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Publications of Faritov Vyacheslav Tavisovich
Philosophical Thought, 2019-3
Faritov V.T. - The paths of Russian religious philosophy in light of the crisis of European metaphysics: S. N. Bulgakov and F. Nietzsche pp. 8-19

DOI:
10.25136/2409-8728.2019.3.25722

Abstract: The subject of this research is the philosophical and religious views of S. N. Bulgakov in the context of crisis of the European metaphysics. The doctrine of F. Nietzsche is viewed as the sign expression of the crisis of European metaphysics. The author conducts a comparative analysis of the conceptual development of S. N. Bulgakov and F. Nietzsche; as well as the views of both thinkers upon the questions of God, Christianity, culture, history, and humanity. Special attention is given to the questions of ontology, pursuing correlation between the philosophers’ approaches towards solution of the problem of existence, unity and diversity. The article apples the methodological principles and patterns of philosophical comparativism, semiotic analysis, and approaches of ontological research. The main conclusion lies in the thesis on the proximity of conceptual horizons and initial situation of the formation and evolution of the philosophical and religious ideas of S. N. Bulgakov and F. Nietzsche. The author underlines that the main intention in the doctrines of both philosophers is the vector towards overcoming the gap between transcendent and immanent. Although, there are crossing points in their views, both philosophers take different paths, trying to decipher the crisis of European metaphysics.
Philosophical Thought, 2018-12
Faritov V.T., Balakleets N.A. - The ontology of law and economy (postmetaphysical trends in the teachings of G. W. F. Hegel and S. N. Bulgakov pp. 59-71

DOI:
10.25136/2409-8728.2018.12.28313

Abstract: The subject of this article is the ontological grounds of the phenomena of legal and economic activities. The research material is based on the conceptual modelling of G. W. F. Hegel and S. N. Bulgakov. A comparative analysis of Hegel’s “Philosophy of Law” and Bulgakov’s “Philosophy of Economy” is conducted. The foundation and conceptual horizon of the comparative analysis is the idea of crisis in the European metaphysics and search for ways of overcoming it within the Russian philosophy. Therefore, main attention is given to explication of the crisis occurrences in Western metaphysics and postmetaphysical trends in Russian philosophy. The authors apply the methodological principles, paradigms of philosophical comparativism, principles of historical-philosophical study, and method of historical-philosophical reconstruction. The main conclusion lies in the thesis that with regards to the European metaphysics, the thought of S. N. Bulgakov (along with many other representatives of the Russian religious philosophy, beginning with V. S. Solovyev) is in a complicated state of attraction and repulsion. The research demonstrates that what for Hegel is the superior stage of self-comprehension of the spirit (state, law), for the Russian philosophers is just a perishable moment.
Philology: scientific researches, 2018-1
Faritov V.T. - Creativity of Life in Alexander Pushkin's Poem 'Autumn' pp. 38-44

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0749.2018.1.23573

Abstract: The subject of this research is Alexander Pushkin's canonical poem 'Autumn'. The object of the research is the phenomenon of 'creativity of life' as it is revealed in the analyzed text. The article is devoted to the explication of the aesthetic and philosophical moments of creativity in "Autumn" by Alexander Pushkin. The author of the article relies on the conceptual design of Yu.M. Lotman and S.N. Breitman and simultaneously reveals the parallels of the text under consideration with the philosophical ideas of F. Nietzsche as well as M. Heidegger. Special attention is paid in the article to the idea of eternal return. In his research Faritov uses methods of contextual and intertextual analysis of the poetic text and methods of comparative literary studies. The main conclusion of the conducted research is the substantiation of the provision that in his poem 'Autumn' Alexander Pushkin affirms the active, miraculous position of the lyric hero. The novelty of this research is caused by the fact that the author reveals the connection between the phenomenon of creativity and the phenomenon of time and with the idea of eternal return proposed by F. Nietzsche.
Sociodynamics, 2017-5
Faritov V.T. - Creativity and transgression in N. A. Berdyaevs teaching: paths of Russian philosophy in light of the crisis of European metaphysics pp. 120-131

