The Nature of Appearance in Kant’s Transcendentalism: A Seman- tico-Cognitive Analysis
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Kant’s appearance as an objective-objectual [gegenständlich] representation
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The Concepts of “Appearance” and “Phenomenon” in Transcendental Philosophy (Kant, Husserl, Fink)
This study aims, first, to delimit the seemingly synonymous concepts of “phenomenon” and “appearance” and second, to trace the functions of each in Kant’s philosophy and the phenomenological tradition. The analysis ... ... Philosophy of Immanuel Kant. Historical, Philosophical, Political and Legal Sciences, Culturology and Art History. Issues of Theory and Practice, 3(65): in 2 Parts, Part 2, pp. 34-36.
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Report of the ‘Transcendental Turn in Contemporary Philosophy 2’ International Seminar (Moscow, 27—29 April 2017)
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Katrechko, S. L. 2017a, The Kant’s Appearance as an Objective-objectual [gegenständlich] Representation, in: Kantovsky... ... no. 3, pp. 7—20. (In Russ.)
Katrechko, S. L. 2017b, Kant’s Transcendentalism and the Concept of Thing-in-itself, in: Kantovsky sbornik [Kantian Journal], vol. 36, no. 4, pp. 68—87... ... nauchnogo seminara [Transcendental Turn in Contemporary Philosophy (1): Metaphysics, Theory of Experience, Theory of Consciousness. Proceedings of an International Research...
Kant’s transcendentalism and concept of the thing in itself
... Essays on the Structure of Kant's Philosophy, Oxford : Blackwell.
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Some remarks on the concept and function of Kant’s theory of schematism in the Critique of Pure Reason
The article introduces Kant’s doctrine of schematism (Critique of Pure Reason A 137-A 147; B 176-B 187). The inclusion of the ... ... in sentences known as the ‘Principles of Understanding’ referring to phaenomena (appearances in time and space) rather than the undetermined concept of objects in general... ... To support this interpretation, the author addresses main concepts of the schematism theory (for instance, those of schema, imagination, homogeneity, and time-determination)...
Analytic philosophy: a historico-critical survey
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2. Black M. Relations between Logical Positivism ... ... With an Introduction by Bertrand Russell. L., 1959.
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17. Rescher N. The Coherence Theory of Truth. Oxford, 1973.
18. Rorty R. Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature. Oxford...
1+1-Dimensional Yang — Mills Equations and Mass via Quasiclassical Correction to Action
Two-dimensional Yang — Mills models in a pseudo-euclidean space are considered from a point of view of a class of nonlinear Klein — Gordon — Fock equations. It is shown that the Nahm reduction does not work, another, novel choice is proposed and investigated.... ... well as the choice of the norm of an evolution operator eigenvectors. A nonzero mass appears as the quasiclassical correction, that is expressed via hyperelliptic integral... ... 303—307.
2. Faddeev L. D.,Slavnov A. A. Gauge Fields: An Introduction To Quantum Theory. Westview Press, 1993.
3. Baseyan G. Z., Matinyan S. G., Savvidi G. K. Non-Linear...
Analytical Kant studies, transcendental idealism, and the thing in itself
In modern theoretical analytical philosophy, the interest in Kant is primarily due to discussions on the nature of sensory perceptions, on the epistemological status of experience, and on the so-called ... ... 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... ... religious, ethical, etc. The thesis is proven in three steps. First, the notion of ‘appearance’ is considered as ontologically identical to the thing in itself. Then...
Kant and the Problem of Revolution. A Report of the International Conference (Kaliningrad, 9—10 November 2017)
This report presents the features of the organisation and the main ideas of the international scientific conference “‘No ... ... revolution from Kant to the present day as well as the conceptions of revolution that appeared around the time of the Russian Revolution in 1917. The report summarises all... ... and the Destruction of the Planet. A Report to the Club of Rome, New York.
Kant, theory of revolution, Russian Revolution, concept of the state, right of sedition, relation...
The alignment of stakeholders’ interests in interfirm networking
... management in the conditions of growing market turbulence and interdependence of market actors. Therefore, the ability of managers to align the diverse interests of stakeholders — groups, organizations, and individuals that affect or may be affected by the organization's actions — appears to be crucial for its success. It raises a number of management issues, which require resolution both in theory and practice. One of the most urging and acute problems is that of aligning stakeholders' interests in interfirm networking.
1. Alvarez G., Pilbeam C., Wilding R. Nestlé Nespresso AAA sustainable quality program: an investigation into the governance ...
