Альманах "Диалог со временем" --- научное периодическое издание, специально посвященное проблемам интеллектуальной истории, которая изучает исторические аспекты всех видов творческой деятельности человека, включая ее условия, формы и результаты.
Dialogue with Time. Intellectual History Review.
Dialogue with Time is the first Russian periodical specially intended for consideration of the problems of intellectual history understood as a study of historical aspects of all kinds of human creative activity, including its conditions, forms and products.
Хейден Уайт и практика исторических исследований XX века
Цивилизационные представления в историческом контексте
Цивилизационные утопии и образы "иных" цивилизаций
Россия и нигде: географические образы и становление
российской цивилизационной идентичности
Аристотелизм в россиеведении
и поле сакральных смыслов старообрядчества
Интеллектуальные традиции Античности
"Горгий" и гуманизм
Sumbola и sunthemata
в теургическом неоплатонизме Ямвлиха и Прокла
Приглашение историка на пир: исторические фрагменты Посидония
в "Пирующих софистах" Афинея
Из истории исторической мысли
Анализ одного произведения:
Фридрих Энгельс и принципы марксистского историописания
Из истории отечественной историографии
B.И.Герье как историк Великой французской революции
Традиции "йcole russe" в исследованиях советских историков
Приглашение к дискуссии
"Русская Атлантида": к истории одного платоновского мифа
о "билефельдской школе" и ее представителях (А.А.Турыгин)
проблема антиклерикализма тюдоровского общества
в британской историографии 1970 -- начала 1990-х годов
Ревизионистское направление в современной британской
историографии религиозной реформации в Англии
История через личность
К интеллектуальной биографии Эрнста Юнгера
Владимир Мономах и христианство
К вопросу о формировании стереотипа "норманна"
(на материале "Анналов королевства франков")
Концепция партийно-политической оппозиции в трудах Дэвида Юма
Общественное служение русского монашества
The article presents an intellectual biography which traces the career of the
well-known scholar and thinker. The author analyses the influence of various
concepts and life circumstances on the shaping of White's views. Some
conclusions on the nature and the aims of contemporary historical knowledge are
Civilization Utopias and images of 'alien' civilizations
The article studies the ideas of Danilevsky, a well-known Russian philosopher
of the 19th c. who adopted the concept of cultural and historical types. The
author concludes that Danilevsky's ideas were contradictory as he tried to
reconcile his Slavophil sympathies with imperialist views on Russia's political
Russia and nowhere: geographical images and the identity of Russian
The article studies the views of a Russian philosopher Piotr Chaadaev on his
country's historical destiny and its place in the world. Chaadaev emphasized
the idea of Russia's space as both positive and negative factor that impeded
Russia's historical progress in comparison to Western Europe.
Aristotelianism in Russian studies and the field of sacral meanings of Old
The article deals with some aspects of Russian spiritual tradition, namely,
with the culture of the Old Believers in the 18-19th cc. The author
rejects postulations by a number of Western historians of Russia who stressed
backwardness of Old Believers' culture, and its archaic attitude to written
word and text. The article shows that polemical works by Old Believers
(18th c.) adopted rational discourse that enabled them to
re-interpret the text of the Scripture. It the same time the culture of Old
Believers preserved traditional popular views and practices. It could be viewed
as a model of Russian culture that combines different forms and meanings, both
indigenous and accepted from other cultural traditions.
'Gorgias' and Humanism
The author studies elements of Plato's ethics and interprets his 'idea of
injustice' as well as the notions of 'good', 'evil', 'happiness' and
'unhappiness'. It is argued that Plato's notions differed from the later Early
Modern definitions that are more familiar to modern reader. According to Plato,
just behaviour did not imply taking the interests of others into account, and
moral virtues were not connected with humanistic altruism.
Historians invited to a feast: historical fragments by Posidonius in
'Deipnosophistae' by Athenaeus
The article tackles the fragments from the "Histories" by Posidonius of Apamea
cited by Athenaeus in The Deipnosophists (The sophists at dinner) and
united by the theme of feasting customs of various ethnic groups. It was the
philosophical concept rather than the detailed household depiction that
underlay the narrative principles of these historical and ethnographic sketches
of Posidonius, the Stoic. Telling about the feasts of the barbarian people,
Posidonius was mentally crossing the borders of the sacral and the profane. The description of the "alien" led to the spaces of the profane, and at the same time the alien's "sacral" revealed its presence
within this profane, and to interpret it the author could only draw upon
the Greek-Roman cultural code that he was familiar with. Posidonius did not
avoid the "rigour of Aristotle" in perception of barbarians. Nevertheless, he
gave the neutral description of the alien's customs and represented barbarians
as the people endowed both with virtues and defects. Thereby he showed the
deployment of the moral laws subordinating all nations through a lively fabric
of the history.
An analysis of one text: Friedrich Engels and the principles of Marxist history
The article analyses one of the most influential Marxist text -- 'The Origin of
the Family, Private Property, and the State'. The author arrives at a number of
conclusions on Marxist philosophy of history, its strengths and limitations as
well as its logical consequences.
W.I.Guerrier as a historian of the French Revolution
The author studies the works by a well-known Russian historian of the late
19th -- early 20th cc. It is shown that Guerrier was a
pioneer in studying the French Revolution -- the field that had been avoided and
neglected by other Russian scholars.
Traditions of the "ecole russe" in writings by Soviet historians
The article present biographies of two Soviet historians, V.Biryukovich and
N.Sokolov who were to bring traditions of prerevolutionary Russian historical
scholarship (for instance, the schools of Guerrier and Kareev) into Soviet
period. The author gives a detailed description of the scholars' careers, their
high point and problems.
'Russian Athlantis': on the history of a Platonic myth
The author studies the evolution of the Athlantis myth in Russian thought of
the 18th -- 20th cc. The myth is compared to the Russian
legend of Kitezh city. The article presents a classification of different
approaches in Russian 'Athlantis studies' that are viewed in the context of
political and philosophical thought of a period.
The temptation of quantification: the problem of anti-clericalism in the Tudor
society in the British historiography of 1970-90s
The article deals with revisionist approach to (English Reformation and its
causes. Revisionists used quantitative methods in order to question widely
accepted idea of popular anticlericalism that had caused the Reformation in
England. They argued convincingly that the Reformation was introduced from
above, and the majority of parishioners remained faithful to Catholicism.
Revisionists in recent British historiography of the religious Reformation in
The article demonstrates how the traditional approach to the history of English
Reformation represented by A.G.Dickens was replaced by the more nuanced vision
free of preconceptions. The author demonstrates that C.A.Haigh and other
historians re-interpret the importance of English Catholicism, the influence of
Protestant ideas, the correlation between Protestantism and the religious
reforms of the late 15th -- 16th cc, he also analyses the
ways revisionists formulate questions and the concepts they use.
Vladimir Monomakh and Christianity
The article deals with the attitude of the Prince Vladimir Monomach and his
circles to the norms of bevahiour prescribed by Christian morals. It is shown
that events of the Prince's life influenced his religiosity.
'Public service' of Russian monks
The article deals with the theme of the service of Russian saints to the
society, that provoked serious debates in the late 19th -- early
20th cc. The author shows different approaches to the ideals of
monasticism and asceticism viewed from the perspective of Church history and
the role of the Church in shaping and defending the Russian state.
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