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Publications of Nilogov Aleksei Sergeevich
Genesis: Historical research, 2017-8
Nilogov A.S., Bogdanova I.I. - To genealogy of the history of Russian historians of the XVIII-XX centuries (based on the materials of metrical books of St. Petersburg Central State Historical Archive) pp. 112-126

DOI:
10.25136/2409-868X.2017.8.19569

Abstract: This historical-genealogical research attempted to find the authentic metrical records on the birth, baptizing, death, funeral, burial of the prominent Russian historians who live in St. Petersburg in the XVIII – beginning of the XX centuries. It became possible using online access to the recently digitalized metrical books of the churches of Petrograd spiritual chancery, which are stored in the St. Petersburg Central State Historical Archive. Such illustrative biographical information can be valuable for the genealogists and historiographers for the purpose of further examination of the biographies and ancestry of the Russian historians. During the course of this work, the authors detected the records about the birth/baptizing of K. D. Kavelin (1814), L. P. Krasavin (1882), L. N. Gimilyov (1912), death/funeral/burial of M. V. Lomonosov (1765), N. M. Karamzin (1826), K. D. Kavelin (1885). Particularly, the authors were able to discover a metrical record about death of the historiographer N. M. Karamzin, whose 250th anniversary of birth was held in 2016, same as 190th anniversary since death.
Genesis: Historical research, 2017-6
Nilogov A.S., Bogdanova I.I. - To genealogy of A. S. Pushkin (using the materials of metrical books of the St. Petersburg Central State Historical Archive) pp. 110-121

DOI:
10.25136/2409-868X.2017.6.18322

Abstract: This historical-genealogical research attempt to discover the authentic metrical records on the birth. Baptism, marriage, death of the ancestors and descendants of the prominent Russian poet Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin that resided in the capital of the Russian Empire and its surroundings in the late XVIII – late XIX centuries. Such illustrative biographical information is valuable for the Pushkinists for further study of Pushkin’s biography and ancestry. During the course of this work, the author applied such methods as analytical, biographical, hermeneutic, historiographical, descriptive, synthetic, heuristic, and epigraphic. The following records have been discovered: data on the birth/baptism of all children of A. S. Pushkin and N. N. Goncharova-Pushkina-Lanskaya – Maria (1832), Alexandra (1833), Grigory (1835), and Natalia (1836); on marriage of the their oldest son; on death/burial of A. P. Gannibal (1781), Arina Radionovna (1828), A. S. Pushkin (1837), N. N. Goncharova-Pushkina-Lanskaya (1963), and P. P. Lanskoy (1877).
Genesis: Historical research, 2017-5
Nilogov A.S. - To the ancestry of Konstantin Fedorovich Roerich pp. 110-126

DOI:
10.7256/2409-868X.2017.5.18565

Abstract: This article is dedicated to resolution of the question on the origin of Roerich’s family, to which belonged a prominent Russian artist Nicholas Konstantinovich Roerich (1874-1947). The object of this research is the ancestry of the N. K. Roerich’s father – Konstantin Fedorovich Roerich (1837-1900). The object is the male bloodline of Roerich’s family that was studied on the material of metrical books of the Latvian State Historical Archive and Saint Petersburg Central State Historical Archive. Despite the fact that the artist himself was leaning towards the descent from the duke Rurik (Primary Chronicle of Novgorod), the discovered archive document allowed doubting such “Varangian hypothesis”. The scientific novelty consists in introduction to the academic discourse of Roerichology of the authentic metrical and other archive records about the representatives of Roerich’s family, who resided in Courland Governorate of the Russian Empire and St. Petersburg over the period of XVIII – XX centuries. In many ways it became possible owing to the genealogical findings of the Latvian historian Ivars Silars, who was able to documentarily trace the Roerich’s family up to the middle of the XVII century.
Genesis: Historical research, 2017-4
Nilogov A.S., Bogdanova I.I. - To genealogy of the Russian literary figures of the XIX-XX centuries (on the materials of metrical books of the Central State Historical Archive of St. Petersburg) pp. 191-206

