Antologiia Fenomenologicheskoi Filosofii v Rossii
[ Anthology of Phenomenological Philosophy in Russia : Volume two]
Ed. by I.M. Chubarov
Moscow: Logos, Progress-Traditsiia, 2000
Serie: Fenomenologiia. Germenevtika. Filosofiia Iazyka 2 of 3
Hardcover. 14 x 21 cm
The second volume of the series “Phenomenology. Hermeneutics. Philosophy of Language” continues to introduce the Russian contribution to phenomenology philosophy, linguistics, and sociology. Most of publications included either have not been published or are now practically unavailable to the professional community. Each chapter includes small works or excerpts by Russian phenomenologists of several generations: A. Akhmanov, S. Frank, G. Gurvich, B. Iakovenko, Ivan Il`in, V. Iurinets, A. Khomiakov, S. Kravkov, G. Lants, , A. Losev, N. Losskii, A. Ognev, P. Popov, G. Shpet, G. Vinokur, N. Volkov, B. Vysheslavtsev, A. Zak, N. Zhinkin, etc. The materials are grouped into several chapters: Pre-phenomenological tradition in the Russian philosophy of the 19th century; Critical research into phenomenological problems; Negative criticism of phenomenology in Russian religious philosophy; Metamorphosis of Husserl’s phenomenology in its interaction with Russian philosophy; Phenomenology and Marxism; Bibliographies, reviews, etc.