DOI:
10.25136/2409-7144.2017.5.21468

Abstract: This article examines interrelation between the Russian philosophy and the crisis of European metaphysics based on analysis of N. A. Berdyaev’s book “The Meaning of Creativity”. The position is substantiated that the initial point of movement of Berdyaev’s philosophical thought is the crises of metaphysics and search for ways to overcome it. Following the ideology of F. Nietzsche’s doctrine, N. A. Berdyaev subjects to criticism the “metaphysical theory of two worlds” alongside the philosophy of “transcendentalism. According to Berdyaev, the philosophy of creativity can suggest the way of exiting crisis for the Western philosophy. Analyzing the key positions of “The Meaning of Creativity”, the author comes to a conclusion that creativity in the concept of Russian thinker represents a transgressive phenomenon. In his teaching, Berdyaev realizes the transition from metaphysics of transcendence towards philosophy of transgression. Thus, the article explicates the correlation between N. A. Berdyaev’s doctrine with the context of post-Nietzschean paradigm of Western philosophy of the XX century.   
Culture and Art, 2017-4
Faritov V.T. - Philosophical Aspects of Alfred Schnittke's Musical Compositions (Music and Philosophy) pp. 130-141

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2017.4.19417

Abstract: The subject of the present research article is a problem of interpreting the philosophical content of classical music. The object of the research involves philosophical aspects of Aldred Schnittke's compositions. In his analysis of the composer's works Faritov relies on the theoretical study of Kant, Hegel, Wahl, Shestov, Bakhtin, Jaspers and Deleuze. Compositions of Alfred Schnittke explicated such fundamental philosophical categories as transgression, transcendence and the transcendent. In his study Faritov has used the methodological principles and guidelines of such areas as the structural analysis of music and musical semiotics. The main result of the research is the conclusion about the predominance of the phenomenon of transgression in musical works by Alfred Schnittke. The contribution of the author to the topic is the classification of music transgression methods in the works of the composer. The research has also allowed to identify and describe ways of representing transcendence and the transcendent in music.
Philosophical Thought, 2017-4
Faritov V.T. - Nietzsches idea of eternal return: between philosophy and poetry pp. 55-69

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8728.2017.4.22517

Abstract: This article is dedicated to examinatio of the philosophical and poetic features of F. Nietzsche’s idea of eternal return, which explicates the cosmological and anthropological, mythical and philosophical aspects. The metaphysical and post-metaphysical nature of this teaching is underlined. The author provides the examples of the idea of an eternal return in the artistic prose. The doctrine of eternal return is also considered as the principal and universal motive of poetry. The author analyzes the idea of eternal return using the material of the Russian poetry. The main conclusion of the study consists in the position that poetry, along with myth, manifests as one of the sources of the idea of eternal return. The author substantiates the thesis that the poetry presents the idea of eternal return as a synthetic unity of various aspects, which subsequently acquire development in the philosophical reflection.
Litera, 2017-3
Faritov V.T. - Poetic Creativity as the Will to Eternal Return: Imagination and Memory pp. 80-89

DOI:
10.25136/2409-8698.2017.3.22612

Abstract: The article is devoted to the study of the problem of the interrelation between the phenomenon of creativity and the Nietzschean idea of eternal return. The subject of the study is the poem of Lermontov "From under the mysterious cold half-mask ...". Through the analysis of the antithesis of the mask and voice, the author of the article realizes the problem of time. Disclosure of the connection between imagination and memory and creativity makes it possible to identify Lermontov's idea of eternal return. An analysis of the poetic text is supported by the author referring to the conceptual developments of Hegel and Nietzsche as well as M. Bakhtin, N. Berdyayev, E. Husserl, J. Sartre, K. Jung, J. Derrida and J. Deleuze. The author of the article applies the methodology of intertextual and motivational analysis. The main method can be defined as a philosophical analysis of a literary text. The main conclusion of the study is the position of the creative nature of memory and its connection with the phenomenon of imagination and the idea of eternal return. Memory is seen as the will to perpetuate being created by imagining the perspectives of existence and values. The author of the article shows that memory, imagination and creation constitute the main motives for the idea of eternal return, which is revealed in poetic creativity.
Philosophy and Culture, 2017-2
Faritov V.T. - Transcendence and transgression in philosophical discourse pp. 69-80

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2017.2.18631

Abstract: The main goal of this article consists in examination of the place and role of ontological prospects of transcendence and transgression within the philosophical discourse. Special attention is given to the specificity of philosophical language. The article traces the modification of character of the philosophical terminology due to the dominance of the prospect of transcendence or transgression. It is demonstrated that both ontological prospects of transcendence and transgression within the space of philosophical discourse neutralize the private, regional discourses in their claim towards the exhaustive definition of the meaning of existence. The main result of the conducted research lies in determination of ontological status of the prospects of transcendence and transgression within the philosophical discourse. Transcendence suggest exceeding the limits of the subject certainty of the language and continuation towards something that does not have positive certainty. Transgression reveals the flexibility and openness of the boundaries of any existential-conceptual certainty.
Philosophical Thought, 2016-12
Faritov V.T. - Transgression in the ancient philosophy: Nietzsche and pre-Socratics pp. 105-114

