OAI Archive: DSpace at Belgorod State University
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- K. M. Laufer, Consciousness as a Necessary Element of Evolution of the Cosmos.The article considers the ideas of the early work of E.V. Ilyenkov "Cosmology of the Spirit" of necessity and inevitability of matter to create consciousness. Dialectics of subject responses to impacts of the outside world is represented from the materialist point of view: from mechanical response in inanimate nature to subject and activity-oriented nature of human consciousness.No categories
- M. Z. Izotov & R. K. Turyszhanova, Philosophical Problems of Social and Human Cognition.The given article goes for the demarcation idea of social and intrascientific values. It is noted that the important component of social development is the world of things, which is created by the human in the process of writing and included into the social existence context. At the same time, as the world is humanized, a human as a social being is usually included in the object of social cognition. As a result, the knower and the object of social cognition (...)No categories
- Ja S. Yaskevich, Socio-Cultural and Geopolitical Risks in Modern Society.The specifics of political and socio-cultural risks in the context of globalization is revealed, the formation factors of geopolitical and local risks are described and the content models of contemporary geopolitical scenarios are analyzed.No categories
- Bahram Moghaddas & O. V. Dekhnich, The Philosophy of Structuralism in Language and Linguistics.Structuralism underlies on the concepts that every system possesses a structure, that structure determines the position of every element of a whole, that structural rules deal with coexistence than changes, and that structures are the "real things" underlying the surface of meaning. In language and linguistic studies, structuralism includes collecting a corpus of utterances and then attempting to classify all of the elements of the corpus at their different linguistic levels.No categories
- B. I. Pruzhinin & T. G. Shchedrina, Methodological Strategies of Humanitarian Research and Expertise: Assessment of Socio-Cultural Risks.This paper deals with the modern methodological strategies of humanitarian researches in the context of practical use of modern science. The authors give the idea that the methodology requires tools of cultural and historical epistemology, with the help of which the scientific community could examine socio-cultural risks arising from applied researches.No categories
- O. N. Polukhin & P. A. Olkhov, Project Strategies of Political Thought: Meta-Scientific Dominants.This paper deals with the problem of philosophical and scientific reflection of the value assumptions in political thinking. The authors of the paper use the concept of civic consciousness to demonstrate the relationship of historical axiological senses of political thinking in the context of holistic comprehension of the state life of people.No categories
- A. D. Maidansky, Russian Leviathan and the Marxist Idea of Dying Out of the State.This paper deals with the causes of blatant discrepancies of Marxist idea of the state dying-off with the historical practice of "real socialism". The author concludes that the real possibility of the state dying-off is opened by the process of decentralization, personalization of production that results from the emergence of a new type of technology such as the programmable, automatically operating machines.No categories
- N. I. Biryukov, The Origins of Consciousness in Later Soviet Neomarxism.The article deals with a group of Soviet philosophers who sought a non-dogmatic, innovative interpretation of Marxism. The key figures were Evald Ilyenkov, Felix Mikhailov and Genrikh Batishchev. Drawing on the recently published writings of "early" Marx that dealt with subjects going beyond the official tenets of dialectical and historical materialism, they attempted to reconsider the concept of the ideal, seeking to amend its status within the doctrine, stressed the fundamental difference between the natural and the social and hence the (...)No categories
- V. P. Tsyupka, Philosophical Comprehension of Natural-Science Understanding of the Matter and its Types.The matter can be defined as an objective reality. The definition of the matter has a universal value for the natural science.No categories
- S. A. Myakchilo, Reflection of Human Dignity From the Descriptive to the Constructive Approach.Implicit contradictions of modern concepts of human dignity hinder the implementation of the principle of dignity as a regulator of social practice. We need a new theory of dignity, which is expected to replace the descriptive approach and aims to synthesize the idea and images of human dignity into a single value-rational and emotional complex supported by the mechanism of self-consciousness of the individual and the human community, and by the reflection of dignity.No categories
- V. E. Penkov & A. V. Subbotin, The Methodological Problems of “Human-Sizedness” of Modern Cosmological Theories.The article is picking up new methodological approaches to the study of the Cosmos and the understanding of the place of a human being in the Universe. The article has a methodological character and is presented in the form of the analysis and synthesis of various aspects of the study of this problem. The article considers theoretical and methodological aspects of cosmology, the analysis of modern scientific theories, the scope of their applicability. The obtained outputs can be used in cosmological (...)No categories
- N. N. Bolgov, Themistius and His Works in the Context of Cultural Continuity = Фемистий И Его Сочинения В Контексте Культурного Континуитета.This article is devoted to the general heritage of Themistius, the orator, philosopher, and rhetorician who worked in Constantinople in the second half of the fourth century. All previous works have considered only his philosophical ideas. The author pays special attention to Themistius’s orations, which are divided into political and private.No categories
- T. J. Afanasjeva, The Post-Structuralism Philosophy as Postmodernism Culture Reflection.The postmodernism merit consists that it doesn't leave from the analysis of this sort of problems, as unworthy attention of the professional philosopher. The human culture isn't reduced only to the certain refined samples which admits any group of people.