How translations are willed into existence
... existence in three conceivable ways: pull, push and shuffle. Pull is the most intuitive form. It corresponds, for example, to a publishing ... ... side, but straddles the semiotic barriers or folds that make acts of translating possible or necessary in the first place. The discussion ... ... have a larger say on why, whether, and how new translated texts appear in the target environment.
Buzelin, H., 2011. Agents ... ...
Padilla Cruz, M., 2016. “Introduction: Three decades of relevance theory”. In: M. Padilla Cruz, ed. Relevance Theory: Recent ...
The metaphysics of science
A reflection on the meaning of Kant’s manuscript where he uses the expression ‘metaphysics of science’. 20th ... ... anti-philosophical nature of 20th century philosophy of science necessitates addressing Kant’s theory of science when searching for a truly philosophical understanding of science... ... metafisike, moguschej pojavitsja kak nauka [Prolegomena to any future metaphysics that may appear as a science] in: Kant, I. Sochinenija v shesti tomah [The works in six volumes]...
ΛCDM-model with δ-function
We study a dynamic model of a scalar field, the evolution of which leads to SFS-singularities. To estimate the characteristic SFS ... ... use the weak anthropic principle. It is shown that our model predicts a rather soon appearance of the SFS-singularity.
1. Yurov A. V., Astashenok A. V., Yurov V. A... ... Yurov A. V., Yurov V. A. One More Observational Consequence of Many-Worlds Quantum Theory. 2005. arXiv:hep-th/0511238.
8. Linde A. Sinks in the Landscape, Boltzmann Brains...
The concept “people” in the modern European political thought: Hobbes, Spinoza, Pufendorf
... of mystical body. Protestant science makes a clear choice in favour of interpreting the concept as an “artificial person”. The author emphasizes that the introduction of the concept “natural state” led to changes in the ontological status of people in political theory. The concept “people” becomes “a flickering subject” that appears during the transition from a natural state to a civil one and disappears when the transition goes in the opposite direction. In a civil state, people become an active subject when they perform the function of the legislator. In other cases, people ...
Sootechestvenniki (compatriots) in the 19th century: semantic profile based on the data of the National Corpus of the Russian language
The concept “sootechestvenniki” is one of the key tools for self-description of society; it is an instrument for drawing borderlines ... ... article describes the development of the meaning of this word since its coinage. The word appeared in the 18th century as a merger of the Old Slavic and Old Russian ‘otechestvo’... ... perspektivy. Al’manakh zhurnala “Sotsiologicheskoe obozrenie” [Sociological theory: history, modernity, prospects. Almanac of the journal “Sociological Review”]...
On Kant’s Remarks on Ludwig Heinrich Jakob's Examination of Men-delssohn's Morgenstunden (preface to the publication)
This article considers the circumstances of the appearance of Kant’s remarks on the last book of M. Mendelssohn Morgenstunden… in relation to its analysis in L. G. von Jakob’s ... ... of words, it becomes clear that, from the perspective of the Königsberg philosopher, philosophy cannot exist as a linguistic theory. Therefore, similar attempts made after Kant are as futile as those made during his lifetime. Kant does not only discover ...
Experiences in translation: the text as a pattern, the pattern as a text
In this article, we discuss the methodological prospects of using the term ‘pattern’ in the analysis of a literary text. We identify the ... ... — Receptions — Text]. Moscow: Progress (in Russ.).
Il‘in, M. V., 2018. Image, appearance, eidos, figure, pattern. How do words help to recognize images, feel them... ... [Collection of poems]. Vol. 1. Wien (in Russ.).
Smirnov, I. P., 2001. On the way to the theory of literature. In: I. P. Smirnov, ed. Smysl kak takovoi [The meaning as such]...
Kant’s fundamental idea of state and law in Pushkin’s Boris Godunov
The tragedy Boris Godunov occupies a unique place in A. S. Pushkin’s ... ... It was a turning point, when the author needed the whole power of his poetical genius, when a work beyond traditional literary ... ... style that transforms its predecessors in an act of creativity, appeared in Russian culture. Boris Godunov marked the birth of ... ... of Judgement but he also read Kant’s works on epistemological theory. In his tragedy, Pushkin was guided by Kant’s ideas of ...