DOI:
10.7256/2409-868X.2017.4.18320

Abstract: This philological-genealogical research attempted to find the authentic metrical records on the birth, baptizing, matrimony, death, or burial of the Russian writers and poets who resided in St. Petersburg in the late XIX – beginning of the XX centuries. This became possible due to the Internet access to the recently digitalized metrical books of the churches of Petrograd clerical consistory kept in the Central State Historical Archive of St. Petersburg. Such visual information seems valuable for the literary historians for the purpose of further study of the biographies and genealogy of the Russian literary figures.  During the course of the research, the authors have found the data on the birth/baptizing of N. S. Gumilyov (1886), M. M. Zoshchenko (1894), K. I. Chukovsky (1882), A. A. Blok (1880), V. V. Nabokov (1899), D. S. Merezhkovsky; matrimony of F. M. Dostoyevsky and G. Snitkina (1867), A. L. Blok and A. A. Beketova (1879); death/burial of T. G. Shevchenko (1961), F. M. Dostoevsky (1881), I. A. Goncharov (1891), I. F. Annensky (1909), A. A, Delvig (1831), N. A. Nekrasov (1877/1878), and A. N. Maykov (1897).
Philosophical Thought, 2017-3
Nilogov A.S. - Michael Polanyis concept of tacit knowledge as a foreknowledge of the philosophy of anti-language pp. 12-35

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8728.2017.3.18684

Abstract: This article is dedicated to the concepts of personal knowledge of the British methodologist Michael Polanyi (1891-1976), according to which any knowledge handled by a scholar always carries an individual imprint. A private example of this concept is the hypothesis about the existence of tacit (implicit) knowledge, which is suggested in gnoseological experience by the virtue of using the language. The anti-language interpretation of the hypothesis of tacit knowledge comprises the problematic part of the work, during the course of which was possible to plan the heuristic decisions based on the non-standard semiotic and meta-semiotic material. The scientific novelty of the research consists in the following: the concept of tacit knowledge is of Polanyi is interpreted through the concrete base of anti-language data, by means of which this concept becomes methodologically accurate. In turn, the consideration of the linguistic intuitions of Polanyi allowed confirming a number of anti-language hypothesis that illustrate the sphere of the inexpressible in both, language and meta-language of science.
Philosophy and Culture, 2017-2
Nilogov A.S. - Philosophy of language and anti-language of Ludwig Wittgenstein pp. 81-96

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2017.2.16789

Abstract: This article examines the philosophy of language of the Austrian logician and philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein from the perspective of the new interdisciplinary knowledge – the philosophy of anti-language. The subject of the philosophy of anti-language is the examination of foundations and limits of semiotic nomination in human language and dependence of the cognitive process from anti-language. On the example of such Wittgenstein’s notion as the individual language, the author demonstrates that its full conceptualization is possible only in the context of anti-language methodology, while within the framework of linguistic philosophy and philosophy of language of Wittgenstein himself, such notion appears to be stillborn. As an additional argumentation, the principle of ontological relativity, proposed by the American logician, mathematician, and philosopher W. Quine, is being involved. Simultaneously, the author substantiates Sapir–Whorf hypothesis of linguistic relativity, which originates from the thesis that existential/metaphysical/worldview (but usually the ordinary) picture of the human world can also justify the choice of the corresponding language (for nomination and communication). The article is first to introduce into the philosophical discourse such postulates as the postulate of ontological noncompetitiveness (non-transparency, relativity) before the language, as well as the postulate of linguistic noncompetitiveness (non-transparency, relativity) before the being, due to which the questions of narrow-linguistic philosophy can be elevated up to the level of the problems of the philosophy of language and anti-language.
Philology: scientific researches, 2017-2
Nilogov A.S., Borisov V.I. - Philosophy of Science Fiction or Science Fiction of Philosophy? (The Conversation Between Aleksey Nilogov and Vladimir Borisov) pp. 47-57

