The Knight of Contemporary Russian Kantiana. On the 85th Birthday of Leonard Kalinnikov
... Outcomes (2021). L. A. Kalinnikov’s works form an impressive and original part of contemporary Russian Kantiana.
Dementev, I. O., 2013. Book Review: L. A. Kalinnikov. E. T. A. Gofman i I. Kant. Preodolenie romantizma [E. T. A. Hoffmann and I. Kant. Transcending Romanticism]. IKBFU’s Vestnik, 6, pp. 159-164. (In Rus.)
Kalinnikov, L. A., 1985. The Concepts of “Thing in General” and “Thing in Itself” and their Role in Kant’s System of “Criticism”. Kantian Journal, 1(10), pp. 4-11. (In ...
The Emergence of Onto-Gnoseology among Russian Intuitivists as Criticism of Neo-Kantianism
... Lossky and Semyon Frank. I demonstrate that the emergence of these doctrines and the development of their onto-gnoseological categorial apparatus were 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 ...
Aspects of the ‘transcendental’ according to Kant and Husserl: Logos, matheme, metaphor
... Tradition. In: The New Husserl. A Critical Reader, Ed. by D. Welton, Bloomington, Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, p. 181—198.
7. Chernyakov, A. G. 1991, Transcendentnoye i Transcendentalnoye. Problema Syntheza v Philosophii Kanta i Husserla. [The Transcendent and the Transcendental. The Problem of Synthesis of Kant’s and Husserl’s Philosophy.], in: Logos. Mezhdunaronye Chtenia po Istorii Kultury. [A Logos. International Reading on Cultural History.] Book 1, Leningrad: Edition of Leningrad ...
Kant’s transcendentalism as a transcendental paradigm of philo¬so¬phiz¬ing
... philosophy as a special transcendental paradigm (a special type of philosophical research) differing from both the "objective" metaphysics of Antiquity and the "subjective" metaphysics of Modernity (the metaphysics of an object (transcendent metaphysics; meta—physics) — experience (transcendental metaphysics) — the metaphysics of the subject (immanent metaphysics; meta—psychology)). For this purpose, the author introduces suchnew methodological concepts as “transcendental ...
The principle of anagramming from an intralighustic perspective: phonetics and syntax
This article considers general conditions for anagrammatic transformations from the perspective of phonological processes and rules of syntax, which helps to identify fundamental cognitive factors leading to the possibility of anagrams. These are the transcendence of temporal linear organisation of discursive formation and their comprehensive understanding at deep levels of human mentality.
1. Арутюнова Н. Д., Толстая С. М. От редактора // Логический анализ ...
The phenomenon of twelve-tone music in Samuel Beckett’s short stories
This article considered Beckett’s French short stories through the prism of philosophical and aesthetic foundations of modernist music. The rejection of tonal hierarchies by dodecaphonists to transcend the limits of the traditional sonic semiosis can be compared to Beckett’s aspiration to go beyond the ‘fetish’ of words. The study emphasizes similarities between the creative systems of Beckett and the Second Viennese School/neoclassicists....
"Salvation of nature" in three Hammann's letters to Kant
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physico-theology, theopoiesis, theory, hypostasis, synaugy, condescendence, performativity, discourse, phenomenological ontology, contingency, transcendence, immanence, transcendentality, synergy
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The Embodied Practical Ideal: Kant’s Ethicotheology and Godmanhood
... merely as a critical philosopher, that there are not enough rational grounds for thinking divine nature. Rational philosophy can think the archetype of perfection only as its pure and whole moral attitude through all the maxims and acts. Philosophy would transcend its boundaries if it claimed more and expected recognition of the prototypical theology of the ideal as the content of church faith. But it is not by chance that Kant sets forth the philosophical theory of the archetype as the content of faith ...
The phenomenology of Pushkin’s ‘universal sympathy (based on ‘Аscene from ‘Faust’, ‘The feast in the time of plague’, and ‘the Wanderer’)
... Pushkin. In: A. A. Faustov and M. Fraize, eds. Universalii russkoi literatury [Universals of Russian literature]. Vol. 2. Voronezh. pp. 376—389 (in Russ.).
Gaidenko, P. P., 1966. Husserl’s intentionality problem and the existentialist category of transcendence. In: T. I. Oiserman, ed. Sovremennyi ekzistentsializm [Modern existentialism]. Moscow. pp. 77—107 (in Russ.).
