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FotievaIrinaValerjevna, the Altai State University, Department of the theory and practice of journalism, Professor The problem of the relationship of ethics and religion 1.

As R. G. Apresyan rightly asserted, the interpretation of morality can be divided into two basic approaches: socially immanent (sociologizationist) and socially transcendent. The first approachis that morality exists only within society, and servesits needs 2. The opposingviewpointis that moralityis dictated by extra-social factors, butis claimed by society 3.

The sociologizationist approach, despiteits simplicity, elicits serious criticism.

First, thisidea of moralityincludes an aspect of Perfectionism which remains unclear theideal of the perfect man. Note that thisidealis constantly reproduced throughout history, which speaks to humanitys perpetual need ofit. We cannot claim thatitis entirely shaped by the social environment, as the perfect manis one of the most ancientideals of all. Itis presentin both Western and Eastern traditions, including those whose representativesviewed social existence as maya, orillusion.

Second, this approach is inconsistent with moral practice. It cannot explain the ever-present moral diversity of cultures. The sociologizationist approach also fails to explain the existence ofindividuals who not only hold their own moral codes contrary to social norms, but also defend them even at the cost of their lives.

And third, if moralityis meant to serve the needs of society, thenits rules must change along with social changes. But, they should change so as to meet the needs of society (reconciling theinterests of different groups, minimizing conflict, etc.). From thisit follows that within society, there should exist mechanisms of developing effective rules and principles of humaninteraction that do not depend on the will ofindividuals.

The followingis a popular contemporary model: in many authors opinions, individual moralityis subordinate to social morality due to the belief thatitis lessimportant to the functioning of modern society than the professional quality of anindividual and his ability to quickly and effectively fitinto a new social relationship or structure.

However, this modelisinconsistent with social practice: we do not see social mechanismsin todays world that successfully function withoutindividual morality. On the contrary, global environmental and resource crises grow, military conflict does not lessen, and sharp divisions within the world do not fadeinto the past, butinstead become ever more distinct. The market economy model has exhausteditself, as evidenced by the global economic crisis.

What is driving these destructive trends? In our opinion, it is the destruction of traditional morality and the dominance of consumeristideology. And consumeristideologyis essentially egoistical. Theideology of consumerismis shaking the foundations of society and putitin danger of self-destruction. Thisis the pessimistic conclusion of many researchers 4.

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Apresyan, R. G. The phenomenon of social morality (a conceptual experience). University scientific-methodological seminar, Real modern problems through the prism of philosophy. [Electronic resource] http://www.mion.novsu.ac.ru/gev/projects/seminar/Apresyan.pdf The same.

A number of brilliant works have been written on the global crisis of modern civilization. Itis sufficient to recall K. Lorenzs Civilized Mans Eight Deadly Sins, or E. Fromms To Have or To Be?;

among more modern titles, we note the following: Danilov-Danilyan, V., Losev, K., Reyf, I. Before the Major Challenge of Civilization. AView from Russia (2005).

Section 19. Philosophy Therefore, a second approachis more justified one whichis based upon personal morality. This can be definedvia the following:

moralityis a specific reflectionin the consciousness of anindividual, of the fundamental laws of existence which bind theindividual, society, and the world togetherinto a unified whole. This moralityis not externallyimposed, butinternally posed to eachindividual as a problem to be solved.

These laws of existence can be understood as being naturalistic oridealistic. Today, thisis not soimportant, as the rigid separation of material and ideal is a thing of the past. In this way, we do notinvent morality, but discoveritin the same way that we discover the laws of nature by trial and error, through the breakthroughs and dead-ends of social and personal existence. In this sense, moralityis objective.

This approachis more ancient. Itis representedin philosophy by the so-called Platonic line. By the Platonic line, we mean a single, uninterrupted line which has continued throughout the course of philosophical history (from Pythagoras, Socrates, and Platoin the West, to Taoism and Confucianismin China, to theVedic philosophy and Mahayanist BuddhisminIndia, all the way to their contemporaryinterpretations and transformations). This lineis characterized by many common features. A striking example ofits developmentis metaphysical Unity in 20th Century Russian philosophy.

