PHILOFHI (PHILosophy OF HIstory & theoretical history)

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PHILOFHI (PHILosophy OF HIstory & theoretical history)
Date: Sat, 3 Sep 1994 12:58:44 -0400 (EDT)
From: Ann Okerson <ann@cni.org>
Subject: PHILOFHI Announcement (fwd)

Something between a journal and a discussion -- the Internet brings
us many new wonderful hybrids. But we didn't know what to make of
the lower date stamp on Dr. Rozov's submission. Anyone out there
understand this?

The NewJour-L moderators
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From: "Nikolai S. Rozov" <rozov@adm.nsu.nsk.su>
Date: Tue, 1 Jan 1980 00:05:21 +0700
Subject: PHILOFHI Announcement

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ANNOUNCEMENT
Dear colleagues! You are invited to take part in the Discussion of

PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY & THEORETICAL HISTORY
(PH&TH) problems.

Title of List: PHILOFHI (PHILosophy OF HIstory & theoretical history)
Moderator: Nikolai S. Rozov <rozov@adm.cnit.nsk.su>

Level: academic

How to subscribe: to GET the file PHILOF HISTORY (list
PHILOSOP) and then to get in touch with the
list owner Nikolai S. Rozov.

Description: During each 3 months phase a definite group of
problems is discussed (see below).

The philosophical and social ideas of Kant, Hehel, K.Marx, H.Rickert,
M.Weber, O.Spengler, A.Toinby, K.Jaspers, R.Collingwood, B.Malinowski,
A.Kroeber, F.Braudel, K.Popper, I.Wallerstein and many other authors are
considered. Original systemic, rational, constructive, value and wide
worldview approaches to the History and Futures of Humanity are
especially appreciated.

There is a file PHILOF HISTORY (list PHILOSOP) which contains the
following information concerning this Discussion:

1. ANNUAL AGENDA OF DISCUSSION (for 1994).
2. The formulation of 10 groups of PROBLEMS FOR DISCUSSION in
the field of PH&TH:

"Exterior problems"(EP) - the PH&TH problems that are not only
interesting to professional philosophers and specialists in Social and
Historical Sciences.
EP1. PROBLEMS OF HISTORICAL MECHANISMS
EP2. PROBLEMS OF THE STRUCTURE OF HISTORY
EP3. PROBLEMS OF THE MEANING OF HISTORY
EP4. PROBLEMS OF SELF-DETERMINATION IN HISTORY
EP5. PROBLEMS OF ETHICAL & PRACTICAL ISSUES

"Interior problems"(IP) - the PH&TH problems that are mainly
interesting for specialists in Philosophy, Social and Historical
Sciences.
IP1. "THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY" PROBLEMS
IP2. METHODOLOGICAL PROBLEMS of PH&TH
IP3. ONTOLOGICAL PROBLEMS of PH&TH
IP4. VALUE PROBLEMS of PH&TH
IP5. EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS of PH&TH

3. The Goals and Organization of Discussion (primary suggestions).
4. PROFESSIONAL ETHICS OF DISCUSSION.
5. THE LIST PHILOFHI
5.1. "Home" problem
5.2. List Files
5.3. Some recommended literature
6. The APPEAL to Discussion Participants.

If you are interested, you can GET the file PHILOF HISTORY (list
PHILOSOP), i.e. send to e-mail address

in Bitnet: LISTSERV@EARN.YORKVM1

or in Internet: LISTSERV@VM1.YorkU.CA

the command:

GET PHILOF HISTORY PHILOSOP

Addition July 1994:

The following files are attainable for everybody by the same way:

o PHILOFHI ANBIBL (data of some books and papers concerning PH&TH +
English Summaries of the books:
N.S.Rozov. The Structure of Civilization and World Development
Trends. Novosibirsk, 1992,
N.S.Rozov. The Philosophy of Humanities. Moscow, 1993)

o PHILOFHI EPIS (the initial statement about Structure of History
concepts: historical systems, historical transitions, etc.),

o PHILOFHI IPIS (the initial statement about types of PH&TH
conceptions in Western tradition: 30 taxons are revealed).

Owner of the list PHILOFHI (info file: PHILOF HISTORY PHILOSOP)
Nikolai S. Rozov,
Ph.D., Dr.Sc.(Social Philosophy)
Dept.Philosophy, Novosibirsk State University
ADDRESS: 630090, Novosibirsk, Pirogova 2, Russia
FAX: 7/3832/35 52 37
E-MAIL: rozov@adm.cnit.nsk.su
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Original posting date: 
Sunday, July 30, 1995
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