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8728.2016.12.2104

Abstract: This article examines the specificity of the proposed by F. Nietzsche interpretation of pre-Socratic period of the ancient philosophy. The published during the philosopher’s lifetime work “Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks” (1872) comprises the main material for this research. The goal of this article consists in explication of the ontological aspects of the realized by F. Nietzsche reevaluation of the essence and contents of the philosophical herniate of Ancient Greece. The distinct characteristics of Nietzsche’s position from the traditional approaches towards interpretation and assessment of the early period on ancient philosophy are being determined. The main conclusion lies in substantiation of the opinion, according to which the source of establishment of the ancient philosophy is the experience of transgression and orientation towards the search of the ways of understanding the transgressive phenomena of existence. The author demonstrates that the two opposite trends can be highlighted within the ancient philosophy: orientation towards the rejection of transgression, and orientation towards the recognition of independent ontological status of the transgressive phenomena.
Philosophical Thought, 2016-9
Faritov V.T. - "Century of G. Deleuze": ontology of sense and transgression pp. 74-85

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8728.2016.9.20272

Abstract: This article explores the ontological aspects of the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze. Main attention is paid to the problems of overcoming of Platonism, transgressive nature of meaning and events. Ontological development G. Deleuze considered in the context of Kant's doctrine of freedom, dialectic G.V.F. Hegel and Nietzsche doctrine of the eternal return. A new version of the reading of the philosophy of freedom Kant. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of the specifics of interpretation of the idea of the eternal return, and the explication of the ontological aspect of the present teachings. The article used the methodological guidelines and the installation of post-structuralism. Also used a technique of comparative analysis of philosophical doctrines. The main conclusion of the research is the thesis of the transgressive nature of ontology G. Deleuze. The author substantiates the position that the ontological views of the french thinker are neither metaphysical nor dialectics. Ontology Deleuze prelstavlyaet an ontology transgression. The study shows that being conceived by Deleuze as the eternal return. Thus, the eternal return refers to the philosopher not as a repetition of the same, but as a statement of differences and transgression.
Psychologist, 2016-5
Faritov V.T. - Heidegger as a Remedy: the Ontology of Psychiatry pp. 12-23

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8701.2016.5.20296

Abstract: The article deals with the influence of philosophies on the theory and practice of psychiatry. The material of the research is the work of the German psychiatrist and philosopher Ludwig Binswanger. The object of the research is the ontology of psychiatry. The subject of the research is the interpretation of fundamental ontology and existential analytics of Martin Heidegger in psychiatric research of Ludwig Binswanger. The author of the article analyzes the problem of the ontological foundation of psychiatry as a scientific discipline, the basic concepts of existential analysis as a method of psychiatric research, and describes the existential structure of schizophrenia. The author has used the methodological principles and the framework of categories and concepts from fundamental ontology and existential analytics. The main result of the research is the explication of the ontological content of existential analysis as a method of research in the field of psychiatry. The author shows that the works of Ludwig Binswanger bear not only mental but also the philosophical significance. Psychiatric studies of Ludwig Binswanger are based on phenomenology, fundamental ontology and existential analytics.
Philosophy and Culture, 2016-4
Faritov V.T. - Transgression as a lifestyle in Nietzsche’s philosophy

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2016.4.15614

Abstract: The subject of this research is Nietzsche’s philosophical doctrine in the perspective of transgression. The authors reviews the main categories of Nietzsche’s philosophy (superhuman, will to power, eternal return, nihilism) and determines their correlation with transgression. Special attention is given to the problem of being and becoming with regards to the prospects of transgression. Questions, associated with the problems of culture and state in the philosophy of Nietzsche, are also being examined. A separate paragraph is dedicated to the question about the status of transgression as the principal strategy of life and philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. The main result of the conducted research consists in the conclusion about the status of transgression as a fundamental horizon of Nietzsche’s philosophical doctrine. The author determines that the modern non-classical ontology is based on transgression. Within the existing philosophical discourse the prospect of transgression pushes out the prospect of transcendence.
Philology: scientific researches, 2016-3
Faritov V.T. - Poetics and Aesthetics of Unfinished Return in the Works of Alexander Blok

