Recent Submissions

  • Foundations of a Philosophical Theory of Exceptions: A Historical Perspective 

    Zhavoronkov, Alexey G.; Жаворонков, А.Г. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    The article presents the largely neglected ‘alternative’ history of the philosophical notion of exception, from Ancient Rome till the late 19th century, illustrated by Cicero, Leibniz, Kant, Hegel, Kierkegaard and ...
  • Rational Theology in Polemic Strategies of Early Christian Apologues 

    Svetlov, Roman V.; Shmonin, Dmitry V.; Светлов, Р.В.; Шмонин, Д.В. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    The texts of early Christian apologists are an example of a clear argumentative reaction to a number of external and internal challenges. The internal ones included changes in the size and structure of the community, ...
  • Journey as a Philosophical Project 

    Sineokaya, Yulia V.; Синеокая, Ю.В. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    Based on literary and philosophical texts describing journeys of Xavier de Maistre, Albert Camus, Hermann Hesse, Joseph Brodsky, etc. in their rooms, the author discusses the entelechy of journey as an experience of ...
  • Axiology and Agathology 

    Shokhin, Vladimir K.; Шохин, В.К. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    From the very beginning, attention is given to the fact that, being introduced at the very beginning of the 20th century, the axiology term, meaning the doctrine of values, almost immediately led to a boom in the development ...
  • Under the Eye of Others (the Socialized Interpretation of Shame in the History of Ethics) 

    Prokof’ev, Andrei V.; Прокофьев, А.В. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    The main purpose of the article is to reconstruct the development of a socialized interpretation of shame in the Western philosophical tradition from antiquity up to the 17th century. Along with the standard methods of ...
  • The Dialogue between Theology and Science as an Open-Ended Hermeneutics of the Human Condition 

    Nesteruk, Alexei V.; Нестерук, А.В. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    This paper represents a direct continuation and development of my stance on the sense of the dialogue between theology and science as it is seen through the eyes of phenomenological philosophy and its extension towards ...
  • Theological and Epistemological Principles of Ancient Natural Science 

    Koptseva, Natalia P.; Reznikova, Ksenia V.; Копцева, Н.П.; Резникова, К.В. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    The article discusses methodology of ancient natural science based on the analysis of the fragment 29cd from Plato’s “Timaeus” and Comments on this fragment, which were written by Proclus Dyadochus. Particular focus is ...
  • The Book as an Element of Atheistic Upbringing Through the Example of the Atheist Guide Series 

    Kolmakova, Mariia V.; Колмакова, М.В. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    The article concerns a series of Atheist Guide books, published by the Omsk publishing house within the period from 1983 to 1989. The books represent a developed atheist education system, which takes into account the ...
  • Ontology of the Multitude and Heterarchy of the Common 

    Kerimov, Tapdyg Kh.; Krasavin, Igor V.; Керимов, Т.Х.; Красавин, И.В. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    This paper explores ontology of multitude, reflecting the General Intellect theory by A. Negri, M. Lazzarato, P. Virno, M. Pasquinelli and others. General Intellect is used as a synonym of the cognitive capacity of ...
  • Moral Philosophy and Ethics: The Demarcation Line 

    Guseynov, Abdusalam A.; Гусейнов, А.А. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    The paper proposes an idea that moral philosophy and ethical theory are congruent with each other in their subject, but differ in their methods: the first one grasps a human act from the inside in its primary moral ...
  • Overcoming Word-Centrism: Towards a New Foundation for the Philosophy of Language 

    Boroday, Sergey Yu.; Бородай, С.Ю. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    This article attempts to rethink the understanding of language as a “set of words” that correspond to the “objects” of external reality, which is characteristic of Western philosophy and lay perception. The following ...
  • Socio-Cultural Determinacy of Human Loneliness 

    Belyaev, Igor A.; Lyashchenko, Maksim N.; Беляев, И.А.; Лященко, М.Н. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    The article justifies the socio-cultural determinacy of human loneliness. Philosophical and cultural discourse has been developing through synthesis of heterogeneous and diverse theoretical positions. The formula by Karl ...
  • Sorokin Pitirim Revisited. His Place in Social Philosophy as a Transdisciplinary Thinker 

    Antonovskiy, Alexander Yu.; Антоновский, А.Ю. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    The article reviews the contribution made by Pitirim Sorokin, Russian- American sociologist and philosopher, into the development of social thought during the Russian period of his work. It analyses the program of ...
  • Introduction to the Philosophical Thematic Issue of the Journal of Siberian Federal University 

    Koptseva, Natalia P.; Копцева, Н.П. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2020-08)
    The introduction to the thematic issue devoted to philosophical sciences reveals the concept that unites all the articles published therein. Philosophical topics are developed by Russian scientists in different cities, ...
  • Socratic Dialogue as Kairotic Logos 

    Alymova, Elena V.; Алымова, Е.В. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2019-12)
    Abstract. The article is dedicated to the Soctatic dialogue as a genre of Ancient philosophical literature, represented by the so-called Socratics. The masterpieces of this type of composition are the dialogues of Plato. ...
  • D.V. Pivovarov’s Concept of the Ideal as the Basis of Modern Theory of Fine Arts 

    Zhukovsky, Vladimir I.; Жуковский, В.И. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2018)
    The article reveals the methodological principles of the Russian researcher D.V. Pivovarov’s synthetic theory of the ideal, which laid the foundation for the research of regularities of an ideal-forming process in fine ...