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Publications of Rozin Vadim Markovich
Law and Politics, 2019-8
Rozin V.M. - Two types of research of the complex social phenomena pp. 61-67

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0706.2019.8.30318

Abstract: This article separates the two types of research. The first type are based on structuring schemes and oriented towards the practice of politics and individual understanding. The second type suggest building models of complex social phenomena, and oriented towards acquiring knowledge that help creating strong forecasts. The author also examines the concepts of scheme and models. Schemes are developed by the scholars, help solving a problematic situation, impart a new vision and reality, and allow performing actions from a new angle. If the scheme specifies its object for the first time, model building is preceded by the determination of a model object. Moreover, the knowledge acquired on the model can be referred to this object. The indicated differences are introduced on the comparative materials of the modern Russian state. The author succeeded in separating the two types of research of the complex social phenomenon; characterized the concepts of scheme and model; demonstrated that the works based on structuring schemes are oriented towards certain tasks, while the works that create the models of social phenomena are aimed at different tasks in the area of using social knowledge.
Culture and Art, 2019-7
Rozin V.M. - Prolegomena to the Theory of Questioning pp. 26-36

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2019.7.29906

Abstract: The article represents the variant of methodological introduction to the theory of questioning. The theme of constructing this theory is stated; two principal historical stages of questioning practice comprehension are distinguished (in antiquity and modern era). Two traditional approaches to the analysis of questioning - formally logical and philosophical - are characterized. Concepts 'practice with a questioning', 'sphere of questioning', 'situation of questioning', and 'communication of questioning' are introduced. These concepts were later used in the process of reconstruction of questions and answers in A Confession by L.N. Tolstoy. In the research, the following methodology is implemented: problem defining, situational analysis, the introduction of new concepts, reconstruction of the work, methodological scenario planning. As a result of the study, it was possible to define a number of concepts which are important for constructing a theory of questioning (teaching of questioning) and also plan the methodological scheme of such a theory. The reconstruction of questioning in A Confession, the famous Tolstoy's piece of work, in which were used such concepts as 'sphere of questioning', 'situation of questioning', and 'communication of questioning', is proposed. 
Culture and Art, 2019-6
Rozin V.M. - Postculture Concept pp. 45-52

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2019.6.29768

Abstract: The article presents the ideas of the author's postculture concept. Firstly, the problems forcing to revise the traditional concept of culture, which is given through four procedures (comparison of cultures, setting their integrity, degree of development, and uniqueness) are set. Afterward, the author characterizes the connection between the definition of culture and the concept of modern. Meanwhile, the modern is observed as a project of the organization a new world based on man's mastery of nature. The author explains the introduction of the concept of culture by the problems that arose during the implementation of the project of modernity. The author includes, on the one hand, the processes of transformation and transition characteristic of our time, on the other ‒ the formation of a new culture ("future culture"), into the postculture. Both sides of this new cultural formation are outlined. The following methodology is implemented in the research: problem statement, situational analysis, cultural and historical constructions, the introduction of new concepts, their explanation and justification. As a result of the study, it was possible to show that the traditional concept of culture is set by specific procedures and is connected with the concept of modern. Currently, in modernity, which the author calls postculture, he proposes distinguishing between the processes of transformation of sociality and transition, as well as the formation of the culture of the future. He characterizes the latter one in terms of a new vision of reality, sociality, and values.
Law and Politics, 2019-6
Rozin V.M. - Restorative justice as a type of social action and problems of its implementation in the current conditions pp. 12-21

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0706.2019.6.30023

Abstract: This article deals with two topics: the relation in social area, connecting science and practice; as well as situation and issues in the sphere of restorative justice. The author demonstrates that social action and social nature have gone through three main stages within social science: natural scientific, humanitarian and technological (the latter interpretation belongs to the author) understanding. It is also illustrated that restorative justice is formed as a type of social technology, distinguishing two plans within it – sociocultural factors and humanitarian vector. The research discusses the issues emerging in restorative justice, as well as the ways for their solution. Methodology includes target setting, situational and comparative analysis, genesis of social knowledge, typological analysis, and conceptualization. As a result, the author was able to analyze the evolution in social science of representations about social action and social nature; formulate a hypothesis that restorative justice develops as the oriented towards humanitarian values social technology; examine the related issues and ways for their solution.
Culture and Art, 2019-5
Rozin V.M. - Mathematics: Definiteness Renewal (Methodology and Cultural Studies approach) pp. 20-30

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2019.5.29522

Abstract: The article discusses a crisis in mathematics. The problems of origin, essence, and justification of mathematics are analyzed. The author presents the concept of mathematics, based on his research in mathematics, including ideas about the "starting subject areas" of mathematics, its constructive basis, the conceptualization of mathematics, the mechanisms of its development. The author shows that mathematics constitutes a complex sphere of activities and the institution of modern, and that is why there will inevitably appear contradictions, as well as the activities for their solution and justification. In the research, the following methodology is used: problem formulation, situational analysis, comparative analysis, construction of new concepts, cultural and historical reconstruction. As a result of the study, it was possible to build a methodological concept of mathematics, discuss the nature of the crisis of mathematics, show that the program of justification of mathematics could not be implemented, and mathematics is facing the task of a new reform. These results are based on the author's genetic and methodological studies of mathematics.
Culture and Art, 2019-4
Rozin V.M. - The Main Ideas of the Methodological and Cultural-Psychological Concept of Consciousness pp. 27-36

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2019.4.29417

Abstract: In his article based on the analysis of the history of culture and ontogenesis, Rozin offers his methodological and cultural-psychological concept of consciousness. The researcher analyzes the gnoseological situation of the new time that has led to the creation of the term and consciousness scheme. Rozin studies two approaches, phenomenological and physiological, to consciousness in European science. He offers his own approach that is based on methodology of cultural research and psychology within which new structures of consciousness are developed as response and solutions of cultural issues which implies creation of scheme as a specific form of reflection. This approach is fortified by the analysis of proto-consciousness formation and consciousness itself in philo- and ontogenesis. In his research Rozin applies the following research methods: problem statement, comparative and situational analysis, reconstruction of protoconsciousness and consciousness formation, composition of definitions. As a result of research, Rozin has developed the main ideas of the methodological and cultural-psychological concept of consciousness and illustrated them based on the examples of the history of culture and ontogenesis. rozin has also created the interdisciplinary discourse that has used definitions of methodology, cultural research and psychology in a new light. 
Culture and Art, 2019-3
Rozin V.M. - Art Space: Historical Types and Organization Schemes pp. 53-64

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2019.3.29187

Abstract: The article is devoted to the definition of 'art space' that is usually opposed to a traditional concept of space. Rozin analyzes the process and stages of the development of art space as part of the scheme theory. In particular, Rozin studies four stages of how views on art space have developed. At the first stage the archaic culture created schemes that described various kinds of animals and humans. The second stage was the stage of ancient kingdoms that developed the method of depicting extended spaces by layering one kinds over others. The third stage, the era of Renaissance, represented the concept of one-point perspective, and the concept of reverse perspective was developed at the fourth stage. Rozin also focuses on cultural circumstances and schemes that contributed to the development of art space at all four stages. The researcher has used the following methods: problem statement, situtional analysis, comparative analysis, statement of definitions and description of the process and visual imagery argumentation. As a result of the research, the author has defined the term 'art space' and described four stages of its development as well as demonstrated the dependence of ideas about art space on the cultural environment (worldview and type of communication) as well as space schematization (schemes and means of operation with it). 
Trends and management, 2019-3
Rozin V.M. - Social design and social technologies pp. 1-14

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0730.2019.3.30287

Abstract: This article provides the key positions of author’s report presented this year at the educational intensive course “Island 10-22” that took place in Skolkovo Innovation Center. The author demarcates the concepts of “social technology” and “social design”. While social technology means constant social situations as a condition for reproduction of this activity, the social design is oriented towards development of the situation, representing unique activity and unique solutions. Peculiarity of the social design and social technology is seen by author in the orientation of these types of social action towards human and their good, as well as in application of socio-humanitarian knowledge. General positions of the article are substantiated by the analysis of two cases: “technologies of restoration justice” forming in Russia and successful social project “development of mass uncompensated donorship”. As the result of the conducted research, the author was able to characterize and distinguish number of concepts important for social engineering: traditional and nontraditional design of three types of technologies – social technology, social design, and socio-humanitarian knowledge. Additionally, analysis was conducted on two interesting cases of social engineering, which should have made the theoretical distinctions of the author more understandable.
Culture and Art, 2019-2
Rozin V.M. - Modern Architectural Process as a Condition of Polarization of Architectural Solutions pp. 57-64

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2019.2.28842

Abstract: The article raises the question - on the basis of what criteria to carry out the reconstruction and typology of appearance and structure in the architecture of buildings and features of the urban environment. The author suggests such criterion as "architectural process". The main characteristics of the architectural process are observed: design, economic, and social ones. On their basis, three types of architectural solutions, corresponding to three types of design, are outlined ‒ typical, individual and mixed one. Also, these solutions make it possible to determine three types of architectural appearance of buildings and the environment. The following research methodology was implemented: problem statement, historical reconstruction, comparative and situational analysis, socio-cultural analysis. As a result of the study it was possible to show the need for the reconstruction of the types and features of the appearance of modern architectural buildings and the environment, to address the analysis of, on the one hand, the features of architectural design, and on the other ‒ of the socio-cultural conditions and requirements. A variant of such reconstruction is also proposed.
Pedagogy and education, 2019-2
Rozin V.M. - The key ideas and substantiation of the course "Methodology of design" pp. 93-104