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0749.2017.2.19989

Abstract: The conversation with an Abakan bibliographer, literary critic and translator Vladimir Borisov (born in 1951) is devoted to the modern state of Russian science fiction. Having planned a series of interviews with Russian literary critics, social commentators and philosophers, Nilogov has set a goal to critically evaluate the current intellectual environment of Russia which textocentricism has almost gone beyond the borders of the readers' control. Based on the analysis of Russian science fiction phenomenon, the author examines the problems connected with the futurological tendencies, artificial intelligence, technological development, and philosophy of science fiction. In his conversation Nilogov uses such methods as analytical, hermeneutical analysis, interview, critical, literary, synthetic, comparative, philosophical and heuristic analysis. According to Vladimir Borisov, today's Russian science fiction follows two tendencies, 'science fantasy' and 'portal travels'. However, the majority of such literary works have a low literary level: primitive language, simplified psychological descriptions of the main characters, absence of new ideas and standard plots.
Genesis: Historical research, 2017-1
Nilogov A.S., Bogdanova I.I. - Genealogy Helena Ivanovna Roerich (born Shaposhnikova) pp. 118-132

DOI:
10.7256/2409-868X.2017.1.17703

Abstract: This article is a sequence of the earlier published metrical materials regarding the genealogy of the Russian painter Nicholas Roerich (1874-1947) and his wife Helena Shaposhnikova-Roerich (1879-1955) [1]. The object of this research is the genealogy of H. Shaposhnikova-Roerich, while the subject is the paternal line of Spahoshnikov-Papyshev-Varentstov studied on the material of digital metrical books of the St. Petersburg Central State Archive. Based on the found metrics, the author confirms I. V. Sakharov hypothesis that the maiden name of Roerich’s great grandmother Evdokia Nikolayevna Papysheva (around 1763-1818) is Varentsova. The scientific novelty consists in the fact that for the first time into the scientific discourse of Roerichology, this work introduces the authentic metrical records abouth the representatives of the bloodline of Shaposhnikov, Papyshev, and Varentsov, who lived in Saint Petersburg in the late XVIII – beginning of the XX centuries: on the birth of Yekaterina Kuzmina Papysheva (1793), death of Ivan Afanasyev Shaposhnikov (1859), as well as birth of his granddaughter Anna Ivanovna Shaposhnikova (1885 – around 1890).
Philosophical Thought, 2016-10
Nilogov A.S. - Library of philosophy of the anti-language: definition of anti-language in interpretation of H. Wirth and A. G. Dugin pp. 50-62

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8728.2016.10.1838

Abstract:   This article examines the traditionalistic interpretation of the notion of “anti-language” in the Nordic esotericism of Herman Wirth and Aleksandt Gelievich Dugin. In the process of critical deconstruction of the Wirth-Dugin text, the author determines not only discriminative character of the concepts of the preached and racial dualism, but also dispute the very principle of linguistic competence of the American linguist Noam Chomsky, simultaneously using the alternative interpretations, namely the philosophy of the anti-language that studies the grounds and limits of the semiotic nomination on the language and dependence of the cognitive process from the anti-language. The scientific novelty consists in the fact that the example of the Wirth-Dugin racial understanding of the anti-language, again confirms the Heidegger’s funded ontological and ontical diversification of the essence of the natural human language, lending to non-consumer (occasional) and consumer (usual) manifestation. In addition to that, the author introduces the “principle of linguistic incompetence” into the philosophical-linguistic discourse.   
Litera, 2016-2
Nilogov A.S., Varava V.V. - Russian Literature Versus Russian Philosophy (Conversation of A. Nilogov with V. Varava) pp. 1-10

