Author: Karavashkin A.V., Yurganov A.L.
Imprint: Moscow, RSUH Publ., 2003. 381 p. (In Russ.)

Abstract: The book deals with the problems of historical phenomenology ― the recently established humanitarian discipline. The axiomatics of historical phenomenology, its distinctive features, gnoseological tools, the basis of non-premise hermeneutics and its practical application are all the subject of the proposed study. The authors have outlined the fundamental principles of the new method, not only designed to complement the traditional methods of working with historical sources, but also capable of largely creating an independent style of humanitarian thinking. Historical phenomenology doesn’t destroy, but modifies and rebuilds the system of known categories, concepts, research techniques and algorithms. For historians, philologists, culturologists and all interested in this issue.