Itisinteresting that currentlyin ethics thereis a return to theidea of an objective morality. The well-known Russian philosopher L. V. Maximov wrote that integratedinto thevery concepts of good, proper, right, etc., thereis theidea of their objectivity This bares to light a psychological fact: specific and familiar to every socializedindividualis the subjective experience of objective moral demands Itisimportant to emphasize that the experience of objective moral demandsis related to the deeper I, of which the Platonic tradition speaks. And here, the deeper I and the empirical self are sharply opposed. Thisidea also finds supportin moral practice. The entire moral history of humanity, as reflectedin historical and literary documents, indicates that people make difficult moral choices by listening to an innervoice, which strongly advises one way, and not another. Moreover, thisinstructionis always contrary to selfish desires, feelings, and even rational arguments. Aninternal moral struggle arises.

What canI do? One half of his mind could not be at peace. I have done everythingI could Suddenly, bursting like aviolin string, nothing remained of his crafty arguments It was asif the darkness spoke to him, saying: You yourself know that you arevainly stalling for time. And yetit still seemed that theimpossible was being demanded of him. But, slowly something happened to him something which had occurred twice before. During the war, he had somehow convinced himself to perform mortally dangerous tasks;

and then once more, his conscience wrestled himinto going to London to seek out a certain person there and make an extremely difficult confession a deed which demanded considerable strength of character. In both cases, what was required of him at first seemed unthinkable but suddenly, and without any appreciable effort of will, he saw clearly, asifit was written on a screen: This time tomorrow, it will be all over. This happened to him again now Theinternal struggle ended, although there was no real moment ofvictory. You could say that the freedom of choice simply walked away And he discovered that freedom and predestination were, in fact, the same. In someone with a developed moral consciousness, a moral defeat evokes an acute reaction corresponding to the seriousness of the situation, up to andincluding the most tragic of outcomes suicide. The reaction can neither be explained by environmental factors, nor by rational arguments.

As Erich Fromm wrote, humanistic conscienceis the reaction of our total personality toits proper functioning or dysfunctioning. 3 This conclusionis supported by many other leading psychologists: R. Assagioli, K. Horney, A. Maslow. From different angles, they demonstrate the fruitfulness (to use Fromms expression) of moral principlesin the development of theindividual and the destruction of selfish andindividualistic tendencies.

But we still have not answered theimportant question: whatis the basis of morality or, more precisely, what constitutesits substance? The answer follows directly from Platonic philosophy: the essence of moralityis a sense of Oneness especiallyinits highest form love. The heart of moralityis neither the common good, nor the terms and conditions of communication, nor some social contract, but this sense of Oneness the deepest experience of theinextricable link with the whole world. The Upanishads say, Gazing upon every living thingin the light of Universal Unity, one cannot hate, because he sees himselfin everything and everythingin himself. This raises the question: if this experienceis the basis of the I, then how can we explainits absencein the majority of people thevast differencein levels of moral development ofindividuals? But throughout the history of ethics, theidea has repeatedly been expressed that moralityis both given from above as the core of the personality, and formed from the bottom up during the self-actualization process of developing highervalues andideals. Obviously, this potential may never be fully realized. And corresponding to historical era, structure, and degrees ofits development, we have a moral diversity across all societiesin all ages. Hereis a simple analogy. Thereis the well-known Mowgli phenomenon, in which children are raisedin a family of animals. They do not become fully-developed people, despite having the physiological propensity for the same brain development as anyone else. There are also examples of weak logical and analytical abilities due to a lack of systematic training. And finally, thereis another factorin play here: innate differencesin predisposition. Thereis just this situationin morality, as well: moral composition should be directly developedin the family, in society, and withinindividuals.

The famous American psychologistViktor Frankl, who received the unique and tragic opportunity to test hisideas on the experience of Auschwitz, disagreed aboutit with Freud.

Freud wrote: Try to get a number of the most different people you can find to be hungry at the same time. With theincreasing urgency of the need for food, allindividual differences will fade, and be replaced by the uniform appearance of one unsatisfied desire. It turned out that thisis not the case Of course, they were fewin number, those who chose to retain the possibility of preserving their humanity however, they were an example for others, and their example caused a typical chain reaction If we ask ourselves about this mostimportant experience that concentration camps gave to us lifein the abyss then from everything we have gone through, we can take this quintessence: we have learned about man something that perhaps no other generation before us ever knew. Whatis man?.. The creature thatinvented gas chambers, but also the creature that walkedinto those gas chambers with head held high and a prayer on his lips. We turn to religion. If we take religion as a combination of all ofits components (religious worldview, religious lifestyle, ritual, religion as a socialinstitution), then personal morality always has been and always will be completelyindependent of religion. But, if we take onlyits central component: religious experience, then moralityis not only connected to religion, butitis a sign of religiosity (overt or unconscious, as an atheist). Let us explain thisidea.