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0676.2019.2.29705

Abstract: The article sets out the key ideas of the course "Methodology of design". The author emphasizes that quite often the methodological approach, aimed at the development of the particular discipline (in this case, of the design), equals the methodological approach, where only the established practice and optimization of activities are dealt with. Therefore, the author talks about his understanding of both methodology and design. Based on these ideas, the main problems that led to the creation of the methodology of design as an independent discipline, the aims of the educational course, the sequence of contents of the course "Methodology of design" develop. Besides the lecture work, the need to organize a creative group work for students is suggested. The article implements the following research methodology: problem statement, situational analysis, construction of ideal objects and concepts based on the distinction of types of project activities and problem-solving, staging of new educational practice. As a result of the study, it was possible to distinguish the methodical and methodological approaches, characterize the author's understanding of methodology and design, identify the problems, aims and the sequence of "Methodology of design" course content, formulate the idea of the need to organize a creative group work for students. Ideas, identified by the author, are suggested to be tested in the educational practice of future designers. 
SENTENTIA. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2019-1
Rozin V.M. - Unaccustomed Chekhov (humanitarian study) pp. 48-54

DOI:
10.25136/1339-3057.2019.1.27556

Abstract: The paper deals with the situation that has developed in recent years, which is written in the Internet, where memories and studies of life of the writers and poets are represented. A logical interpretation of the life and work of Anton Pavlovich Chekhov is offered, which makes it possible to compare the two relations between the creativity of the author and his ordinary life. Unaware of the evolution in the views of Anton Pavlovich and his ambivalent attitude towards women and love, revealed in such an interpretation, we really do not understand the actions and thoughts of the heroes of his works, especially the later stories and plays. The study used the following methodology: problem formulation, situational and comparative analysis, humanitarian interpretation of the author's works, reconstruction of the life path. As a result, it was possible to show that although the personality of the author of the work is not directly related to his work, nevertheless, in order to understand a number of significant moments of this work and the features of the work, a special reconstruction of the author's personality and his works is necessary. Within the framework of such a reconstruction, the analysis of personality and works must be linked.
Culture and Art, 2019-1
Rozin V.M. - Two Lives of Anna Zimonenko and Roman Fierstein (the History of Creativity and Life of an Architects' Family) pp. 69-79

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2019.1.28479

Abstract: In his article Rozin describes the life and creative development of the architects' family who first lived in Russia and then moved to Germany. Rozin is interested in the reasons and circumstances of the family immigrating to Germany at the very end of the last century. The head of the family, Roman Fierstein, was a famous Russian architect and designer and an author of a number of major exhibitions of the USSR economical and industrial achievements. His daughter, Anna Zimonenko, was a researcher at Central Research Institute of Engineering Design. Having moved to Germany, the family continued to organize exhibitions, however, those exhibitions were not so significant and Anna Zimonenko undertook all 'market' support. The research methodology includes historical reconstruction, comparative and situation analysis, biographical analysis, and personality analysis. By analyzing the history of the Fierstein-Zimonenko family, the author of the article traces back particular points of the development of Russian exhibition design as well as the fates of architects at the turn of epochs and the change in social relations. The research is based on the analysis of the history and creative development of the aforesaid Jewish family that were successful in Russia and Germany. 
Culture and Art, 2018-11
Rozin V.M. - The Feat and Fall of Janis Rainis (Thoughts on Roald Dobrovensky's Novel 'Rainis and His Brothers' and Joseph Schumpeter's Book 'Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy') pp. 49-59

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2018.11.27798

Abstract: In his article Rozin focuses on one single storyline in Roald Dobrovensky's novel that relates to a number of socio-cultural issues in the contemporary history of Latvia and Russia. These issues include how the development of the nation and the development of the statehood relate, the difference between two forms of the statehood (capitalist and socialist) and two kinds of socialism (bolshevist and democratic), contribution of capitalism and socialism to the development of a new state, and the role of personality and communities in the aforesaid social processes. These are the same issues Joseph Schumpeter in his work 'Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy' focuses on. Rozin appeals to this work in order to compare the problems raised by Dobrovensky and Schumpeter. The research is based on the following methodology: problem statement, case and comparative analysis, cultural-historical reconstruction, and scenario analysis. As a result of his research, Rozin demonstrates that both personalities like Rainis and socialistic and national ideas have made equal contribution to the development of the Latvian culture. In addition, Rozin has analyzed the consequences of socialistic ideas for the people and the country.  
Culture and Art, 2018-10
Rozin V.M. - Artistic Reality in Guzel Yakhina's Novel 'My Children' pp. 79-87

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2018.10.26710

Abstract: According to a number of critics, in her new novel Guzel Yakhina did not manage to naturally combine different artistic narrations and themes. Rozin analyzes the criticism and arguments based on his own concept of artistici reality. He demonstrates that the new novel of Guzel Yakhina is not traditional in terms of its narration. The writer used the method of artistic poetics that Rozin believes to belong to the phenomenological approach. The peculiar feature of the phenomenological approach is the description and expression of the reality outside the artist and performance of a complex subject content of the consciousness. For this regard, the author discusses the challenges that may be faced by the reader who tries to understand such artistic reality. Rozin has used the following methods: problem statement, comparative analysis, reconstruction of Guzel Yakhina's creative writing, positioning in polemics and axiological analysis. As a result of his research, Rozin demonstrates that it is necessary to differentiate between two different means of construction of the literary reality, wherein phenomenological discourse and aesthetics are very different from traditional ones. Even though the phenomenological approach provides new opportunities, it has certain drawbacks, too, especially in terms of understanding and thinking logic. 
Culture and Art, 2018-9
Rozin V.M. - Love and Art in Terms of Modern Science and Author's Personality (Commentaries to E. Shapinskaya's Book 'The Faces of Love in Discourses and Narratives') pp. 76-85

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2018.9.26836

Abstract: The article is devoted to the main ideas and themes of the new book written by E. Shapinskaya. Rozin explains why Shapinskaya brings together three forms of love, ordinary love, love in art and love of knowledge. There are two main methods that E. Shapinskaya uses in her work. It is a discursive analysis which features are analyzed by Rozin in his researech. The other method is the method that implies fitting discourses fit into the space of history and modernity. At the same time, the specified space is set by the opposition “modern - postmodern”, its elements are endowed with fixed but correlative characteristics. The ethical issues raised in the new book by the author of “The Faces of Love” are discussed. In his research Rozin has used the following research and commentary methodology: problem statement, situational analysis, text reconstruction, parallel analysis of creativity and personality, and comparative analysis. As a result of the research, Rozin identifies interesting ideas and features of the author’s work on a new book about love as well as artistic and scientific work  to characterize the notion of discourse and discourse analysis, to consider the use of the modern-postmodern opposition, and to discuss the ethical problems posed by E. Shapinsky.
Philosophy and Culture, 2018-9
Rozin V.M. - Analysis of the concept of sociality and observations on the future of Immanuel Wallerstein and Vadim Belyaev pp. 36-45

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2018.9.27519

Abstract: This article analyzes and compares the theories of sociality of the prominent Western thinker I. Wallerstein and Russian philosopher V. Belyaev. Both authors use in their research the schemes and concepts from the various social disciplines (history, social philosophy, sociology, culturology, and others), adapting them to the context of solving the set tasks. The main objective of their study lies in unspelling of modernity; Belyaev also analyzes the approaches and thinking patterns of the philosophers and scholars who determined the key features of modernity. At the same time, Wallerstein implements systemic and synergetic approaches, while Belyaev – philosophical and methodological; the object of research of the first author is the world system, and for the second author – modernism. Both of them analyze the factors that substantiate sociality (although different ones), and the process of realization of the main social ideas and project. As a result, it is demonstrated that due to the character of implementation and systemic conditions, the established type of sociality is in crisis and is close to its completion. However, due to the complexity of unfolding processes, it seems nearly impossible to forecast the course of events. The article revels the similarities and differences of both theories and authors’ approaches. The author not only discusses these moments, but also expresses his opinion on possibility of analyzing modernity and sociality.
Culture and Art, 2018-8
Rozin V.M. - Analyzing Questions in Saint Augustine's 'Confessions' Based on the Method of Reconstruction of the Sphere and Questioning Communication pp. 31-39

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2018.8.26579

Abstract: In Saint Augustine's 'Confessions' Rozin discovers two kinds of questions, questions asked to God and questions asked to oneself. To analyze these questions, Rozin reconstructs, on the one hand, the sphere of questioning (experience of Christian salvation and sharing this story with others) and communication of questioning, on the other hand. The latter implies the position of Augustine in the past and present, of Augustine when he only started his path to faith and when he already adopted the confession, Augustine when he was writing his 'Confessions' and asking questions. In addition, the author demonstrates that in 'Confessions' Augustine does not only share his own experience of becoming Christian but also presents the image of a Medieval personality. The author offers his own interpretation of Augustine's questions. In his research Rozin has used the special research methods including situation analysis, comparison, problem statement and discussion, culture-historical reconstruction of personality development, construction of new schemes, and typological constructs. As a result of the research, the author makes a statement that in his 'Confessions' Augustine asks his questions as an individual with a developing Medieval personality appealing to those who want to become Christian, including himself when he vacilated and seeked his own path to salvation. Augustine answers his own questions as an individual but counts on God's help, too. 
Culture and Art, 2018-7
Rozin V.M. - Our Life as the Problem of Our Times pp. 79-90

