Peculiarities of the methodological innovations in the philosophical and religious sphere: spiritual and cultural context
Keywords:God, Godly names, idea, typification, confessional system
For the first time on the basis of the heritage of Ukrainian philosophers of 1860s-1930s specifics of the function of philosophical and religious ideas in the interaction with methodology is analyzed. In the article the author considers the idea of God thought the system of His names, using etymological and semantically approaches. Also the author analyzes the idea of God in anthropological and ontological meanings. With the help of structural approach the author clarifies the harmonization of the inner world of ideas. The functional approach helps to find the multidimensionalness of thinking process when the elements of synthesis and the symphony are established. The author stresses: Ukrainian thinkers as Novytski, Gogotski, Linytski, Kozlov, Berdyaev, Kostelnyk and others were introduced the new approaches to comprehending of the idea of God on the border of interreligious communications and interdisciplinary space. Their specifics of methodological thinking is the attention for different manifestation of the temporal rhythm as one of the most effective constructs in the exploration of given idea. The second peculiarity is inclusiveness of the isolated elements from the different branches of knowledge (psychophysics, moral philosophy, the history of religion etc.) in order to penetrate in the inner worlds of Pagans and Christians. Since those thinkers consider the possibility of typification of the common and the different in the spiritual life of the representatives of those religions. Their typification attests the continuous improvement of the confessional systems of Paganism and Christianity. The author comes to the conclusion that the methodology of the exploration of the idea of God is the polyvariant.
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