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The stream of books
Varava V.V. - Final judgement of philosophy pp. 171-187


Abstract: This article presents the reasoning on the state of the modern Russian philosophy based on the analysis of the third volume of the ontology “Who Makes Contemporary Philosophy in Russia” compiled by A. S. Nilogov. The author underlines the polyphony of the contemporary Russian thought that functions alongside philosophy: linguistics, literature studies, mathematics, music, political science, psychology, publicity, semiotics, sociology, futurology, etc. The prospects of the harmonious Russian thought in the context of modern culture are being determined. Methodology of this research is based on the analysis of opinions of the separate thinkers, as well as on determination of the general conceptual space of the modern Russian thought. The author makes the following conclusions: 1. The contemporary Russian thought does not represent a unified conceptual space; 2. A slight connection to the classical Russian philosophy is being detected; 3. Majority of the authors are concerned about the linguistic issues as the main problems of philosophy; 4. The author’s contribution consists in the fact that he was able to combine various conceptual lines of the modern intellectual space of Russia.
Spirova E.M. - Paradoxes of aesthetic experience (New books of the Publishing house «Kanon+») pp. 185-205


Abstract: The article analyzes three research works that permit to expand the idea of what «aesthetic experience» is. The books deals not so much with classical aesthetics, but more with the changes that allow correlation of this aesthetic category with modern creative practice. In particular, a significant influence of the phenomenon of performativity on present-day aesthetics is noted. The article shows that new aesthetic experience, on the one hand, renewed the interest to artistic traditions, and on the other, transformed the understanding of social reality and ways of embodying life processes in art.Methods of analyzing the materials of these research works are related to the «narrative turn» in the philosophy of history, to the «anthropological turn» in historical description. The material also uses methods of aesthetic analysis of new artistic phenomena.The novelty of the article is conditioned by the fact that it discusses the future of historiography and philosophy of art. A wide circle of forms of historical representation is shown General schemes and strategies which in totality could be put together and identified as «historical poetics» have been identified. As is pointed out, these schemes and strategies have always existed in historical novels, in fine arts, performances, historical museums, and in historiography itself.
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