ATTITUDE TO THE PHENOMENON OF CONFLICT AS A CRITERION FOR DIVISION OF PHILOSOPHICAL TRADITION INTO POSITIVIST-RATIONAL AND TRANSCENDENT-IRRATIONAL TRADITIONS IN THE 19TH - BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURIES*
Shurygina O. V.
Shurygina, Olga Vladimirovna – Lecturer of Baikal-Amur Institute for Railway Transport (affiliate of Far East State Transportaion University) (Tynda).
The paper reveals understanding of the phenomenon of conflict through two contradictory philosophical traditions: positivist-rational and transcendent-irrational. First, the basis of the former: conjunction in the universality of a rational beginning and, as a result, determinism. Second: conviction in the absence of a universal, rational beginning and, as a result, indeterminism and, simultaneously, conviction in the existence of transcendence in dialogue, in intersubjective intersections and in interrelated communication technologies, which give an individual existential guarantee of existence.