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


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.

Comprehension of the historical process in the theological heritage of Origen of Alexandria

Introduction. Origen of Alexandria is a large Christian thinker who worked in line with the philosophy of Platonism, Neoplatonism and the emerging Christian tradition. He is a significant figure, both in Christian theology and in the history of philosophy, who especially strongly influenced the medieval period of the development of philosophical thought. Although the theologian did not leave an integral historical concept, he constantly addressed the problem of history in his numerous works.