The following article is devoted to analysis of civil identity's social foundations through the actor-network theory framework. Three aspects are considered: the specific character of civic identity as a subject-object interaction between the actor and the state, the network interactions in the «real» and «virtual» spaces, social memory, social and cultural experience, socially-relevant knowledge as a basis for forming a shared social context of civic identity.
Modes of matematical applications in different areas of activity connected with the cycles of mathematics development.
This article is dedicated to the First World War 100th anniversary and analyze Russian society ideological basis. Author is trying to find out the understanding of the Wolrd War I in works of Moscow Vladimir Soloviev's religious-philosophical society. Society members were rather influential in Russian intellectual world. Among them E.N. Trubetskoy, S.N. Bulgakov, N.A. Berdyaev, S.L. Frank, V.F. Ern and others could be named. It is essential to treat these authors’ war interpretations if we are speaking about public opinion of that period. They were carrying different points on nature of war, its aims and sense. However, mentioned philosophers shared one common belief – Great War is unique occurrence when Russia must reveal its special spirit. That is why the First World War was understood not only as political fighting but also as collision of ideologies.
Analysis of the current situation in the sphere of the present-day scientific discourse in national languages demonstrates the significance of describing the actual state of language in-depth not merely for identification of normative values, but for prediction of development trends as well. The paper is an effort to describe and analyze some features of the present-day professional scientific communication, which affect directly the development both of the language of the German linguistics, in particular, and the language of the German science as a whole.
In the reign of Louis the Pious the popularization of Christianity among Saxons started. In order to get their attention to the newly imposed religion, the Germanic poetry was used as a tool. The most famous example of the Saxon Christian epic poetry is the Heliand.
Several aspects of the transformation of ideas about the concept of space and its properties are being analyzed through a historical perspective. The research results in the particular conclusions on these ideas development in the context of modern science.