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2018.7.26506

Abstract: In this article Rozin discusses the perception of life in modern culture. The question was first raised by the author in his article about death and resonse of L. Golubkova to that article. The results of the research demonstrate that this is a typical question for an individual. Ancient Greeks already related their concept of death to the concept of 'the right life', i.e. consciouss and unselfish existence. In addition, the author analyzes modern conditions and cultural environment that demand the question about human life to be asked in a different way. Based on his own experience, the author outlines his own version of the question. In his research Rozin has used the following research methods: problem statement, situation analysis, culture-historical comparison, construction of terms and schemes, and reinforcement of general provisions with historical examples. As a result of the research, the author has managed to define conceptual and socio-cultural conditions that allow to perceive life in our times (the concept of the right life, striving towards consciouss behavior and reduction of egoism, etc.). The other outcome of the research is the discourse that was developed by the author to discuss the topic of the research. 
Culture and Art, 2018-6
Rozin V.M. - The Author in Everyday Life and Author's Creative Life in Art pp. 90-96

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2018.6.26343

Abstract: The article is devoted to the problem that has been raised lately by Internet discussions, memory posts, and studies of famous writers' and poets' biographies. Based on the analysis of biographies and creative works of Marina Tsvetaeva and Anton Chekhov, Rozin considers two hypotheses of the relationship between the author and his or her everyday life. Vadim Rozin tries to prove that special reconstruction of both would allow to understand essential features of the author's creative life. In his research Vadim Rozin has applied his own methodology that implies problem statement, comparative and situation analysis, schematization and interpretation of literary texts, and generalisation. As a result of his research, Rozin has managed to compare two opposite interpretations of the relationship between the author's creative life and his or her everyday life as well as to demonstrate that the analysis of the author's personality and his or her creative life casts the light on peculiar features of his or her creative life and allows to understand essential moments thereof. 
Culture and Art, 2018-5
Rozin V.M. - The Image of Death in Contemporary Culture pp. 25-33

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2018.5.26266

Abstract: In this article Rozin discusses the attitude to death in contemporary culture. The author analyzes the reasons and circumstances that revive interest towards death and whether one should fear it. Rozin analyzes three concepts of life after death: pagan (animistic), Christian and esoteric. These concepts are based on the idea of human soul that is eternal. Howeover, the shift to the Modern Period and development of rational research thinking made us forget about that idea. As a consequence, people started to fear death again. The author of this article offers a solution of this problem through critisizing myths about life and death of a modern human and development of the 'right life' concept. In his research Rozin applies the following research methods: problem statement, comparative analysis, cultural historical reconstruction of ideas about life after death, and scenario approach. As a result of his research, Rozin describes the situation of the contemporary culture that returns researchers to discussing life after death and trying to find a solution of this problem. According to the author, the solution of the problem is the criticism of memos about life and death of a modern human and adoption of the 'right life' concept. 
Culture and Art, 2018-3
Rozin V.M. - The Road Map of Reconstruction of Ancient Greek Culture and Sociality (the Period of Polises before the Empire) pp. 8-20

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2018.3.25359

Abstract: The analysis of the development of ancient greek sociality is made in the form of the 'road map', i.e. the author focuses on the methodological side of the research. The author of the article describes four stages of the research and moves: reconstruction of the trigger, analysis of the development of independence and social practices that ensured it, reconstruction of the institutionalization of sociality, analysis of the influence of social theories of Plato and Aristotle on practice. The central issue the author focuses on is the explanation of how the phenomenon of sociality arose. The author demonstrates that a 'new assembly of the social group' that happened under the influence of ancient greek personality and associated politia implied solutions of a number of problems and determination of common grounds that underlined particular opinions and concepts. Plato and Aristotle created schemes that allowed to solve the aforesaid problems and find those grounds. As a result, ancient greek sociality developed. In his research Rozin has used the following research methods and methodologies: problem statement, schematization, construction of terms and concepts, and analysis of empirical material. As a result of the research, the author outlines stages of ancient greek research and analysis of polis sociality, i.e. before Alexander III of Macedon created the Empire and Rome was built. The results of the research also allow to explain how ancient greek sociality developed as a result of philosophical reflection and creation of schemes and solutions of common affairs in polises. 
Culture and Art, 2018-3
Rozin V.M. - Prolegomena to Reconstruction of Sociality of the Middle Ages pp. 21-32

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2018.3.25842

Abstract: In his article Rozin analyzes sociality of the middle ages. The author bases his article on the in-depth research of S. Neretina who focused on the personal nature of medieval relations, the role of cities, development of the third social class, complex relations between the king and the main social classes of France. The author offers an analysis of four medieval social groups (Christians, 'suzerain - vassal' communities, royalty and townsmen such as craftsmen and merchants) as well as relations (Christian faith, politics, law and order) that united them as one big group. Further, the author analyzes the process of decomposition of those medieval social groups and development of a larger social group, monarchy and nation state. In this research Rozin has used the following methods and methodologies: problem statement, situation analysis, historic reenactment, and construction of an ideal type of medieval sociality. As a result of the research, the author demonstrates that to some degree, the middle ages repeated the history of the ancient greek times: polity-and election-based sociality was replaced with sociality that imitated both. As a consequence, institutions and bureaucracy developed and subdued society and personality. The author makes an assumption that the same pattern occured in the history later, too, and there have been no other ways to change the course of events. 
Pedagogy and education, 2018-3
Rozin V.M. - Analysis of the University Introductory Discipline 'Introduction to Philosophy' pp. 18-27

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0676.2018.3.27053

Abstract: In his research Rozin examines and compares two disciplines 'Introduction to Philosophy' by Anatoly Akhutin and the author. There are similar and different features of these courses. The cognitive and pedagogical aspects of both courses are distinguished. The difference in the courses is explained by the fact that the authors belong to different philosophical schools as well as by the fact that they adhered to different methodological guidelines. In particular, the author came out of the Moscow Methodological Circle and is developing a humanitarian and cultural version of the methodology, and Anatoly Akhutin is a follower of V.S. Bibler and M. Heidegger. In his research Rozin has applied such methods as comparative and situational analysis, problem statement, and formulation of the provisions that shed light on the features of preparing courses on “Introduction to Philosophy”. As a result of the study, it was possible to understand how the authors created their courses, how they are similar and how they differ, and what problems have to be solved when preparing the courses. Thus, in both courses, the nature of philosophy and its formation is studied and at the same time the authors involve students in the reality of philosophy. 
Urban Studies, 2018-3
Rozin V.M. - The ideas of Bogdanovs Tectology in the works of the architect Rosenberg (first stages of establishment of design methodology) pp. 162-170

DOI:
10.7256/2310-8673.2018.3.27899

Abstract: This article considers the first stages of establishment of design. The author advances a hypothesis that likewise the creation of methodology preceded the establishment of science, similar process took place in the indicated field: first appear the methodological studies aimed at structuring the design thinking, and based on them, the design forms as a separate field of activity and practice. The article analyzes the methodological principles of design (correspondence principle, parsimony principle, optimality principle, etc.) formulated by A. V. Rosenberg, as well as demonstrates that in his proposals he leans not only on the reflection of the existing thereat experience of design, but also the ideas of “Tectology” of A. Bogdanov, first and foremost, organizational and systemic. As a result, the author was able to determine certain peculiarities of the establishment of design: role of the prerequisites of design; significance of methodological research; impact of the ideas of Bogdanov’s “Tectology”. Moreover, the author formulated a hypothesis about the two languages (systemic and systemic-substantive) description of design and similarly difficult intellectual practices.
Culture and Art, 2018-2
Rozin V.M. - Formation of Sociality of the Roman Empire During the Reign of Augustus pp. 22-32

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2018.2.25649

Abstract: In his article Rozin describes the process of formation of ancient sociality attributable to the dictatorship of Sulla and reign of Augustus. It is still a difficulty for historians to refer social reality of that time to republican or imperial form of government. Rozin describes particular features of sociality of the Roman Republic which he calls 'polis-like', and sociality of developing Roman Empire which he respectively calls 'imperial'. He demonstrates that ancient culture of the beginning of the first century was a symbiosis of two forms of sociality. Polis sociality meant rather small communities, free citizens with equal rights, decision making about a life in a polis, discussion of general rules the majority of citizens would agree with, and development of knowledge about social reality as the axiological and ontological ground for making decisions through communication and debates. Imperial sociality had such typical features as social institutions and transfer of the main duties of citizens (discussion of personal and social issues, debates, decision making and decision execution, etc.) to the emperor and his representatives. In his research Rozin implements the following methodology: problem definition, situational analysis, comparative analysis, cultural and historical reconstruction, composition of definitions. As a result of analysis of the Roman history and culture as well as ancient law, the author has described the main features of ancient sociality and demonstrated that the reign of Augustus was characterized by the formation of social institutions and symbiosis of polis sociality and imperial sociality with all that it entails.   policy, empire, principle, sociality, personality, communication, dictator, law, justice, reconstruction
Pedagogy and education, 2018-2
Rozin V.M. - On Building the Theory of Questioning pp. 78-89