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0749.2016.3.18876

Abstract: The subject of the study of the proposed article is the idea of eternal return in Nietzsche's poetic heritage of Alexander Blok. The object of the research is carried out in favor of poetry by Alexander Blok transformation of Nietzsche's idea of the eternal return of the same in the poetics and aesthetics of incomplete returns. The article made a comparative analysis of the philosophical views of Nietzsche and poetic outlook Blok. The author draws on the results of current research in the field of literature and in philosophy. This article takes an integrated approach based on a synthesis of semiotic-aesthetic, discursive and intertextual analysis. The general approach can be defined as the philosophical analysis of a literary text. The main conclusion of the research is the situation that in the poetic world of Blok the idea of eternal return is transformed into unfinished return phenomenon. The author shows that the unit has been assimilated largely cosmological, the negative aspect of Nietzsche's ideas. Positive, anthropological aspect of this idea has not received full embodiment in the creative heritage of the poet.
Litera, 2016-3
Faritov V.T. - Elements of folk-laughter culture of in "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" by Friedrich Nietzsche (Nietzsche and Bakhtin) pp. 60-74

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8698.2016.3.19305

Abstract: The subject of the study of the present article are the philosophical aspects of folk culture of laughter as a source of conceptual and figurative content philosophical literature works. Object of research are elements of folk culture of laughter in his book "Thus Spake Zarathustra" Friedrich Nietzsche. The author, based on the conceptual development of MM Bakhtin analyzes the main features of philosophical ideas and poetics of the main work of the German thinker. The main attention is paid to the phenomena of laughter, the carnival attitude, buffoonery and body. The paper used to install and methodological principles of comparative literature and comparative philosophy. Used poststructuralist methods of work with texts. The main conclusion of the study is a thesis about the embeddedness of ideologically-shaped structure "Thus Spake Zarathustra" in the tradition of folk culture of laughter. Author substantiated the position of the accessories of the work of Nietzsche to genres carnivalized literature. The article reveals the connection of phenomena of laughter, carnival buffoonery and body with the ontological phenomenon of transgression.
Philosophical Thought, 2016-2
Faritov V.T. - God and Christianity in the philosophy of G. W. F. Hegel and F. Nietzsche: experience of the comparative study pp. 105-134

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8728.2016.2.17854

Abstract: The subject of study of the proposed article is a philosophy of religion G. W. F. Hegel and F. Nietzsche in the aspect of comparative analysis. The basic material of research are the "Lectures on the philosophy of religion" G.V.F. Hegel and "Antichrist" Friedrich Nietzsche. The author considers the problem of God, Christianity and atheism in the philosophies of the two German thinkers. The article identified both common and differing points in the positions of philosophers on the religious worldview. The article uses the methods of comparative philosophy, germnevtiki and deconstruction, methods of ontological and historical philosophical studies. The main conclusion of the research is the thesis of the existence of common trends in the G.V.F. Hegel and Nietzsche approach to the basic problems of the philosophy of religion. The novelty of the research lies in the explication of the ontological aspects of philosophical understanding of religion in the teachings of philosophers. What is new is the position of the transgression as a dominant ontological perspective ontological doctrines of Hegel and Nietzsche.
Culture and Art, 2016-1
Faritov V.T. - Transgression and Culture in the Friedrich Nietzsche's 'The Birth of Tragedy'

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2016.1.16935

Abstract: The subject of the present article is the phenomenon of transgression in the first philosophical work of Friedrich Nietzsche - "The Birth of Tragedy". The author investigates the ontological aspects of such basic concepts of the teaching of young Nietzsche as Dionysian and Apollonian beginnings. The author of the article explicates the ontological content of the phenomena of culture, art and science in the interpretation of Nietzsche. He also reveals the place and role of the phenomenon of transgression in the being of culture and existence of human. The author also conducts a comparative analysis of certain provisions of "The Birth of Tragedy" with the ideas of Georg Hegel and Mikhail Bakhtin. In his research Faritov has used research methods adopted from contemporary non-classical philosophy and social sciences. Partially he has applied the methodological principles of Jungian paradigm. The main conclusion of the research is the thesis about the subordinate position of the Dionysian transgression to Apollonian beginning in art and culture. The author proves the thesis that young Nietzsche did not unequivocally state the priority of the Dionysian to the Apollonian. In his "The Birth of Tragedy" Nietzsche speaks as a philosopher of culture and art, and the Dionysian beginning is admitted as much as it can be transformed by the enlightening force of Apollonian art images and thus integrated into the culture.
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2016-1
Faritov V.T. - Schizoid and Hysteroid Pole of Philosophy. Characterology of Professional Activity

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2016.1.17936

Abstract: The subject of research is the professional psycho-philosophical activity. The author focuses on the schizoid and hysteroid types which are regarded as extreme poles of philosophical activity. As part of the comparative analysis of the two types of characters the researcher discusses the content of philosophy, dominant type of activity, specific style of writing and speech, teaching, manner and terms of reading. The material of the study is the biographical facts from the life of famous philosophers (Socrates, Hegel, Nietzsche), and their philosophies. The author of the article uses the comparative method of analysis, biographical method, analysis of creative products. The author applies the principles of characterological and patografical research. The main conclusion of the research is the thesis about the existence of the two extreme psychological poles of professional philosophical activity: the schizoid and hysteroid. The author also takes into account the bipolar types: schizo-hysteroid and hystero-schizoid. The novelty of the research is caused by the fact that the author gives a description of Socrates and Nietzsche as schizo-hysteroid types.
Philosophy and Culture, 2015-9
Faritov V.T. - Dialectics and Transgression in Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel's and Friedrich Nietzsche's Teachings. Comparative Research

