КОНЦЕПЦИИ СУБЪЕКТИВНОСТИ У КАЗАНСКИХ ФИЛОСОФОВ КОНЦА XIX – НАЧАЛА XX в.
THE CONCEPTS OF SUBJECTIVITY DEVELOPED BY KAZAN PHILOSOPHERS IN THE LATE 19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURIES
Subject(s): Philosophy, History of Philosophy, Philosophical Traditions, Metaphysics, 19th Century Philosophy, Existentialism
Published by: Казанский (Приволжский) федеральный университет
Keywords: Kazan philosophy; subjectivity; transcendental existentialism; E. Bobrov; V. Nesmelov; K. Sotonin;
Summary/Abstract: The article investigates the concepts of "metaphysical individualism" (E. Bobrov), “alive subjectivity” (V. Nesmelov), and “being beyond experience” (K. Sotonin), which represent an attempt to integrate the traditions of transcendental and existential philosophy. The analysis of E. Bobrov, V. Nesmelov and K. Sotonin’s “non-classical” views allows us to embed these philosophers in the Russian tradition, which was historically represented in Kazan by N. Lobachevsky, N. Vasiliev, and V. Khlebnikov.
- Issue Year: 156/2014
- Issue No: 1
- Page Range: 134-146
- Page Count: 13
- Language: Russian