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History of Philosophy Yearbook’2011

CONTENTS

 

ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY

Leonid Zhmud. Doxography in its Relationship to the Other Genres of the Ancient Historiography of Philosophy.

Maria Solopova. Aristotle on the Nature of Dreams: Physics versus Divination (A Study of Aristotle’s «On Divination through Sleep»).

Oleg Zelenskiy. Acatalepsia and the Arguments about Indiscernibility of Impressions in Academic Scepticism.

Irina Prolygina. On Galen’s «The Best Doctor is also a Philosopher».

Galen of Pergamon. The Best Doctor is also a Philosopher (translated from Greek by Irina Prolygina).

Alexander Stolyarov. Scholarly Philosophy of Late Antiquity and the Christian Teaching: Some Reflections Concerning the Interference of Ideas.

 

HISTORY OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY

Artem Krotov. Cartesianism and the Problem of the Existence of External World.

Alyona Kharitonova. The Formation of Anthropology in the 18th Century: Life between Soul and Body.

Erikh Solovyov. «Let me not lose my mind, oh God...»: The Maxim of Self-Preservation in Kant’s Anthropology.

Norbert Hinske. Ontology or Analytic of Understanding? Kant’s Long Farewell to Ontology (translated from German by Ludmila Kryshtop and Alyona Kharitonova).

Marina Bykova. On the Philosophical Project of German Idealism.

 

20ΤΗ-CENTURY WESTERN PHILOSOPHY

Gregory Shevakin. The Italian Philosophical Journals of the First Half of the 20th Century 268.

Ugo Spirito. The Italian Culture of Our Century (translated from Italian by Gregory Shevakin).

Igor Mikhaylov. Psychologism, Relativism and Anthropology in Phenomenological Philosophy (1900–1920).

 

HISTORY OF ORIENTAL PHILOSOPHY

Nikolai Seleznyov. Ibn Hazm on the Incarnation of God and Confessional Divisions in Christianity.

 

HISTORY OF RUSSIAN PHILOSOPHY

Vladimir Sidorin. About an Attempt of the Reassessment of Vladimir Solov’ev’s Philosophy of History.

Manon de Courten. History, Sophia and the Russian Nation. A Reassessment of Vladimir Solov’ev’s Views on History and his Social Commitment.

Chapter 2.a. Hegel (translated from English by Vladimir Sidorin).

Mikhail Maslin. Eurasianism as a Post-Revolutionary Intellectual Trend.

Anatoly Chernyaev. Georges Florovsky and Eurasianism.

Andrey Avdeenkov. Philosophy of Yakov Druskin: A Phenomenological Aspect.

Pyotr Ryabov. Romantic Anarchism of Alexei Borovoi (on the History of Russian Philosophy of Life).

 

REVIEWS

Boris Gubman. P. Teilhard de Chardin’s Theoretical Heritage: Global World and the Horizons of Noosphere Thinking.

 

Summary

Contributors