Лекции Ф.Р. Анкерсмита

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May. 26th, 2006 | 08:31 pm


представляют курс лекций
члена Королевской нидерландской академии наук,
профессора интеллектуальной истории и исторической теории
Гронингенского университета

Франклина Рудольфа АНКЕРСМИТА

Франклин Рудольф Анкерсмит – выдающийся современный философ истории.
Член редакционного совета международных научных журналов: History and Theory, Rethinking History, CLIO, Historiography East and West, Journal of the interdisciplinary crossroad.
Автор книг: «Нарративная логика» (1983), «История и тропология» (1994), «Эстетическая политика» (1997), «Историческая репрезентация» (2001), «Политическая репрезентация» (2001), «Возвышенный исторический опыт» (2005).

В философии истории Анкерсмит проделал путь от горячего сторонника «постмодернистских» теорий, сводивших назначение исторического знания к задаче конструирования убедительного повествовательного текста, до строгого критика тех же теорий, которые, на его нынешний взгляд, проявляют полное безразличие к теме реального присутствия прошлого в жизни сообщества.


• Мой путь в философии истории

30 мая, РГГУ, ауд. 206 - начало в 12.30

• «Присутствие» и репрезентация

31 мая, ФЭП, конференц-зал - начало в 14.00

• Политический символизм: или как оставаться на поверхности

2 июня, ФЭП, конференц-зал - начало в 12.00

Лекции читаются с переводом.
Телефон для записи на лекции в РГГУ и в ФЭПе: 745-52-25

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Тайные записки Пушкина на парижской сцене

from: anonymous
date: Sep. 21st, 2006 - 02:42 am

Парижская премьера театрального представления по самой скандальной книге в русской литературе Тайные записки 1836-1837 годов А. С. Пушкина (http://www.mipco.com/win/pushrus.html) состоится 27 сентября в Theatre du Marais
В главной роли известный актёр театра, кино и телевидения Manuel Blanc (http://www.allocine.fr/personne/fichepersonne_gen_cpersonne=15050.html).
См. афишу на http://www.mipco.com/gifs/PouchkinePoster.jpg


Holographic Technology

from: anonymous
date: Apr. 17th, 2009 - 09:46 am

Do you think we'll see the day when LCD monitors are replaced by holographic displays? Screens that literally appear out of thin air in full color?

What do you think? Holographic technology is still fairly new but there are scientists out there who believe we've only begun to tap into it.

There are also people working on holographic based cloaking devices for use in combat. In 10 years we could be looking back on the technology of today and laughing.



What should music be about?

from: anonymous
date: Apr. 19th, 2009 - 02:53 am

What are your favourite (lyrical) themes in music?
Are there any you don't like?
I generally dislike love-songs.. or these girl power-thingies you see on MTV (but I guess that's normal for a guy).
Of the music I actually listen to I'm not particular fond of the workers ethics in classic rock songs.. you know, about the booze and the relationships that don't really go your way
I also dislike the superficial 'love for everything'-mumbo jumbo in new age music, it's so cheesy..
And the gore and porno-themes in some heavy metal.
Politics are also a real turn-off for me. Either I disagree with the views (and thus feel annoyed) or because it's too down to earth (I prefer fantasy).
My favourite themes are culture & history, mysticism and the occult, fantasy, war, nature, solitude and anger/hatred. Quite the bombastic stuff.


One of triplets born weeks in advance

from: anonymous
date: Apr. 20th, 2009 - 11:46 am

I don't have a link to the story. I saw it on our news and read the article in our paper today.
A woman was pregnant with triplets. For some reason (they didn't disclose for privacy purposes), one of them was born (not even by c-section but natural way) at 25 weeks and the doctors were successful in stopping the other two from coming out.
So now the woman is taking care of the preemie and is still pregnant with twins. In this case, are they still called triplets?
Anyone heard a familiar case? Supposedly, this is becoming more common especially for pregnancies due to fertility treatments/methods.


Your Favorite Game?

from: anonymous
date: Apr. 21st, 2009 - 02:27 am

So my sister is 10 years old, and has been addicted to board games lately. She asks me like 5 times a day to play the game Life with her or Apples To Apples. So it got me this idea to make this thread.

I would like to know what is your favorite board/card/dice/etc. game, and what was your favorite board/card/dice/etc. game as a child?

My favorite board game is Clue, cause it is not like other board games in my opinion and keeps me entertained. I loved Clue as a kid, and I still do. Other games I enjoy are Uno and Apples To Apples.


Burger King or McDonalds?

from: anonymous
date: Apr. 22nd, 2009 - 01:59 am

I think Burger King is the better fast food joint out of the two of these. The burgers taste better, the fries taste better, the have WAY better pies and the only thing McDonalds does better than them is the chicken nuggets.


Nicholas Cage - Love him or hate him?

from: anonymous
date: Apr. 23rd, 2009 - 04:59 pm

Recently one of my friends started an obsession with the actor Nicholas Cage (mostly because their names are both Nicholas - sounds strange but he is strange and that isn't the point). After asking around the rest of my friends he seems to be a very controversial figure.
What does the forum think? do you love the all action superhero? Or do you hate the droning voice of the man who does nothing but action shooters?


Diets that worked for you?

from: anonymous
date: Apr. 24th, 2009 - 06:41 pm

I've already come to the conclusion that one diet will work wonders for one person yet not make a slight difference to another.
What diets have you done that actually worked for you?
How long did you keep it up? (Yes I'm assuming you gave up at some point)

I've done many diets in my life and each time I gave up keeping it going for various reasons.
One does stand out though and that's the cabbage soup diet. It is meant to cleanse your body of all the bad foods you've had and should only be done for one week since it is not a diet for life. I can say it really worked. My mum and I did it (I think 10 years ago) She lost about 3 kg in that week and looked no different in her appearance. I, on the other hand lost nothing, yet I looked great.
In a nut shell the diet consists of having a certain recipe for cabbage soup which you can eat as much as you want the entire week, and every day you eat something else (can't remember the list though..)

How about you?


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from: anonymous
date: Oct. 18th, 2011 - 01:39 pm

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