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2015.9.11060

Abstract: In a number of contemporary philosophical teachings the phenomenon of transgression takes the same place as the phenomenon of transcedence in classical metaphysics. The purpose of the present research article is to explicate the place and role of transgression in Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel's and Friedrich Nietzsche's teachings. Philosophical searches of the aforesaid philosophers were carried out at the border between classical and nonclassical philosophies and thus finalized classical metaphysics and anticipated conceptual findings of the XXth century. The author of the present article has conducted a comparative research of the dialectical interaction between transgression and transcedence in Hegel's and Nietzsche's works. In addition to traditional research methods the author has partly used the methodological tools of deconstructivist and poststructuralist approaches. Faritov has also applied the method of comparative analysis. According to the researcher, in Hegel's works transgression is shown as a dialectical process of denial, removal and overcoming of definite borders of particular discourses. Hegel included transgression into the metadiscourse about absolute Idea and Spirit. That is the point where transgression completes its function of extension of definite borders of particular final discourses to maximum and infinite certainty of the transcendental metadiscourse. Hegel's teaching deals with the internal transgression as part of the metaprospect of transdendence. Nietzsche refused from the idea of dialects being governed by the transcendence metadiscourse. Transgression prospects involves transcendence as a particular step to be made in the dialectical process. 
Philosophy and Culture, 2015-7
Faritov V.T. - Nietzsche's Perspectivism , Philosophical Theory of of Discourse and Transgression

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2015.7.14895

Abstract: The subject of the study is the philosophical theory of discourse in terms of the conceptual development of Friedrich Nietzsche's ideas. The author examines the relationship between perspectivism of the German philosopher and such concepts of modern ontology as discourse and transgression. The article makes explicit the ontological meaning of the concept of discourse. In particular, the author studies the role and place of transcendence and transgression prospects in the discourse. Much attention is paid to the interpretation of the basic teachings of Nietzsche (the will to power, the superman and morality) from the perspective of the contemporary philosophical discourse theory. The author has used the set of methods developed by non-classical philosophy and social sciences and humanities. The author has also used several methodological provisions of hermeneutical and poststructuralist approaches. The main result of the study is the explication of the relationship between the contemporary philosophical discourse theory and the conceptual development of Friedrich Nietzsche's ideas. The author demonstrates that there is a certain relation between the concept of discourse an perspectivism of Nietzsche. The author also identifies the specific role of the phenomenon of transgression in the theory of discourse and in the teachings of Friedrich Nietzsche. The concepts of discourse and transgression are being presented as ontological phenomena.
Philosophy and Culture, 2015-6
Faritov V.T. - Transgression in Hegel's Philosophy: from Hegel to Nietzsche

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2015.6.15303

Abstract: The subject of the study is the transgression as an ontological perspective of the philosophy of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. The concept of non-classical philosophy introduced into philosophical discourse by Georges Bataille explicated in the dialectic of the German classical philosopher. The transgression is presented as one of the defining moments in Hegel's philosophy. The main material of the research is "Phenomenology of Spirit". The author also refers to other works of the philosopher. Much attention is paid to the comparative analysis of the teachings of Hegel and Nietzsche in terms of what was similar and different in their interpretations of transgression. In his research Faritov has used methodological principles and guidelines of deconstruction, comparative philosophy, critical historical-philosophical and ontological research. The main result of the study is the explication of transgression as the dominant ontological perspectives of the philosophy of Hegel. In the teachings of Hegel transgression took a place of transcendence. Thus, Hegel goes beyond classical metaphysics and opens the way to creating a non-classical philosophical paradigm. It is shown that the Hegelian dialectic is one of the possible variants of philosophical discourse based on the perspectives of transgression.
Philosophy and Culture, 2015-4
Faritov V.T. - The Subject and onsciousness in the Transgressive Mode

