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Dzhokhadze, I. D. «Fight for Recognition» in Robert Brandom’s Interpretation

Published in journal "Philosophy and Culture", 2014-1 in rubric "History of ideas and teachings", pages 40-48.

Resume: The article is devoted to the ideas of an American pragmatism philosopher, the leader of the Pittsburg school of Neo-Hegelianism Robert Brandom and his unique «analytical» interpretation of Kant and Hegel. The author of the present article provides definitions of the main terms in Brandom’s philosophy such as «discursive obligation», «the game of giving and asking for reasons», «normative statuses», «social selfconsciousness », «inferential connections», de re and de dicto interpretations», «recognition» (Anerkennung). The author of the article shows how following the example of his predecessor and teacher Richard Rorty Robert Brandom «deontologizes’ Hegel and adjust Hegel’s ides to the issues and conceptual grounds of logiclinguistic and pragmatic philosophy during the second half of the XX century. The main research methods include rational reconstruction a comparative analysis of philosophical ideas by Hegel and Brandom through studying Brandom’s works on philosophy and history that were published since 1990–2000. It is the first time in Russian historical and philosophical literature that a researcher fully describes ideas of the philosopher who is very little known in Russia yet made a significant influence on development of neo-pragmatism in the USA, contributed to the «rehabilitation» of Hegel’s ideas and brought together English-American analytical and continental philosophies at the end of the XX — beginning of the XXI centuries.

Keywords: analytical pragmatism, inferentialism, discursive obligation, prepositional content, rational reconstruction, historical reconstruction, interpretation, recognition, linguistic communication, social selfconsciousness.

DOI: 10.7256/1999-2793.2014.1.10509

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