Nietzsche and the Ontological History of Nihilism

The article deals with the investigation of the question of Nietzsche’s understanding of historicity of the stages of nihilist formation. The author examines the tendency of the positioning of formation of the essence which is distinctive for Nietzsche’s and Heidegger’s ontological historicism. Special attention is devoted to comparison of the hermeneutics of nihilist formation in the ontological discourse of Heidegger and Derrida.

The Philosopher’s Conceptual World

The article is devoted to a philosophical heritage of a well-known native Russian philosopher V.P. Kokhanovsky. This work represents the analysis of ideas and principles of dialectics in epistemological models of the world, that were conceptually shaped by the Rostov scientist. Also this thesis identifies the contribution of the thinker to development of historical-philosophical knowledge. The author of the article mentions the role of professor V.P. Kokhanovsky in development of philosophical education in the higher school. 

The Notion «Historicism» in the Husserl’s Phenomenology

Historicism as notion has two variants formulated by E. Husserl and K. Popper. Husserl opposed this notion to the eternal ideal of scientific philosophy, Popper opposed it to the «our» epoch knowledge. The overcoming of historicism Husserl sees in the «spiritual motivations» comprehension of mankind development in the «monadic unity of consciousness».