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Polataiko S.V., Machkarina O.D.

Intellectual synthesis of a transcendental subject in the unity of geographical and social environments

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Abstract. In the paper the elucidation of mechanisms of intellectual synthesis of subjectivity and subject has been considered. It has been shown that intellectual synthesis acts as a demarcation principle between geographical and social media and at the same time is the essential foundation of the unity of these two media. As a theoretical basis the transcendental teaching about origins of Kant has been taken. The detailed analysis of philosophical foundations of classical transcendental aesthetics allows the authors to trace the mechanisms of formation of subjectivity and subject and to identify the direction and form of transgression and transformation.

Keywords: intellectual synthesis, subject, social subject, subjectivity, pure form of reason, geographical environment, social environment, transcendent, transcendental, empirical, intuition, sensitivity, forms of sensitivity, education, concept, augmented reality, mixed reality

Printed reference: Polataiko S.V., Machkarina O.D. Intellectual synthesis of a transcendental subject in the unity of geographical and social environments // Vestnik of MSTU. 2013. V. 16, No 2. P. 360-366.

Electronic reference: Polataiko S.V., Machkarina O.D. Intellectual synthesis of a transcendental subject in the unity of geographical and social environments // Vestnik of MSTU. 2013. V. 16, No 2. P. 360-366. URL: http://vestnik.mstu.edu.ru/v16_2_n52/360_366_polata.pdf.

(In Russian, p.7, fig. 2, ref 4, Adobe PDF)