No 2 (2008)

Articles
Violance and Non-violance in Policy
Nizhnikov S.A.

Abstract

In the theses logically distinguished three variants of a correlation between violence and non-violence in policy: specially Machiavelli (only the virtue political aim justifies any means), Machiavellism (the aim justifies any means) and humanistic (the virtue aim can be achieved only by virtue methods). The basic difference of the specified variants of understanding of a correlation between morals and policy is established. It is marked, that Machiavellism cannot be named a policy at all, as such activity is extremely criminal offence. Limited humanism of Machiavelli can be relatively justified only at a stage of formation the national states, but it is inadmissible in the world becoming global. The decision of modern global both international, and internal problems can be reached only on the basis of a humanistic policy which principles are opened in «axial time» by world religions and philosophy, are advanced by I. Kant, F. Dostoevsky, L. Tolstoy, Mahatma Gandy, M.L. King, etc.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2008;(2):5-12
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Socio-cultural Project of the Bengal Renaissance
Skorokhodova T.G.

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Based on the studies of the Bengal Renaissance's thought sources (XIX - early XX centuries) the article represents the reconstruction of humanist socio-cultural modernization and development project for India. It was oriented for intellectual, mental, social, political and cultural renaissance of the country.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2008;(2):13-23
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Hayden White's Epistemology of History:Tropological Approach
Agafonov V.V.

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In this issue, the author made an attempt to analyze epistemological foundations of philosophy of historical narration . The author pays special attention to the tropological approach to the historical narration. Particular emphasis puts on White's rhetoric of history. The author was guided by critical analyze of White`s conception which were presented in domestic and foreign science literature.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2008;(2):24-31
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Buddhist Philosophy and Neo-hegelianismin Comparative Analytics of Surendranath Dasgupta
Burmistrov S.L.

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The main topic of the paper is the views of modern Indian historian of philosophy, Surendranath Dasgupta, on the typological relations between philosophy of ancient India and modern Western idealism, namely Buddhism and neo-Hegelianism of B. Croce. The point of the paper is Dasgupta's interpretation of Buddhism as a reaction on the Vedic and Upanishadic ritualism, and the philosophy of Croce as a reaction on the idealism of Hegel, on the one hand, and on the growth of influence of positivism in the European philosophical culture, on the other. The interpretation of the essence of philosophy as a form of rational activity, being realized in all cultures and in every epoch in the same way and according to the same principles, which makes possible comparative investigation of philosophical views, formulated in different cultures, is specific for Dasgupta and is one of the most important topics of the article. Dasgupta interprets philosophy as an idea, which is realized more or less fully by different philosophers and in different cultures and the example of which are points of similitude between Buddhism and the philosophy of Croce.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2008;(2):32-42
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Тhе Categories «East» and «West» in Russian Philosophyof XIX-XX Centuries
Zhdanova G.V.

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This article has been published to analyze main interpretations of the categories «East» and «West» in Russian philosophy of culture of XIX-XX century. It has been demonstrated many different points of view on these categories. The author considers changes of definition of these categories: from V.F. Odoevsky to philosophers of the Eurasian movement.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2008;(2):43-53
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The Philosophical and Historical Atecedentsof Ancient Greek Skepticism
Gusev D.A.

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The founder of ancient sceptical trend is considered greek philosopher Pyrrho from Elith (about III c. B.C.), but sceptical elements had also circulation in Greek philosophy before Pyrrho. These elements are analysed by the author of the article.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2008;(2):54-62
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Antinomy of Myth and Logos in Genesis of PhilosophicalKnowledge
Semushkin A.V.

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The subject of author's consideration is the mechanism of consciousness transformation from the mythical-poetic images to conceptual philosophical speculation. Researcher emphasis on understanding and evaluative qualification of the traditional historical-philosophical formula «from Myth to Logos».
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2008;(2):63-72
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«Blank spots» on the map of social philosophy (on the characteristics of J.-M. Guyau's moral philosophy)
Zheludeva E.V.

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RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2008;(2):73-77
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Cumulative-dissipative expansion of synergetic
Ivanov O.P., Vinnik M.A.

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RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2008;(2):78-84
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Philosophical-theological basisof neo-patristic synthesis of G. Florovsky
Senchukova M.S.

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RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2008;(2):85-91
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Aristotle's syllogistic in middle-age Arabic-Moslem philosophy: Islamic version of logical thought in doctrine of Ibn Taymiya
Ziyadeh Latfallah -.

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RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2008;(2):92-97
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On Our Authors
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RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2008;(2):98-98
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