Ce recueil inclut des articles d’orientalistes russes et français consacrés à différents aspects du développement des recherches sinologiques et japonologiques anciennes et contemporaines dans les deux pays, ainsi qu’à l’histoire de l’interaction des traditions sinologiques russes et françaises.
In the Methodical grant technological bases of performance of tasks at the rate "Materials science" are stated, the main receptions and features of process of work in technicians of a batic, a list on glass, a decoupage are considered. The original technique on installation interpretation performance on the basis of the analysis of work of the fine arts is presented. The sequence of performance of tasks is presented as the complex, comprehensive solution of a specific objective with the description of stage-by-stage performance of an outline row, with the subsequent detailed performance of art object.
Based upon the theories of Western researchers such as W. Hane‑ graaff, A. Faivre, and E. Asprem, the paper offers an analysis of the relationship between science and “Western esotericism” in the 19th and early 20th century. It discusses the theory of “seculariza‑ tion of Western esotericism” that led to the formation of the two new distinct forms: “romanticism” and “occultism”. The fault line that divides them was the attitude toward modern science. “Occultism” of E. Blavatsky, A. Besant, C. Leadbeater, R. Steiner, A. Saint-Yves d’Alveydre, Papus, A. Stoker, and the Society for Psychical Research, was a form of adaptation of esotericism to new scientific, positivistic worldviews and procedures. By contrast, “romanticism,” represented by the “new alchemy” and “integral traditionalism,” asserted incom‑ patibility of esotericism and science and promoted esoteric knowledge as an irreconcilable alternative to the modern worldview.