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Философия истории в аналитической традиции

Gåvertsson, Frits LU and Myurberg, Irina (2017) In History of Philosophy/Istoriya Filosofii 22(1). p.78-91
Abstract
The aim of the article is, according to the author, to present history of philosophy (and philoso-phy of history) in terms of the British analytical tradition. Rejection of metahistorical purpose accounts for the importance of transdisciplinary analysis in the effort to make sense of historicism; thus, inner “duality” of historiography becomes vital for combining individual and “objective” sides of research. Hence, the author’s interest in such topics as the hermeneutic “fusion of horizons”, Nietzsche-Weberian perspectivism and the latest interpretations of both (by Q. Skinner, A. Ayer, R. Koselleck, R. Rorty et al.). These and other methodological means have the purport of making room for multiple approaches, which reveal both the... (More)
The aim of the article is, according to the author, to present history of philosophy (and philoso-phy of history) in terms of the British analytical tradition. Rejection of metahistorical purpose accounts for the importance of transdisciplinary analysis in the effort to make sense of historicism; thus, inner “duality” of historiography becomes vital for combining individual and “objective” sides of research. Hence, the author’s interest in such topics as the hermeneutic “fusion of horizons”, Nietzsche-Weberian perspectivism and the latest interpretations of both (by Q. Skinner, A. Ayer, R. Koselleck, R. Rorty et al.). These and other methodological means have the purport of making room for multiple approaches, which reveal both the creative potential of the analytical tradition and its problematic sides. (Less)
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philosophy of history, analytical philosophy, history of philosophy, political theory, hermeneutics, historiophobia, perspectivism, rhetorical turn, evolutionism
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History of Philosophy/Istoriya Filosofii
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22
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78 - 91
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10.21146/2074-5869-2017-22-1-78-91
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  author       = {Gåvertsson, Frits and Myurberg, Irina},
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  language     = {rus},
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  series       = {History of Philosophy/Istoriya Filosofii},
  title        = {Философия истории в аналитической традиции},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.21146/2074-5869-2017-22-1-78-91},
  volume       = {22},
  year         = {2017},
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