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ANNOTATION The collective monograph, edited by professor V.I.Plotnikov, for the first time in the contemporary Russian literature investigates a problem of genre variety of the modern philosophical discourse in its unity and meaningfulness.

An emergence of the postmodern philosophy at the end of the twentieth century necessitates a positive dialogue between the ancient philosophical tradition and new discoursive practices. While the former had accumulated a significant experience of genre creative work, the latter are lacking a recognizable form. In such circumstances both an unproductive protection of the philosophical classics and a reckless submersion into postmodern stream are equally objectionable. Nowadays, in posing and resolving the whole complex of these urgent problems the main objective is to detect where exactly a thread of philosophical tradition is torn. By this thread the contributors to this volume understand the connection between the creative traditions of philosophy and its capacity of renovating itself through non-traditional forms. Philosophical genre can be understood as such a thread capable of giving new vital intentions to spiritual quests of people.

The first part of the monograph deals with phenomenology of the genres of philosophical discourse, namely, aphoristic, confession, apology, treatise, essay, philosophical poetry, etc. The analysis of each genre is accompanied by a collection of the canonical texts.

The second part is a conceptual analysis of those components of discourse the combination of which suffices for a minimum of philosophical genre and outlines its demarcations. These components are the local discourse which is important for the beginning of genre, thematization which is responsible for subject of genre and its transformation, and project-creation dealing with the end of genre.

The this part considers the development, typology, and perspectives of genre existence of philosophy in context of the development of spiritual culture of the twentieth century.

The book is intended for those interested in problems of renovation of philosophical knowledge, for specialists in philosophical anthropology ahd philosophy of culture.

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., .. 6. . . . , .. X. --. : 7. .. .. .. 8. ... ߻ ... . ... . II. 9. 10. ( ) 11. III. X X 12. .... 13. 14. - ANNOTATION CONTENTS PREFACE P A R T I. G E N R E V A R I E T Y O F T H E PHILOSOPHICAL D I S C O U R S E Chapter 1. Aphorism Canonical texts B.Gracian. The Pocket Oracle A.Schopenhauer. Towards the Doctrine of Insignificance of the Existence.... 2 F.Nietzsche. H u m a n, T o o Much H u m a n F.Nietzsche. Wicked W i s d o m R e c o m m e n d e d literature Chapter 2. Confession Canonical texts A.Aurelius. The Confession L.Tolstoy. The Confession R e c o m m e n d e d literature Chapter 3. D i a l o g u e on D i a l o g u e Canonical texts M.Ficino. The Letter to Leonardo Di Thoneau M.Heidegger. From the Dialogue about the Language.

Between the Japanese and the Asker R e c o m m e n d e d literature Chapter 4. A p o l o g y Canonical texts Plato. Socrates' A p o l o g y N.Berdyayev. Self-knowledge N.Berdyayev. The Evil and Expiation. The Problem of Teodicy R e c o m m e n d e d literature Chapter 5. Treatise. On the Classic Treatise of the N e w Age:

from monadology to nomadology Canonical text G.Deleuze, F.Guattari. Treatise on N o m a d o l o g i e Chapter 6. On Essay Canonical texts M.Montaigne. That Our Spirit is an Obstacle for Itself B. Pascal. H u m a n Greatness H.Ortega-y-Gasset. Reflection on D o n Quichot. Tragicomedy R e c o m m e n d e d literature Chapter 7. Philosophical Poetry Canonical texts A.Tarkovscky. Reality and Speech B.Pasternak. Let's Drop the Words O.Mandelschtam. Octaves R e c o m m e n d e d literature Chapter 8. The Unique Genres Canonical texts J.L.Borges. Borges and Me Z.Gippius. Time. Fairytale V.

Rosanov. Solitariness R e c o m m e n d e d literature PART II. T H E C O N C E P T U A L ASPECTS O F G E N R E A S A SPECIAL F O R M OF PHILOSOPHICAL DISCOURSE Chapter 9. The Concept of Local Discourse and Its Borders Chapter 10. The Thematization of Philosophical Discourse in Its Genre Metamorphosis's R e c o m m e n d e d literature Chapter 11. The Projective Function of Philosophizing in Its Newest Genres R e c o m m e n d e d literature P A R T III. T H E G E N R E I N A S P I R I T U A L S I T U A T I O N O F T H E E N D t h OF THE X X CENTURY Chapter 12. The Contemporary Philosophy on the Eve of the N e w Vital Choice.... 1 6 Chapter 13. The Genre Phenomena in the Total Context of the Spiritual Culture Chapter 14. The Genre as a Way of N o n - H i d d e n Existence of Philosophy and the Problem of the Meaning of Individual Life CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHIC R E F E R E N C E S G L O S S A R Y O F BASIC T E R M S INFORMATION ABOUT THE AUTHORS ANNOTATION 73 : , : . / . . - . .. ;

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