Maximov, L. V. Specifiedin text.

Lewis, C. S. Perelandra. C. S. Lewiss Space Trilogy. (1993) pp.266273.

Fromm, E. Man for Himself. (1991). p. 563.

Torchinov, E. A. The Teachings of Ge Hong on the Tao: Man and Nature. The problem of manin traditional Chinese teachings. 1983. p 90.

Frankl, V. Mans Search for Meaning. 1990. pp. 142, 154.

Science progress in European countries: new concepts and modern solutions As we said before, the basis of moralityis a common world experience. This experience comes from the ontological singularity of the deeper I, and the Absolute Origin of the world. Thisideais common to all world religions and many schools of philosophy. The secondideais that a person (ones deeper I) can comein contact with the Absolute, and see and experience higher meaning andvalues through religious (mystical, transpersonal) experience. This experienceis the foundation upon which different philosophical and religious doctrines can be united.

Among the components of this experience, we can draw out the moral, the cognitive, and the aesthetic (corresponding to the ancient triad:

good, truth, beauty). The moral aspectis expressedin the deep, vivid experience of cosmic love, or unity (recall, for example, Platos Banquet).

Such a mystical experienceis recordedin all cultural traditions.

It is easy to see that we consider religious experience more broadly than that of any particular religion. It is our opinion that this broadinterpretationis just a throwback to a more ancient notion of the highest synthetic form of the knowledge and experience of existence, on which all of the great philosophies and religions are also founded 1. And soitis obvious that moralityis not only associated with the religious and transcendental experience, butisits direct consequence.

Thus, the moral manis always religiousin the broadest sense if not by conviction, then byinner constitution.

In conclusion, let us recall the longstanding dispute between religious and secular morality and culture. Secular culture considersits merit to be the liberation of man from the power of God. But here we are seeing a mixture of different aspects of religion and a poor understanding ofits essence: either the power of God isidentified with the power of the church, or the religious worldviewis seen only as beliefin the supernatural, with a personal God as the supreme authority, separated from humans and meant to mete out punishment or reward.

Within the Platonic line, God (the Absolute) is simultaneously both a transcendent and animmanent entity, andis experienced not as an external authority, but exactly like the higher (deeper) I. Therefore, service to God is a deliberate admission of ones own divine origin, as opposed to all of the selfish desires of the empirical self. Soitis not submission to an unknown, authoritarian God and the ridiculous abandonment of the legitimate pleasures of life, but a rectification of the soul, to use the expression of the writer Boris Zaitsev 2. But, here we must recall the famous words of John: For anyone who does not love his brother, whom he has seen, cannot love God, whom he has not seen. Service to God not only does not contradict service to people, but directlyimplies the latter. However, more than enoughis written on that theme, so we will not dwell onit.

Schewzow Alexander Wiktorowitsch, MoskauerischeInstitut fuer Fluegwesen (Natiolale Forschungsuniversitaet), Bewerber, Lehrstuhl fuer Philosophie Erkenntnistheorievon M. I. Karinski Eine Aktualitaet der geschichtphilosophische Forschung des Schaffenvon hervorragenden russischen Philosoph und Logiker desXIX Jh. MichailIwanowitsch Karinski (18401917) bedingtihrer Notwendigkeit der Bildung demvoelige anschaulichen Bilde der russischen Philosophie wie eine Einigkeitin derVielgestaltigkeit werden. Die philosophische Werkevon Karinski haben noch wenig untersucht und seineIdeen praktisch unbekannt sind. In russische geschichtphilosophischen Tradition betrachtet er hauptsaechlich als ein Logikervor allem anzugestellt worden, obwohl Analyse seines Werkesvoll zulassen sie nicht einfach wie logische, sondern auch wie logisch-gnoseologische und geschichtphilosophische zu betrachten. Zu ziemlich kleiner Bekanntschaft der Philosophie Karinskis hat auch seine Angehoerigkeit zu geist-akademischer philosophischen Tradition beigetragt, dievor kurzem richtigmaessigihren Platzin der Geschichte der russischen Philosophie bekommenist. Karinski warim Anfang Professorvon der Metaphysik an Lehrstuhl fuer Metaphysik gewesen und spaeter hat er die Geschichte der Philosophie an der St-Petersburgs geist-akademie seineVorlesungen angefangen zu lesen. Wie hat darueber Dr. Irina W. Zwyck geschrieben, die KarinskisVorlesungen ueber Metaphysik nicht besonders neu wesentlich Qualitaet fuer geist-akademischer Philosophie mitgebracht haben 3.

