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Васильева В. О. Российская история. 2012. № 6. С. 200-202.
Added: Feb 9, 2013
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Steiner E. S. Cahiers du Monde Russe. 2009. Vol. 50. No. 4. P. 627-646.

The article analyses the relationship of a prominent group of Russian artists, who were active from the 1860s to the 1890s, with the state institutions: the imperial Academy of Arts and with the Court.

Added: Feb 26, 2013
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Schang F. Logic and Logical Philosophy. 2012. Vol. 21. P. 415-438.

A general theory of logical oppositions is proposed by abstracting these from the Aristotelian background of quantified sentences. Opposition is a relation that goes beyond incompatibility (not being true together), and a question-answer semantics is devised to investigate the features of oppositions and opposites within a functional calculus. Finally, several theoretical problems about its applicability are considered.

Added: Oct 31, 2014
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Antipov E. A., Pokryshevskaya E. B. Journal of Targeting, Measurement and Analysis for Marketing. 2011. Vol. 19. No. 1. P. 3-10.

This article addresses the issue of unobserved heterogeneity in film characteristics influence on box-office. We argue that the analysis of pooled samples, most common among researchers, does not shed light on underlying segmentations and leads to significantly different estimates obtained by researchers running similar regressions for movie success modeling. For instance, it may be expected that a restrictive MPAA rating is a box office poison for a family comedy, whereas it insignificantly influences an action movie’s revenues. Using a finite mixture model we extract two latent groups, the differences between that can be explained in part by the movie genre, the source, the creative type and the production method. On the basis of this result, the authors recommend developing separate movie success models for different segments, rather than adopting an approach, that was commonly used in previous research, when one explanatory or predictive model is developed for the whole sample of movies.

Added: Oct 4, 2012
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Goldengorin B. I., Krushinsky D. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 2011. Vol. 6701. P. 503-516.
Added: Jul 30, 2012
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Khoroshkin S. M., Пакуляк С. З. Kyoto Journal of Mathematics. 2008. Vol. 48. No. 2. P. 277-321.
Added: Oct 15, 2012
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Fomichov V. A., Fomichova O. S. Informatica. 2012. Vol. 36. No. 2. P. 121-130.

The paper grounds the necessity of much earlier socialization of children in the Internet age. The main goal is to make children (including teenagers) be aware of possible social consequences of their misuse of information and communication technologies, in particular, of the cell telephones and the Internet. An original method of early forming the cognitive subspace of moral values and social responsibility is stated. It is a part of the System of Emotional-Imaginative Teaching (the EIT-system) developed and successfully tested by the authors during 1990s – 2000s. For describing this method, a new formal notation for representing transformations of the learners’ cognitive-emotional sphere and the spectrum of information processing skills is proposed, it is called the notation of the maps of cognitive transformations. The described method of early socialization and the EIT-system as a whole are interpreted as an important component of cognitonics - a new scientific discipline. The paper also represents a new way of considering impressionism under the frame of cognitonics. An original algorithm of transforming the negative emotions (caused by the messages received from social networks) into the positive ones is proposed. This algorithm considers the possible reactions of a human (including the recommended reactions) to the emotional attacks via social networks. It is proposed to include an analysis of the kind into the program of the interdisciplinary course “Foundations of secure living in information society”.

Added: Nov 20, 2012
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Salamova Z. SERIES. International journal of TV serial narratives. 2016. Vol. 2. No. 1. P. 35-46.

This article explores the results of the adaptation of Louis C.K.’s stand-up persona to the narrative and genre conditions of the sitcom and the television dramedy. The research belongs to the field of television studies and applies narrative analysis (with a focus on characters) to the TV shows "Lucky Louie" (2006) and "Louie" (2010–). The first section of the essay offers an analysis of Louis C.K.’s stand-up performances in order to identify the subject matter of his comedy and the traits of his comic persona. This analysis makes it possible to define the influence of his television projects on the transformation of the original comic character. Unlike the sitcom, dramedy favors genre and narrative experiments and features an ambiguous yet relatable protagonist. This character provides a wider range of opportunities to reinforce the original message about everyday life conveyed in Louis C.K.’s stand-up comedy.

 

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Added: Oct 29, 2017
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Rudakov A. N. Journal fuer die reine und angewandte Mathematik. 1994. Vol. 453. P. 113-135.
Added: Oct 16, 2012
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Naumkin V., Kogan L., Cherkashin D. Archiv Orientalni. 2016. Vol. 2. No. 84. P. 1-19.
Added: Mar 10, 2017
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Иванова Ю. В. Артикульт. 2014. № 13 (1). С. 10-25.