Goethe, I. V., 1976. Faust. In: A. Anikst and B. Wilmont, eds. I. V. Goethe. Sobranie sochinenii v 10 tomakh [I. V. Goethe. Collected ...
Vernunft und Glaube. Zu Kants Deduktion der Gnadenlehre
... conduct has now to be understood as complementary to the result of the transcendental deduction of the categories, namely the restriction of theoretical reason to the sensible world. Faith in God’s grace does not represent objective knowledge. As transcending objective knowledge, however, faith refers to the theoretically inexplicable awareness of moral obligation, and with it the idea of an intelligible world, as a necessary precondition of one’s moral conduct in the sensible world.
Edmund Husserl’s phenomenology and a cognitive-semantic interpretation of Kant’s transcendentalism
... of the a priori: analysis or interpretation], In: Immanuil Kant: nasledie I proekt [Immanuel Kant: heritage and project], Moscow, pp. 136—153.
11. Shiyan, A. A. 2015, Transstendenziya suschnostey i zhiznenniy mir v phenomenologii Edmunda Husserlya [Transcendence of entities and life-world in phenomenology of Edmund Husserl]. In: Istoriya philosophii: istoriya ili philosophiya? [History of philosophy: history or philosophy?], Moscow,
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The significance of the critique of A. I. Vvedensky’s ‘new psychophysiological law’ for Russian philosophy
... religious philosophy. Using the tools of criticism, the Russian philosopher identified the metaphysical origins in scientific knowledge in order to eliminate them, although preserving the particular critical field of metaphysics dealing with issues transcending the available rational knowledge. Such an approach to the role of metaphysics, as well as demarcation of the border between philosophy and psychology amid the need for coherent knowledge provoked sharp criticism. The author describes Vvednesky’s ...
The Notion of Free Will in Sergey Hessen’s Conception of Culture
... interpretation of the common will as a continuously renewed result of interaction among a multitude of individuals. An individual, according to Hessen, can understand his own past as a continuity only by comparing its component social practices to something that transcends his goals and that is not reduced to a fragment of personal being.
Bambach, C., 2009. Neo-Kantianism. In: A. Tucker, ed. 2009. A Companion to the Philosophy of History and Historiography. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 477-487.
The Problem of the Relationship between Apperception, Self-Consciousness and Consciousness in Kant’s Critical Philosophy
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Kitcher, P., 2015. Bewusstsein. In: M. Willaschek, J. Stolzenberg, G. Mohr, S. Bacin, Hg. 2015. Kant-Lexikon, Band 1. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter, pp. 281-285.
Krouglov, A. N., 2005. Did Kant have a transcendent subject? In: Istoriko-filosofskii ezhegodnik 2004 [History of Philosophy Yearbook 2004]. Moscow: Nauka, pp. 279-295. (In Rus.)
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The Concepts of “Appearance” and “Phenomenon” in Transcendental Philosophy (Kant, Husserl, Fink)
... the nature of Kant’s “thing in itself” and proposes a new grounding of Husserl’s thesis which questions Kant’s agnosticism.
Burkhanov, R. A., 2016. Thing in itself and a Phenomenon, Noumenon and Phenomenon, Transcendental, Immanent and Transcendent in the Theoretical 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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‘Reaching out’ beyond the text: philosophical notes
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Tul’chinskii, G., 2010. A shift in the humanities paradigm, a transcendal subject and posthuman personology. Metodologiya i istoriya psikhologii [Methodology and history of psychology], 5 (1), pp. 35—51 (in Russ.).
Shelkovnikov, A., 2012. Yu. M. Lotman — a philosopher. Prepodavatel’ ХХI vek [Teacher ХХI ...
The Philosophy of Vasily Sesemann and Marburg Neo-Kantianism
... non-mediated component. The irrational factor of knowledge is the problems faced by human reason, as well as a condition for the progress of knowledge. The Russian philosopher strives to develop an original philosophical structure that just partially transcends the Neo-Kantian school. He is strongly influenced by the phenomenological movement, although expressing certain criticism thereof. The author draws a parallel between Se-semann’s ideas and Nicolai Hartmann’s conception, which makes it possible ...