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0676.2018.2.26172

Abstract: In his article Rozin describes the first stage of building the theory of questioning. The author's theory is based on the differentiation between pre-personal and personal questions as he described in his previous article. Rozin makes a statement that questioning is not a complete process because it only sets the 'sphere of questioning' as a special experience of a collective action and 'questioning communication'. Rozin analyzes three cases (Socratic questioning in Plato's works, questioning in St. Augustine's 'Confessiones' and questions asked by an investigator). Analysis of these three cases has allowed to describe the sphere of questioning and questioning communication as new concepts. In particular, in terms to questioning communicaiton, the author suggests to differentiate between the situation of questioning and process of questioning. In his research Rozin has used the following methodologies: problem statement, case analysis, construction of ideal objects and concepts that describe them, and typological description. As a result, Rozin outlines the methodological program of buildig the theory of questioning. He also differentiates between the terms 'the sphere of questioning' and 'questioning communication' and to describe the first characteristics of questions based on the analysis of three cases (Socratic questioning in Plato's works, questioning in St. Augustine's 'Confessiones' and questions asked by an investigator). 
Culture and Art, 2018-1
Rozin V.M. - Granting of Freedom to Human as a Ground for Ancient Democracy Development and Personal Growth pp. 7-15

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2018.1.25122

Abstract: The article is devoted to transformation of the concepts of humans-and-gods relations at the turn of the 6th - 5th B. C. Rozin states that development of the ancient culture was accompanied and triggered by human turning to independent behavior. Even though people still relied on gods and their support, in everyday life they relied more on themselves and were more independent. The researcher analyzes the consequences of such transformation, in particular, personal growth and creativity boost, leave of kings who had been thought to be living gods, and development of democratic governments in ancient polises. The author has used the following methodology: problem statement, situation analysis, comparative law research, and conceptualisation. The methodology was also accompanied with analysis of research results and reconstruction of historical facts. As a result of the research, the author explains what factors cused the transfer from the culture of ancient kings to the ancient times, in particular, personal development and democratic governments. According to the researcher, it was a new concept of the humans-and-gods relations that changed the minds of people in those times. 
Urban Studies, 2018-1
Rozin V.M. - To structuring the concept of design pp. 116-122

DOI:
10.7256/2310-8673.2018.1.25153

Abstract: This article reviews a relevant situation that compels to discuss and introduce the concept of design. The author confers the relation of some researchers to the indicated genesis of design, as well as distinction between the main types of design – traditional and nontraditional. The principles based on which V. Rozin reconstructs the formation of design and discusses its nature (functioning and development) are formulated. The author attempt to characterize design considering its evolution, suggesting the dynamic definitions of design instead of statistical. As a result of this work, the author was able to structure a dynamic definition of design and characterize the established within methodology of design situation that compel to form such concept. The article also analyzes the scheme of prerequisites of the establishment and development of design, as well as the difference between the two main types of design – traditional and nontraditional.
Culture and Art, 2017-9
Rozin V.M. - Understanding Fedor Dostoevsky in The Writers' Diaries: Mission of Russia and its Relation to Europe pp. 37-52

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2017.9.24023

Abstract: The author of the article analyzes the views of Fedor Dostoyevsky on the historical process and the mission of Russia in relation to Europe. The author puts and seeks answers to two main questions: the reasons for Dostoevsky's spiritual rebirth, and also why Dostoevsky believed that it is Russia that will guide Europe. Relying on Zenkowski's fundamental study "The History of Russian Philosophy," the author shows that Dostoevsky was thinking and was looking for solutions to Russia's problems within the framework of the cultural tradition set out by M. Karamzin and P.Chaadaev. The essence of this providential Orthodox concept, its development in Dostoevsky's Diaries of the Writer, as well as in the works of Konstantin Leontiev and Alexander Solzhenitsyn, is considered. The break of this tradition is discussed as a result of the October revolution of the seventeenth year. The following methodology is implemented in the work: problem formulation and situational analysis, cultural and historical reconstruction of ideas, comparative analysis of views, hypotheses, confirmation of their texts by the corresponding authors. As a result of the study, two main results were obtained. First, it was possible to see the socio-political search and decisions of Dostoevsky in a new way, in particular to show what he thought in the framework of the Orthodox providential social concept (tradition). Secondly, it was possible to analyze the very concept and its fate.
Culture and Art, 2017-7
Rozin V.M. - The Concept of "Taking Care of Yourself": Philosophical, Scientific, Artistic and Author's Versions pp. 50-56

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2017.7.23596

Abstract: The article considers three contexts (philosophical, scientific and aesthetic) of the concept of "taking care of oneself". It is shown that in European culture the concepts of "caring for oneself" are very different. A common semantic space is discussed in which such concepts can exist in modern culture, as well as the nature of the work that allows to build an individual life, in accordance with the concept of "taking care of oneself." The author sets out his own understanding of "taking care of oneself." For this he gives a description of the contemporary Russian and world situation and carries out criticism of some psychological interpretations of "caring for oneself" (in particular, phenomenological and projective). The results of the proposed analysis were obtained by the author on the basis of a methodology in which the methods of problematization, the method of comparative analysis, criticism, and citation of authors discussing this topic were used. The author shows that, on the one hand, despite the diversity of personal development options, the general direction of work in relation to oneself presupposes the opposition of bad sociality, as well as the development of the modern person's abilities and competences that allow him to live in a changing and partly catastrophic world. On the other hand, the need to form practically every individual scenario of development and life is becoming more and more realized.
Culture and Art, 2017-3
Rozin V.M. - The History of "Cosmoguals" (is this a Personal Myth, Reality, Philosophical or Artistic Discourse?) Part Three. Cosmoguals Leave Earth and Humanity pp. 147-162

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2017.3.22995

Abstract: The author is interested in the connection between science and art. To discuss this issue, he used his own work having adopted only one narrative line from it, the story and the vicissitudes of cosmoguals. According to one of the heroes of the novel, Black tells the story of the invasion of the earth by extraterrestrial beings - cosmoguals, who enslaved people and feed on their psycho-radiation, but at the same time, contribute to their development and creativity. In the first part of the article "How did the author learn about cosmoguals?" Rozin tells us how the main character of the novel, Mark Vadimov, got acquainted with Cherniy and his theory. Later Viktor Zun appears from the parallel reality, Vadim's friend who tragically died. In the second part of the article "Cosmoguals guide the evolution of the mankind" the reader was able to look at the development of the Earth and humanity as a thoughtful although soulless and very strange project. This is the last part of the article. It is clear that the way the author constructed his discourse was not quite ordinary. It included rational (philosophical and scientific) considerations and artistic, both scientific facts and fantasies. All these heterogeneous elements are connected on the basis of methodological considerations and creativity. As a result, Rosin succeeded in posing several problems: the synthesis of scientific and artistic thinking, the reality and the existence of fictional phenomena (after all, all phenomena, even very real, were at first imagined or invented by someone), and explanations of the evolution of mankind. In addition, he really built a scientific and artistic discourse that allows to discuss the listed problems.
Culture and Art, 2017-2
Rozin V.M. - History as the Knowledge of the Past and as a Historical Way of Modern Life and Culture pp. 24-34

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2017.2.22202

Abstract: The article discusses the current situation in historiography which is characterized by the crisis of the concept of history. The author of the article has analyzed the views of Karl Popper and the concept of history as a set of rational reconstructions (interpretations). According to the author, the whole of history which allows to conceive and establish the nature includes not only interpretations of history but also a historical way of life of an individual as well as the historical mode of culture existence that undergoes several stages of development. The author has also analyzed cases involving these three historical images and describes particularities of working with historical data and historical texts based on this analysis. In his research Rozin has used the private methodology strategy including situational analysis in historiography, formulation and discussion of the problems, comparative analysis, reconstruction of the formation of the history concept, and construction of new schemes and concepts. As a result, the author was able to describe limitations of the interpretation of history only as a knowledge of the past and outline a new three-aspect understanding of history. The reality of history involves a certain historical lifestyle and in some sense it is aligned with the present; history does not only affect a person like art, it also bases on historical facts unfolding the story which has clear events, a beginning and an end, and gives us the knowledge of the past (in the form of certain versions, interpretations), as well as creates a new historical reality in culture.
Architecture and design, 2017-2
Rozin V.M. - Architecture and state policy pp. 23-30

DOI:
10.7256/2585-7789.2017.2.25152

Abstract:  This article discusses the modern state policy with regards to architecture and urban planning. Initially, the author characterizes his understanding of the functions of architecture, two of which are traditional, and the third is fairly original (being an constructing industry that not only creates urban environment, but also capitalizes the excessive financial incomes). The work analyzes the adopted in 2017 renovation project in Moscow, concerning its ability to become an example of the efficient policy in the area of architecture and urban planning. Methodology of the research includes such procedures as problematization and situation analysis, criticism of the proposed solutions, comparative analysis, generalization of studies in the field of economy and methodology of architecture. In conclusion, the author was able to determine the functions of architecture, characterize the concept of policy, examine certain flaws of the renovation project, as well as formulate suggestions aimed at overcoming them. It is also offered to hold an extensive discussion on the indicated issues, attracting the interested architect, authorities, businesses, and population.  
Modern Education, 2017-1
Rozin V.M. - One of the mechanisms of formation of creativity and vision of new reality pp. 161-171

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8736.2017.1.21688

Abstract: The article examines one of the mechanisms of creativity. It puts forward the following hypothesis: the existential problems of personality find their resolution in the new vision, which is initially incomprehensible and unacceptable, but then, being understood, or in other words, interpreted and conceptualized, and thus becomes clear. For confirmation of this hypothesis, the article analyses the three cases, discusses the notions of vision, reality, and existence, as well as applies the author’s concept of dreams. Creativity begins with the intersubjective situations and subjective problems; in addition to the search and realization of certain methodology, it suggests the new vision, conceptualization, and a number of other procedures, and ends with the existence and detection of the new reality. At the same time, the following methodology was being applied: posing of the questions, case analysis, distinction of the examined phenomena, and construction of notions. As a result, the study was able to demonstrate that the important mechanism of creativity consists in the existential problems, which are solved by the person through inventing the schemes.  Based on them, establishes the new vision of reality alongside understanding of what is happening, which initially seems paradoxical.
Culture and Art, 2017-1
Rozin V.M. - Analysis of the Art Form as a Condition of Reconstruction of Aesthetic Experience (Re-reading "Psychology of Art" by Lev Vygotsky) pp. 92-100

