Рус Eng During last 365 days Approved articles: 1921,   Articles in work: 310 Declined articles: 803 
Library
Articles and journals | Tariffs | Payments | Your profile

Back to contents

Notes on space
Spektor David Mikhailovich

PhD in Architecture

Docent, the department of Architecture, Moscow State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

109451 Russia, Moscow, 3-ya Kabelnaya 1

daspektor@mail.ru
Другие публикации этого автора
 

 

Abstract.

The subject of this research is space in the new meaning acquired in the late XX century, gradually substituting the exclusively occupying philosophy “time”. This process is far from being completed, as this research makes no pretense on the finality of conclusions, first and foremost charting the new approached to understanding, leaning on the philosophy of space, history of its creation, particular organoleptics, bodily allusions and initial differentiation, to which are referred the specificities of the sacred and the secular. Method of research is based on analysis and reconstruction of the concepts of “space”, tracing of its archaic origins and logics of its establishment, which besides the acquisition of depth, juxtaposing the previous dimensions of the “sublime” and “earth” with differentiations of the “capital” and virtual. The scientific novelty lies in revelation of genesis of the spatial categories, particularly the criticism of fairly influential representations concerning the “externalization” and “alienation” of space. Reference to the actual history demonstrate that space begins from the “alienation” of human “essence” from a separate individual-body, its subordination to the logics of the universal being. As the latter releases from metaphysical allusion, it must be considered in own completion, such mechanism that appear on one hand as spatial (combination of the appointed places: temple, palace, square, city), and on the other – space of the machines and mechanisms of modernity and compatibility of the action.

Keywords: virtual, city, temple, mechanisms, secular, sacred, body, time, space, capital

DOI:

10.7256/2585-7789.2017.3.25180

Article was received:

10-01-2018


Review date:

17-01-2018


Publish date:

02-05-2018


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

References
1.
Sloterdaik P. Sfery. Plyural'naya sferologiya. T. III. Pena. SPb.: «Nauka», 2010. 928 s.
2.
Filippov A. F. Sotsiologiya prostranstva. SPb.: «Vladimir Dal'», 2008. 290 s.
3.
Moss M. Obshchestva. Obmen. Lichnost'. Trudy po sotsial'noi antropologii / sost., per. s fr., predislovie, vstupit, stat'ya, kommentarii A. B. Gofmana. M.: KDU, 2011. 416 s.
4.
Myers F. R. Emotions and the Self // Ethos. V. 7. 1979.
5.
Myers F. R. The Logic and Meaning of Anger Among Pintupi Aborigines // Man. V. 23. № 4. 1988.
6.
Liberman K. Understanding Interaction in Central Australia. London, 1985.
7.
Gennep A., van. Obryady perekhoda. Sistematicheskoe izuchenie obryadov / per. s frants. M.: Izd. firma «Vostochnaya literatura» RAN, 1999. 198 s. (Etnograficheskaya biblioteka).
8.
Grois B. Iskusstvo utopii. M.: Izd-vo «Khudozhestvennyi zhurnal», 2003. 374 s.
9.
Gupevich A. Ya. Izbrannye trudy. Kul'tura srednevekovoi Evropy. SPb.: Izd-vo S.-Peterb. un-ta, 2007. 544 s.
10.
Lefevr Α. Proizvodstvo prostranstva / per. s fr. M.: Streike Press, 2015. 432 s.
11.
Delez, Zhil'. Skladka. Leibnits i barokko / obshchaya redaktsiya i poslesl. V. A. Podorogi; per. s frants. B. M. Skuratova. M.: Izd-vo «Logos», 1997. 264 s.
12.
Sloterdaik P. Sfery. Makrosferologiya. Tom II. Globusy. SPb.: Nauka, 2007. 1024 s.
13.
Kastel's M. Informatsionnaya epokha: ekonomika, obshchestvo i kul'tura / per. s angl., nauch. red. O. I. Shkaratana. M.: GU VShE, 2000. 606 s.