Можно ли изменить прошлое: целенаправленное переосмысление жизни или искажение прошлого в настоящем?
This article examines the different ways of the reconstruction of true and false memories: purposeful rethinking of the experience and the distortion of memories. The impact of the external and internal factors on the memory is discussed.
This article examines the different ways of the reconstruction of true and false memories The impact of the external and internal factors on the memory is discussed.
Time as a philosophical ontological category turns into thinking method in Arendt’s texts. The basis of this "transformation" is a redefining the Augustine’s terminology of time. This article focuses on the identification of the heritage Augustine thought about the concept of time in the philosophy of H. Arendt. It examines the mechanisms for the Augustinian time’s terminology in her papers - namely, the concepts of «hodiernus», «natalis» and the understanding of the time through the categories of "past", "future" and "present".
In this article there is an analysis of positions of various authors which exist in science literature about an issue on the rights arising with regard to the object of a public-private partnership agreement, as well as a characteristic of norms of Russian law which cover the matter in question and analysis of some problematic issues arising in process of construction and application of the governing norms in practice.
This book is the first comprehensive study of the Vedic present formations with the suffix ‑ya‑ (‘‑ya-presents’ for short), including both present passives with the accented suffix ‑yá‑ and non-passive -ya-presents with the accent on the root (class IV in the Indian tradition). It offers a complete survey of all ‑ya-presents attested in the Vedic corpus. The main issue in the spotlight of this monograph is the relationship between form (accent placement, diathesis) and function (passive/non-passive) in the system of the -ya-presents – one of the most solidly attested present classes in Sanskrit. One of the aims of the present study is to corroborate the systematic correlation between accent placement and the passive/non-passive distinction: passives bear the accent on the suffix, while non-passives have the accent on the root. The book also focuses on the position of the passive within the system of voices and valency-changing categories in Old Indo-Aryan.