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2017.1.21844

Abstract: In his article Rozin examines the first great work by Lev Vygotsky in which the founder of Soviet psychology stated that it is possible to reach to aesthetic (artistic) experience only indirectly, in particular, through the analysis of the art form. Rozin analyzes the methodological approaches which he used in his research (naturalistic and structuralistic) and interprets an art form as some kind of a trap that catches a reader or audience trying to overcome contradictions of building an art form. The author compares Lev Vygotsky's concept of 'art as the machine for developing psyche' with Mikhail Bakhtin's concept of 'life in art'. In his research Rozin has used the methodology of comparative analysis, raises a number of questions and offers a new reconstruction of 'Psychology of Art' as well as discusses peculiarities of psychological research and science. As a result, the author demonstrates that Vygotsky's concept of art was in many ways conditioned by Marxist and structuralistic methodologies as well as the task to develop a new human using artistic means. Being focused on the problem of human development, Vygotsky interpreted art as the machine for developing the mental world and ignored the importance of art as a life style.   
Trends and management, 2017-1
Rozin V.M. - Formation and nature of project engineering pp. 61-74

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0730.2017.1.22326

Abstract: This article analyzes the two approaches towards understanding of project engineering, which include design and the modern stage of technology development. The author reconstructs establishment of the “traditional” (architectural and technical) engineering in culture, as well the role of architectural activity, engineering and technology in this process. The work introduces the idea of "project thinking", which analyzes the two aspects: means of the "language of engineering" (sketches, models, design norms, knowledge), and the "logic of engineering". In conclusion, the article discusses the transition from the "traditional engineering" to "nontraditional", which represents the non-project practices with the elements of engineering. As a result, the author was able to separate the existing approaches towards understanding of project engineering, analyze the prerequisites and establishment of this type of activity, give characteristics to the project thinking, as well as put forward a hypothesis regarding the key trend in the development of project engineering. It consists of two stages: the establishment and development of “nontraditional engineering” and the transition towards the “nontraditional engineering”.
Culture and Art, 2016-4
Rozin V.M. - The Studio of Musical Movement and Improvisation 'Heptahor' as a Collective Author of a New Art Form

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2016.4.19387

Abstract: In the article the author shares his observations on the performance studio "Heptahor". Along with the strong impression from what he saw, he raises three issues relating to the perception and understanding of the genre of musical movement. It is hypothesized that the audience in this case met with a new kind of art. Further, the hypothesis explained and justified. The main themes are: explanation of features of musical movement, creation of a new art form, analysis of the musical reality that is emerging in the genre of musical movement, role of comprehension and interpretation of music played to the musical movement. As a result of the study the author proves his hypothesis. In his study Rozin introduces the ideas of humanitarian and hermeneutical approaches and offers his own interpretations of the plastic performances 'The Birth of the Sun' after Igor Stravinsky's ballet 'The Rite of Spring' and 'Apollo's Principle' after Igor Stravinsky's ballet 'Apollon Musaget'. In general, the author continues to develop his humanitarian methodology. As a result of the research the author has been ablel to demonstrate that it was indeed a new art form, to describe features of the musical movement as a new art form, how  a new art form and reality have been developed within the framework of the musical movement and what intellectual and spiritual grounds supported that development. 
Politics and Society, 2016-3
Rozin V.M. - Plausible conspiracy theories (discourse analysis)

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0684.2016.3.18273

Abstract: This article analyzes one of the types of conspiracy discourse, to which the author refers as “plausible”. These discourses can be quite complicated, thus for their argumentation use modern scientific knowledge, namely economic, social, political, and psychological. They are addressed to the more educated audience, who is at least partially acquainted with these scientific disciplines. The author demonstrates the examples of plausible discourses and the possible attitude towards them. It is illustrated that such theories help the contemporary individual build the world, where one can live and solve their problems – a world that meets the interest of the specific person. In the end, the author examines the social, hermeneutic, and axiological peculiarities of the plausible conspiracy discourses. The author introduces and analyzes the new type of conspiracy theory, as well as demonstrates that a conspiracy discourse suggests interpretation, and due to the latter this discourse gets various evaluations. The plausible conspiracy theories should be considered in two aspects – psychological and social.
Culture and Art, 2016-2
Rozin V.M. - The History of Cosmoguals (Is it a Personal Myth, Reality or Philosophical and Culturological Discourse?). Part Two. Cosmoguals Guide the Revolution

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2016.2.16834

Abstract: One of the themes discussed by Rozin in his article is the possibility for the synthesis of art and science. Discussing this topic, the author creates the discourse that combines scientific and art genres. Relying on modern philosophical, semiotic, psychological and biological researches, Rozin establishes the concept of 'cosmogual' in a form of a novel. In his novel cosmoguals are aliens who feed on mental energy of humans and have long been guiding human development and evolution. The first part describes how the author of the novel Mark Vadimov has learnt about cosmoguals from the Black Communicant and what comogualies are. Victor Zun, Vadimov's friend who died tragically, also appears in the story. The first part of the article is ended with the commentary of Rozin regarding the reality and existence of cosmoguals. Quite obviously, the discourse made by Rozin is quite unusual. It involved both rational (philosophical and scientific) considerations and fictional methods such as scientific facts and fantasy. The author's methodology and creative work are what brings together all these diversified elements. As a result, Rozin has managed to touch upon a few important issues such as the synthesis of scientific and artistic thinking, reality and existence of fictional phenomena (in fact all phenomena, even very real, were originally thought up by someoine), explanations of human evolution. In addition, Rozin has actually created a scientific and artistic discourse that allows to discuss these problems. 
Pedagogy and education, 2016-2
Rozin V.M. - What is Questioning: Essence or Types?

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0676.2016.2.18709

Abstract: The present article presents an attempt to characterize the nature of questioning and highlight the main types of questioning. The author shows that questioning developed in the ancient culture along with the formation of identity as one of the ways to communicate with others. Another important aspect of questioning is that by the means of certain schemes questions emerge the questioner into reality where he or she receives the answer and can solve their problems. In his research Rozin covers the following types of questioning: prepersonal and impersonal, latent, original, physicalistic, traditional, and problematizing. The purpose of the latter type, standing alone, is to create a problem for the Other (responding to questioning) or to change his or her point of view. Problematizing questioning is used to initiate thought and thought management, especially within the framework of the methodology. The authors used such approaches and methods as development of typologies, situational analysis and problematization, cultural approach, hermeneutic approach, analysis of case studies, creation of definitions and concepts. As a result, the author managed to characterize the nature of questioning showing that this phenomenon is placed between two coordinates - the questioner's communication with others and creation of a certain reality with the help of special schemes which allows the questioner to understand, solve their problems, get help and feedback. The proposed typology of questioning types allows to continue the investigation and may be of practical value in the field of education and methodology.
Trends and management, 2016-1
Rozin V.M. - Nuances of the modern robotics

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0730.2016.1.17632

Abstract: This article explores the nuances of the modern robotics, as well as the cause for the current boom in this area. The author determines and characterizes two directions in development of robotics: in one, which leans on the old concept of robotics, the developers attempt to imitate animals or people; in the other – the concept of robotics leans on the programming, environment perceptions, and understanding of modern technology. A discussion is held on why the robotics was created fairly late, as well as the situation (the zone of nearest technological development), in which robotics has been established. The article analyzes the capabilities of modern robotics as well as some issues related to its development. As a result, the author was able to characterize peculiarities of modern robotics and the situation in which it emerged. The author defines and describes two directions of development of robotics: one is oriented towards the anthropological ideals; the other – towards the ideas of programming, modern technology, organization of special environment representing natural formations, life and nuances of which we have yet to fully understand.
Philosophy and Culture, 2015-9
Rozin V.M. - Description of the Dispositif of Sociality

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2015.9.15314

Abstract: In his article Rozin views sociality as ultimate ontology and dispositif, i.e. heterogeneous ideal construct that is used to solve methodological problems and to explain discourses on sociality. The author of the article describes the five main 'tops' in the dispositif of sociality (i.e. independent but complementary outlines of research): the method (approach, values, framework) used by a researcher to construct sociality; description (analysis) of directed and spontaneous social transformations; characteristics of interaction between subjects of social actions including society, government, communities, individuals and personalities; structure and description of a social action allowing to direct the process of social transformation; and interpretation of sociality as an organism. The author provides a description of each 'top'. Rozin has applied the methodological approach allowing to accomplish problematisation and case study and to construct the dispositif of sociality at first approximation. General theoretical provisions are based on the analysis of cases. As a result of his research, Rozin has managed to describe sociality as ultimate ontology and to define the five 'horizons' therein. The three horizons are central, social transformations that are directed by social messages and contribute to the integral development; interaction between social action subjects who ensure the progress of these transformations; and values of a researcher as well as his approach to studying sociality. 
Politics and Society, 2015-7
Rozin V.M. - Management of Global Markets and World Events by the Anglo-American Supragovernment Elite (conspiratorial discourse, based on the book "Battles of the Diamond Barons" by Sergei Goryainov)

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0684.2015.7.15894

Abstract: The article analyses the book "Battles of the Diamond Barons" by Sergei Goryainov. The main provisions on which the author founds are highlighted: the price is determined not by the correlation of supply and demand, but the conscious control and regulation; it is the price of the raw materials that determines the basic economic processes and related global markets, and this price is a formed and projected resource; commodity price and global markets are managed not by the governments, but by clubs and elites, and not all of them, but only those owned by the Anglo-Saxon culture, etc. We consider the evidence basis of Goryainov's concept and demonstrate that the author's interpretations are vulnerable and can be interpreted as counterexamples to his constructions. To reveal the basis of the of Goryainov's concept, the author reconstructs his values and personality traits, which are then compared to the outlook of the author, as well as his teacher - the famous Russian philosopher G. Shchedrovitsky. At that, the following methodology was implemented: comparative analysis, methodological problematisation, situational analysis, reconstruction and interpretation of the points stated by Goryainov, that allowed to criticise Goryainov's conspiracy theory and highlight the reasons for the inadequacy of such concepts. As a rule, the authors interpret the facts in the spirit of their own concepts, they ignore criticism and other studies, they do not fulfil the basic requirements of scientific justification. However, their concepts are designed for their own specific audience.
Culture and Art, 2015-6
Rozin V.M. - The History of Cosmoguals (Is it a Personal Myth, Reality or Philosophical and Culturological Discourse?)

