Textonics: an introduction to electronic philology
... table of contents as presented by a search engine. Each author and researcher of electronic texts has to interact with the entire Web: each word has to be properly placed not only within its immediate context, but also in the supratexts of its usage by other authors throughout the history of writing. As a result, the main philological procedure is shifting: interpretation, as a deep-semantic reading of a text, is increasingly superseded by its retextualization, transformation, expansion or narrowing of its sign frameworks....
Russophone immigration to Finland: new forms, trends, and consequences
... migrants. Since Finland’s labour market and society are beset with demographic problems, the country gladly accepts labour migrants, particularly those from neighbouring states. Most EU immigrants coming to Finland are Estonians. Immigration from without the EU — from Russia and other former Soviet countries — has, however, an even greater potential. Non-EU immigration falls into several categories — from seasonal labour migration to the relocation of top specialists and entrepreneurs. Currently, family reunions, marriages,...
The Place of Hermann Cohen’s Ideas in the Philosophy of Dialogue
... Jewish Thought & Philosophy. 21(1), pp. 73-103.
Levinas, E., 1974. Autrement qu’être ou Au-delà de l’essence. The Hague: Martinus Nijhott & La Haye.
Makhlin, V. L., 1997. Ya i Drugoj: K istorii dialogicheskogo principa v filosofii XX v. [I and the Other: Towards the History of the Dialogical Principle in the Philosophy of the Twentieth Century]. Moscow: Labirint. (In Rus.)
Munk, R., ed. 2005. Hermann Cohen’s Critical Idealism. Dordrecht: Springer.
Neuhold, K., 2014. Franz Rosenzweig und die idealistische ...
God’s Law or Categorical Imperative: on Crusian Issues of Kantian Morality
... between hypothetical and categorical imperatives. Another salient feature of Crusius’ moral teaching is the stress laid on the sphere of internal motives. It is the inner motive that determines the morality of an act, rather than the external form of the act. These and some other features of Crusius’ ethics suggest a possible influence of Crusius on Kant. The possibility of such influence has repeatedly come under close scrutiny. The first works devoted to this problem date to the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries....
The ‘сool war’ in the Baltic Sea Region: consequences and future scenarios..
... dramatic aggravation of the current tensions without an armed conflict, the continuation of the ‘cool war’, the normalisation of relations, and a transition to large-scale cooperation. I argue that the ‘cool war’ scenario is the most likely, and the other four belong to the realm of the politically possible. Although the improvement of relations with the other states in the region is not very probable, Russia will benefit from taking every possible step towards it.
Khudoley K. K.
Baltic Sea ...
Some features of external migration processes in the coastal regions of the Western borderlands of Russia
... growing due to migration. The Northern Russian regions are losing population. Migration here worthen the demographic situation, even though there has been some equalization of gender disparities due to the outflow of the female population. The other recipient regions are characterized by a 'rejuvenation' of the population age structure and at the same time by worsening gender disparities. Applicants to universities and colleges are likely to leave for other regions of the Russian Federation ...
Embedding imagology in Translation Studies
... Travel Writing (1860—1960). PhD Thesis, University of Amsterdam.
Demirkol Ertürk, Ş., 2013. Images of Istanbul in translation: a case study in Slovenia. Across Languages and Cultures, 14(2), pp. 199—220.
Dimitriu, R., 2012. When ‘we’ are ‘the other’. Travel books on Romania as exercises in intercultural communication. Perspectives, 20(3), pp. 313—327.
Fowler, C., 2007. Chasing Tales. Travel Writing, Journalism and the History of British Ideas about Afghanistan. Amsterdam & New York: ...
Imagology as a Part of Compartive Literary Studies
... Khorev, N. P. Mikhalskaia, E. V. Papilova, V. B. Zemskov, O.Iu. and O. A. Poliakovy. It is underlined that for Russian researches the main dilemma of imagology can be formulated in the following way — should imagology exclusively analyze the images of the "other" or selfimages as well. Consequently, in the Russian studies there is still no generally accepted definition of the term imagology. The article describes recent tendencies in the imagological studies in Russia. The author holds that imagology ...
Analytical Kant studies, transcendental idealism, and the thing in itself
... ‘constructivism’. The conflict of interpretations goes so far that some consider Kant to be a conceptualist, while others consider him an anti-conceptualist. For some, he is an internalist and, for others, an externalist. For some, he is a constructivist and, for others is a realist. This paper develops the main arguments pro and contra possible interpretations of Kant’s texts and presents the author’s interpretation of some key points of Kant’s theory of knowledge. Contrary to the analytical mainstream in Kant studies, the author argues that Kant’s ...
Kant, Gödel, and the problem of synthetic a priori judgements
... postulate about the existence of synthetic a priori judgements in mathematics, formulated in the Critique of Pure Reason, have been raging for over two centuries. On the one hand, it was fiercely criticised by neo-positivists in the early 20th century. On the other hand, Kant’s ideas on constructive nature of mathematics served as a philosophical framework for LEJ Brouwer’s programme of intuitionism in the foundations of mathematics. Of interest are the ideas of the great logician and mathematician Kurt ...