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2015.4.10907

Abstract: The objective of the present research is to describe a specific transgressive mode of the existence of the subject and consciousness. In order to achieve the objective, it is necessary to deconstrut the Cartesian subject and transcedental concept of consciousness. It is also necessary to express the constructive nature of the self-identical subject and universal consciousness not to show their falsehood but to open possibilities essentially of other configurations of subjectivity. Transcendentalism has to be exposed in the claim on universality and presented as one of the modes of the life of a subjectification existing along with others. Along with the traditional methods of ontologic research some methodological principles and ideas of structuralism, deconstruction and post-structuralism are used. The result of the research is the general description of the transgressive mode of subjectification as an alternative way of the existence of the subject and consciousness. In the transcedental mode the subject and consciousness are constituted as a self-identical unity with one center. In the transgressive mode subjectivity is revealed as an open and mobile configuration of a set of heterogeneous existence-semantic prospects.
Man and Culture, 2015-4
Faritov V.T. - A.S. Pushkin and F. Nietzsche in context of ideas of new Renaissance pp. 1-17

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8744.2015.4.15511

Abstract: The article deals with the philosophical and cultural heritage value of A.S. Pushkin in the context of ideas of new Renaissance. The article presents a comparative analysis of the philosophical content of Pushkin's work with the ideas of Friedrich Nietzsche. The article reveals the tradition of considering the value of Pushkin and Nietzsche in the same context in the Russian philosophical thought of the XIX-XX centuries. Explicated the importance of the tradition of considering of Pushkin and Nietzsche in the same context in the Russian philosophical thought of the XIX-XX centuries. Develop the concept of a new Renaissance as the central idea of the Russian philosophy of the Silver Age and one of the fundamental ideas of Friedrich Nietzsche. The article used the methodological principles and guidelines of approaches such as comparative literature, deconstruction and hermeneutics. The main result of the study is an explication of the significance of the creative heritage of AS Pushkin and Nietzsche as the heralds of a new Renaissance. It offered concepts of pracultural and postcultural chaos. It developed the idea of a new Renaissance building on the provisions of the teachings of Friedrich Nietzsche. It identified and justified by the fact of community life and cultural problems of Pushkin and Nietzsche.
SENTENTIA. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2015-4
Faritov V.T. - Philosophy of transgression: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and Friedrich Nietzsche pp. 36-67

DOI:
10.7256/1339-3057.2015.4.16671

Abstract: The subject of this research is the conception of the philosophy of transgression in the teachings of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and Friedrich Nietzsche. The author examines the fine concepts of Hegels philosophy such as spirit, otherness, sublation, and negation, and carries out the explication of transgression as the ontological content of these phenomena. The article presents a comparative analysis of the works of Hegel and teachings of Nietzsche in the area of establishment of the philosophical paradigm of transgression. A special attention is given to the issues of death of God in the philosophy of Hegel and Nietzsche. The research employs the methodological principles of deconstruction, comparative philosophy, as well as methods of ontology and history of philosophy. The scientific novelty of this work consists in the explication of transgression as the key aspect in the Hegels and Nietzsches teachings. Authors special contribution consists in conducting a comparative analysis of transgression in Hegels philosophy with the main sections of Nietzsches teaching (such as Dionysian origin, overman (Übermensch), and death of God).
Philosophical Thought, 2015-3
Faritov V.T. - Discourse and transgression. Prospects of ontological research pp. 1-9

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8728.2015.3.14919

Abstract: The subject of the present article is to study the phenomenon of discourse in terms of conceptual developments of modern non-classical ontology. The author examines the main trends, problems and prospects of the philosophical concept of discourse studies. On the one hand, affect the basic problems of ontology, such as being and consciousness, thought and reality. Offers solutions to these problems within the framework of philosophical discourse theory. On the other hand, considers the prospects of integration into the philosophical discourse theory of conceptual development of non-classical philosophy. In this vein, special attention is paid to the phenomenon of transgression as a way to neutralize the borders existentially-semantic certainty discourse. Used methodical arsenal developed non-classical philosophical and socio-humanitarian thought. Partially used and methodological orientations hermeneutical poststructuralist approaches. The main conclusion of the study is the thesis about the formation of a modern ontology new research paradigm - a philosophical theory of discourse. The discourse is presented as an ontological phenomenon, which removes the basic opposition of classical metaphysics, such as being and consciousness, language and reality. A significant finding is the conclusion of transgression as a special way of being and of sense, can overcome the power of discourse prospects.
Man and Culture, 2015-3
Faritov V.T. - Pushkin and Nietzsche: Perspectives of comparative literary and philosophical studies pp. 100-125