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2015.6.15305

Abstract: One of the themes discussed by Rozin in his article is the possibility for the synthesis of art and science. Discussing this topic, the author creates the discourse that combines scientific and art genres. Relying on modern philosophical, semiotic, psychological and biological researches, Rozin establishes the concept of 'cosmogual' in a form of a novel. In his novel cosmoguals are aliens who feed on mental energy of humans and have long been guiding human development and evolution. The first part describes how the author of the novel Mark Vadimov has learnt about cosmoguals from the Black Communicant and what comogualies are. Victor Zun, Vadimov's friend who died tragically, also appears in the story. The first part of the article is ended with the commentary of Rozin regarding the reality and existence of cosmoguals. Quite obviously, the discourse made by Rozin is quite unusual. It involved both rational (philosophical and scientific) considerations and fictional methods such as scientific facts and fantasy. The author's methodology and creative work are what brings together all these diversified elements. As a result, Rozin has managed to touch upon a few important issues such as the synthesis of scientific and artistic thinking, reality and existence of fictional phenomena (in fact all phenomena, even very real, were originally thought up by someoine), explanations of human evolution. In addition, Rozin has actually created a scientific and artistic discourse that allows to discuss these problems. 
Culture and Art, 2015-5
Rozin V.M. - Opera in the Mirrors of Emotional Experiences, Interpretations and Philosophical Thinking

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2015.5.16119

Abstract: The article discusses the new book by Ekaterina Shapinskaya. The book consists of the two logically composed parts: the first part introduces a new understanding of art as the part of contemporary mass media communication and practice which the author calls "cultural production (industry)." In this context, great importance is gained by presentation including construction of interpretations of artwork and implementation of these interpretations into life (staging and performance). The author analyzes such central concept as "presentation" and "artistic production". The author also touches upon the problems that require further research: features of successful and questionable modernizations and differences between various types of cultures (Romanticism, Modernism, Postmodernism, Post-culture, etc.) and the nature of generalizations. The second part of the book is devoted to the analysis and intepretation of classical operas based on the proposed terms and differences. Shapinskaya analyzes both foreign and Russian sources and shares her own impressions regarding the matter. The methodological basis for Shapinskaya's research includes problematisation, comparative analysis of cultures, critics, creation of new terms and interpretations and implementation of the interdisciplinary approach based on philosophy of art. Rozin has used very similar methodology but applied these research methods to Shapinskaya's research. The research has allowed to define new concepts and problems described by Ekaterina Shapinskaya in her book. The author of the present article has emphasized the following two groups of such concepts and problems. The first group refers to a new understanding (picture) of art and the second group deals with particular reconstructions and commentaries of classical operas. The other result of the research is the statement of problems that require further research. 
Culture and Art, 2015-4
Rozin V.M. - Socio-Cultural Analysis of the Campaigns of Alexander the Great and Thinking About the Essence of War

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2015.4.15118

Abstract: The paper consists of the two parts, general discussion of the nature of war and a case study, specifically, socio-cultural views on the campaigns of Alexander the Great. Based on the work of Kant who believed that it was possible to establish the eternal peace, the author analyzes the current understanding of the war and the difference in motivating the last two plans: pragmatic and transcendental. The former is given by all sorts of practical reasons (to seize someone else's territory, to take revenge on other people for their past wrongdoings, to extend the power and strengthen the economy in the conquered territories, to boost the coffers and slaves, etc.), and the latter is defined by ideas created by a community or state but not individuals. Capmaigns of Alexander the Great are considered from the point of view of the analysis of personality of the great general, his plans of campaigns including messages designed to motivate and inspire the army and the Greek city-states, the implementation of these plans, the basic conditions of implementation, the findings to better understand the nature of war. The study of these topics have been implemented principles of comparative analysis, cultural-historical reconstruction of the campaigns of Alexander the Great and methodological analysis including problematization. As a result, the author could view the problems arising in the process of thinking about war. The author also gives his answer to the question whether it is possible to live without war. The Western world could theoretically live without wars because pacifist and humanist movements contribute to the transformation of traditional wars into the war with a minimum of casualties among the enemy population. But the opposite trend caused by the expansion of barbarism on the contrary constantly renews the traditional war.
Trends and management, 2015-4
Rozin V.M. - The three stages of the formation a technology in modern culture

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0730.2015.4.17111

Abstract: The article introduces the distinction between the concepts of technics and technology. It is shown that technology goes through three main stages of development. The first stage is unanimously associated with the culture of Antiquity and the Middle Ages part, whentechnology could be described as a form of magic. The preconditions for the second stagerise from antiquity and the Middle Ages as new technics emerge primarily in XVI-XVIII centuries, dubbed engineering. The third stage, mainly situated in the XIX and XX centuries, involves the formation of technology. Originally formed as "technology in the narrow sense," mainly involving the technical work carried out withinin industrial production and bourgeois competition. Then "technology in the broadest sense" or "technology of major techno-social projects," emerged. The final stage is the formation of a "global technology". The author offers description and evaluation of e ach type of technoogy, as well as a comparative analysis of different kinds of work and practice, situational analysis and problematization, case studies. As a result, the author is able to show the difference and the interconnection between technics and technology, the main stages of their development, influenced by social and cultural factors and conditions. Thus, the author solves a number of long-standing problems of philosophy and history of technology.primarily in XVI-XVIII centuries
Culture and Art, 2015-3
Rozin V.M. - Peculiarities of the Humanitarian, Semiotic and Schemological Approaches as Directions of the Scientific Research of Art

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2015.3.13848

Abstract: In his article Rozin examines peculiarities of the humanitarian, semiotic and schemological approaches (the latter is based on the theory of schemes). The first approach views cognition more than just a subject-and-object relation. According to this approach, a researcher and a phenomenon under analysis are the two subjects whose interaction create art texts. The semiotic approach analyzes the meanings of signs and symbols and interprets semiotics and its relations with other disciplines and concepts. Based on the reconstrution of schemes in Plato's 'Symposium' and generalization of other cases, Rozin offers his definition of 'scheme'. The results of the analysis of semiotics show that semiotics can be used to understand particular aspects of art. Schemology is quite promising but still needs to be proved in actual practice. The following methods have been used to carry out the research and obtain the results: problematisation, case study and comparison analysis, construction of concepts, generalization and discursive reasonings. The results of the research described in this article have allowed to differentiate between these three approaches, describe them, give a definition of 'scheme' and demonstrate that the implementation of the humanitarian, semiotic and schemological approaches involve methodological understanding and analysis. These results are quite new and therefore create the novelty of the research. 
Urban Studies, 2015-3
Rozin V.M. - The defining aspects and development of architectural design - the fundamental technology of urban development and architecture pp. 65-108

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10.7256/2310-8673.2015.3.16489

Abstract: The article studies the development and defining characteristics of architectural design. The author bases his study on the proposition of the fundamental division of design into two main types – “traditional” design – architectural and engineering design, and “non-traditional” – urbanistic and custom design. The author examines the genesis of design, especially its influence on the formation of engineering design and offers a typology of design knowledge and schematics (sketches and principal schemes) set around the three main stages of design – conception,  envisioning, implementation. The author offers a thorough description of the two types of design – engineering and designer. To conclude the study, the author examines the crisis of project ideology, stating that design has its limitations and that design consciousness is influenced by a particular “design fetishism” regarding what can or cannot be designed, and the attempts to design social and cultural entities are often turned against culture. This article  uses the methods of cultural-historical reconstruction, comparative and typological analysis, semiotic and epistemological approaches.. The author offers two cases for empirical material. As a result, the author managed to outline the logic of the genesis of design, and to offer a thorough typology of design knowledge (functional, individual-based, creative, relay-based, prototypical, schematic), and to demonstrate the role in designing of schematics, to characterize engineering and designer models. Overall, this study has brought a better understanding and modern design, its genesis and functioning.
PHILHARMONICA. International Music Journal, 2015-3
Rozin V.M. - The persona of Georgy Sviridov in the mirrors of a polylogue pp. 1-29

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10.7256/2453-613X.2015.3.17343

