Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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IDEOLOGY OF THE RUSSIAN STATEHOOD AND DOMESTIC PHILOSOPHICAL TRADITION

abstract 1261702046 issue 126 pp. 649 – 662 28.02.2017 ru 895
The ideology of the Russian statehood has essential value both in connection with globalization tendencies, and in connection with problems of development of the Russian civil identity. In the article we give an assessment of shortcomings of ideological process of the USSR in connection with the nihilistic attitude towards domestic spiritual tradition. The main lines of traditional Russian philosophy essential from the point of view of history of ideological consciousness in Russia are considered
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IMPACT OF MIGRATION ON THE CHANGE OF MENTALITY (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE NORTHERN CAUCASUS)

abstract 0841210018 issue 84 pp. 225 – 236 28.12.2012 ru 1609
Based on the analysis of the national literature about the migration of the peoples of the North Caucasus, the author concludes that the migration of highland people is changing in many ways the ethno-demographic situation; changing ethnic and cultural image of immi-grants, which, in turn, influenced the evolution of men-talities of highlanders. The dialogue with the new neighbors had mutually enriching character in general. The purpose of this article is to identify the impact of the migration on changing of the mentality of the peo-ples of the North Caucasus
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IN SEARCH OF SENSES (SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS IN WORKS OF G. A. KOTELNIKOV)

abstract 1121508039 issue 112 pp. 527 – 553 30.10.2015 ru 1066
In the recent past, class-consciousness was considered one of the expression forms of social consciousness and acted as its main form due to close interaction with interests of people. The class-consciousness and the consciousness of classes were two separate matters of consideration. It was supposed that the essence of class-consciousness and of the class-psychology concomitant with it could only be comprehended in consideration of structure of the social consciousness as a whole. The correlation and interconnection of social psychology and structural units of social consciousness and ideology was a topical issue. However, it should be noted that any consideration of the social consciousness and psychology is just a naked abstraction when it is made in any of their interpretations with no account taken of the material bearer, i.e. the human who is a living organism, and of population, genetic and environmental circumstances. Therefore, talking about the class-consciousness and revolutionary nature of consciousness of the working class, we meet the following expected question: how can we talk about any progress if everything comes to destruction and further formation of an allegedly classless society with bloodshed and death of a significant part of population? At the same time, we can observe reemergence of the thesis of human heterogeneity that the humankind is not a single species but a biological genus. The species this genus consists of have their own genus-consciousness, which is also aggravated by race features and race consciousness. That is why there is actually no sense in talking about peculiarity of the class-consciousness and social consciousness regardless of certain society encased in some geographical shell. Research in this field is worth being developed after moving to the level of biosphere
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INNER WORLD OF LIVE BEINGS AS OBJECT OF KNOWLEDGE OF GERMAN CLASSICAL PHILOSOPHY

abstract 0791205031 issue 79 pp. 449 – 459 31.05.2012 ru 1667
In this article, the review of the results of retrospective research of ideas of the subjective world of live beings in German classical philosophy is given
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INNER WORLD OF LIVE BEINGS AS OBJECT OF KNOWLEDGE OF MODERN PHILOSOPHY: ENGLISH EMPIRICISM

abstract 0801206034 issue 80 pp. 410 – 419 30.06.2012 ru 1579
In the article, the review of the results of retrospective research of philosophical thought of representatives of English empiricism about the subjective world of live beings is given
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IS FREEDOM BETTER THAN NONFREEDOM?

abstract 1261702049 issue 126 pp. 691 – 697 28.02.2017 ru 812
The problem of human freedom as an existential phenomenon. It analyzes the current reality, where the average person with a conformist attitude was unable to speculate about genuine freedom. It reveals the practical sense of philosophizing, as a necessary process of formation of the inner freedom of the individual
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ISOMORPHISM OF SYSTEM STAGES OF EVOLUTION

abstract 1261702048 issue 126 pp. 674 – 690 28.02.2017 ru 730
The article discusses and explains the similarity of organizational, structural and functional «solutions» at different system stages of the evolutionary development presented in nature and society. It is shown that at any level of biological organisation transition to a new stages of evolutionary development is implemented not only via «classical» individual changes (adaptations) of the particular organisms, but also by means of: 1) integration of organisms into the new systems of «superorganisms», 2) the differentiation of their functions or the division of labor, and 3) the development of internal and external communication, integrated into the overall communication system, ranging from single cells to ecological and social communication. The article argues that the distinctive characteristic of the present stage of evolution is cumulative cultural evolution of complex social systems that support (scaffold) the development of their individuals, through learning processes. It is shown that such social systems still have structural and functional isomorphism with biological systems; however, their reproduction and transmission implemented predominantly through more developed in the human community non-genetic inheritance systems, the advanced division of labour and distributed cognition.
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LINGUISTIC DETERMINISM, CUMULATIVE EVOLUTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE

abstract 1051501006 issue 105 pp. 105 – 127 30.01.2015 ru 939
The main purpose of this study is to examine how language and its historically inherited content and structure allows accumulating knowledge and determines the development of the individuals, culture and science. The article shows the theoretical drawbacks of modern "pragmatic turn" in which language is depicted only as a derivate of natural, cultural and cognitive systems. Instead, it is stated that language, in addition to all of the above, have to be considered also as a relatively independent basis and one of the causes that determine individual and social development. For that reason, the study examines the system nature of language, thought and culture, their environmental and social "embeddiness", a close relationship with other sign systems and with various forms of social activities. From that point, theoretical reduction of multiple relations and varying causes in complex ecological and social systems only to bilateral relations of language-thought, language-culture are revised. Particular attention is paid to the role of language in the accumulation and systematization of scientific knowledge and the transmission of cultural traditions. In that context, language is seen as part of the non-genetic inheritance systems, "social a priori" that determines the content and creates conditions for cumulative social evolution. Therefore, it is maintained that the comprehensive studies of language and its significance for culture and science have to embrace within a systems approach both the linguistic and pragmatic "turns"
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MAN AND HIS WORLD-ATTITUDE. REPORT 1. WORLD-ATTITUDE AND WORLD-VIEW

abstract 0731109029 issue 73 pp. 314 – 324 30.11.2011 ru 2058
The article discovers specific features typical to a man of world-attitude and world-view. Making comparative analysis of these phenomena of human consciousness, the author reveals the notion-forming features of each of them. World-attitude has such features as subjectiveness and discontinuity, world-view’s attributes are subjectification and continuity. At the same time both phenomena are characterized by process, intentionality and contextuality, which show up in essentially different ways
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MAN AND HIS WORLD-ATTITUDE. REPORT 2. WORLD-ATTITUDE AND SELF-DETERMINATION

abstract 0731109040 issue 73 pp. 432 – 440 30.11.2011 ru 1582
The article is devoted to research of the interrelation of human world-attitude and self-determination. The author shows the differences in the nature of links of world-definition and world-creativity of environment as two procedural components of world-attitude and self-determination of a human being
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