Alexander I. Bulgarov
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Postgraduate
E-mail: bulgarov-333 [at] mail.ru
Abstract . The article considers and develops the ideas of singular anthropology, formulated in the philosophical Manifesto of the Moscow Anthropological School, from the point of view that philosophy is understood not as a love of wisdom, but as a conscious madness. Man here appears not as a biosocial being, and not as a rational being, but as a being dreaming in reality, as a being United in two persons, the duality and unity of which is interpreted from the position of singular events. They are the focus of singular anthropology, as events in which there is a transformation of what should destroy a person into what becomes his salvation, his new horizon of life
Keywords: singular anthropology, duality, language, digital philosophy, singular event, time, reality, consciousness, man, freedom, spontaneity, thinking.
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