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Nilogov A.S., Neretina S.S. The Paths to Universals (the Conversation Between A. S. Nilogov and S. S. Neretina Within the Framework of the Project 'Who Creates Philosophy in Russia Today')

Published in journal "Philosophy and Culture", 2015-3 in rubric "Spiritual and moral search", pages 446-456.

Resume: The conversation with S. S. Neretina has been recorded within the framework of the editorial project 'Who creates philosophy in Russia today' and devoted to the modern trends of the Russian philosophical thought. The conversation referred to the works written by S. S. Neretina, A. P. Ogurtsov and other Russian philosophers who discussed the status of Russian philosophy and problematic philosophical self-identification. S. S. Neretina believes that one of the most essential features of cogitation is the probability so evauation of this probability should be the main goal of modern philosophy. During their conversation A. S. Nilogov and S. S. Neretina used the methods of historical analysis that allowed to define the tendencies in understanding philosophy and the history of philosophy. They also used the hermeneutic approach that allowed to describe the contemporary situation in Russian philosophy. S. S. Neretina insists that man himself creates forms of communication that are not established by traditions. Our contemporaries have initiated the creation of social networks, some kind of democracy where everyone has a right to speak out. This is the hidden-outspoken democracy and a new form of philosophy.

Keywords: philosophy, Russian philosophy, democracy, universals, Ogurstov, Bibikhin, conceptualism, double-interpretation, medievalism (medieval philosophy), thropology

DOI: 10.7256/1999-2793.2015.3.12992

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