Abstract: The article raises a question of whether we need to know the personality of the brilliant artist, in order to judge his works, as well as what to do when we find out from articles or the Internet the  aspects of this persona that contradict the crystalline image, which we have unwittingly created. The author gives the voice to the participants of a forum dedicated to Sviridov, as well as to Sviridov himself, and based on the constructed polylogue offers his commentary and thoughts, and proposes solution to the raised issues. He describes Sviridov as a genius composer and a regular human being, demonstrating that within the culture and art the question of their interconnection is resolved differently. As the result of the conducted analysis, the author successfully reconstructs the personality of Sviridov and the situation that has currently formed within the communication of popular art; to demonstrate that it is necessary to distinguish the different personalities of great artists, forms of understanding of their own relations between these personalities, and finally, our own approach and interest.
Culture and Art, 2015-2
Rozin V.M. - Reconstruction of figurative representations of past eras

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10.7256/2454-0625.2015.2.14112

Abstract: The article analyzes and compares two methods (Natural science and Humanities) reconstruction of spatial representations of past eras, including the idea of artistic perspectives (linear, inverse and mixed). Criticizes the presentation of the work of academician B.Raushenbaha natural science approach to the explanation of these concepts. If Rauschenbach wrote that "man does not see his eyes, and the brain", the author argues that we see not only the eyes and the brain as cultural schemes. In this connection we introduce the concept of "scheme" and in the framework of the doctrine of the schemes and culture is discussed, as in the story evolved linear perspective and based on it the other two. Considering all these stories, the author implemented a humanitarian approach carries problematization and cultural-historical reconstruction, using comparative analysis methods. In general, his discourse can be attributed to the methodology based on cultural studies and humanitarian approach. The study was able to show the problems associated with natural science approach, demonstrate the benefits of humanitarian way of explanation, introduce the concept of "scheme", explained in terms of the humanitarian reconstruction of the emergence of artistic perspectives.
Politics and Society, 2015-2
Rozin V.M. - Bruno Latour's Project for Revitalization of Sociology and Society Based on Politics (Methodological Analysis of His Book "Reassembling the Social - An Intruduction to Actor-Network Theory")

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10.7256/2454-0684.2015.2.14577

Abstract: In his article Rozin discusses Bruno Latour's book "Reassembling the Social - An Intruduction to Actor-Network Theory". Rozin analyzes Latour's approach (in this paper he acts as a sociology methodologist) as well as the basic principles and provisions Latour relies on (critics of the natural scientific and social engineering approaches, prohibition on the reduction of social phenomena to ultimate ontologies of society and nature, orientation at the development of empirical sociology ). Rozin analyzes the basic terms that Latour introduces, intermediaries and networks. According to Rozin, the genesis of these concepts is due to the fundamental principle of studied provisions. Based on the concepts of intermediary and network Latour introduces a number of other terms ("translation", "interaction", "actor", "action", "group") as well as develops a comprehensive ontology. This ontology is analyzed, too. Rozin discusses the strengths and weaknesses of Latour's theory and the conditions necessary for the reform of sociology as a science.In his research Rozin uses the methods of comparative analysis, methodological problematization and reconstruction. In addition to the methodological approach Rozin also implements the basic principles of humanitarian research.Reading and interpretation of Latour's ideas and concepts raise a lot of questions and Rozin tries to formulate and discuss some of them. From his point of view, the problem is not an indication of a weak thought but rather a strong point particularly in terms of further development. It is important not to miss valuable ideas and schemes outlined by Latour, for example, the scheme for relations between intermediaries and sociality, criticics of the fundamental principles of traditional sociology and development of original ideas of relativistic sociology.
Urban Studies, 2015-2
Rozin V.M. - From Social technologizing a new typology of architectural objects pp. 1-39

DOI:
10.7256/2310-8673.2015.2.16365

Abstract: This article examines the stages of creation of urban environment and architectural object typology in the USSR, as well as explores the necessity to establish a new typology in light of the new social and economic realities of the present time. The author introduces a preposition that the regularities in this area may be explained on the basis of the concept of "social technologization". The author proves that social technologization is the precondition not only for creating typologies of architectural objects, but also new social institutes that ensure the reproduction of new technologies. Defining traits of modern social and cultural environment are being discussed from the standpoint of forming new technologization, new technologies and new social institutes. The methodology of study for this issue includes: problematization, structural analysis, comparative analysis, construction of new concepts, discovery of regularities, cultural and historical reconstruction of the creation of urban environment and architectural object typologies in the USSR. As a result, the author managed to distill an important concept of social technologization, and to demonstrate that its formation leads to the necessity of building new typologies and situating new social institutes. Another important result of this study is the analysis of the USSR's urban environment establishment and development, as well as of modern social and cultural situation that requires new technologization, new technologies and social institutes.  In the article the stages of creation in the USSR of the urban environment and the typology of architectural objects, as well as the need to present in connection with the new socio-economic realities of building a new typology. We introduce the assumption that the laws in this area can be explained on the basis of the concept of "social technologization." It is proved that it is a social technologization leads not only to the creation of typologies of architectural objects, but new social institutions that ensure reproduction formed a new technology. The features of contemporary social and cultural situation, forcing to form new technologization, typology and social institutions. The methodology of the study of these problems include: problematization, situational analysis, comparative analysis, the construction of new concepts, the selection of laws, cultural-historical reconstruction of the stages of creation in the USSR of the urban environment and the typology of architectural objects. As a result, we managed to introduce the important concept of social technologizing, show that it leads to the formation of the necessary construction of new typologies and social institutions, identify patterns of formation and development in the USSR of the urban environment, to analyze the features of contemporary social and cultural situation.
Culture and Art, 2015-1
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0625.2015.1.13677

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Culture and Art, 2015-1
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0625.2015.1.13781

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Politics and Society, 2014-12
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0684.2014.12.13963

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Politics and Society, 2014-11
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0684.2014.11.13595

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Politics and Society, 2014-9
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0684.2014.9.13154

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Culture and Art, 2014-6
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0625.2014.6.13204

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Culture and Art, 2014-6
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0625.2014.6.13372

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Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2014-5
Rozin V.M. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2014.5.10666

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Culture and Art, 2014-5
Rozin V.M. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2014.5.12802

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Culture and Art, 2014-5
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0625.2014.5.13102

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Culture and Art, 2014-4
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0625.2014.4.12650

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Philosophy and Culture, 2014-3
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0757.2014.3.9638

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Culture and Art, 2014-3
Rozin V.M. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2014.3.12026

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Culture and Art, 2014-3
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0625.2014.3.12483

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Trends and management, 2014-2
Rozin V.M., . -

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10.7256/2454-0730.2014.2.11177

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Culture and Art, 2014-2
Rozin V.M. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2014.2.12035

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Trends and management, 2014-1
Rozin V.M. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0730.2014.1.11821

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Culture and Art, 2014-1
Rozin V.M. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2014.1.11908

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Philosophical Thought, 2013-9
Rozin V.M. - Problems of Typological Research and Development as a Direction of Social Project Planning pp. 333-404

DOI:
10.7256/2306-0174.2013.9.2305

Abstract: The article is devoted to discussion of the three main topics: history and peculiarities of social project planning, example of an interesting social project called Donor and methods of typological research and development. The author shows that modern researches and studies still haven't overcome the two main disadvantages of social projects, low practical importance (the majority of social projects are either utopic or replaced with social manifesto, concepts and programs) and distortion of or ignoring social parameters usually set for a project. However, a social project is becoming more likely to be a success if the following conditions are provided: administrative support of a social project; sufficient funds to implement the project; creation of a team responsible for implementation of a project (must include methodologists) and conduction of necessary researches for developing and implementation of a social project. The latter is illustrated by the social project called Donor. The second part of the article is devoted to analyzing the modern situation that creates a need in developing a new typology of architectural and construction projects. The author also discusses a definition of the term 'type' and how the term has been developing in this day and age and offers a strategy of creating a new typology. The author introduces a dilemma about whether we should further study creation of a typology of architectural projects or typology of human behavior in the city while the author himself strives for the latter. 
Philosophical Thought, 2013-8
Rozin V.M. - Future in the Age of Changing and Uncertain Reality pp. 248-294

DOI:
10.7256/2306-0174.2013.8.669

Abstract: The author of the article describes the crisis of the definition 'future' in the age of transition from one reality to another (still undiscovered and uncertain). The author analyzes how the definition of future has been evolving in the history of philosophy. In particular, the author shows that the clear image of the future started to develop in the Middle Ages but the final image was created only in the Modern Times due to the development of natural sciences. At the present time the image of the future is being deconstructed because the globalization and transitional processes make it almost impossible to image what the future will be like. Nevertheless, the author states that we can construct the universal future by building our personal future. Another variant is to completely restructure our image of time so that the past, present and future have a totally different meaning. In conclusion, the author shares two fantasies about possible future. The purpose of these fantasies is to show that the future will be any way uncertain and closely connected with the practical experience and creativity of human. 
Philosophy and Culture, 2013-8
Rozin V.M. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0757.2013.8.8567

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Philosophical Thought, 2013-7
Rozin V.M. - Reconstruction of L. Wittgenstein's "Logical and philosophical treatise" pp. 287-425

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10.7256/2306-0174.2013.7.571

Abstract: The author analyzes the logical and philosophical treatise of Ludwig Wittgenstein, basing his view not only on the study of the Treatise by Vladimir Babihin and other philosophers and logicians, but on his own reconstruction of the genesis of logic and science, as well. Rosin demonstrates that the first signs of division of the three philosophical disciplines - formal logic, substantive logic and methodology, became evident as early as Aristotle's works. The author scrutinizes G. Leibniz's logic reformation program, as well as logic substantification program in the spirit of D. Hilbert, which, according to the author, defined the modern state, and, partially, the crisis of symbolic logic. Drawing from the analysis, Rosin reconstructs the fundamental pattern of logical and philosophical treatise. The author demonstrates that Wittgenstein does not work with definitions - like Plato, he uses diagrams and outlines to construct his world view and ontology of symbolic logic and justifies the autonomy of its thesis. The author analyzes both, the background and structure of the Treatise, as well as the conditions of conceivability of its main ideas.
Philosophical Thought, 2013-6
Rozin V.M. - Metamorphoses and the Structure of the Concept of Space pp. 68-95