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8744.2015.3.15186

Abstract: This article discusses the prospects and trends of comparative literary and philosophical study of creative legacy A.S. Pushkin and F. Nietzsche. The parallels to the world outlook of the Russian poet and the German philosopher identified by comparing the facts of life and work; attitude to antiquity, atheism, paganism and Christianity; views on human rights and modern culture. The purpose of the comparative study is explication of the philosophical significance of Pushkin's poetic world in the context of Nietzsche's ideas as the founder of the non-classical paradigm of modern philosophy. The article used the methodological principles and guidelines of such approaches as comparative literature, deconstruction and hermeneutics. The result of the study is the explication of common motifs in the outlook of Pushkin and Nietzsche. The philosophical significance of Pushkin's poetry is revealed not only on the basis the national philosophical thought (Soloviev, V. Rozanov, D. Merezhkovsky, etc..) but also in the context of European philosophy. Thus, disclosed prospects for identifying global significance of Pushkin.
Philology: scientific researches, 2015-3
Faritov V.T. - The Philosophy ofTime and Eternal Return in the Lyrics of Afanasy Fet

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0749.2015.3.16812

Abstract: In this paper Faritov investigates the specificity of the poetic interpretation of the philosophical problem of time. The main material of the research is the poem "Shaggy pine branches ragged from the storm ...". The author also discusses the poetic texts by Fyodor Tyutchev, Alexander Pushkin, Valery Bryusov and Johann Goethe. In order to analyze their poetry, the author also touches upon conceptual developments of such philosophers as Shopenhauer, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Sartre, Jaspers and Deleuze. In his research Farotiv has used the methodological provisions of the motivic analysis (offered by Boris Gasparov) and the principles of analysis of the poetic language introduced by Tynianov. The novelty of the research is caused by the fact that the author studies the idea of eternal return that was first offered by Nietzsche and later explicated in Russian poetry. The researcher has defined the two opposite modes of time and analyzed their representations in poetic texts. The author also emphasizes that a poetic text has many semantic dimensions and therefore analysis of poetic texts cannot be limited to certain rules. 
Litera, 2015-3
Faritov V.T. - Nils-Nietzschean. Nietzschean motives of tale S. Lagerlof pp. 114-142

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8698.2015.3.16871

Abstract: The subject of the present article is to study the philosophical content of the geographic tales S. Lagerlof about the journey of Nils (1906-1907). The author provides an explication of philosophical ideas of Nietzsche in the text of the Swedish writer. It focused on the problem of the will to power as a central point the teachings of Friedrich Nietzsche. The specificity manifestation of the will to power in nature and in human existence. Also, the phenomenon of Dionysian beginning, the problem of the relationship of being and becoming, and the problem of morality. The present study used the methodological principles and guidelines of comparative literature and philosophical analysis of a literary text. The main result of the study is the explication of Nietzschean tale S. Lagerlof "Amazing Adventures of Nils Holgerson with wild geese on Sweden". The author revealed the parallels of the test of a literary text with the philosophical writings and rough notes of the German philosopher. Thus disclosed heuristic potential of the conceptual development of Friedrich Nietzsche and the philosophical significance of fairy tales S. Lagerlof.
Philosophy and Culture, 2015-2
Faritov V.T. - Philosophical and Psychological Discourse about Spirit (Georg Hegel and arl Jung: Comparative Research)

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2015.2.10635

Abstract: In his article Faritov carries out a comparative research of Hegel's concept of spirit and Jung's psychology of collective unconscious. Faritov compares the basic conceptual provisions of Hegel's dialectics with the main concepts of Jung's teaching such as collective unconscious, persona, individuation, self and projection. Despite the fact that Jung had a quite negative attitude to Hegel's philosophy, a lot of parallels can be drawn between Jung's psychology and Hegel's philosophy of spirit. Faritov explains the contradiction between Jung's commitment to Kant's metaphysics and the presence of Hegel's motives in his psychological theory. Faritov uses conventional research methods including the method of comparative analysis. He also applies some methodological provisions of hermeneutical and post-structural approaches to analyzing texts. The result of the research is the conclusion that Jung's psychological theory, on the one hand, is oriented at the priority of facts and exclusion of philosophical speculation from the scope of research. That is why Jung seemed to be so critical about Hegel's theory. On the other hand, it tends to solve particular philosophical issues by the means of scientific discourse which leads to to the implicit presence of Hegel's philosophemes in Jung's teaching. 
Litera, 2015-1
Faritov V.T. - Philosophical aspects of time and space in the work of A.S. Pushkin pp. 1-30

