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 Russia and Phenomenological Tradition

 

St.Petersburg, RUSSIA

September 14-18, 2005

 

Convener N.A. Pecherskaya, edited by A.A. Volokovykh. – St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy, 2005. – 219 p. 

Price: 18$ without the mailing costs.

 

ISBN 5-900291-27-8

 

The collection contains papers presented at the International Conference “Russia and Phenomenological Tradition” held in St. Petersburg during the period September 14th - 17th, 2005 by the Research Seminar Orbiculus Phaenomenologicus of the St. Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy and the Center for Advanced Research in Phenomenology, Inc., headquartered at Florida Atlantic University. Prominent Russian and foreign scholars provide in their presentations a comprehensive overview of the history and the contemporary state of phenomenological philosophy in Russia, outline the place of phenomenology in the forming of the present-day cultural and historical identity of Russian society, and specify the role of phenomenology in the encounter between traditional Russian culture and the values of “European humanity”.

The collection is addressed mainly to scholars, and postgraduate students specializing in philosophy, history of arts and the humanities in general. Many problems raised in the articles might also be interesting for the general public in regard to the history of Russian culture in the 20th century and its future perspectives.

 

Supported by the Organization of Phenomenological Organizations (OPO) )

www.phenomenologycenter.org

 

 

If you are interested in purchasing the volume, please, address to phenoconf@mail.ru  with your requests.

 

CONTENTS

 

FROM THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE……………………….

6

Prof. Dr.Eugene ARININ

PHENOMENOLOGY OF RELIGION AS A UNIVERSITY DISCIPLINE…………………………………………………………...

 

 

8

Yuri BESPECHANSKY

ABOUT SOME SIMILARITIES IN THE CONCEPTIONS AND IDEAS OF “REALITY AND MAN” BY S.L. FRANK AND “CARTESIAN REFLECTIONS” BY E. HUSSERL………………….

 

 

 

13

Dr. Anastasia CHADAEVA

THINKING THE NAME AS A WAY TO COGNIZE REALITY……

 

19

Prof. Dr. Alexei CHERNYAKOV

HEIDEGGER AND “RUSSIAN QUESTIONS”……………………...

 

22

Dr. Jonkus DALUS

FROM GNOSEOLOGY TO PHENOMENOLOGY OF MAN AND CULTURE (ADOPTION OF PHENOMENOLOGY IN V. SESEMANN’S PHILOSOPHICAL THOUGHT)…………………….

 

 

 

36

Prof. Dr. Irina Dmitrevskaya

ONTOLOGICAL PREMISES OF PSYCHOLOGISM AND E. HUSSERL’S PHENOMENOLOGY…………………………………..

 

 

42

Prof. Dr. Ilia DOKUCHAEV

PHENOMENOLOGY, SEMIOTICS AND STRUCTURAL-FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS…………………………………………..

 

 

47

Prof. Dr. Lester Embree

Reflection on Others………………………………………….

 

51

Dr. Igor EVLAMPIYEV

THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF E. HUSSERL AND THE CONCEPTS OF MAN IN THE RUSSIAN PHILOSOPHY OF THE BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURY……………………………...

 

 

 

59

Dr. Roman Gromov

East-European structuralism and phenomenology. Methodological problems of historico-philosophical study……………………………

 

 

 

62

Dr. Ilia INISHEV

PHENOMENOLOGY AND LANGUAGE…………………………...

 

65

Dr. Olga Ivashchuk

Conceptual form in Hegel’s Logic as a claim and turn to phenomenological problems………………….

 

 

70

 

 

Dr Svetlana  KONACHEVA

PHENOMENOLOGY AND THEOLOGY IN THE WORKS OF EARLY HEIDEGGER………………………………………………...

 

 

73

Prof. Dr. Alexander Kozin

Painting the Divine: Iconoclasm and the Revelation of the Face……………………………………….

