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Lepetukhin N.V.

Optimism and Pessimism in Racism (Based on the Theories by J.A. Gobineau and H.S. Chamberlain). P. 5–13

Mamyachenkov V.N.

Response of the Soviet Population to the Adjustment of Ration and Commercial Prices in 1946 (Sverdlovsk Region). P. 14–21


Kaksin A.D., Chertykova M.D.

On Expressing Evidential Meanings: Inference, Citation and Mirative in the Russian Language. P. 22–30

Mukhin S.V.

Participle I and Participium præsentis activi Functioning as Subjective Predicative Attribute in the Gothic and Latin Gospel According to Matthew. P. 31–38

Nagurnaya S.V., Rodionova A.P.

On the Language of Zaonezhye Dwellers in Pre-Revolutionary Sources (Preliminary Review). P. 39–47

Osipova K.V.

Names of Fish Soup in the Russian North: Ethnolinguistic Aspect. P. 48–57

Sibidanov B.B.

Television Media Text: Three Types of Media Situations. P. 58–68

Fatkullina F.G.

Intercategorial Transpositions in the Space of the Semantic Field of Destructiveness. P. 69–75

Reviews and Bibliography

Krasovskaya N.A.

Lexical Atlas of Russian Folk Dialects: Intersection of Linguistic Approaches and Paradigms. P. 135–139

Repnevskiy A.V., Repnevskiy V.A.

Professor Goldin’s Brilliant Gambit. P. 140–146


Antipov G.A.

Behavioural Economics: A Methodological Narrative. P. 76–85

Arutyunyan K.S.

Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to Management Studies in the Context of Scientific Schools of Management: Philosophical Analysis. P. 86–93

Bakuradze A.B.

Research into the Management of Social Organizations: Philosophical and Methodological Aspect. P. 94–102

Demin I.V.

Gustav Shpet’s Hermeneutic Phenomenology: On the Way to the Positive Philosophy of History. P. 103–115

Dureeva N.S., Dureev S.P.

Philosophical Content of the Main World Models. P. 116–124

Krasikov V.I.

Ontological Schemes of Vitalism (by Aristotle, H. Driesch) and Evolutionism (by C. Darwin) in Explaining the Phenomenon of Life. P. 125–134