On the history of Ukrainian philosophy (Vilen Gorskiy as methodologist of historical and philosophical medievalism in Ukraine)

  • Tatiana Tselik Candidate of Philosophy, Associate Professor of the Philosophy Department
Keywords: philosophical culture, culturological approach in the history of philosophy, historical and philosophical medieval history, methodology of historical and philosophical cognition, mythmaking

Abstract

In the present article urgent problems of historical and philosophical knowledge in modern Ukraine are considered. These are not only problems of the domestic history’s formation of the Ukrainian philosophy under conditions of the Soviet epoch and corresponding theoretical and ideological priorities, but also the status of the modern philosophical Ukrainian studies. A special place in the process of institualization of the Ukrainian philosophy’s history is assigned to professor V. S. Gorsky’s scientific contribution, that is why the article contains analysis of his theoretical and methodological heritage, where culturological approach plays an essential role.

The last one allows: 1) to research exactly the sophian dimension the Kievan Rus'philosophical culture, distinguishingbetween the notions “philosophic theory” and “philosophic wisdom”; 2) to analyze historical and philosophical sphere of this philosophical culture as in point of fact a history of values and both significative and vital ideals and ideas; 3) to eliminate the opposition of religio-theological and philosophical interpretation of the same texts, which appear to have interest from the scientific point of view; 4) to broaden a range of sources, including nonverbal ones, which are added into historical and philosophical analysis, (works of monumental painting and architecture) become a source of the historical and philosophical analysis.

For the first time in the article is presented a comparison of the subject field of cultural approach and application of the analytical method in the history of philosophy.

The accent is put on problems of historical and philosophical Ukrainian studies of post-Soviet period and its scientific potential, where the culturological approach preserves methodological reasonability alongside with other methodological principles of normative science.

Author Biography

Tatiana Tselik, Candidate of Philosophy, Associate Professor of the Philosophy Department
Donetsk National University

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2014-06-16
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Tselik, T. (2014). On the history of Ukrainian philosophy (Vilen Gorskiy as methodologist of historical and philosophical medievalism in Ukraine). Sententiae, 30(1), 154-163. https://doi.org/10.22240/sent30.01.154
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