Ethnic identity of students as a determinant of their understanding of other cultural groups
... article highlights the problem of interaction between representatives of different cultures, which is influenced by their social representations and ethnic identity. The aim of the work was to analyze the content of students' social ideas about members of other cultures in the context of ethnic identity. In this paper, the authors rely on the theory of social representations and the concept of ethnic identity. This article presents the results of a study on the impact of Russian students’ ethnic identity on their social ...
Family ethics and philosophy of love in Kant’s Lectures on Ethics
This article considers Kant’s deliberations on the essence and varieties of human love, based on the Lectures on Ethics. Kant distinguished between the love of benevolence (ethical love) — a commitment to the other’s wellbeing (discussed in Kant’s other ethical writings) — and a love of delight (aesthetical love), further divided into the sensual and intellectual love. The sensual love of delight is identified with sexual love. The intellectual love ...
Implementation of the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) code and amendments to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS 74/78) for ship-building
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The international legal regulation of the status of voluntary human shields
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Social conflicts as seen by residents of Saint Petersburg: An empirical study
... those who associate themselves with the lower class, which is corroborated by a comparison of real incomes. The intensity of personal anxiety, experienced in the presence of people differing from the respondents, can be described in the following way: the most acute anxiety is caused by people of a different nationality, followed by nationals of other countries and members of other religions, then people with differing political views, and compatriots from other Russian regions. These data make it possible to identify hidden connections and patterns in the socio-demographic structure of these ...
The US ballistic missile defence policy in the Baltic and Nordic regions
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18. Hramchihin, А. 2011, Neprikrytyj morskoj rubezh. Kolichestvo korablej PRO u Rossii i SShA nesravnimo [Undisguised maritime boundary. The number of missile ships ...
Another Critical Idealism of Hermann Cohen
... development of the notion of anticipation as the principle of time, history, and interpretation; (4) the exposition of critical idealism as a form of idealism that is not violent, totalitarian or reductive, but rather is an idealism aimed at alterity and the other; (5) the role of history and especially the history of Judaism in constructing a religion of reason and the developing the concept of Judaism. According to Cohen, thinking is the thinking of first elements. However, he understands the first elements ...
The communication of persons: Kant’s theory of marriage law held captive by pagan anthropology
..., Kant's deduction of marriage rules out the possibility of mutual personal obligations of family members. The naturalistic premise of Kant's family law, provenient from the ancient Roman property law, is as follows: marriage is mutual possession of the other's person as a thing and the use of it as a person for mutual pleasure; it seems to predetermine a necessary connection between legal use and legal posession of a person, the latter presupposing primary acquisition. This premise causes in Kantian ...
The Works of Modern Russian Historians and the Historiography of Medieval Lithuania before and after the Red October
... Rossijskij diskurs Velikogo knjazhestva Litovskogo [Peering into the pieces of a broken mirror: Russian discourse Grand Duchy of Lithuania], Ab Imperio, no. 4, p. 561—601.
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Societal security in the Baltic Sea Region: the Russian perspective
... extremism, separatism, large-scale migration, climate change, natural and man-made catastrophes, transnational organized crime and cybercrime, international terrorism, so-called hybrid threats, disharmony between education systems, etc. In 2017, Russia and other Baltic countries agreed that the Council of the Baltic Sea States would be the regional institution to implement a common societal security strategy exemplified by the Baltic 2030 Agenda Action Plan.
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Evaluating the impact of integration processes on the ethnopolitical competition of languages in the Baltic Region
... sociolinguistics or soft power. This article proposes a new conceptual approach based on measuring various aspects of competition between languages by the language integration and monopolization indices, on the one hand, and the polylingualism coefficient, on the other. The approach is applied to the situation in the Baltic Sea region of the EU. The article uses data from Eurostat, Eurobarometer, and the Baltic statistical offices to analyze the performance of Baltic language markets by assessing the impact of ...
Kant as the German Theorist of the French Revolution: the Origin of a Dogma
... [Epoch, Journal of Literature and Politics], edited by M. M. Dostoevsky (St. Petersburg), 3, pp. 192-222. (In Rus.)
Heine, H., 2007a. From the Introduction to “Kahldorf on the Nobility in Letters to Count M. von Moltke (1831). In: H. Heine, 2007. On the History of Religion and Philosophy in Germany and Other Writings. Edited by T. Pinkard, translated by H. Pollack-Milgate. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 130-135.
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A witness for the prosecution. Stanislav Dubel's testimony at the trial of Rudolf Hess
... source but also a historical source, that helps historians partly restore his biography. This article aims to analyze Dubiel’s testimony in the Höss’s trial, evaluate its authenticity, and determine what role it plays in the reconstruction of the daily life of Auschwitz inmates, commandant Höss and his family, as well as other SS-men who worked in Auschwitz.
