Ways of problems: Sergey Averintsev between analytic and continental philosophyJournal: Studia Humanitatis (Vol.2023, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2023-07-25
Authors : Markov A.V.;
Page : 19-19
Keywords : Sergey Averintsev; continental philosophy; analytic philosophy; religious philosophy; epistemology;
Despite Sergey Averintsev's belonging to the hermeneutic tradition, radically transformed for the purpose of religious-philosophical generalizations and a general critique of language and culture, a number of provisions of this critique in scientist's final works are close to analytic philosophy rather than continental philosophy. A number of parallels are established between Averintsev's position in distinguishing between poetry and prose genres in a dynamic and ambiguous system of literary production and that of A. Lovejoy, who criticized the Hegelian tradition for introducing new speech genres. Averintsev also admits the continental tradition of genre production as part of literary and intellectual life, while believing that self-identified classical genres can be described in roughly the same way that continental philosophy describes everyday language. But a radical critique of everyday language, based on religious-philosophical presumptions, demands that literary everyday life be recognized as the privilege of an alternative epistemology, inscribing new genres in the epistemological quest of continental philosophy and endorsing its radical moments.
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