Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy

The journal has been founded in 2019. At the present day the journal founder is Federal State-Funded Educational Institution of Higher Education Samara State Technical University. Registration Certificate "PI №  FS77-68052" dated 13.12.2016. The journal was assigned the international number of periodicals ISSN 2542-0151.

Articles submitted for publication in the journal are subject to mandatory independent review, the reviewers are members of the editorial board and leading Russian scientists working in the field of scientific topics of the journal.

The journal is published once a quarter (four times a year) in the following enlarged sections "Philosophy", which includes the following thematic headings:

  • 07.00.10 - History of Science and Technology
  • 09.00.01 - Ontology and Theory of Knowledge
  • 09.00.03- History of Philosophy
  • 09.00.04 - Aesthetics
  • 09.00.05 - Ethics
  • 09.00.07 - Logic
  • 09.00.08 - Philosophy of Science and Technology
  • 09.00.11 - Social Philosophy
  • 09.00.13 - Philosophical anthropology, Philosophy of culture
  • 09.00.14 - Philosophy of religion and religious studies Art and cultural studies
  • 17.00.09 - Theory and History of Art
  • 24.00.01 - Theory and history of Culture

All questions on manuscript submission are to be referred to Isaev R. O., the executive secretary of the journal , romanceisaev@gmail.com

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Current Issue

Vol 3, No 4 (2021)

