Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences

ISSNs: 0235-1188, 2618-8961

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    History of Social Engineering Theories.Alexandra A. Argamakova - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (7):85-108.
    The first mentions of “social engineering” and “social technologies” concepts started from the 19th century. Until the present moment, different lines of this story have been left neglected and insufficiently researched. In the article, initial meanings and authentic contexts of their usage are explained in more details. The investigation reaches the 1920s−1930s and is finished at the intersection of the Soviet and the American contexts concerned with scientific organization of labor, business optimization and economic planning. In conclusion, recent modifications of (...)
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    Thomas Reid’s Conception of Practical Ethics.Olga V. Artemyeva - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (7):68-84.
    The article analyzes the concept of practical ethics in the moral philosophy of Thomas Reid. The significance of this study is determined by the fact that Reid, for the first time in the history of ethics, offers an internally differentiated conception of moral philosophy, which includes two parts: the theory of morality and practical ethics. The theory of morality studies the conditions for the possibility of morality. Practical ethics is normative, deals directly with the content of morality. Both parts of (...)
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    On the Way to the Integrity of Knowledge.Elena V. Besschetnova - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (7):151-159.
    This review is focused on the book Faith and Science in Russian Religious Thought written by Professor Teresa Obolevich and published by Oxford University Press in 2019. This book has become a landmark event among historians of Russian philosophy. The review examines the main ideas of each of the book’s chapters and shows that they all represent a new look at the problem of the relationship between faith and reason in the history of Russian thought. It is noted that the (...)
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    Philosophy of Music in the Mirror of the Contemporary Age. Article 2.Alexander S. Klujev - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (7):137-150.
    The article examines the processes taking place in contemporary musical culture, and the emphasis is placed on the situation that has developed today in the musical life of Russia. It is noted that many contemporary composers in Russia are breaking with the domestic artistic traditions, focusing on the creative initiatives of composers living in the West. Among the Russian composers, the SoMa group composers are distinguished by a special intransigence to the principles of artistic creativity that tradionally developed in Russia, (...)
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    Digital Science Art as an Ontological Metaphor.Andrey V. Kolesnikov & George G. Malinetsky - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (7):7-25.
    The article considers the possibility of using digital scientific art as a tool for philosophical and aesthetic cognition. On the example of games of cellular automata and from the point of view of the paradigm of synergetics, a large-scale analogy of the dynamics of multi-element distributed systems of various natures is revealed. The question is raised about the nature of beauty, which is interpreted as a fundamental cosmic phenomenon. The concept of protoconstruct is viewed as a mental object, the properties (...)
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    J. Hintikka’s Interrogative Model of Inquiry and Prospects for Its Application in the Study of Artificial Intelligence.Anna Yu Moiseeva - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (7):46-67.
    The article outlines the prospects of using J. Hintikka’s interrogative epistemology for modelling cognitive operations carried out by a cognizing agent to create a machine capable of full cognition. It was established that modeling is divided into two objectives: modeling the cognitive operations and modeling the strategic reasoning. Interrogative epistemology presents a solution to the first objective. It relies on a game-theoretic formal apparatus that allows one to correctly describe all types of possible moves within the framework of a particular (...)
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    Human Nature and the Propensity for Knowledge and Comprehension of Meanings.Alexander E. Razumov - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (7):109-122.
    The article discusses typical for human nature propensity for cognition and understanding. Cognition is a long process of orientation of thought in the world full of substances and energies. This process begins together with an appearing of personality and forms that personality. Understanding is human ability to fit systems of belief and knowledge into the world view recognized by the scientific academy, оr alternatively, to fit one into the religious doctrines. For a more prominent research of cognition and understanding it (...)
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    Humanities, Scientometrics, and Blockchain.Grigorii L. Tulchinskii - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (7):123-136.
