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The Round Table
Yarkova E.N., Chernikova I.V., Diev V.S., Zaks L.A., Kudashov V.I., Dyagileva T.V., Mikhailov I.S. - Philosophical Traditions of Russian Regions: Past, Present, Future (MATERIALS OF THE ROUND TABLE) pp. 1-20

DOI:
10.25136/2409-8728.2022.7.38233

EDN: MTDHTU

Abstract: The article is a summary of the contents of the round table held in April this year. Topic of discussion: philosophical traditions of Russian regions. Different points of view are presented regarding the understanding of the phenomenon of the philosophical traditions of the regions of Russia, its essence and various aspects of existence. An attempt is made to reconstruct the history of the formation of philosophical traditions in such regions of Russia as Tomsk, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Yekaterinburg, Tyumen. The problem of correlation between the philosophical traditions of the regions of Russia and such phenomena in science as "scientific provincialism", "native science" is discussed. The speakers distance themselves from unambiguously apologetic or critical approaches to the study of the philosophical traditions of the regions of Russia, cultivating an analytical approach. The factors that influenced the formation of philosophical traditions in these regions are revealed: the presence in the region of ascetic philosophers with a charismatic gift to inspire young people with a love of philosophy, interest in a particular direction of philosophizing (logic and methodology of science, aesthetics, ethics); the presence of natural science or socio-humanitarian schools, within which the desire for philosophical understanding of concrete scientific problems; formation of a certain regional and all-Russian sociocultural situation, which becomes a trigger for the development of philosophical traditions of Russian regions; cultivation of diversity of intellectual life, rejection of intellectual authoritarianism and transition to intellectual pluralism; development of the system of higher university education - the emergence of a philosophical faculty, the formation of a philosophical community, the formation of a philosophical cultural environment. The novelty of the project proposed to the reader lies in the fact that almost for the first time an attempt has been made to represent several regional philosophical traditions at once, which makes it possible to identify their common and special essential characteristics. In conclusion, it is stated that understanding the ways of development of philosophical knowledge in Russia is a difficult but important task.
Orbodoeva M.V. - Junior Scientific Associate, Institute for Humanitarian Research and North Indigenous Peoples Problems of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences pp. 11-17

DOI:
10.25136/2409-8728.2019.11.31694

Abstract: The Institute for Mongolian, Buddhist and Tibetan Studies of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences hosted the round table dedicated to the 600th anniversary of Je Tsongkhapa’s parinirvana on November 26, 2019. The round table took place within the framework of the project of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research “The Philosophical Interpretation and Translation of Buddhism (on the materials of Tibetan and Chinese Mahayana)”. The project curator was the Doctor of Philosophy I. S. Urbanayeva. The event was organized by the department of Philosophy, Culturology and Religious Studies of the Institute for Mongolian, Buddhist and Tibetan Studies of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The article provides reviews of the reports presented in the course of the round table. The topics of the reports aroused great interest among the participants and guests of the event. The round table was divided into two sections: “Buddhism in the context of interaction and mutual influence of the cultural and religious traditions in the areas of its dissemination” and “Biography, philosophy and work of Je Tsongkhapa”. The discussion platform on the topic “Buddhism: traditions and innovations” was also launched in terms of the round table event.
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