Ways of Overcoming Ontological Instability of the Concept of a Subject in Modern Philosophy
Khnykin Denis Antonovich, Krasnoperova Anna Sergeevna, Morozov Konstantin Evgen'evich
Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University
Abstract. The study aims to expose vulnerabilities of the subject-object paradigm in modern philosophy. The article concentrates upon ontological limitations of the concept of a subject and changing the status of an object in subject-object relations in the context of changing characteristics of the object existence. Scientific novelty of the work lies in identifying points of ontological stability and limitations of the subject concept, which could be used in its further theoretical development. As a result of the research, the aspects necessary, from the author’s viewpoint, for building a theoretical model of the modern subject, which would be based on ontological symbiosis of subjective and objective characteristics, are determined.