St. John’s theorem

The article analyzes the spiritual-mystical components underlying speech, language and self-consciousness of a person. The research is carried out on the basis of an interdisciplinary scientific approach. The main attention is focused on the prologue of St. John, considered as a scientific theorem that paves the way for solving the problem of the existence of language and human self-consciousness.

Transcendental Subject, Spirit and Identity: from I. Kant to C. G. Jung

The aim of the work is to identify factors influencing the philosophical views of I. Kant on the formation of the psychoanalytic concept of C. G. Jung. The methods of explication, comparison and hermeneutic analysis are used. The central place is given to the study of the influence of I. Kant’s thoughts on the transcendental subject of thought and the human self, on the psychological and philosophical reflection of consciousness and unconscious of C. G. Jung. Moreover, the study focuses on the ideas of I. Kant, which C. G. Jung used in his psychoanalytic theory.

Social Ontology of Culture in the View of Anthropological Reflection

The article is devoted to the social ontological analysis of culture in its anthropological reflection. The problem field of the ontology of culture initially involves the process of anthropogenesis. We are talking about the consideration of the origin of human society and culture with the help of the comparative-historical method of genealogy, aimed at identifying the origins and beginnings of human existence. The specificity of the philosophical method of Friedrich Nietzsche’s genealogy is considered.

Genealogy of Psychoanalysis: Socio-Philosophical Aspect

The article considers psychoanalysis by philosophical method of genealogy. This method dealing with hermeneutics makes it possible to determine the relations of age and sex as sources of social existence. Revealing the links between psychoanalysis and
childhood, both human and humanity in general, the genealogical approach establishes the dependence of modern thinking on myth and symbol that defines the dialectical area of conscious and unconscious.

Critics of Language: Destruction of Symbolical Nature of Music

In article is submitted the critical sight to symbolical nature of the musical art, being by a condition of definition of music as disinterested, symbolical, pointless and also signless space.

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.

Philosophical Approach to the Study of a Museum Exhibit

The article are examined issues phenomenology of the museum. The phenomenology of the museum is methodological approach in the philosophical analysis. Main subject of research is a museum exhibit for the study of which socio-philosophical approach is involved. In the article it is noted that the thing-exhibit is a necessary component of the cultural space of the museum. The author notes, that the thing of the institution of culture acquires an ontological status and own history. A semiotically insignificant object in the daily life in the museum acquires a new sacred meaning.

Reflection of the Concepts “Spirit” and “I” in Nonclassical Philosopy

This article is devoted to the research of the problem of the interconnection of consciousness, self-consciousness and spirit in the works of representatives of nonclassical philosophy. The subject of the study is the reflection of the concepts “I” and “spirit” in the writings of representatives of nonclassical philosophy. First of all, the work analyzes different, sometimes diametrically opposed, views of representatives of nonclassical philosophy on the interconnection of the concepts “spirit” and “I”.

Elements and Objects Russian Mythology in the Maslenitsa

The article is devoted to the rituals and ceremonial acts of Maslenitsa, also the elements of Russian mythology are explored. The author refers to the methodology of the philosophy of Name, the symbolic concept of speech and language, as well as the concept of the ontological mutual convertibility of language and time phenomenon, which are described in the works by V. A. Friauf and V. V. Kanafeva. The publication analyzes the deities and mythological characters and the embodiment of the fertility power of Maslenitsa complex – Volos and Mokosh‘.


В  статье  предпринимается  критический  анализ  современной 
интерпретации  музыкального  искусства    как  части  языковой 
реальности. Ситуация адаптации музыкальной сферы к обла-
сти знаково-символического понимания неизбежно приводит к 
стремлению  объяснять  музыкальное  произведение  путем  вы-
явления конкретных смыслов, представляющих собой условие 
прочтения  музыки  посредством  «языковой  призмы»,  вовлека-
ющей  музыкальное  произведение  в  такую  «языковую  игру», 
при которой происходит ускользание музыкальной специфики.