Kant, Gödel, and the problem of synthetic a priori judgements
Debates over Kant’s famous postulate about the existence of synthetic a priori judgements in mathematics, formulated in the Critique of Pure ... ... American logician Irving Copi was the first to use Gödel’s first incompleteness theory to that end. While his small work went almost unnoticed, such ideas were expressed... ... metafisike, moguschej pojavitsja kak nauka [Prolegomena to any future metaphysics that may appear as a science] in: Kant, I. Sochinenija v shesti tomah [The works in six volumes]...
Analytic Philosophy: a Historico-Critical Survey
1. Austin, 1956: Austin J. L. Ifs and C ans // Proceedings of the British Academy. 1956. Vol. 42.
2. Black, 1940: Black M. Relations between Logical ... ... Bertrand Russell. L. : Gollanz, 1959.
8. Goodman, 1951: Goodman N. The Structure of Appearance. Cambridge (Mass.) : Harvard University Press, 1951.
9. Moore, 1905: Moore... ... C. Galavotti. Napoli : Biopolis, 1991.
17. Rescher, 1973: Rescher N. The Coherence Theory of Truth. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1973.
18. Rorty, 1980: Rorty R....
Kant’s Dissertation for the Master’s Degree On Fire and the Transformations of his Ideas of Ethereal Matter
Kant’s dissertation for the Master’s degree Succinct Exposition of Some Meditations on Fire was written in Latin in 1755 as a sample (specimen) preceding a Master’s exam, but its first printing did not appear until 1838. What is the relevance of this Master’s dissertation for historical and philosophical studies? To answer this ... ... Zhuchkov. Moscow: Progress-Traditsiya, pp. 686-716. (In Rus.)
Chernov, S. A., 1985. Teoriya fiziki v “Opus postumum” Kanta [Theory of Physics in Kant’s “Opus Postumum”]. Kantian Journal, 1(10), pp. 20-29. (In Rus.)
Descartes, R., 1982. Principles ...
Edmund Husserl’s phenomenology and a cognitive-semantic interpretation of Kant’s transcendentalism
This article analyses one of the recent realist interpretations of Kant — the one proposed by S. L. Katrechko. ... ... Springer. Pp. 149—174.
17. Husserl, E. 1959, Erste Philosophie (1923/4). Zweiter Teil: Theorie der phänomenologischen Reduktion, Husserliana VIII, Den Haag, Martinus Nijhoff... ... Rolle? In: Kant-Studien 96, S. 407—426.
Kant, transcendentalism, thing in itself, appearance, realistic interpretation, representation, phenomenology, experience
Kaliningrad Architectural Landscape as a Tourist Attraction
The authors consider the development of urban tourism as one of the factors behind the socioeconomic development of a territory.... ... today Kaliningrad. Drawing reconstruction and thoughts about regaining the historical appearance of the city].
7. Materialy Mezhdunarodnogo proektnogo seminara (workshop)... ... [Historical, philosophical, political and legal sciences, cultural studies and art history. Theory and Practice], no. 4—1 (30), p. 130—133.
10. Nikolaenko, D. V. 2003, Rekreacionnaja...
Cross-border Specialization of Interregional Interaction: Applying New Assessment Methods
Cross-border cooperation as a type of interregional interaction is becoming a significant factor in the development of border regions. It can be viewed as a result of intensification of ... ... assessment of the impact of cross-border cooperation on the development of border regions appears to be a research challenge. In this paper, we offer an approach to the assessment... ... gosudarstvennogo regulirovanija territorial'nogo razvitija [States and regions. The theory and practice of state regulation of territorial development], Moscow.
Kant and the Problem of Optimism: The Origin of the Debate
Kant scholars have rarely addressed the notion of optimism as it was interpreted by the Königsbergian philosopher in the mid-18th ... ... The first of a two-part series, this article studies the historical context in which appeared Kant’s 1759 lecture advertisement leaflet entitled An Attempt at Some Reflections... ... polemic on Crusian philosophy. This article presents Crusius’s arguments against the theory that this is the best of all possible worlds and in favour of the theory that...
Studies into the history of Russian Neo-Kantianism in Poland
The article deals with the jey areas of Russian Neo-Kantianism studies in Poland. Although the number and quality of studies ... ... dedicated to certain scholars or aspects of the history of Russian Neo-Kantianism have appeared recenly. The authors believe that a breakthrough in the Polish Neo-Kantianism... ... interpretacii Genriha Rikkerta. Pier. V. Prohorova, V. Belova [Relative validity of the theory of reflection in the interpretation of Heinrich Rickert. Trans. V. Prochorov...