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Hypotheses:

THEORY OF CULTURE

A.Ya. Flier. A systematic model of the social functions of culture

 

Discussions:

IN SEARCH OF THE MEANING OF HISTORY AND CULTURE (A.Ya. Flier's column)

A.V. Kostina, A.Ya. Flier. Ternary functional model of culture (continued)

V.M. Rozin. Features and constitution of musical reality

N.A. Khrenov. Russian culture at the turn of the XIX-XX centuries: the Gnostic "Renaissance" in the context of symbolism (continued)

 

Analytics:

CULTURAL REFLECTIONS

I.V. Kondakov. The cat as a cultural hero: from Puss in Boots to Schrodinger's Cat

N.A. Khrenov. A Century later: the tragic experience of Soviet Culture (continued)

I.E. Isakas. Hypothesis. The Christmas tree is a symbol of the second coming of Christ

THE DUEL

A.Ya. Flier. Is culture inevitable? (on the limits of the social usefulness of culture) (Philosophical dystopia)

A.A. Pelipenko. Culture as an inevitability (on the subjective status of culture)


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Pelipenko Andrey Anatolyevich
(1960-2016),
Doctor of Philosophy, Professor

Culture as an inevitability (on the subjective status of culture)

Abstract. From the standpoint of the semantic approach, the author believes that culture has a subjective status. Culture should be understood not locally, but as a kind of universal principle of supra-natural existence, as a substance, the modes of which are all local cultures. Further, the most important function of culture is a meditative one aimed at overcoming the duality of human existence.

Keywords: culture, semantic approach, subject, media, duality, existence.

The article was published in the journal "Personality. Culture. Society". 2009. Issue 1

 

[1] One of the few who seriously took care of this problem was M. Foucault, mentioned by A.J. Flier.
[2] For example, the English legislation of the early 19th century included 222 crimes punishable by death, among which were such as stealing a handkerchief, killing a rabbit, complicity in a criminal offense punishable by death, pickpocketing (more than one shilling) sacrilege, shooting at a customs official and many others See: Montagu Basil. Opinions of different authors upon the punishment of death. London, 1809. The French legislation of those times was drafted in a similar spirit.

 

 

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