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8698.2016.2.18943

Abstract: The phenomenon of the Russian classical literature is considered to be internationally recognized. However recently even in Russia it was repeatedly called into question including taking into account constantly falling interest in reading as such. Alternative views on the Russian classical literature gradually get into Russian literary criticism, thus restricting the developed representations. Modern Russian literature can hardly already apply for "the ruler of thoughts" as in the good old days. Numerous spiritual and intellectual traditions restrict it on all fronts, offering in exchange at least substantial practices. The actual Russian philosophy acts as one of them and two representatives of Russian philosophy have decided to discuss the literary topic. The following methods have been used in their conversation: analytical, hermeneutic, interview, critical, literary, synthetic, comparative, philosophical, and heuristic. According to V. Varava, modern Russian literature needs a new existential breakthrough to show efficient alternative ways out of the spiritual crisis which has covered the country. However, according to A. Nilogov, today literature as a written form of literature is technologically replaced with an electronic form that exist only on the Internet. 
Philosophy and Culture, 2016-1
Nilogov A.S. - What is the philosophy of anti-language?

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2016.1.13443

Abstract: This article examines the question on the need of substantiation of such new section in philosophy as the philosophy of anti-language. This rises a problem of anti-language existence as a semiotic reality, on the surface of which there are natural human languages, nominating within the being only what is subjected to the signifying titling. Outside of the natural human languages is the area of unnamed and unnamable, which comprises the concept and methodology of the anti-language. The author interprets the anti-language as a combination of classes of anti-words, which allow nominating various spheres of presemiotic.  Problematization of the ontological status of the words, taking into account the action of the principle “initial delay” within the metaphysical tradition of presence/absence, is the main task for the solution of the anti-language methodology. The article claims the new philosophical discipline – the philosophy of anti-language, the subject of which became the studying of the foundations and limits of the semiotic nomination on the natural human language and dependencies of the cognitive process of the anti-language. On the example of the three types of anti-words, the author demonstrates the significative inappropriateness of a language (in particular, Russian languages) for the purpose of working with the corresponding referents.
Philology: scientific researches, 2016-1
Nilogov A.S. - From the Antilanguage Methodology to the Antilanguage Genealogy

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0749.2016.1.17503

Abstract: Based on the analysis of the lingvogeneological materials, the author of the article demonstrates how the antilanguage methodology can be applied. The object of the research is the ontological status of word/antiword. The subject of the research is particular classes of words/antiwords such as genetisms and genealogisms which allow to solve many historiographical issues both in classical documentary genealogy and modern genetic genealogy. The point at issue is the problem of authentic determination of personal names of those ancestors of ours whose names could be hardly read or even missed in primary sources. In his research Nilogov uses the methods of genealogical, hermeneutical, historical, historiographical, chronological and etymological analysis as well as the method of antilanguage reconstruction. The results of the research are illustrated by linguistic data (anthroponyms) from the author's geneaological tree which contains over thousand names based on primary sources such as the Russian State Archive of Ancient Acts, State Archive of the Perm Region, State Archive of the Kirov Region and Civil Status Registration Offices. For the first time in the academic literature the author introduces such classes of words/antiwords as genetisms and genealogisms and provides a description of their types (subclasses of words/antiwords). 
Litera, 2016-1
Nilogov A.S. - 'Snipping' as the Name (Antilanguage Methodology in Aid of DNA-Genealogy) pp. 18-25

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8698.2016.1.17670

Abstract: In article the problem of allocation of new snips (one-nucleotide polymorphisms) as a lingvo-philosophical problem of the name ("onomafication") of our far ancestors is considered, still, it is possible, not having own names, but which it is possible to allocate/distinguish on the basis of assignment of serial number of snips as in any biological (in this case - genetic) of taxonomy. To us the problem of a "snipping"/snipping as the name "/antroponimofication" of far ancestors seems essential: from Y-chromosomal Adam through all nodal points (gapgroups / snips) to documentary confirmed factology of classical genealogy. The following methods are used in the research: anti-language, genetic (Y-chromosomal DNA testing), genealogical, DNA-genealogical, source study, heuristic method. The novelty of research is caused by the fact that the author establishes the interdisciplinary connection between two modern methods of scientific knowledge: anti-language methodology and by the DNA methods - genealogy (genetic genealogy). This allows to fulfil an opportunity as DNA genealogy due to expansion of anthroponimia factology when the documentary and source study base of classical genealogy, and anti-language methodology by means of inclusion of new types of anti-words in structure DNK-genealogisms is settled. 
Philosophical Thought, 2016-1
Nilogov A.S. - Criticism of the linguistic reason: from cryptophilology to anti-language philosophy (discussion of A. S. Nilogov with V. N. Bazylev) pp. 54-95

