On the Special Features of Contemporary Philosophizing

Russian Studies in Philosophy 36 (2):27-53 (1997)
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Venturing beyond the framework of an existing culture becomes philosophizing when society begins to sense an acute need for a critique of its historical experience and a change in its cultural underpinnings, which are necessary for attaining a qualitatively new level of interpretaion and understanding. Philosophizing appears as a specialized form of life activity in the sphere of the universal, as an ongoing search for new ways and new foundations for developing the diversity of cultural processes lying at the basis of the reproduction of society, culture, and relations



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