Infolge der Annaherung akademischer Bildung an zu der Bildung, biszu Niveau Universitaets, besonders nachdem Reformvon 1868, natuerlicherweise die Fragevonihrer Platzes ueber den Prinzipien des Glaubens auf dem Grund desVernunft umgedacht hat und das sich in der Auffassung der glaubendes Vernunft gezeigt hat. Das ihrerseits bringt in ein Verhaeltnis zueinander eine akademischen Tradition zu fruemittelalterlichenIdee der Beweissfuerung des Daseins des Gottes durch logischen Mitteln. Deshalb eine Hauptrichtung der philosophischen Untersuchungenvon Karinski wird als eine gnoseologischen Problematik geworden hat. Karinski hat allerseitsverschidliche Gegestaenden des Bewusstseins also darunter Wahrnehmung, Vorstellung und anderen Erscheinungenvon der Seite des philosophischen Erkenntnistheorie untersucht. Eine Logik wurde dabei wieihre erste Stelle als philosophische Methodologie des Schluesses der Urteilen und seines Nachpruefung. Karinski als der akademische Philosoph entwickeltein seiner Gnoseologie ein Probleme der Wahrheit, das er wie objective, auch subjectiveverstanden hat: Objektivitaet der Wahrheit beruehrte eine unbestrittene Wirklichkeit, was manin dieser Angelegenheit Karinskiin sowjet Zeit zu Materialisten zugeheort hat;

Subjektivitaet der Wahrheit zeigt sich es duerch Mitteln der Logik, logischen Urteil.

Das war entstanden, wie darueber Dr. Zwyck geschrieben hat: infolge des Bestrebens der akademischen Philosophen nach philosophischen Methodologie in Angelegenheiten der Begruendung zentralen Ideen des religioesen Bewusstseins anzukommen sind. Das war auch ein hauptsaechliches Aufgabe einer akademischer Gnoseologie wie Gotterkenntnistheorie nicht nur Feststellung des substanzialen Wesens der Wahrheit geworden, sondern auch eine Bestimmung der Beziehung der philosophischen Wahrheit und al seine Hauptwahrheit der Offenbarung warden alsoist der Wahrheit des Daseins des Gottes gewesen 4. Die geschichtphilosophische und problematische Analyse des geistiges Erbevon M. I. Karinski erlaubt ein Schluss zu tun, dass ein Bereich seines philosophischen und wissenschaftlichenInteressen war genug breithaft: er hat Ancient philosophical power was religious powerOn religious power, the philosophical wisdom of Heraclitus and Pythagoras was based upon the organic connection with the life of the people.... And the wisdom of Platonic divinityis perhaps connected with theinitiation of the Eleusinian mysteries. It was amongst church scholars and medieval mystics that the secrets of Christianity wereinitiated, marking an addition to the mysterious realities. Berdyaev, N. A. Philosophy of Freedom. The Fate of Russia: Essays. Kharkov. 1998. p. 36.

Thereis an entire science of spiritual self-betterment, a strategy for the struggle to organize the human soul, to ridit ofitsinconsistencies and trivialities with strict rules. Itis a feat of asceticismthe smoothing and straightening of the soulinto a singlevertical line. Zaitsev B. St. Sergius of Radonezh. The Life and Times of Sergius of Radonezh. 1991. p. 201.

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Section 19. Philosophy als geschichtphilosophische, psychologische und logische Untersuchungen durchgefuehrt, als auch darunter haltete die ganzeVorlesungen ueber Metaphysik, grundwesentlich bearbeitete und kritisierte Werkevon Aristoteles, Bacon, Mill, Kant, die also bekannt gemacht.

SeinInteresse zu gnoseologischen Problematik wurde beiihm, bestimmt es, ein Einfluss der deutschen Philosophie entstanden, der er waerend seines Wissenschaftsreise nach Deutschland (1871 1872) besonders ausgeuebt hat. Auf dem Grund dieser Arbeit hat er geschichtphilosophische Untersuchung Kritische Uebersicht der deutschen Philosophievon der letzten Periode (1873) vorgestellt, in dieser Untersuchung er bestimmteIdeenvon Kant, Hegel, Trendelenburg, Herbart und besonders Lotze analisiert hat. Naemlich unter dem Einflusses Lotzes Theorie hat Karinski eine grosse Aufmerksamkeit fuer Kathegorien Erscheinung, Ersatz zugeteilt, methodologisch diese Kathegorien aus der Onthologieim Bereich der Logik uebergesetzt hat. Er hatihmin Logik nicht nur Thechnologie des Erkenntnis, sondern auch sehr praezissiv konstruktiveInstrument fuer die zukuenftige neue metaphysischen Formen (Gestalten) angesehen, wie es auch als effektiv Methode des kritischen Rationalismusim Zusammenhang der Erkenntnistheorie hervorgegangen war.

