Сети сквозь поколения: почему личные связи философов важны для их творчества

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колько сетей, что отчасти оправдано меньшим влиянием философов последних веков. Например, китайскую сеть я довел только до 1565 г. н.э. На мой взгляд, наиболее важные пробелы остаются в сетях буддийских философов Тибета и Кореи (хотя некоторые из основателей тибетских линий преемственности обнаруживаются в индийской сети).

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1 Имеется в виду Приложение 3 к книге "Социология философий" (в настоящую публикацию Приложение 3 не включено). Прим. ред.

2 Автор называет доминирующих философов также "звездами" (stars) Прим. пер.

3 "Число активных школ мысли, которые воспроизводятся в дискурсивном сообществе на протяжении более чем одного или двух поколений, обычно колеблется в диапазоне от трех до шести. Есть нижний предел их числа, и он строго определен: в отсутствии соперничающих позиций творчество едва ли может появиться, поэтому в любой творческий период почти всегда существуют, по меньшей мере, три таких позиции. Есть и верхний предел: если где-то существует более четырех или шести отчетливо сформулированных позиций, то большинство из них не передается последующим поколениям" (гл. 3). Прим. пер.

4 Вычислено на материале [McEvedy and Jones, 1978, p. 342354]).

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