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8728.2016.1.17728

Abstract: The conversation of A. S. Nilogov with V. N. Bazylev is recorded within the framework of publishing projects “Who makes the Russian philosophy today” and is dedicated to the modern problems of the Russian linguistics and language philosophy. It discusses the works of V. N, Bazylev in such linguistic directions as cryptolinguistics (cryptophilology) and sublogic analysis of language. A separate attention is given to the interrelation between the Russian linguistic and philosophical knowledge in the early XXI century. This research clarifies the Russian tradition of language philosophy, the continuation of which can become a developed by A. S. Nilogov philosophy of the anti-language. V. N. Bazylev is one of the first scholars within the Russian philology who suggests an important sphere of research that can collect, describe, analyze, and interpret the ethnogenetic narratives that are created within the framework of the spiritual-practical knowledge.     
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2015-11
Nilogov A.S. - The Phenomenon of Telepathy from the Point of View of the Philosophy of Anti-Language

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2015.11.17063

Abstract: The article is devoted to telepathy as the phenomenon of human psyche. Telepathy is understood as the mental communication between two communicators without using any mediating means of communication. The object of the research is the telepathic communication, the subject of the research is the anti-language aspect of such communication. Along with the materialistic interpretation of telepathy, the author has also applied the broadside (para)psychological and philosophical approaches, which complete the technoscientific approach. The author examines such aspects of the topic as kinds of telepathy, 'initial delay' principle, mind reading technology and nonfalse communication. In his research article Nilogov has used the following methods: anti-language, hermeneutical, deconstructivist, historical-philosophical, critical, linguistic (semiotic), psychology and heuristic methods. The novelty of the research is caused by the fact that to study the phenomenon of telepathy the author has applied the new anti-language method which allows to problematize telepathic communication from the point of view of the 'initial delay' principle. Nilogov has also provided grounds for describing new classes of anti-words specifying semiotic materials of the kind of information that can be conveyed through telepathy. 
Philosophy and Culture, 2015-9
Nilogov A.S. - Philosophical, Too Philosophical

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2015.9.12785

Abstract: In his review of the book 'Unknown God of Philosophy' written by the doctor of philosophy, professor Vladimir Varava, Nilogov brings out the eternal issue regarding 'the purpose' of philosophy. This is the issue that has been existing ever since philosophy was created as a science. In his book Varava manages to relate the fact of existence (ontological argument) to the searches for the human dimension of philosophy (anthropological argument), thus putting today's philosophical anthropology to the methodological 'deadlock' regarding whether human future is possible without human-dimensioned philosophy, and whether future of philosophy is possible without philosophy-dimensioned beings. The author of the review article applies the problem method, historical-philosophical method, methods of analysis and synthesis and dialectical approach to discovering contradictions. Vladimir Varava's thesis that philosophy has to sacrifice the truth for the sake of finding human features in human, thus rejecting the essential definitions of both human and philosophy itself, needs to be critisized. This raises a question regarding what type of philosophy is suggested, anthropological ('human-dimensioned') philosophy (when human talks about philosophy), philosophical anthropology (when philosophy talks about human) or philosophy-dimensioned philosophy (when philosophy talks about philosophy). 
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2015-8
Nilogov A.S., Kutyryov V.A. - Uprising of Technoids: Psychology and Philosophy of the Post-Mankind

