considering ideas of ... ... The author holds that imagology has a significant potential for development and the subject of this field of science can be extended due to intensifying interactions between... ... 148—153 (in Russ.).
Zemskov, V. B., 2011. Theoretical aspects: about reception and representation of 'other' culture. In: Na perelome: Obraz Rossii proshloi i sovremennoi...
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 phenomenology, which introduced a substantive ...
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 ...
A literary image as a cognitive phenomenon
... is an attempt to examine the terms «image» and «literary image» as a concept of cognitive science (in humanities: linguistics, psychology, cognitive studies, literary... ... cognitive psychology. It describes cognitive features of image and the ways of their representation in the novel «The Master of Petersburg» by J. Coetzee. An image is... ... connects concrete perceptible characteristics of an object or phenomenon with the subjectivity of the author’s individual mind. After the exploration of the cognitive...
Artistic individual image of the language in P.Celan's poetry
... emergence of a new one. The theoretical ideas are illustrated by examples from German texts by P. Celan, many of which have not been translated into Russian before. It is concluded that the following features prevail in the author's individual image of the language: direct nomination based on metaphorical representations and language play, descriptive and subjective predication, as well as intertextual symbolic representations.
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On poetic emotiology in poetry and beyond
The article presents material supporting the thesis about the discourse register of emotions in their movement from poetic communications to non-poetic ones. The subjects of the description are emotives — linguistic signs of emotions. The part of the article that deals with poetry interprets emotives in multiple aspects: in the aspect of the grammar of poetic language and in their figurative representation. Within the frames of such grammatical categories as the imperative and subjunctive moods, emotives acquire typologically ...
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 ... ... Reincarnating as their characters (philosopher and artist), Miłosz and Nemerov work in the subject area of professional cognitive scientists, they reproduce the process of analytical... ... 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...
Kant’s transcendentalism as a transcendental paradigm of philo¬so¬phiz¬ing
... 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 metaphysics understands "possible experience”(Erfahrung) as a relation between the transcendental subject (transcendental unity of apperception) and the transcendental object. At the same time, unlike ...
Language means of creating an image of a Muslim woman in internet sports discourse
The relevance of the conducted research is determined by insufficient level of knowledge of the ... ... a Muslim woman image, the article considers one of the aspects of its discursive representation, which is the lexical means used by the authors to portray a Muslim woman... ... the image of a Muslim woman in sports texts. In the analyzed materials, the hijab is subjected to resemiotization, which nature depends on the role identification of the...
Public law entities and the theory of the subjects of law
This article reviews theoretical works of Russian legal scholars on public law entities and analyses several provisions of ... ... used a formal method of legal research revealing the constitutional foundations of the representational functions of public law entities in public relations. Many legal scholars... ... публичного права. М., 2009.
Borisov A. М.
abstraction, public law entity, subject of law, legal entity, legal fiction
Some aspects of the cognitive theory of polysemy
The article focuses on polysemy as a conceptual phenomenon. The author gives a brief overview of the works of Russian and foreign linguists specializing in the study of Polysemy. Special attention is given to the representation of polysemy in mental lexicon.
Русский язык: Грамматическое ... ...
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Factors of self-actualization of student youth in the context of cross-cultural interaction and the mastering of a macro-mediator language
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The Role of the Sublime in Kant’s Religion: Moral Motivation and Empirical Possibility
I show that Kant’s depiction of the christic figure in Religion within the Boundaries of Mere Reason is not contingent but explains how this figure functions in two essential ways: as a representation of a maximum of morality that can ground our moral disposition and in so doing acts as a standard for morality.... ... the sublime nature of the image of Christ — as an image of universal respect for the law — awakens the moral feeling of subjects in the sense of the possibility of overcoming one’s perverted nature; 2) as moral perfection it provides immediate ...
Language as a person's achievement and as a self-organizing system
... language is represented as a socio-personal continuum of linguistic phenomena of different ontology. The purpose of the article is to describe the basic properties of human language as a complex self-organizing system of processes. Active and subjective character of reality and knowledge representation in human mind determines the main properties of language. The author offers a definition of language corresponding to this approach and describes the differences between anthropocentrism and anthropomorphism in linguistics. The author ...
A metalanguage for hybrid intelligent systems of electrical grid visual control: hierarchy, structure, situations, and states
... operational-technological structures; 3) situations and states. A visual metalanguage qualitatively changes the performance of the subject of management and allows them to recognize a problem at a glance and see a workable solution without drawing logical inferences.... ....nl/pub/siska/TSD%202DVisLangGrammar.pdf
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Metalanguage for hybrid intelligent systems of electrical networks visual control: problems and models
... for expert reasoning; 3) integrated models of collective intelligence. Visual metalanguage qualitatively changes the work mode of a managed subject, allowing them immediately to recognize the problematic situation and «see» its solution without logical inferences.... ....nl/pub/siska/TSD%202DVisLang
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14. Колесников ...
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 ... ... York: Routlegde.
Searle, J., 1995. The construction of social reality. New York.
Sense, social semiotics, Weber, behavior, subjective and objective meanings
Zolyan S. T.
Legal Consciousness at the Early Stage of Personality Development from the Perspective of Russian Neo-Kantian Philosophy of Pedagogy
... namely P. Natorp, S. I. Hessen, M. M. Rubinstein. In order to identify the peculiarities of the approaches of the Neo-Kantians to legal consciousness in children, I show that... ... [On Meaning of Life. Volume 1: Works on Philosophy of Value, Theory of Education and Subject of University], edited by N. V. Plotnikov, K. V. Faradzhev, Moscow : Territoriya... ..., 1925. Sotsial’no-pravovye predstavleniya i samoupravlenie u detei [Social-Legal Representations and Self-Governing in Children]. Moscow: Pravo i Zhizn’. (In Russ...
‘The Radical Black Colour’. On the Semantics of the Black Colour in Anarchist Discourse
The subject of this paper is the semantics of the colour black in anarchism. The author analyses the sociocultural and ontological aspects ... ... contemporary art activism. The author considers examples demonstrating that the colour black is used to criticise political representation and the anonymity of power. The primary focus is on the artistic practices of blackout (painting over/blocking ...
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 ... ....11.2014).
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A Critique of Latvian Integration
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Transformations in the Communicative Characteristics of Political Discourse in the Current Information Space
The article analyses the main causes and the genesis of transformations in political discourse (PD) and provides a comparative analysis of ... ... vlast'. Reprezentatsiya dominirovaniya v yazyke i kommunikatsii [Discourse and power. Representation of language dominance and communication]. Moscow. p. 31.
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