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Pearl Necklace said...

We consider two basic types of legitimation story - one more political, the other more philosophical, but both are of great importance for modern history, particularly the history of knowledge and its institutions.

Method of legitimation, we're talking about, re-enters the story as a form of justification of knowledge and, as such, can act in two ways, depending on whether it is the subject of the story as a cognitive or as practical as a hero of knowledge or a hero of liberty. Because of the existence of this alternative, legitimation not only has always the same meaning, but the story itself seems insufficient to give it the finished look.

Anonymous said...

G. Shpet was one of the first used in the Russian literature the term
semiotics, what we talked about above. His interest in this issue
also grows from the history of the attempts to objectify the historical
tools, to make of history an exact science. In his work "the History
the subject of logic" (written in 1917 and published in 1922, pereezd. in
collection "history of philosophy Yearbook 88". Moscow, 1988), he wrote: "History as
science knows only one source of knowledge -- the word. The word is
the form under which the historian finds the contents of reality,
the subject of his scientific knowledge, and the word is the signfrom
which the historian comes to his subject with its specific content,
the components of the value or meaning of the sign" (Pp. 302-303). As you can see, all
the key concepts of semiotics have already been allocated G. Shpet in this
passage. And then he writes, defining historical material as a fundamentally
communication: "the naturalist reads his own not yet written
work, and the historian -- recorded and generally passed the other" (P. 304).