    Modern humanities are in an ambiguous situation. Their organization is experiencing a radical challenge from the expansion of science-based assessment methods from modern business. We are talking about evaluating the results of researchers’ work on indicators from scientometrics. As a result, the evaluation subject is not the content of the research result, but their popularity and relevance to dominant views and approaches. The science organization turned upside down: it turns out not scientometrics for science, but rather science for the sake (...)
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    Contradiction as a Positive Property of the Mind: 90 Years of Gödel’s Argument.Dmitriy V. Vinnik - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (7):26-45.
    The article discusses the V.V. Tselishchev’s original and unique systematic study of the specific and extremely complicated problems of Gödel results regarding the question of artificial intelligence essence. Tselishchev argues that the reflexive property should be considered not only as an advantage of human reasoning, but also as an objective internal limitation that appears in case of adding Gödel sentence to a theory to build a new theory. The article analyzes so-called mentalistic Gödel’s argument for fundamental superiority of human intelligence (...)
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    Obedience and Disobedience in the Context of Whistleblowing: An Attempt at Conceptual Clarification.Jovan Babić - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (6):9-33.
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    Expert Assistance in Security Politics: Problems and Possibilities.Marina A. Glaser, Anton V. Polyachenkov & Nikolay N. Novik - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (6):33-54.
    The article examines the problem of correlation between the “knowledge society” and “knowledge practice,” based on analysis of the phenomenon of security expertise as a part of political expertise. In the article, we consider the relationship between politics and security and demonstrate under what circumstances security becomes politics. It is noted that at present the concept of security has become very multifaceted and includes various spheres, from military-political to informational and humanitarian. We defines security expertise, list its key parameters, origin, (...)
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  12. Guilt – Forgiveness – Reconciliation – and Recognition in Armed Conflict.Bernard Koch - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (6):74-91.
    The paper argues that in our usage of moral language we relate three concepts: guilt, forgiveness, and reconciliation. This assumes that we can distinguish between external actions and internal executions, because guilt as well as forgiveness and reconciliation are realities that first affect our inner humanity. When a relationship has been damaged by culpable actions, forgiveness is the precondition of reconciliation. As long as people accuse each other, there can be no talk of true reconciliation. Although these are attitudes, that (...)
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    Philosophical Premises for Saint-Pierre’s Project of the Perpetual Peace.Artem A. Krotov - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (6):92-108.
    The article analyzes the traditional and innovative worldview components in the political doctrine of Saint-Pierre, developed in his work Project for the Establishment of Perpetual Peace in Europe. Reflecting on the political prospects of mankind, the abbot highlighted the psychological motives that, in his opinion, determine acts of rulers. He proceeded from the idea that human nature does not change, his worldview is characterized by the belief that the final forms of government are already present in his epoch and are (...)
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    The War in the Scientific Discourse of Russia and Austria (Book Review: V.K. Belozorov & A. Dubowy (Eds.) Military Science Versus the Science of War in Austria and in Russia = Militärwissenschaften Versus Wissenschaft Über den Krieg in Österreich Und Russland. Moscow: Moscow State Linguistic University, 2021). [REVIEW]Dmitry G. Perednya - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (6):147-159.
    The author reviews the collective work Military Sciences versus the Science of War in Austria and in Russia. The reviewed book considers methodological and ideological problems of modern war and its aspects. The author draws attention to several topics, which are important for understanding modern war. The reviewed work is analyzed from the point of view of its contribution to the development of the philosophy of war. The author focuses on the peculiarities of classical researches on war, pays attention to (...)
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    Hybrid Warfare: Politico-Military Pankration of the 21st Century.Alexey V. Soloviev - 2022 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 64 (6):56-73.
    The article is devoted to the phenomenon of interstate confrontation known as “hybrid war.” It attempts to consider this phenomenon in relation to pankration, the ancient Greek martial art with minimum limitations. The paper defines the philosophical and historical preconditions for hybrid war, its epistemological and ideological aspects. The author assesses the statement declaring Russia guilty of waging this type of war. Analysis of relevant sources allows us to answer the question of the theoretical prerequisites for the formation of the (...)
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