Izvestiya of Saratov University.
ISSN 1819-7671 (Print)
ISSN 2542-1948 (Online)


Problem of the Language Nature Historical Interpretativeness: Narrative and Mythological Ways of Historisation

Article contains a problematic view at an opportunity to establish
historical field exceptionally in a context of language interpretativeness.
Because revealing of necessary aspects of the reality seen from
prospect of history becomes possible only under condition of realization
of essentially new description of a way of reflection about the world.
That, as a matter of fact, means detection of the certain historical period
limited to language toolkit.

Philosophical expertise of ????????? in the post-truth era

The article discusses the transformation of the world system of the post-truth era, which is affecting the central meanings of culture. The necessity of a philosophical analysis of semantic interventions which are becoming the part of the strategy of conscious construction of reality is substantiated.

The Problem of Historical Consciousness in The Jorn Rusen’s Philosophy and Theory of History

The article is devoted to a comprehensive analysis of J. Rusen’s theory of historical consciousness. It is one of the most widespread theories in modern foreign philosophy and theory of history. It emphasizes that J. Rusen’s studies of the essence, structure, transformation processes and social functions of historical consciousness should be considered in the context of the idea of rehabilitation of the modern in present foreign philosophy and the searches of the synthesis of the achievements of narrative and hermeneutic philosophy of history.

Storytelling and decentralization of identity in the digital environment

This article is devoted to the consideration of such a sphere of modern reality as the representation of a person in the digital environment through the statement. The study analyzes the process, mechanisms and ways of representation through storytelling. The historical aspect appears as an integral part of the exposure of the individual's attitude to the inner and surrounding reality, which is transmitted not only in the form of a refl exive monologue, but also in the form of an installation, an opinion, and a look.

Neurohistoricism as an imitative reality: Special features of the formation of visual images of Russian cities using neural networks

Introduction. In the media reality, there is no reflection of the subject about the causes of the emergence of media objects. The media offer a fait accompli. In response, a person uses a unique property of his consciousness - the ability to build a consistent picture of the world from disparate elements, overcoming the discreteness of technologies. Theoretical analysis. Neural networks are trying to turn a person into a passive consumer of an already assembled picture of the world.