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10.7256/2306-0174.2013.6.411

Abstract: The author of the article analyzes the process of development of the concept of space. He traces back the background of this concept in Aristotle's teachings and shows that the concept of space in philosophy and natural science of the Early Modern Period included the three different meanings, i.e. realization of possibility of a non-contradictory concieving of movement, perception of movement in spatial schemes and mathematical (spatial) constructions and the ability to perceive space as one of the conditions for cognitive or practical actions. Success of natural science has resulted in trasfering the concepts of space and time into other disciplines such as biology, psychology, history and social sciences starting since XVIII - XIX centuries. In some cases such a transfer does not change the meaning of the concept (like in natural science) but in other cases the concept gets a completely different meaning and interpretation. In the latter case space is understood as a procedural, structural and even-driven phenomenon and interpreted as immanent to other phenomena studied by these disciplines and therefore acquiring features that are not typical for the concept of space in natural science. 
Politics and Society, 2013-6
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0684.2013.6.8043

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Politics and Society, 2013-6
Rozin V.M., . -

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10.7256/2454-0684.2013.6.8850

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Man and Culture, 2013-5
Rozin V.M. - Thoughts of Architecture (the Dialogue Initiated by Alexander Rappaport pp. 1-34

DOI:
10.7256/2306-1618.2013.5.9491

Abstract: The author of the article discusses the origin and essence of architecture as well as its theoretical interpretation. The author disputes with Alexander Rappaport's statement about architecture being created already in the ancient world. According to the author of the article, the process of architectural development has passed the three main stages. At the first stage ancient people created sacral monuments allowing them to 'talk' to the gods or live in the afterworld. The second stage (the Early Modern Period) was the formation of architecture as it is as a kind of art, direction of designing  (architectural design) and applied science. The third stage (modern times) has led to the crisis of the architectural thought partly caused by the uncertaint reality and future of the mankind. The author also describes the nature and the main purpose of architecture and supports Alexander Rappaport's concept according to which the new theory of architecture should be viewed as the anthropological and culturological discipline. 
Philosophical Thought, 2013-4
Rozin V.M. - On the understanding of the fundamentals of sociopolitical discourse pp. 30-52

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10.7256/2306-0174.2013.4.380

Abstract: This article deals with the ideas of Yulia Latynina. It analyzes the features of one type of sociopolitical discourse and offers a critique of Latynina's concept of "goszavisimost'". "Goszavisimost'" gives us pathological lenses which lead us to consider each individual as an addict of society, i.e. unhealthy, living the wrong life. Also considered are the conditions for the conceivability of sociopolitical discourse: the logic of reasoning, its foundations and methods of study, including two of Latynina's lines of reasoning. One is almost Marxist: there are common social and cultural patterns that people obey, whether they realize it or not. Another idea is subjectivist, by which we determine our perceptions and value of individual social actors. Historical examples are analysed (the actions of Mexican Prince Tlacaelel, our tsar Ivan the Terrible, and the power struggles in medieval Europe between the popes and the secular powers) to show how these lines of reasoning can be linked. It turns out that on the one hand, the relationship between the individual, the community and society is important, while on the other, particulars of the predominant type of sociality and general social conditions are important also.
Legal Studies, 2013-4
Rozin V.M. - The problem and three meanings of social justice. pp. 301-350

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10.7256/2305-9699.2013.4.661

Abstract: The article contains analysis of social justice. Firstly, the author studies the history of this term within the context of formation and development of European law. The author shows that at all of the stages of its development the law had double meaning: it was recognized as a form of social justice, and as abiding laws and guarantees of economic activities.  In the late XX century the third interpretation of law appeared. It provides that the law serves as means for constitution of social life, which causes various problems.  The second part of the article contains analysis of new social formation and two different concepts of social justice: Marxist and conformist.  Based upon the said analysis the author comes to a conclusion that there is no point in concentrating on the problems of social justice. It is more important to understand how sociality is formed, what are its typical development trends,and whether it is possible to forecast the consequences of formation and functioning of a new sociality.
Culture and Art, 2013-4
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0625.2013.4.9171

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Psychologist, 2013-3
Rozin V.M. - The Problem of Using Scientific Concepts in Humanitarian Approach to Psychotherapy pp. 214-248

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10.7256/2306-0425.2013.3.627

Abstract: The author of the article discusses the two points of view on using scientific theoretical concepts in humanitarian approach to psychotherapy. While some researchers say that a psychotherapist would not do without theoretical concepts, others do not agree with that. The latter is well demonstrated by A. Puzyrey's phenomenological approach. The author of the present article supports the first point of view and therefore he analyzes Pavel Volkov's experience who uses theoretical concepts (both psychological and philosophical) in his psychotherapy. It is shown that theoretical concepts set a conceptual framework of 'healing constructs'. Such constructs are not fully based on these theoretical concepts  but must comply with them. Volkov's work is compared to a famous publication by John Nardone. These two works have very similar methodological grounds. The final part of the present article presents the main provisions of the author's teaching about psychic realities. Rozin believes that this teaching can help humanitarian psychotherapists to expand the scope of their scientific concepts. 
Man and Culture, 2013-3
Rozin V.M. - Becoming and Theoretical Conceptualization of Classic Music in the Culture of the Early Modern Period pp. 114-184

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10.7256/2306-1618.2013.3.9458

Abstract: The article is devoted to the process of formation of classic music from the Middle Ages when it was seen as the 'sound cosmos' connecting human with God to the theory of music of our times. The appearance of so called Modern European Personality played an importat role in that process. The Modern European man seeked new ways to realize his desires and emotions. When studying the latter, the author analyzed the two interdependent spheres of human life, artificial (activity) and natural, in particular, emotional experience. The author offers his own theory of 'psychic realities' as well as the teaching about signs and schemes. At the end of the article the author concludes that classic music and certain qualities of Modern Human have being formed simultaneously. Noteworthy that formation of classic music was a necessary condition for formation of Modern European Personality and on the contrary, modern personal qualities created the grounds for formation of classic music. 
Psychologist, 2013-2
Rozin V.M. - The limits of life and sex of the modern outcast pp. 1-105

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10.7256/2306-0425.2013.2.400

Abstract: This article considers sexual relations which are characteristic of Russian and non-Russian outcast figures. It discusses the social conditions (new media, hedonistic setting, crisis of morality, etc.) which have allowed outcasts to trade their bodies and feelings while remaining entirely normal members of society. It suggests that for many of them, an ambivalent personality is normal. The article also provides reasons which justify this hypothesis. Even if the sex does not become pathological, 'outcast love' has different and often very negative consequences for ordinary intimate relationships. Since this 'love' helps to cultivate a secondary personality, one which lives for dreams and their implementation, and given that it provokes sex instead of love because such "love" impoverishes, it sometimes destroys the usual intimate relationships and life. In this regard, there is some discussion of the relevant views of Foucault in his later years and of ethical issues related to the topic.
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2013-2
Rozin V.M., . -

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10.7256/2454-0722.2013.2.8667

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Modern Education, 2013-1
Rozin V.M. - Creation of a New Educational Formation pp. 1-43

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10.7256/2306-4188.2013.1.6445

Abstract: The author of the article provides his commentary on the report 'The Future of Higher School in Russia: Experts' Opinion'. The authors of this report make an assumption that there is the second wave of Enlightenment coming soon. According to the authors, there will be a shift from 'pedagogy of knowledge' to 'pedagogy of research and planning' and pedagogy of activity. The author of the present article analyzes and disproves this thesis and presents a new one. For example, the author establishes that in case of Russian culture and society education should be based on general civilizational trends such as formation of a new leading type of sociality, different needs in education, competition with other institutions (mass media, Internet, corporate research and engineering study centers, businss in the sphere of education and culture, social networks and information communities and etc.) and formation of the 'heart' of new pedagogy (pedagogical relations of a new type). The author also outlines a new concept of child development and offers to distinguish three types of 'life cultures' - childhood, adolescence and youth - and several stages of adult life, too. According to the author, education is not all about knowledge and disciplines. Modern education is about activity and cogitation. The author provides an example of a new content of education based on his own experience in teaching philosophy. 
History magazine - researches, 2013-1
Rozin V.M. -

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10.7256/2454-0609.2013.1.8637

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Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2013-1
Rozin V.M. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2013.1.8641

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Politics and Society, 2013-1
Rozin V.M. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0684.2013.1.8645

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Politics and Society, 2013-1
Rozin V.M. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0684.2013.1.8647

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Politics and Society, 2012-10
Rozin V.M. -
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Pedagogy and education, 2012-3
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Genesis: Historical research, 2012-1
Rozin V.M. - History of the formation of monasticism as a social institution pp. 212-263
Abstract: On the basis of the Western cultural history the article examines the process of monasteries and monasticism turning into a social institution. The author analyzes the social and cultural preconditions, the actual process of monasticism becoming a social institution, the rise and fall of this institution. The article presents the main hypothesis of monasticism – a special kind of mundane esoterism and a hypothesis of monasticism development – from the secular esoterism to the secularization of monasticism. The article characterizes the specifics of monasticism as a social institution.
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