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THEORY OF CULTURE

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

 

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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)

 

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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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Krasnopolskaya Anna Petrovna,
Candidate of Philosophy, Associate Professor
Moscow State Institute for Culture
e-mail: krasnopolska@mail.ru

The Formation of Multiple Identities and Principles of Communication Rationality

Abstract. The article discusses views of European philosophers of the second half of the 20th century on multiple identities in the context of communicative rationality. The author analyses viewpoints of J. Habermas, S. Toulmin, J. Deerida, А. Honneth.

Keywords. Identity, communication, rationality, interaction, conflict.
 

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[8] Habermas J. Moral Consciousness and Communicative Action. P. 70.
[9] Porus V.N. The Price of “Flexible” Rationality. On S. Toulmin’s Philosophy of Science // Questions of Philosophy, 1999. № 2. P. 84-94.
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[12] Mikhailov I.A. “A Fight for Recognition”. The Idea of Recognition in Critical Social Theory of A. Honnet // Western Philosophy of the late 1990s - early 2000s. Ideas. Problems. Trends. М.: If RAN, 2012. 

 

 

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