Deshalb Logikist bei Karinski als einzige Methodologie des Erkenntnis hervorgehoben und sie diennte fuer die Erloesung der gnoseologischen Aufgaben: das Erkennen der Erscheinungenvon Logik durchgesetzt, aber eigentlich Logikinihres Reihe das ganz onthologischen Tiefe der Erscheinungen zu entdecken gekannt hat.

Als ausgehende Probleme fuer Untersuchung der logischen Formen hat Karinski ein Problemevon der Beziehung Gedanken und Realitaet gemeint, dabei feststellend eine Position des gnoseologischen Realismus, charakteristisch zu geist-akademischer Philosophie.

Karinski hat recht gehabt, dass das Lehrevon Kant als hauptsaechliches Werk, das alle philosophiesche TendenzenXIX Jh. festgelegt hat.

Deswegen Karinski sein Kritik der rationalistischen Richtung der Philosophie kehrte zu logische Analysevon Kritik der reinenVernunft, also besonders gegen zu Apriorism von Kant. Karinski hat festgestellt, dass selbst Grundlagen, apriori annehmend sich schon gleich ausvoraussetzende Wissen ausschliessen wollen, folglich sind diese Grundlagen wesentlich dogmatische. Das war eine polemische Frage unter der russischen Kantianern, besonders zwischen der Professorenvon St.-Petersburg Universitaet AlexanderI. Vvedenski und Prof. Dr.

Karinski, diese Diskussion um 189495veranstaltetist und das entzuendeteinteressant philosophischen Polemik (Streit). In Grundlagen seiner Erkenntnistheorie stellte Karinski die grosse Rolle fuer sogenannte Selbst-Evidenze Wahrheiten fest, faktisch gegen seine Lehre ueber Selbst-Evidenzen Wahrheiten zu rationalistische Konzeptionvon Kants Apriorism.

Aber Karinski sich ueber apriorism Kants auch als nominalistischen Tradition des Denkens wurzeln abgelegen, angesehen hat, dass die wesentliche Unverdeutlichen angehoerte zu dem Rationalism (Hegel) und auch zugleich Empirism (Hume). Auch als sein Entwicklungs Empirismist ein Positivism. Zu den Haupt Unrichtigungen diesen Theorien gehoertenihrer unvollig wieihrer Charakter. Nach Meinung Karinski, Aussageninhaltendvoraussetzende Grundlagen, die deswegen dogmatisch beschliessen konnten warden, ohne sie logische Folge zu pruefen. Karinskiin seine logische Untersuchungen fuer Beschlusstheorie hat unrechtmaessigvon einige philosophischen Theorien, also naemlich semantische und logische unvollendeteihre Aussagen. In Sinne der Erloesung der unueberbrueckbare Gegensaezte, Widersprueche zwischen Rationalism und Empirism wuerde sichvermoeglich an Wege zu den synthetische zusammenhaftige Anfang erreichen.

Als Grundgegenstandes Erkenntnis Karinski meinte Wirklichkeit, auf diesen Objektimmermehr richtet Erkenntnis. Das Probleme der Wahrnehmung hat Karinski eine Reflexion des Wirklichens genannt. Deshalbin seiner Philosophie besitzt Analyse desInhalt der Wahrnehmung eine grosse Bedeutung.

Zum Beispiel, das Probleme der Erscheinung. Der Beschloss Karinski hat als ein Moment Ersatzes, das Ersetzenim Bewusstseins gesehen Gestalt zu ein anderes Gestalt ersetzt warden, also anstatt unbestrittene verstandene Dinges entstht ganz anderes Begriff, nur also als zweite Schichte wird ein Phaenomen, der ersetzt sich selbst die Selbst-Evidenz Wahrheit. Esist notwendig zu bemerken, dass bestimmte, begrifflichenVerwandschaft der Erscheinung undihre Wahrnehmungin Arbeitvon Karinski und beschlissene Phaenomen von Husserl, also die beide Begriffe analysieren konnten. Und das darf auf Karinski alsvorgehende Denkersvor Husserlin Russland, zu zahlen. Das darf man Karinski, wie auch Wladimir Solovjew alsVorgaenger der Phaenomenologiein Russland betrachten.