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Kantian Approaches to Human Reproduction: Both Favourable and Unfavourable
... reproduction? Herein it is useful to look to Kant, who wrote much on whether, by reproducing, humans do wrong or right morally. Two main arguments are put forward and assessed: one examining whether perfect or imperfect duties condone reproduction, the other whether Kant’s 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,...
The labour market of Russia’s Kaliningrad exclave amid Covid-19
... Winkler, H. 2018, The labour market effects of financial crises, Economics of transition and Institutional change, vol. 26, no. 1, p. 35—60. doi:
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7. Doris, A., O’Neill, D., Sweetman, O. 2015, Wage flexibility and the great ...
Full and short personal names in Russian: a quantitative study
... «Russkii yazyk i literatura vo vremeni i prostranstve» [XII Congress of MAPRYAL "Russian language and literature in time and space"]. Shanghai. pp. 431—443 (in Russ.).
Shmelev, A. D., 2014. Common mistake or new norm: how to tell one from the other? Notes of the Fatherland [Notes of the Fatherland], 2(59), pp. 274—285 (in Russ.).
addressing, personal name, full personal name, short personal name, statistical methods, corpus linguistics
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Verbal aggression in modern poetry: conventional and unconventional functioning of discourse markers
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Lotman, Yu. M., 2000. Auto-communication: “I” and “The Other” as Addressees (On two models of communication in the cultural system). In: Yu. M. Lotman, ed. Semiosfera [Semiosphere]. St. Petersburg (in Russ.).
Lutovinova, O. V., 2008. The Internet as a new “oral-written” communication system. Izvestiya ...
On the economic security of Russia’s Kaliningrad exclave
... concept of regional economic security and measuring its level in the Russian Baltic exclave. Possible ways to improve the economic security of the region are considered as well. Official statistics on the dynamics of industrial production and GRP and 28 other socio-economic indicators are used to assess the level of economic security. The region performs well on nine indicators and much worse on 19. Proposals for economic restructuring aimed at more intensive exploitation of regional natural and labour resources are examined along with the region’s ...
Mobility and migration intentions of the Reform Generation and Millennials of the Kaliningrad region
... gender of the survey participants. As a result of the study, the authors came to the problem of heterogeneity in both the Reform Generation and the Millennials. Therefore, the paper draws attention, on the one hand, to the scientific significance, on the other hand, to the debatable theory of generations.
Zimovina E. P., Krishtal M. I., Shchekoturov A. V.
Kaliningrad Region, migrations, theory of generations, reform generation, millennials
Development of cross-border tourist and recreational regions on the Karelian section of the Russian-Finnish border
.... Using the statistics for Finland, the authors analyzed the geography of tourism in Finland’s border areas and identified the degree of intensity of cross-border tourism exchange between the neighbouring administrative units of the two countries. The article also examines other tendencies indicative of the formation and development of cross-border tourism and recreation regions along the Russian-Finnish border. The authors identified three cross-border tourism and recreation regions of different development levels: South ...
Sootechestvenniki (compatriots) in the 19th century: semantic profile based on the data of the National Corpus of the Russian language
... of the Old Slavic and Old Russian ‘otechestvo’ (fatherland, understood as one’s place of origin) and the French ‘compatriot’. This merger resulted in the formation of two new prototypical meanings: one is civic, collective and elevated, and the other gravitates to ethnicity since it is used to refer to Russians. With the strengthening of state institutions in Russia, the first meaning was bound to dominate and it did at the beginning of the 19th century. However, one should speak not about the ...
“The point of departure of peoples determines their fate”: Peter Chaadaev and Alexis de Tocqueville
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Kant’s Dissertation for the Master’s Degree On Fire and the Transformations of his Ideas of Ethereal Matter
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Kant, I., 2012a. Thoughts on the True Estimation of Living Forces and Assessment of the Demonstrations that Leibniz and Other Scholars of Mechanics Have Made Use of in this Controversial Subject, Together with Some Prefatory Considerations Pertaining to the Force of Bodies in General. In: I. Kant. Natural Science, edited by E. Watkins. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,...
Trouble in the Kingdom of Ends (Rev.: C. M. Korsgaard, Fellow Creatures: Our Obligations to the Other Animals. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018, 252 pp.)
... Essays on Practical Reason and Moral Psychology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Kantian Ethical Humanism in Late Imperial Russia
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The Nature of Appearance in Kant’s Transcendentalism: A Seman- tico-Cognitive Analysis
... appearance is given by the transcendental triad “object (thing in itself) — appearance — 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 ...
On the Role of Gesinnung in Kant’s Ethics and Philosophy of Religion. Part I
... Critical period and suggest a uniform translation of the term into Russian with a corresponding grounding of my choice.
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