In the article about the miracle, the author sketches briefly the history of philosophy of miracle, in which the miracle appears as a manifestation of the significance of being and truth in this world. The miracle is considered from Antiquity (Plato and Aristotle) till contemporary phenomenologists, who are the representatives of the theological or religious turn in phenomenology (Marion, Manoussakis, Kearney).
The author of the monograph considers the phenomenon of dialogue in the context of the philosophy of dialogue and personalism. Therefore, the author’s approach to realizing dialogue is called “dialogical personalism” and its method is a
phenomenological description. There are different levels of intentional bias between Me and Thou. The author argues that