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Author(s): 
Vladimir Przhilenskiy
Department of Philosophical and Social-Economic Disciplines, Kutafin Moscow State Law University
Petr Kusliy
Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences
Michael Belousov
Center for Phenomenological Philosophy, Russian State University for the Humanities
Sergey Merzlyakov
Department of Philosophical Anthropology of the Philosophical Faculty, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Elena Zolotuhina-Abolina
Department of history of Philosophy of the Faculty of Philosophy and Culturology, Southern Federal University
Issue number: 
No. 1 (Vol. 39)
Pages: 
29-52
Abstract: 

Dr. Zolotuhina_Abolina’s position is countered by opponents who discuss the ways in which what is referred to as “the inner world” is presented in contemporary philosophical investigations, in particular in social constructivism (by Vladimir Przhilenskiy), phenomenology (by Michael Belousov), philosophy of mind (by Sergey Merzlyakov) and philosophy of language (by Petr Kusliy). The discussion concludes with Dr. Zolotuhina_Abolina’s reply to the opponents.

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