Logisch-onthologische Gnoseologievon Karinski liegtin der Naehe zu Theorievon Gottlob Frege zur Zeit des Studiumsin Goettingen bei Lotze (1871). Karinski als religioese Denker gehoert wesentlich Gedaechtnis des Denkens wie onthologische undwirkliche Realitaetim Sinne Platons. Frege hat auch Logik als Wissenschaft ueber das Daseins der Wahrheit, das Gegenstand des Beweissgrundes des Saetzens als Prozedure der Unterstehung der Wahrheit wird nicht der Satz wie Zeichensabbildung, aberim ausgedrueckte Gedanke 1.

B. Birjukow unterstuetzt auf die Werke des bekannte Specialistevon Fregeschen Philosophie, Dr. Werner Stelzner, hat beschlossen, dass Frege wurde bekannt mit kritischen Anschauhungenvon Lotze ueber einige Spaltungen des logische Lehre Kants: bei Lotze das Platonism war als Welt der Gedanke und Welt derIdeen, von einer Seite, und als Roenigtum derInhaltens von anderer Seite, vorgestellt. Also, davon man folgt, dass die Frage der Gegenueberstellung, mindestens, Ausgangslagen nach der Frage der Gemeinsamkeit der Erkenntnistheorie bei Karinski und Frege ein Grund und theoretische Perspektiven hat. Diese Gemeinsamkeit stellt sich als aufsteigend bei Karinski und Fregevon Lotze zu Leibnitz und weiter zu Platonvor.


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Contents Section 1. Anthropology................................................................................ Shulimova Elena Anatolevna New kinds Australopithecus: history of discovery and general characteristic....................................... Section 2. Biology...................................................................................... Kalieva Ainagul Balgauovna Observation of gadflies (Diptera, Tabanidae) in the north-east of Kazakhstan (Pavlodar region)...................... Minliyatova Svetlana Petrovna Data on food composition of juvenile pollockin the waters of the south-eastern coast of Kamchatkain August 2012.... OleshkoVladislavVictorovitch,Gavrylyuk Olga Semenovna Evaluation of adaptability of the genus Calycanthus L. to low temperatures........................................ PogodinIlya Sergeevitch, Luksha Elena Alexandrovna Seasonal dynamics of biologically active substancesin the aerial parts of Saussurea amara (L) DC.................... Tleubaeva AlexandraVitalevna, Kalieva Ainagul Balgauovna, Nurgozhin Renat Zhaskairatovich, Isimbekov Zhumagali Mursalievich Spread oh gadflies (Diptera, Tabanidae) inintrozonal landscape ohIrtysh riverin the north-east the Republic of Kazakhstan..... ShykhalyeyevIgorIgorevich, PetrouchenkoVladimirVladimirovich, Shykhalyeyeva Galina Nikolaevna Parks of health resort complex Kuyalnik-Khadzhibey peresyp (Ukraine, North-Western Black Sea region)............. Section 3. Geography................................................................................... Zmachynski Alexander Stanislavovich Assessment of the anthropogenic load on the water objects of Minsk............................................. Section 4. Geology..................................................................................... Tyukavkina OlgaValeryevna Studying of litologo-petrographic features of collectors of sortymsky retinue, in connection with oil-and-gas content (on the example of the West Surgut field).............................................................. Section 5. Demography and ethnography.................................................................. Salaeva Tatyana Alexandrovna Cult of ancestors: traditions and modernism.................................................................. Section 6. Journalism................................................................................... Ryzhko Olena Mykolaivna The Role of Mass-MediainValue Paradigms Formation for Future Journalists..................................... Section 7. Study of art.................................................................................. Kalinkina Oksana Andreevna Television series as a separate genre of contemporary art display Belarus.......................................... Monde Olga-Lisa The Present and Future of European musical theaterin the context of modern process of globalization................ Salenkov Alexandr Gennadievich Theory of light and architectural space of a Baroque cathedral. Communicationissues.............................. Section 8. History and archaeology....................................................................... Vlasov Mikhail Yuryevich Actions of the 8th German armyin East Prussia: 2130August 1914............................................. Gasnikova Svetlana Yurjevna History office workininstitutions of RussiaXVIXVII centuries................................................. Gorbatiuk Olga Alexandrovna Daily life of teachersin Kiev and Kiev regionin the second half of 1940: the social aspect............................ Iryna AndreevnaIvanyuk Secular literaturein Biblio collection of Holy Assumption Kiev Pechersk Lavrain ղՠ beginning centuries...... TsubenkoValeria Leonidovna Balaklava Greekinfantry battalionin the armed forces of the Russian Empire...............................