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8698.2015.1.15098

Abstract: This article discusses the philosophical aspects of space and time in the poetry of A.S. Pushkin. On a material analysis of poems of the poet author explicates the direction of the dynamics of lyrical chronotop Pushkin. Reveals connection between artistic representation of space and time in Pushkin's poetry with the fundamental problems of metaphysics. Carried out a comparative analysis of the lyrical chronotop Pushkin with chronotope F.I. Tyutchev and M. Voloshin. Reveals the closeness of the poetic world of Pushkin and philosophical ideas of Friedrich Nietzsche. We use the methods of comparative literature and methodological orientations of metaphysics Russian literature. Partially used the principles of hermeneutics and deconstruction. The main result of the study is to identify two types of rhythmic organization of space and time in the poetry of Pushkin and explication of their philosophical aspects. It is shown that the lyrical chronotop Pushkin tends to surpass the limits of the classical metaphysical oppositions towards anticipating the conceptual development of non-classical philosophy.
Philosophical Thought, 2014-11
Faritov V.T. - Transcendence as the ontological horizon of scientific discourse (Heidegger's philosophy of science) pp. 1-31

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8728.2014.11.1418

Abstract: The subject of the study is the specificity of the interpretation of the phenomenon of science in the doctrine Martin Heidegger. Since the approaches to understanding of being as such, Heidegger begins with the development of existential analysts, before this study is twofold purpose. First, the interpretation of the phenomenon of science as a modus of human existence, that is, as the way in which things become accessible to man in his being. The study revealed the existential-ontological and metaphysical bases of scientific knowledge. Second, we show how the phenomenon of science represents being as such or transcendence.Along with the traditional methodology used in the article methodological arsenal of non-classical philosophy: hermeneutics, semiotics and deconstruction.The main result of the study is the explication of the ontological base of scientific knowledge in the context of fundamental ontology of M. Heidegger. Ontological foundation of science is to present things as objectivity, existing outside and independent of human existence. It follows that science is one of one of the modes of being in the world, or transcendence. Science is the way in which things become available in being human.
Philosophy and Culture, 2014-10
Faritov V.T. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2014.10.10415

Abstract:
Philosophical Thought, 2014-8
Faritov V.T. - Transgression and Transcendence as Prospects of Time and Existence in Martin Heidegger's and Friedrich Nietzsche's Philosophies pp. 1-24

DOI:
10.7256/2306-0174.2014.8.13371

Abstract: Research of specifics of Heidegger's approach to interpretation of fundamental categories of ontology is presented in the offered article: time, life and anything. Conceptual development of M. Heidegger is considered in the horizon of comparative research with the doctrine F. Nietzsche, and also – Zh. Bataille, G. Bashlyar, J.P. Sartre, Zh. Delez, Ge. Derrida. The main attention in article is paid to the analysis of nature of interaction in Heidegger's philosophy of ontologic prospects of a transtsendention and transgression. The dual relation of Heidegger to the classical and nonclassical philosophy is explicated. Along with traditional methodology in article the methodological arsenal of nonclassical philosophical thought is used: hermeneutics, semiotics and deconstruction. The methodological principles of comparative research of philosophical doctrines are applied. Situation locates in article that Heidegger's ontology is constituted mainly on the basis of the transtsendention horizon, but the transtsendention thus gains in its doctrine absolutely other semantic fullness, in comparison with classical tradition of the use of this concept. At Heidegger the transtsendention in character comes nearer to transgression, to disclosure and the statement of plurality and formation. In this plan Heidegger's doctrine comes nearer to F. Nietzsche's views. However at the same time Heidegger keeps primary orientation to life as that, on identity and unity. Plurality and heterogeneity (transgression) at it are subordinated to the dominating prospect of identity (transcendence).
Man and Culture, 2014-3
Faritov V.T. - Hermeneutics and Transgression in Modern Cinematograph pp. 1-22

DOI:
10.7256/2306-1618.2014.3.13391

Abstract: In article specific characteristics of an esthetics of modern cinema art on the example of the philosophical analysis of the movie of David Lynch "Malkholland Drayv" are considered (2001). Two opposite ways of reading of the movie are investigated: hermeneutics and transgression. The first way assumes the interpretation reducing heterogeneous subject lines to both the uniform semantic and subject center. The second way assumes refusal of possible interpretations and the statement of openness, plurality and a transgressivnost of work. Philosophical and esthetic justification of the second approach was carried out by such authors as M. Bakhtin and Zh. Delyoz. Along with traditional methodology in article the methodological arsenal of nonclassical philosophical thought is used: semiotics, post-structuralism and deconstruction.Advantage of transgression before germenevtichesky approach for research of an esthetics of a modern cinema locates in article. The hermeneutics sends to opposition "the meaning - meant", to representation and, finally, to metaphysics and a transtsendention. Lynch's movies are based on an esthetics of other character: on the transgression eliminating an order of representation and opening plurality of heterogeneous lines, irreducible to unity. These lines are constantly crossed with each other, pass one into another, forming a difficult contrapuntal pattern. Lynch's art places us in transgressive space of true singularities and events.
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