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History

Anan’ev D.A.

The History of the Development of the Northern Sea Route as Presented in English- and German-Language Historiography. P. 5–14

Goldin V.I.

The Russian Revolution on the Scales of History: Considerations Following the Centenary. P. 15–25

Gorlova N.I.

The History of Volunteerism in the Soviet Union as Reflected in the Collections of the Central Russian Archives. P. 26–35

Shibaev M.A.

One Aspect of the History of Book Writing in the Monastery of St. Cyril of Beloozero in the Mid-15th Century. P. 36–42

Philosophy, Sociology, Politology

Kobyakova I.I.

Teleonomic Systems (on the Specific Features of the Systems Approach). P. 43–52

Kolychev P.M., Khakhalova A.A.

Social and Anthropological Aspects of the Activity Approach in Russian Philosophy. P. 53–60

Mozzhilin S.I.

Homogeneity of Language and Religion: The Psychoanalytic Approach. P. 61–69

Sergeychik E.M.

Philosophical Foundations of the Anthropological Approach in Post-Classical Science. P. 70–82

Philology

Katermina V.V.

Proper Name in Different Types of Discourse (Based on English Neologisms). P. 83–89

Krapivkina O.A.

Pragmatics of the We-Pronoun in Russian Legal Discourse. P. 90–98

Maklakova E.M., Magfurova S.O.

Synonyms and Structural Variants of Proverbs with the Zoonym Component in English, French and Russian. P. 99–105

Mungalova T.I., Fedotova I.P.

Military Loan Words in the English Language: A Diachronic Aspect. P. 106–115

Selyutin A.A.

Generative Model of Creative Language Use in Media Environment: Precedent Text and Its Reception. P. 116–123

Fayzullina N.I.

The Structural Organization of English and Russian Folk Riddles. P. 124–132

Reviews and Bibliography

Dregalo A.A., Ul’yanovskiy V.I.

Resources of Philosophical Knowledge Visualization. P. 133–138

Mikhaylov V.V.

“I Did It Because I Was Deluded and Poorly Informed About the Soviet Government…”. P. 139–144