....... Section 9. Mathematics................................................................................. Kuatbayeva Akmaral Securityissuesinside Cloud computing...................................................................... Section 10. Medical science.............................................................................. Konechna Roxolana Tarasvna, Konechnyi Yulan Tarasovich, Shikula Roxolana Grigorvna, Kornychuk Olena Petrivna, NovikovVolodymyr Pavlovich Prospects of horse chestnut tincturesin wound treatment....................................................... Lobanova Elena Evgenevna New methods of teaching of medical statistics................................................................. Miller Alexander Yuryevich Intellectual analytic system Sintia Diagnostics: the purpose and the setting goals to achieve, the main differences from other attempts to create such systems.......................................................... Mykhalchyshyn Galyna Petrovna, Bodnar Petr Nikolaevich, Kobyliak Nazarii Nikolaevich Diagnostic effectiveness of adiponectin for nonalcoholic fatty liver diseasein patients with type 2diabetes............. Section 11. Political science.............................................................................. Pujo GalinaIvanovna State management ofinternational labor migrationin Ukraine................................................... Section 12. Regional studies and socio-economic geography................................................. Tsvyk AnatolyVladimirovich Peoples Republic of China and Federal Republic of Germany: mutual relations, history and outlook.................. Section 13. Religious studies............................................................................. Voronov AndrejIgorevich Religious mentalityin the scientific community of modern Russia: from atheism to occultism....................... Katsap Roman Anatolevich Pedagogy of lovein the epistles of St. Paul..................................................................... Section 14. Agricultural sciences......................................................................... Bachteewa Sulfia Jusupowna, Tjuljukina Nadeshda Aleksandrowna Die Prognosierung der Milchleistung der Erstlingskhe nach der Betragensaktivitt................................ Glukhov Jacob Nikolaevich, Kletikova LyudmilaVladimirovna, Yakimenko Nina Nikolaevna A clinical case of paroxysmal gemoglobinurii the bull.......................................................... Igamberdiyev Askar Kimsanovich Combined equipment for tillage preparation of cottoninter rows and planting winter wheat......................... RakhimovIldar Khaibullovich, Pozina Anna Petrovna, Kireeva NataliaVasilyevna Economic efficiency of cultivation of young growth of simmentalsky and black and motley breed..................... Section 15. Sociology................................................................................... Nikulina Marina Alekseevna Methodology of conceptual analysis of bioethical problems: the main approaches.................................. Nunev Sasho Todorov Conceptual justification of anti-discrimination perspectives in social work with people with disabilities............... Section 16. Technical sciences............................................................................ Androsik Andrey Borisovich, Mirovitskaya Svetlana Dmitrievna Theinfluence of the polarization and the length of the waves on the diffraction diagrams of the dielectric cylinders..... Anoshin DmitryVladislavovich, Tahauov Artur Albertovich The problem of the origin of tektites from Zhamanshin astrobleme............................................... Bavbel JaneIvanovna Forecasting of location forest road networkin the conditions of the Republic of Belarus............................. Buyantuev Sergei Lubsanovich, Kondratenko Anatoly Sergeevich The study of the specific surface area of coal processed by the arc plasma adsorption calorimetry...................... VysotinaVera Gavrilovna The numerical calculation ofvortex breakdowninside an axisymmetric pipe...................................... Demin Alexei Anatolievich Development of the mathematical model for an estimation of the manuscript symbols calligraphy.................... Zagorodskikh EvgenyVyacheslavovich, SkvortsovVitaly Aleksandrovich An asymmetric current source for electrochemical technologies................................................. Korolenia Ruslan Olegovich Forecasting the process transportations of wood to consumers takinginto priority of deliveries...................... Naumenko AndreiIvanovich, Lyshchik Petr Alekseevich Laboratory tests of the structure of the soil, strengthened by composite binder..................................... Terentyev Dmitry Sergeevitch, Vlasov Andrey Igorevich The automatic system of control by capacitive touch screen for mobile electronic device............................. Section 17. Physics..................................................................................... Umbetov Abilhan Umbetovich Physical principles of the building and characteristic two component crystaloptic elements.......................... Section 18. Philology and linguistics...................................................................... Amirbekova Aigul Baidebekovna, Esenova Kalbike Umirbaevna Representation of poetic discourse. .......................................................................... Shibkova Oxana Sergeevna, Baranova ElenaVictorovna Comparative analysis of set phrasesin English and Russian, the specifics of their semantics (the names of celestial bodies)........................................................................................... Vykhrystyuk Margarita Stepanovna, Koskina Nargiza Axmetovna Russkiye travniki uses up formirovaniya meditsinska terminologiyas source as lechebniki........................... Garipova Aygul Askhatovna To the question of the ancient monumentsindicating primordial character of phraseological units of the Tatar language........ Dalabayeva Galiya Manatowna, Yegemberdiyeva Gulnar Manatowna Verstndnis Barrierenin derinterkulturellen Kommunikation................................................... Dunayevska OlgaValeryevna The ritual and language factorin worldview formation......................................................... Dutova NatalyaValerevna Complex Methodin Gender Research of Nonverbal Means and Speech Relations.................................. Kakysheva Nurzada Baurzhan Momyshulyin artistic perception of Alexander Beck and Dmitriy Snegin................................ Kalinichenko L. A. Post-graduate student, Department of Philology and........................................... cultural studiesIshim state pedagogicalInstitute. P. P. Ershov..................................................... . .

