A specialist in Chekhov's dramaturgy, a subtle connoisseur of the theater, the author devoted his article to echoes and motives that reflecte the influence of Shakespeare on the Russian playwright.
Anton Chekhov' "O liubvi"("About love") as a dialog with Leo Tolstoy.
The book describes the autobiography in the european literature, the problems of language and translation.
Time in Arendt's texts from ontological or gnosiological question ordinary for philosophy becomes a sphere of philosophical and political, anthropological reasonings. The article is devoted to disclosure of this specified “transformation” and consideration of concepts of time applied by Arendt as intrinsic aspects of active and mental human life. The author reveals the sense of natality in the Arendt's theory of action, gives the interpretation of Kafka's metaphor “nunc stans” (a gap between the past and future) as a definition of category of thinking, analyzes the influence of Augustine's and Nietzsche's philosophy of time on the formation of the topic of temporality in such Arendt's works as “Vita activa” and “The Life of the Mind”.