Why the history of philosophy is needed, how philosophers get into it, who are the most underrated philosophers in history, how to protect the past from the new ethics and why Russian philosophy is unpopular.
Sineokaya Yulia, Doctor of Philosophy, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Vadim Vasilyev, Doctor of Philosophy, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Moderator: Anton Kuznetsov
00:00 - Introduction
00:45 - Why do we need a history of philosophy?
04:19 - Philosophy has no history. History as modernity
05:59 - Is a historian of philosophy a historian or a philosopher?
07:36 - The title of philosopher
10:43 - Not quite a historian and not quite a philosopher
15:27 - How philosophers get into the history of philosophy
18:13 - Undervalued philosophers. Andrey Kolyvanov and Johan Tetens
20:30 - Kant's curse for the philosophers of his time
25:10 - New ethics and the trial of philosophers of the past
31:52 - How to participate in a discussion about the past under moral pressure
35:03 - When not the state, but intellectuals censor history
37:12 - Is philosophy a "commentary on Plato" and nothing more?
43:59 - Examples of philosophical achievements
50:15 - How to change the attitude to philosophy in Russia?
56:05 - Unpopularity of Russian philosophy among Russian philosophers and abroad
01:00:02 - Interesting Russian philosophers
01:06:52 - The success of German philosophy - the absence of complexes
01:08:57 - Summary from Mary
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