 

 

80

Dr. Alexei Kurbanovsky

Malevich and Husserl: the PUNCTURED line of suprematist phenomenology………………………………

 

 

82

Dr. Vitaliy KURENNOY

MORITZ SCHLICK AND CRITICISM OF PHENOMENOLOGY: 
FROM THE HISTORY OF STRUGGLE FOR THE STATUS OF 
“PHILOSOPHY AS AN EXACT SCIENCE”………………………...

 

 

 

90

Dr. Zhanna LATYSHEVA

G.G. SHPET’S CONCEPTION OF A WORK OF ART……………...

 

93

Dr. Andrey Lavrukhin

The idea of formal axiology in Husserl’s 1908-1914 lectures on ethics……………………………………………...

 

 

96

Dr. Vitaliy LEKHTSIYER

GNOSEOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHICAL PSYCHOLOGY OF S.L. FRANK IN THE CONTEXT OF GERMAN PHENOMENO-LOGY OF CONSCIOUSNESS (F. BRENTANO, E. HUSSERL)……

 

 

 

101

Prof. Dr. Algis Mickunas

TRANSCENDENTAL GROUND OF INTRINSIC WORTH IN RUSSIAN LITERATURE……………………………………………..

 

 

105

Prof. Dr. Viktor Molchanov

Unity of Consciousness and Deformation of Experience (Flux of Consciousness und Hypertrophy of Ego)…………………………………………..

 

 

 

124

Prof. Dr. Nelly MOTROSHILOVA

GUSTAV SHPET’S WORK “APPEARANCE AND MEANING” IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF RUSSIAN PHENOMENOLOGY……….

 

 

134

Dr. Rakhmatullo MUKHAMADIYEV

SPET AND HUSSERL – SOLIDARITY AND DIFFERENCE………

 

144

Dr. Oleg MUKHUTDINOV

IDEA OF PHENOMENOLOGY……………………………………...

 

147

Dr. Andrei Patkul

THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL COURSE OF I. A. IL’IN’S historico-philosophical STUDIES………………………….

 

 

150

 

4

Dr. Evgenii Plekhanov

V. I. Nesmelov’s Phenomenological concept of personality……………………………………………………….

 

 

153

Dr. Tatyana Sñhedrina

Gustav Shpet’s ideas in the context of the phenomenological aesthetics…………………………….

 

 

157

Dr. Anna SHIYAN

PHENOMENOLOGICAL PROBLEMS IN SHPET’S CREATIVE WORK………………………………………………………………….

 

 

160

Stanislav SIMAKOV

PHENOMENOLOGICAL SOURCES OF THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL IDEAS OF MAX SCHELER……………….

 

 

165

Prof. Dr. Tanja Stähler

Reverse Perspective: Pavel Florensky and Maurice Merleau-Ponty on Space and Linear Perspective in Renaissance Art……………………………

 

 

 

170

Dr. Alexander USACHEV

PHENOMENOLOGICAL COMPONENTS IN THE ONTOLOGICAL GNOSEOLOGY OF N.O. LOSSKY………………

 

 

178

Anastasia VEINMEISTER

HUSSERL — CASSIRER— LOSEV (THE SEMIOTIC ASPECT)….

 

181

Ivan Vikulov

S.N. Bulgakov: religion as recognition of the transcendent…………………………………………………….

 

 

185

Dr. Viacheslav VOLNOV

THE IDEA OF PHENOMENOLOGY………………………………...

 

188

Dr. Alexey Volskij

Hölderlins Dichtung aus Heideggers Sicht (Am Beispiel der Hymne „Wie wenn am Feiertage…“)……..

 

 

192

Prof. Dr. Ludwig Wenzler

PhÅnomenalitÅt und Nicht-Phånomenalitåt
der menschlichen Person……………………………………

 

 

203

Dr. Anna YAMPOLSKAYA

PHENOMENOLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENT: LEVINAS AND KOYRE……………………………..

 

 

211

Prof. Dr. Natalia ZHIVOLUPOVA

MAX SCHELER AND MIKHAIL  BAKHTIN IN THE 1920s: CONCEPT OF “BODY” IN PHENOMENOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF VALUES……………………………………

 

 

 

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