Myths Inside of a Religious Discourse in Russia: Technology of a Deconstruction

Myths in the religious environment are the effective tool of decentralization of management, and also manipulation with consciousness of frank believers. The religious environment and the developed institute of imperous attitudes suffers from it. Development of information technologies is accompanied by perfection of mythological designs which even more often get into a basis of social programs of religious association and, that the most terrible, «wash away» a basis of the doctrine.

The Problem of the End of Philosophy: Hanto-Logical Aspects

The article analyzes perspectives of developing of contemporary philosophy, and also widely discussed in recent decades problem of «the end of philosophy». So far as this problem is associated nowadays first of all with the post-modern philosophy, positions of postmodernists philosophers are examined in the article. The author concludes that contemporary philosophy can be considered as lying beyond the opposition «sunset/development», thereby it is better to talk about «the end of the end of philosophy».

Language: from the Source Contemporarу Times

A language problem in a modern science mentioned by different scholars is rather sharp and debatable. To understand the language essence it makes sense to consider different approaches which may symbolically be divided into two types. It is investigation of the language problem in its retrospective (since an epoch of antiquity up to postmodernism) by means of comparison of different approaches that allows us to come to certain conclusions in this field and lift deep layers of the language at different levels including sacral.

Being-meaning in the Deconstructive Ontology of Jacques Derrida

The article deals with the problem of the ontological content of the deconstructive hermeneutics proposed by Jacques Derrida. It is demonstrated that being, recognized as the event in the late Heideggerian ontology, in the ontological perspective of deconstruction yields its place to the post-eventual being-meaning, combining the singularity with its own absence, where being could not be conceived outside the context of the possibilities of its interpretation. The task of deconstructive ontology is not at all to invent concepts, as G.