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2015.8.15763

Abstract: The article contains the conversation of A. S. Nilogov with V. A. Kutyryov regarding a new book of the Nizhni Novgorod philosopher 'The Last Kiss. Human as a Tradition' (published in 2015 by Aleteya Publshing in St. Petersburg). In the course of their conversation the philosophers touched upon the topical issues of contemporary civilization which, according to Kutyryov, has brought itself to the verge of extinction through erasing all the traces of 'human or too human'. Despite the author's alarmism, Kutyryov proves his position based on numerous examples from the culture and technology of the XXIst century. In their conversation the researchers have used the interview method as well as the methods of hermeneutical, historico-philosophical, critical, problem, psychological, and philosopho-anthropological analysis. The novelty of Kutyryov's researches is caused by the fact that in these researches he reveals the true (unconscious) nature of the technological progress which ends up the epoch of homo sapiens and gives a way to the uprising of technonoids. Psychological grounds for the philosophy of opposition defended by the author is based on the provision that in the future psychological knowledge will be replaced with cognitivism and humans will be replaced with cyborgs.      
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2015-6
Nilogov A.S. - Psychology and Philosophy of Anti-Language (the Analysis of Irina Beskova's Monograph 'The Nature of Dreams'

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2015.6.15111

Abstract: The object of the research is the three-level structure of human offered by the Russian philosopher Irina Beskova in her book 'The Nature of Dreams'. The subject of the research is the representation of the conscious, subconsious and unconscious experience ranged from the point of view of the hypothesis of the 'anthropological border' and their conceptualization in associated information units. In his article Nilogov examines such aspects as individual objective reality, individual language, status of human-existence, suggestion and language of dreams. Special attention is paid to the ontological status language and antilanguage units that represent sensory channels of obtaining information. In his research Nilogov has the following research methods: problem method, analogy, hermeneutical method, antilanguage method (discovery of classes of antiwords), comparison, sythesis, analysis, conceptualization, reconstruction and interviewing.  The novelty of the research is caused by the fact that the researcher uses the antilanguage methodology to verbalize information coming from many systems and subsystems of human (sensory organs) in the form of special classes that code signals by the means of antiwords. The researcher reconstructs antilanguage aspects and provisions described by a number of researchers which provides enough grounds to substantiate a new philosophical and linguistic method.  
Culture and Art, 2015-6
Nilogov A.S., Solomonik A.B. - The Philosophy of Semiotic Systems: From the Theory of 'General Semiotics' to the Philosophy of Language/Anti-Language (the Conversation of Aleksey Nilogov with Abraham Solomonick

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2015.6.16632

Abstract: The conversation with Abraham Solomonik has been recorded within the framework of the editorial project 'Who creates philosophy in Russia today' and devoted to the philosophical aspects of semiotics that expand the linguistic turn of the humanities. Abraham Solomonick (born in 1927) is a doctor of pedagogy, expert in teaching foreign languages, lexicographer, philosopher and founder of the original 'general semiotics' (the theory of signs, sign systems and semiotic reality). In 1974 Solomonik moved Israel with his family where he taught Hebrew to repatriates from other countries. After working for the Ministry of Education of Israel for 18 years, he got retired and started to work on semiotics. Since then, he has published over a dozen of articles devoted to semotics both in Russian and English. He lives in Jerusalem. He is the Professor Honoris Causa and a member of the Russian Academy of Information Sciences (Moscow). The following books written by him are published in Russian: 'Language as a Sign System' (Moscow, 1992), 'Philosophy of Sign Systems and the Language' (Minsk, 2002), 'Positive Semiotics' (Minsk, 2004), 'Paradigm of Semiotics' (Minsk, 2006), 'Syntax in Sign Systems' (Minsk 2007), 'Essay on General Semiotics' (Minsk, 2009), 'Semiotics and Knowledge Theory' (Moscow, 2012), 'A Theory of General Semiotics' (Cambridge, 2015). In his conversation Nilogov has used semiotic, hermeneutic, linguistic, comparative historical reserach methods and the method of interview/conversation. Already at the beginning of the last century a Swiss linguist Ferdinand de Saussure stated that language was a system of signs and linguistics should be regarded as other semiotic disciplines, or even seen as the leading branch of semiotics. Ever since then there have been ongoing discussions on the place of language among other sign systems. The theory of general semiotics presented by Abraham Solomonick claims to explain the laws of functioning of all sign systems, from the most primitive (semaphores, for instance) to the most complex systems (language, mathematics, mustic language, etc.). Therefore Solomonick's approach to the place and role of languages in the universe of semiotics is seen by Nilogov as very important, all the more so as Solomonick's approach plays a specific role in a range of never-ending and constantly changing views on this problem. 
History magazine - researches, 2015-5
Nilogov A.S. - The genealogy of the Kungur family the Archugovs

