Published in journal "Philosophy and Culture", 2011-4 , pages 165-169.
Resume: Based on I. T. Kasavin’s book ‘Text. Discourse. Context’ the author analyzes the modern way of existence of a philosophical text, an author and conceptions involved. The author describes a new sphere of knowledge combining various points of views and conceptual systems. Based on the example of Kasavin’s social epistemology of language the author of the article suggests to view such fields of discussion as multidimensional spaces of non-classical type, heterotopy in according with the concept introduced by Foucault.
Keywords: philosophy, heterotopy, space, topology, text, discourse, context, epistemology, post-modernism, knowledge.
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