The model of the familyin the novels of Zakhar Prilepin Sanko, Sin........................................... KevlyukIrynaVolodymyrivna The phenomenon of discoursein linguistics (communicative pragmatic aspect).................................... Ledovskaya Natalia Nikolaevna On qualitative nature of words and gradation.................................................................. Lytvynyuk Liudmila Aleksandrovna Actualization of the biblical timees eventsin the Thirteenth Apostle extravaganza poem........................... Mednikova YuliaIvanovna Phraseological unit Mai 68as the mean ofinfluence on social consciousnessin the texts of French mass media......... Mykoliuk Elena Andreevna Markers of Honorific Expressions Modality................................................................... Nurmakhanova Marzhan Kalzhanovna Kazakh-Kyrgyz literary ties of 5060s of theXX 20th century (based on the materials of the creative activites of critic Kalzhan Nurmakhanov)............................................................................ Pershina Marina Andreevna Architextuality as a genre connection between texts (on the example of the Yule short stories by N. Leskov and the Christmas stories by Ch. Dickens)........................................................................ Radd Elza Anisovna The narrative-hero point ofview in the poem Prodigal son byV. Brusov....................................... SatygoIryna Andreevna Verset as a form of language................................................................................ Selemeneva Olga Alexandrovna About the temporal determinants of the positional schemes of utterances with the meaning state of the nature

in the Russian language.................................................................................... Semeniuk Antonina Afanasyevna Linguistic peculiarities of the preposition..................................................................... Simatova Sofya Andreevna About Chinese ModalVerbs................................................................................ SkripakIrina Anatolievna Discourse typology problemin modern linguistic science....................................................... TeleutsiaValentynaVasylivna Cult conceptsin ritual texts: Slavic context and other ethnic elements............................................. Ussenova Saule Galimgireevna Theoretical justification and conditions of classification of the Kazakh mythology.................................. Fedenko Anastasiya Yurievna Two-component English compound nouns which represent the conceptual domain humanintellectual abilities...... Frumkina Aryna Leonovna Einige Dekodifizierungserscheinungen anlautenderVokaleim massenmedialem Diskurs........................... Churyumova Anastasia Olegovna Continuous Tensesin modern English from the point ofview of their diachronic development....................... Section 19. Philosophy.................................................................................. Larina Tamara Anisimovna L. FeuerbachsIdeasin Russia: the First Acquaintance.......................................................... Nezhyva Olga Nikolaevna Das moderne Hochschulbildungssystemin der Ukraine: die demokratischen Prinzipien............................ Polishchuk NataliaVladimirovna Philosophical essence and development spirituality of the person during an epoch of modern scientific and technical progress......................................................................................... Popov Vitaly Vladimirovich The concept of timein the post-nonclassical discourse.......................................................... Tarakanov AlexanderValeryevich Mentality rolein system of coordinates of mass culture......................................................... FotievaIrinaValerjevna The problem of the relationship of ethics and religion.......................................................... Schewzow Alexander Wiktorowitsch Erkenntnistheorievon M. I. Karinski.........................................................................

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