“Imaginative philosophy” of Y. Golosovker and “Imaginative metaphysics” of G. Bachelard: two models philosophy of imagination

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The article deals with the philosophical concept of imagination and reality voob-Rage (imaginative reality) Russian thinker Golosovker and French philosopher Bachelard. Showing connection and commonality of approaches to solving the problems of being and knowledge, and human culture in the framework of developing their imaginative philosophy; also based on an analysis of their ideas it is determined by the location, function and role of the imagination in cognition.

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O G Arapov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

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