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0609.2015.5.16771

Abstract: The object of this study is the author’s family lineage, currently numbering more than a thousand recovered names with direct ancestry. The research subject is focused specifically on the Archugov family, which has been successfully traced through documents to the middle of the 17th century in the Kaigorodskiy and Kungursky uesdzs of Great Perm. The author examines various hypotheses pertaining to the etymology of the family name “Archugov”, traces the settlement paths of members of the Archugov family in the Ural and Siberia, and gives a short list of his own ancestors from the line of Archugovs using archival primary sources (RSAAA, SAPK). The article uses such research methods as the genealogical, hermeneutical, historical, source criticism, chronological, etymological, as well as the method on anti-linguistic reconstruction. For the first time the Perm family of “the Archugovs” is described in great detail, the origin of which is traced to the middle of the 17th century. During the course of the genealogical examination the author was able to establish that the family of the Archugovs divided itself already at the end of the 17th century, part of it remaining in the Perm governorate, while the other part moved to the Tobol governorate. In the middle of the 20th century one of the Kungursky members of the family – the author’s grandfather Ilya Vasilyevich Archugov – intermarried with the Siberian Aleksandra Ivanovna Trunova.
Genesis: Historical research, 2015-5
Nilogov A.S., Bogdanova I.I. - What is the origin of the Roerich Dynasty? pp. 383-400

DOI:
10.7256/2409-868X.2015.5.17237

Abstract: This article is dedicated to the solution of the question pertaining to the origin of the Roerich dynasty, one of whom was the renowned Russian painter Nicholas Roerich (1874-1947). The object of this research is the bloodline of N. K. Roerich, and the object is his direct male bloodline, which has been studied based on the material of metric books of the St. Petersburg Central State Historical Archive. Despite the fact that the painter himself was leaning towards the concept that he takes his roots from the chronical Novgorod duke Rurik, the discovered archive documents allowed him to completely reject this Varangian hypothesis. The scientific novelty consists in the fact that for the first time into the scientific discussion were introduced the authentic metric records on the representatives of the Roerich dynasty who resided in St. Petersburg during the late XIX and the early XX centuries. As a modern objective method of research, the author proposes to use the genetic expertise in order to determine the Y-haplogroup of one or another male representative of the Roerich dynasty.
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2015-4
Nilogov A.S. - I sleep Therefore I am

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2015.4.14845

Abstract: The research object of the present article is the problem of the ontological status of sleep and dreaming. The research subject is the dreaming experience from the point of view of the antilanguage methodology based on the example of several classes of anti-words. In his article Nilogov focuses on such aspects as the sleepwalking speech, word formation during sleep, hypnotic word creation, speech of the unconscious, sleep language, dream interpretation, authentic and inauthentic existence. Special attention is paid to the ontological status of language and antilanguage units that represent not only the speech intentions but also unconcious channels of information acquisition. In his research Nilogov has used the following research methods: problem method, analogy, hermeneutic, language analysis (word formation), antilanguage analysis (determination of classes of anti-words), synthesis and analysis. The novelty of the article is caused by the fact that the problem of the ontological status of human existence raised by Rene Descartes has gained new impetus. The author has offered the following comprehensive solution: he offers the argument 'I fantasize therefore I am not' that disproves the cogital philosophy and the argument 'I sleep therefore I am' that deepens the cartesian philosophy from the point of view of the antilanguage methodology. 
Philology: scientific researches, 2015-4
Nilogov A.S. - Decryption Methods From the Point of View of the Ontological Status of the Word/Antiword

