TSPU professor made a report at international symposium in Bulgaria
TSPU professor, the head of the International scientific and practical center of axiology and methodology of moral and spiritual education Anastasia Nikolaevna Koshechko became the participant of the International symposium « Anthropology of Dostoevsky. Man as a problem and object of image in the world of Dostoevsky» that took place in Sofia (Bulgaria).
The symposium was attended by more than 50 scientific experts from 16 countries of the world in the field of literary studies, linguistics, philosophy, theology, psychology, psychoanalysis, anthropology. The theme of the symposium has forms three leading problem-thematic areas in which presentations of the participants were presented:
1) Dostoevsky's anthropology in view of philosophical anthropology and the European culture of the twentieth century;
2) Dostoevsky's anthropology in the perspective of Russian religious-philosophical thought and Russian culture of the twentieth century;
3) the problem of a man in the novel "Idiot".
Anastasia N. presented a report “The existential fate of F.M. Dostoevsky: ways to reflect the word ". The work was devoted to the study of the sources of the formation of an existential world image in the works of the writer. Particular attention was paid to the analysis of the existential meanings of Dostoevsky's work and the corresponding text-generating methods. The relevance of the stated theme was determined by the peculiarities of the writer's personality and his characters, the phenomenological nature of his texts, which can be considered as certain existential constants providing spiritual, value-semantic supports for self-determination and self-identification of a person. An important idea of the report related to the relevance of Dostoevsky's creativity and the existential meanings embodied in it regarding a person and society at the end of the XVIII century, an epoch of a colossal value and ideological shift.
In the framework of the presentation of the symposium A.N. Koshechko presented her monograph «The Existential Fate of F. M. Dostoevsky: ways to reflect the word», which was given to the Bulgarian society of Dostoevsky.