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TEACHING - METHODICAL MATERIAL OF DISCIPLINE.

OBLIGATORY READING MATERIALS.

A. IN RUSSIAN.

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B. IN ENGLISH.

1. Macklain N. Introduction to philolsophy. Washington, 2000.

2. Husserl E. Phenomenology and the crisis of philosophy. - New York, 1965.

3. Heidegger M. Existence and being. - Chicago, 2001.

4. Grube G.M. The Greek and Roman philosophy. - London, 2002..

5. Gendlin E.T. Experience and the creation of meaning. - New York, 1962.

6. Elrod J.W. Being and existence in Kierkegaards pseudonymous works. - Princeton, 1975

7. Dummett M. Frege:Philosophy of language. - New York e.a., 1973.

8. Richardson G.T. Greek philosophy. London. 1989.

9. The Encyclopedia of Eastern Philosophy and Religion (1994). Boston: Shambhala.

10. Gard Richard (1962). Buddhism. NY: George Braziller.

11. Galakher H.O. History of Philosophy. N.Y. 2000..

12. Erricson T.U. Medieval philosophy. London. 1992.

13. Davidson E.G. Renaissance philosophy. N.Y. 1994.

14. Fanish T.R. Western philosophy. Chicago. 1986.

15. Rederich H.I. Contemporary philosophy. London. 1986.

 

ADITIONAL READING MATERIALS.

1. Miller J. H. Tradition and difference, rev. of M. H. Abrams' Natural supernatural // Diacritics. -- Baltimore. 2000.

2. Michel Foucault: Power, truth and strategy. / Ed.wlth a pref. By Meaghan M., Patton P. -- Sydney, 1979.

3. Mead G. H. Mind, Self and society. -- Chicago, 2000. -- XXXVIII, 400.

4. Martin Heidegger and the question of literature: Toward a postmod. lit.hermeneutics. /

Ed. by Spanos W. V. -- Bloomington; L..2000.

5. Lentricchia F. Criticism and the social change. -- Chicago, 1983.

6. Johnson B. The critical differance: Essays in the contemporary rhetoric of reading.

Baltimore, 2000.

7. Esseverial T.R. Philosophy and culture. Bloomington. 1984.

8. Bakhtin M. M. Toward a philosophy of the act. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1993.

9. Fromm E. To have or to be? New York: Harper & Row, 1976.

10. Klir G. J. An approach to general systems theory. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold

Co., 1969.

11. Philosophy of the Humanistic Society. Edited by A. E. Koenig. Washington, D.C.:

University Press of America, 1981.

12. Toulmin St. Human understanding. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1972.

 

 

9 . LIST OF THEMES FOR WRITTEN STUDENTS WORK.

1. Philosophy of Taoism.

2. Philosophy of Confucianism.

3. Philosophy of Buddhism.

4. Philosophy of Jainism.

5. Hindu Philosophy.

6. Ancient Greece philosophy.

7. Philosophy of Socrates.

8. Philosophy of Plato.

9. Philosophy of Aristotle.

10. Christianity.

11. Islam.



12. Philosophy of al-Faraby.

13. hilosophy of Acvinatus.

14. rt, culture and religion in Renaissance

15. hilosophy of N. Machiavelli.

16. hilosophical worldview of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.

17. Innovations in science, culture and in philosophy.

18. Philosophy of Diderot.

19. Philosophy of J. J. Rousseau.

20. Philosophy of Voltaire.

21. Transcendental idealism of I. Kant.

22. Moral philosophy of I. Kant.

23. Philosophical views of Fichte, Schelling and Hegel.

24. Existentialism.

25. Positivism.

26. Phenomenology.

27. Pragmatism.

28. Marxism.

29. Scientism.

30. Philosophy and culture.

31. Kazakh philosophy.

9. THEME FOR ESSAYS WORK.

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