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  1. Andrey Smirnov: The Logic of Sense as a Logic of Culture.Vladimir A. Konev - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (6):439-456.
    This article analyzes the philosophical views of the Russian philosopher Andrey V. Smirnov. Smirnov has advanced and substantiated the idea that there exist at least two distinct ways of linking th...
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  2. A “Big Culture” and Cogito.Andrey V. Smirnov - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (6):457-466.
    The Cartesian cogito ergo sum is a major milestone for modern European philosophy, which shaped its mainstream for centuries. This dictum states that consciousness is the only reliable object of in...
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  3. A Simpleminded Discourse on Enfolding and Unfolding.Andrey V. Smirnov - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (6):467-490.
    The paradigm of enfolded-unfolded introduced by Nicolas of Cusa, poses a puzzling question: why and how are the enfolded and unfolded equal to itself and to each other (coi...
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  4. Classical Eurasianism as a Post-Revolutionary Philosophy.Andrey V. Smirnov - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (6):522-534.
    Classical Eurasianism is a multifaceted set of teachings centered around ideas introduced by Nikolai S. Trubetskoy. Out of...
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  5. Translation as the Manufacturing of Meaning: A Few Words About the Title of Ibn Khaldūn’s History.Andrey V. Smirnov - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (6):491-521.
    Meaning is not a ready-made entity found in dictionaries as signified by a language sign, but rather something which is manufactured through a sense-positing procedure that starts with an initial i...
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    A Critical Conjunction.Vladimir S. Bibler - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (5):343-345.
    Here Bibler argues that the “beginning” of logic must be understood as a conjunction of the logical and extra-logical. This is in fact the justification of the logic of being, which means the conjo...
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    A “Return” to the Traditions of Philosophical Logic (Sixteenth to Early Nineteenth Centuries): A Return or a Transformation?Vladimir S. Bibler - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (5):419-437.
    This section reproduces the part of Bibler’s book Thinking as Creative Work that discusses the subject as a “microsocium” combining the rational intellect, reason, intelligence, and intuitio...
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  8. Back to the Logic of Paradox.Vladimir S. Bibler - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (5):355-356.
    The author once again offers a definition of paradox that fundamentally differs from a Hegelian notion of contradiction. In a paradox, thought should logically identify and comprehend the mental re...
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  9. Culture at the Focal Point of Being (Towards a Twentieth-Century Phenomenology): Introduction.Vladimir S. Bibler - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (5):357-358.
    In this short excerpt from an Introduction to his celebrated book From the Doctrine of Science to the Logic of Culture, Bibler shows that the phenomenon of culture has shifted into the cente...
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    From the “Doctrine of Science”1 to the Logic of Culture.Vladimir S. Bibler - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (5):346-354.
    Modern logical concepts—essences, phenomena, causality, and so forth—border on medieval concepts, including the concept of man’s and, ultimately, God’s involvement in real objects. According to Bib...
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    Kant Peers Into the Mid-Twentieth Century—Kant Peers Into the Seventeenth Century.Vladimir S. Bibler - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (5):323-337.
    In this excerpt, Vladimir S. Bibler attempts to demonstrate how the initial concepts of Newtonian mechanics are fraught with contradictions. The first is related to the law of inertia, which states...
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    Logic Must Justify Its Own Beginning: It Must Become “Dia-Logic”.Vladimir S. Bibler - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (5):387-395.
    In this section, Bibler discusses the minutia of logic, specifically the development and maturation of logic as well as the self-justification of logic. Bibler points out that, in the science of lo...
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    Our Being on the Eve of the Twenty-First Century.Vladimir S. Bibler - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (5):359-369.
    In this excerpt from his celebrated book From the Doctrine of Science to the Logic of Culture, Bibler discusses a break in historical continuity due to fundamental changes in the social sphe...
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  14. Back to the Problem of Self-Justification. Where Hegel and Feuerbach Left Off..Vladimir S. Bibler - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (5):396-418.
    In this long excerpt, Bibler argues that, in Hegel’s logic, thinking devours the object—the Absolute is achieved—and therefore thinking itself disappears. Yet thinking necessarily involves being, e...
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    The Concept of Culture. Culture as a Communication of Cultures. The World for the First Time.Vladimir S. Bibler - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (5):378-386.
    In this section, Bibler once again explicates the meaning of the term “culture.” He first defines it as a form of simultaneous being and communication among people of different cultures and eras. T...
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    The Idea of Paradox in Initial Definition.Vladimir S. Bibler - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (5):338-342.
    In this excerpt, Vladimir S. Bibler attempts to show that the initial concepts of mechanics that were formulated in the 1660s are paradoxical; they result in contradictory concepts. However, this p...
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  17. The Twentieth Century and the Phenomenon of Culture.Vladimir S. Bibler - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (5):370-377.
    In this excerpt, Bibler dissects the dual connection of past and present through sublation of the past in the present and on the basis of its preservation through their interaction. Culture is buil...
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    Vladimir S. Bibler: A Remarkable Russian Philosopher.Tamara B. Dlugach - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (5):311-322.
    This article discusses a new conception of logic developed by the well-known Russian philosopher Vladimir Solomonovich Bibler. Analyzing prior methods of thinking and previous types of logics, he c...
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    Boris Pasternak and His Intellectual Legacy.Marina F. Bykova - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (4):247-251.
    For many Western readers, the name of Boris Pasternak is associated exclusively with his novel, Doctor Zhivago, which he wrote in 1946-55. This masterpiece earned the writer international recogniti...
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    Hermann Cohen’s Ethical Ideas in the Works of Boris Pasternak.Nina A. Dmitrieva - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (4):279-291.
    A unique feature of Pasternak’s reception and interpretation of Cohen’s philosophical ideas consists in the fact that the poet focused mainly on the conception of ethics posed by the head of the Ma...
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  21. The Celestial’s Position, or Over Barriers. Boris Pasternak and Fyodor Stepun.Vladimir K. Kantor - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (4):268-278.
    In this article, the author examines the work of Boris Pasternak, primarily his novel Doctor Zhivago, in the context of his Marburg experience and Kantian ideas as the basis of his moral-aesthetic...
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    Boris Pasternak, “Winter Man”: On the Cultural Self-Identification of Russian Geniuses.Alexei A. Kara-Murza - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (4):300-307.
    This article discusses the evolution of the cultural-civilizational self-identification of Russia’s greatest twentieth-century poet, Boris Leonidovich Pasternak, the 1958 Nobel Prize la...
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  23. In Memoriam Valery A. Podoroga 09.15.1946 – 08.09.2020.Helen Petrovsky - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (4):308-309.
    This summer, the Russian and international philosophical community suffered an irreplaceable loss, the death of Valery A. Podoroga. Valery was a dear friend and colleague to many of the authors and...
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    Skepticism as a Means of “Indirect Exposition”: Boris Pasternak and Gustav Shpet.Tatiana G. Shchedrina & Boris I. Pruzhinin - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (4):292-299.
    When we discuss skepticism, we generally mean a certain philosophical movement with a fundamental basis in doubt. At the same time, the history of philosophy gives us another highly productive, met...
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    Boris Pasternak and Silver Age Intellectual Culture: From Modernist Aesthetics to the New Classical.Olga A. Zhukova - 2021 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (4):252-267.
    Boris Pasternak is a key figure in the history of twentieth-century Russian culture. The artistic originality of his poetry and prose has been the subject of fruitful discussion within literary the...
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