Articles

«BANALITY AND TRANSPARENCY OF EVIL» OF VIRTUAL COMMUNICATIONS
Bakshutova Е.V.
Abstract
The author introduces the discussion of the problems of discussions on social networks (Russian-speaking sector of Facebook): speech violence and aggression - into a philosophical and ethical context. For this, such concepts are used as «the banality of evil» (nondiscrimination of other people behind its routine and feedback from them); «Transparency of evil» (transformation of the Other into a simulacrum, the absent Other); «Wolves» and «sheep» (actors of one and another kind of evil). We assert that common evil is characteristic of «sheep», and transparent evil for «wolves». «Wolves» create evil consciously and deliberately, instilling in «sheep» the idea that evil is not evil at all. Participants in online discussions, initiators and commentators, are also divided into these groups: some of them start discussions by launching aggressive messages, while others do not so much discuss the proposed topic as react aggressively to them. The danger of the generated evil is in pitting people against each other, in the initiation of mutual hatred and general alienation.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):6-17
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SOCIAL MODIFICATIONS OF TECHNOLOGICAL DETERMINISM
Loiko A.I.
Abstract
The article describes two social modifications of technological determinism associated with the first and second industrial revolutions and with the third and fourth industrial revolutions. The forms of reaction of public consciousness to the spread of the influence of technology in society have been studied and the difference in this response has been stated. The reasons for this different response are shown, due to structural changes in society, the structure of employment, and the special status of social networks. Attention is paid to the influence of the employment structure on the perception of the consequences of the formed technological trends. It was stated that the first modification of technological determinism had a stronger critical reaction to the mechanization and dehumanization of social practices. The critical reaction to the second digital social modification of technological determinism is just being formed. This is due to the fact that the liberal period in social networks did not focus the attention of participants in social communication on shortcomings. This was also facilitated by the peculiarities of the cognitive thinking of the actors of cross-cultural communication, due to the liberal atmosphere of the space of Internet platforms.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):18-25
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BATTLES TO WIN IN BATTLES: MILITARY-HISTORICAL SYMBOLIZATION OF STATE-NATIONAL IDENTITY IN THE FRAMEWORK OF MILITARY-HISTORICAL-THEORETICAL DISCOURSE
Stepanov I.V.
Abstract
The article is devoted to the critical analysis of the views of representatives of the military-historical and military-theoretical discourse on the issue of determining the outcome of battles and their consequences. Special attention is paid to clarifying the role of military victories for the formation of the symbolic field of state-national identity.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):26-32
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On the “national aspect” in music as a cognitive problem. Information for pondering
Gorbatov D.B.
Abstract
Both the validity of the “national music” concept and the extent of its correlation with the “national language” concept are discussed in the article from the viewpoint of today’s humanitarian studies. It is proved that “classical” and “folk” Russian music are actually incomparable to each other and that the former is fundamentally alien to the latter. It is also shown that the music of one and the same nation at different time periods of its history may represent essentially different phenomena of culture, just as the music of different nations at the same time period may, on the contrary, represent the same phenomenon. On the one hand, three aspects are mentioned that allow to state the fundamental resemblance of music and language: (1) structuredness, (2) voicing, and (3) temporality; on the other hand, the main differences in the specific features of these aspects in both music and language are described. The article aims to contribute to the gradual overcoming of ideological delusions of the obsolete Soviet aesthetics when considering the “national aspect” in the context of music culture.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):33-41
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SUBSTANTIVE AND RELATIONAL MODELS IN THE PARADIGM OF A POST SUBSTANTIALITY
Baryshkov V.P.
Abstract
The article distinguishes several interrelated aspects in the topic of substantialism / relationism. The first aspect is the interpretation of space and time in this dualism; the second aspect is the characteristic features and correlation of the substantial and relational pictures of the world and ways of thinking; the third aspect is the manifestation of these ways of thinking in various types of discourses. The author believes that the difference between substantialism (essentialism, substantialism) and relativism (functionalism, constructivism, contextuality) can be expressed by a scheme using the fundamental categories of ontology - "thing", "property", "relation". The characteristic features of the relational model of the worldview are revealed - meaninglessness and spontaneity, non-guaranteed, situational outcome in contrast to the necessity and regularity in essential monism. In the proposed interpretation, the concept of "substance" includes signs of formation - historicity, variability, dynamics.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):42-51
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CRITICISM OF UNIVERSALISM IN MODERN SCIENCE: PARALLELISM OF NATURAL SCIENTIFIC AND HUMANITARIAN PROJECTIONS
Mozheiko M.A.
Abstract
Among the methodological transformations of modern science, an important place is occupied by the rejection of rigid nomotics and an orientation towards idiographic ways of describing an object. The article reveals the prerequisites for the formation of this attitude and demonstrates that this process takes place both within the framework of natural sciences (in synergetics) and in the context of humanitarian studies (in postmodern philosophy).
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):52-62
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LANGUAGE REDUNDANCY FOR COMMUNICATION PURPOSES AS THE BASIS OF THE GLOTTOGENESIS HYPOTHESIS
Kostetckii V.V.
Abstract
The article analyzes the reason of philosophy understanding of the transcendental subject through language is replaced by the understanding of language through the transcendental subject. As a result, the language is taken out of the signal forms of communication and is interpreted not as a signal, but as a prescription, that is, the law and the letter. Accordingly, language approaches not with speech and poetry, but with jurisprudence. The time of the appearance of the language falls on the priestly culture of the era of the first civilizations. The redundancy of language for forms of living communication is compared with the redundancy of human sexuality for biological procreation. The materials drawn from primitive culture, in particular shamanism, allow us to raise the question of the role of trance rituals in the origin of language. Accordingly, the theories of the origin of language through the evolution of signal forms of communication, the improvement of labor, the development of interpersonal relations should be recognized as having no basis in the history of culture.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):63-74
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ETHNOSOFIA OF SUMERS
Tyugashev E.A.
Abstract
This paper reviews and further defines the assessment of Sumerian mindset conceived by a major Russian Sumerologist V.V. Emelyanov. Methodological guidelines are modeled upon Plato’s Ideal State interpreted through the lens of psychoanalytical social philosophy.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):75-82
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SELF-PERCEPTION AS A RESPONSE TO A PSYCHOPHYSICAL PROBLEM (BASED ON THE THEORY OF MIND BY DAVID CHALMERS)
Klimova E.A.
Abstract
Analyzing the theory of consciousness by David Chalmers, the author made an attempt to identify the fundamental elements of this theory, consider them and structure them. Special attention is paid to the meaningful disclosure of the term "qualia", the most characteristic of the concept of consciousness of Chalmers. Also, this article discusses the philosopher’s rationale for panqualism. Based on the selected aspects, the author tried to revise some of the premises of this theory, as well as to solve the problem of panqualism by replacing qualia as the basis of consciousness with self-perception.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):83-91
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DIGITAL HUMANITIES AS AN INNOVATIVE PROJECT OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENTIFIC CONVERGENCE
Guryanov N.Y., Guryanova A.V.
Abstract
The article is devoted to the essence and specifics of Digital Humanities. Computational turn in Humanities and phenomenon of pancomputationalism are analyzed. Examples of multidisciplinary convergence in the field of interaction between the Нumanities and computer sciences are considered. The ideas and conceptions of A. Turing, J. Serle and S. Raper are used for illustrative purpose.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):92-97
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THE PROBLEM OF RELATIONSHIP OF THEORY AND PRACTICE IN ONTOGNOSEOLOGICAL DETECTION OF ACTUALITY
Ognev A.N.
Abstract
The article discusses the issue of the relationship between theory and practice from the point of view of the one-to-one correspondence of being and thinking. The stages of formation of the concept of ontognoseological detection are revealed. The significance of the conceptual distinction between theory and practice is shown. A conclusion is made about the criterial nature of the thesis about the unity of theory and practice from the point of view of factorial ranking in ontognoseological detection of actuality.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):98-104
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ONTOGNOSEOLOGICAL GROUNDS OF ANTINOMY OF THEORY AND PRACTICE
Yurovitskii S.V.
Abstract
The article dwells upon the notions of theory and practice, their notional area and types of their correlation. The notion of antinomy is defined and the difference between aporia and antinomy is shown. The conclusion about the basic applicability of antinomy to rational cosmology and its inapplicability to rational psychology and rational theology is made. The opposition of theory and practice in gnoseology and in ontology is defined and their possible reversibility is indicated.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):105-112
pages 105-112 views
COMPLEXITY IN POST-STRUCTURALISM OPTICS: ON THE MONOGRAPH BY M. VERMANN "BRIDGING COMPLEXITY AND POST-STRUCTURALISM: INSIGHTS AND IMPLICATIONS»
Dumov A.V.
Abstract
The review of M. Woermann's monograph "Bridging Complexity and Post-Structuralism: Insights and Implications", which identifies the specific features of the proposed method of conceptualizing complexity and makes a conclusion about its actual meaning, is presented.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):113-117
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THE 90th ANNIVERSARY OF THE INSTUTUTE OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF BELARUS: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Disko-Schuman M.R.
Abstract
The article is dedicated to the international conference in honor of the 90th anniversary of the Institute of Philosophy of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. At the conference, the main stages of the development of the Institute of Philosophy were announced, the main areas of research work and the results obtained were named. The results of the First National сompetition for the best philosophical question were announced.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University. Series Philosophy. 2021;3(4):118-120
pages 118-120 views

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