The article examines the argumentative strategies carried out by the Dominican theologist Francisco de Vitoria (c.ca 1483 - 1546) in his famous Relectiones theologicae. The study focuses upon the aporetic notion of the international sociability in Vitoria, making an attempt of a thorough investigation of the juridical and exegetical arguments in the treatise. This approach gives an opportunity to contrast Relectiones to the tradition of the historiographic apology of interventionism, on the one hand, and to the exegetical tradition of the justification of the king’s and Pope’s ‘rights’ on the discovered lands – on the other. It has been shown that we may consider the notion of the ‘just war’ (bellum justum) as a limit-concept, based on the paradoxical structure of ‘exclusion/ inclusion’ in the G. Agamben’s sense. Therefore, this category can be ranked among the numerous limit-concepts of the Early-modern jurisprudence and political theory, such as international sociability, state of exception, and state of nature.

Added: Oct 14, 2014
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Порус В. Н. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2014. Т. XLII. № 4. С. 41-45.
Added: Mar 16, 2015
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Lourié B. Scrinium: Journal of Patrology and Critical Hagiography. 2018. Vol. 14. No. 1. P. 63-74.

SummaryMaximus’ idea of appropriation of the divine will by deified humans, in any consistent interpretation, would mean their deprivation of their own freedom – exactly in the same manner as it could be in the case of servitude to sin. Maximus’ own logic, however, was paraconsistent when applied to the case of deification (whereas not to the opposite case of the servitude to sin). A recourse to a paraconsistent deontic logic was not a uniquely Maximian tool even in the Middle Ages and could serve as an inspiring example for logicians today.

Added: Oct 8, 2018
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Kiritchenko V. A. Mathematical Research Letters. 2002. Vol. 9. No. 6. P. 791-800.
Added: Oct 15, 2012
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Akopov S. Review of Central and East European Law. 2016. Vol. 41. No. 1. P. 1-26.

This article commemorates works of a renowned Russian legal scholar and human-rights activist Aidar R. Sultanov. In doing so, we will use an original methodology of the analysis of transnational intellectuals to consider the work of Sultanov illuminated by the following four approaches: the “We dimension”; the dimension of “Others”; the dimension of Sultanov’s “spatial narratives”; and key “historical narratives”. We concentrate our analysis of Sultanov not only as a legal scholar and human-rights activist but, even more broadly, as a public intellectual—some of whose cultural and philosophical premises have remained implicit but which we believe need to be explored in a brighter light. The latter are taken into consideration, in this essay, so as to speculate about the following: what elements of Sultanov’s worldview make this one of a transnational intellectual and, also, what prompts him to feel obliged to take a stand against attempts to securitize human rights at the national level in the Russian Federation?

Added: Nov 25, 2015
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Araujo V., Bufetov A. I. Ergodic Theory an Dynamical Systems. 2011. Vol. 31. No. 04. P. 1043-1071.

Large deviation rates are obtained for suspension flows over symbolic dynamical systems with a countable alphabet. The method is that of the first author and follows that of Young. A corollary of the main results is a large deviation bound for the Teichm¨uller flow on the moduli space of abelian differentials, which extends earlier work of J. Athreya.

Added: Oct 18, 2012
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Cucciolla R. M. Journalism. 2018. P. 1-16.

In the 1980s, she was a young Russian journalist. It was a question that he was on his case, and that he was on the same page. In the case of the population of the USSR, it’s not a problem. In 1988, For the first time, she read the article. of illness in the republic. These articles are caused by the political debate during the perestroika of the Soviet Communist party. Minkin was viciously attacked by the security authorities. However, it’s not a problem.

Added: Feb 8, 2018
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Rutkevich A. M. Studies in East European Thought. 2017. Vol. 69. No. 4. P. 329-344.

History begins in a struggle producing two figures, Master and Slave. It ends in a “universal and homogeneous state”, an Empire. Revolution with its inevitable terror is the central point in this history. Kojève himself had experienced the Russian revolution and Civil War; in 1920 he left Russia for Germany, where till the end of 1923 he had witnessed the same strife between the “left” and the “right”. This experience is the basis of his view of history, his interpretation of the path from Mastery and Slavery to the figure of the Citizen, to universal recognition. The French revolution with the Jacobins’ terror and Napoleon’s Empire represent for him the model by which to understand not only the revolutions of the twentieth century, but of the entire course of history.

Added: Nov 27, 2017
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Zenkin S. Intellectual History Review. 2016. Vol. 26. No. 1. P. 107-115.

The article compares the ideas of four thinkers of the nineteenth century - Joseph de Maistre, Thomas Carlyle, Karl Marx and Jules Michelet - who, in various aspects, outlined the problems of the non-religious sacred, that is, of the "absolutely different" in personal and social experience.

Added: Jan 31, 2018