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0749.2015.4.16908

Abstract: In his article Nilogov again raises a question about the ontological status of the word which he understands as the manner and the fashion in which a word exists in a natural language. The topic is being viewed from the point of view of the methodological grounds of the philosophy of antilanguage, a new discipline created at the confluence of linguistics and philosophy. As an example of the ontological status of the word, Nilogov uses decrypted linguistic instead of language units when analyzing ancient writings (Ancient Egyptian and Sumerian and etc.). These units are obtained as a result of application of particular methods and techniques aimed at reconstruction of ancient texts' interpretation. In the course of his research Nilogov has used antilanguage, hermeneutical, cryptophilological, linguistic methods, decryption, reconstruction, philological, heuristical and etymological methods. As a result of the research, decrypted language units are classified as antiwords that are usually used in a natural language but at the same time non-obviously refer to antilanguage. In particular, the author defines the following kinds of antiwords: decrypted antiwords (that denote hypothetically decrypted words as well as all words from dead written languages) and non-decrypted antiwords (that denote words from dead nonliterate languages). Nilogov divides all decrypted antiwords into the following subclasses: particular decrypted antiwords (conventional decrypted antiwords), cryptodecrypted antiwords and quasidecrypted antiwords (pseudodecrypted antiwords). 
Philosophy and Culture, 2015-3
Nilogov A.S., Neretina S.S. - The Paths to Universals (the Conversation Between A. S. Nilogov and S. S. Neretina Within the Framework of the Project 'Who Creates Philosophy in Russia Today')

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2015.3.12992

Abstract: The conversation with S. S. Neretina has been recorded within the framework of the editorial project 'Who creates philosophy in Russia today' and devoted to the modern trends of the Russian philosophical thought. The conversation referred to the works written by S. S. Neretina, A. P. Ogurtsov and other Russian philosophers who discussed the status of Russian philosophy and problematic philosophical self-identification. S. S. Neretina believes that one of the most essential features of cogitation is the probability so evauation of this probability should be the main goal of modern philosophy. During their conversation A. S. Nilogov and S. S. Neretina used the methods of historical analysis that allowed to define the tendencies in understanding philosophy and the history of philosophy. They also used the hermeneutic approach that allowed to describe the contemporary situation in Russian philosophy. S. S. Neretina insists that man himself creates forms of communication that are not established by traditions. Our contemporaries have initiated the creation of social networks, some kind of democracy where everyone has a right to speak out. This is the hidden-outspoken democracy and a new form of philosophy. 
Philology: scientific researches, 2015-3
Nilogov A.S. - Ontological Status of Word/Antiword

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0749.2015.3.16615

Abstract: In his article Nilogov touches upon the problem of the ontological status of word/antiword which he understands as the manner and capacity in which the word exists naturally in human language. The topic is viewed from the point of view of methodological substantiation of philosophy of antilanguage as a new discipline created at the confluence of linguistics and philosophy. The subject of philosophy of antilanguage is the grounds and boundaries of a semiotic naming in human language as well as the dependence of the cognitive process on antilanguage. Antilanguage vocabulary consists of classes of antiwords. In his research Nilogov has used the antilanguage method which implies determination of partially or fully unspeakable units. These units are referred to particular classes of antiwords. As the examples of problematisation of the ontological status of word the author has used invariant language units that are used in language studies to denote unchanging 'linguistic atoms' versus changing variable units. As a result of the research, Nilogov has considered invariable speech and language units as so called antiwords. These antiwords are absent in natural language but obviously exist in antilanguage. Particularly, the author has defined the following classes of antiwords: invariantologisms (that are used to give name to abstract language units such as phonemes) and variantologisms (that are used to give name to abstract speech units such as phoneme allophones). 
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2015-1
Nilogov A.S. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2015.1.13737

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Philosophy and Culture, 2014-7
Nilogov A.S. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2014.7.12308

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Philosophy and Culture, 2014-6
Nilogov A.S. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2014.6.9781

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Philology: scientific researches, 2013-3
Nilogov A.S. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0749.2013.3.9645

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