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Title: I. Kant and G. Hegel's Views on Subjectification of Cognitive Process
Authors: Rubanov, Vitaliy Georgievich
Rubanova, Elena Vitalievna
Zeremskaya, Yuliya Aleksandrovna
Keywords: Subject; cognition; mind; subjectivity; objectivity; method; analysis; idea; law; principle; experience; познание; разум; субъективность; анализ; идеи; законы; принципы; опыт
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Rubanov, Vitaliy Georgievich. I. Kant and G. Hegel's Views on Subjectification of Cognitive Process [Electronic resource] / V. G. Rubanov, E. V. Rubanova, Yu. A. Zeremskaya // Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences . — 2015 . — Vol. 166 : Proceedings of The International Conference on Research Paradigms Transformation in Social Sciences 2014 (RPTSS-2014), 16–18 October 2014, Tomsk, Russia . — [P. 651-654] .
Abstract: The aim of the study is to analyze I. Kant and G. Hegel's philosophical theories of subjectification problem of general and scientific cognitive process. Methods of study are logical-historical method and method of comparative analysis. Kant's approach to past scientific experience is examined. The characteristic between a teacher and a student is given. Dynamic cognitive processes are expressed by some ways for material understanding: passive and active ways predetermining dogmatic and critical thinking. Different mindsets, such as ordinary, architectonical, brilliant ones are described. G. Hegel's approach to understanding of the concept “cognition” from its subjectivity and objectivity is examined. Hegel's understanding of theoretical actions discovered in the usage of analysis, synthesis and construction methods is analyzed. The principle of a theoretical cognitive method including objective reality/existence and progress is discovered. Hegel underlines the progress connecting past and present which is a “substantial core”, a product of mind and soul.
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