Крекшин как первый исследователь походных канцелярий "птенцов гнезда Петрова" (по материалам Архива СПБИИ РАН)
The concept of “dialogue of cultures” is considered from two perspectives: as a latent dialogue “Western” and “Soviet” historiographical cultures in the twentieth century, and also in connection with the problem of correct dialogue of cultures in the face of increasing glocalisation and re-narration and confrontation of historical narratives in the transition from postmodern to postpostmodern in the absence of both of methodology and tools to resolve arising conflicts between them. Examines the structuralist essence of the source studies as a scientific discipline in correlation with the structural concept of history, pending registration in the second half of the XX century under the new historical science. It is shown that the source studies get their disciplinary status in connection with the development of the specific structure of the system of historical sources, presenting culture as an special object of their research. Schematically traced the opposition of the structural and narrative history of the end of XIX-early XXI century On the base of structuralist conception of the source studies revealed the epistemological potential of comparative source studies as a method of comparative-historical research applicable to socio-cultural communities of all scale, from local to global.
The article analyses two conceptual gnoseological points made in the last monograph by Olga M. Medushevskaya – one of the ‘information magnetism’ and another on the nature of the types of historical sources. It is shown that no effect of ‘information magnetism’ could be traced in the process of cognition, while a type of sources is not an objective entity but rather a theoretical construct.
The paper characterizes the first steps in research eminent specialist in archeography, source studies, research Metrica of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
In the article the author focuses on the situation with sources for the work of the German philosopher F.W.J. Schelling. The article argues for the necessity of giving up several methodological stereotypes typical for the traditional approaches to the history of the German idealism and tries to outline the main trends of the developing an interdisciplinary research strategy for studies on Schellings philosophical work. The author shows on this example the indissoluble connection between textology and hermeneutics in the history of philosophy.
“The Sermon on Christian and Latin Faith” stands out notably against many other “anti-latin” polemic texts created or copied in Old’ Rus after the Schism of 1054. Both the level of author’s xenophoby and and a specific composition (where much more is said about the danger of contacts with the “wrong-believers” than about the essence of their “errors”) need to be explained. The comparison of the text of the Sermon with the cronicler’s report about the intervention of Hungarian, Polish and Czech rulers in the dynastic conflict between princes Izyaslav Mstislavich and Yury Dolgorukiy allows us to assert, that the creation of the discussed text was directly connected with the struggle for Kiev in 1149–1151.