We hereby announce publication and circulation of the Bulletin of the Russian Philosophical Society No. 3, 2006 (Editor-in-Chief, Professor A. N. Chumakov; Executive Secretary, Professor N. Z. Yaroschuk).
The issue opens with the Editor’s Column by Pr. A. N. Chumakov writing on The Social responsibility of Philosophy.
from the RPhS Regional Branches and Organisations includes materials about the new RPhS
section on General Foundations of Being;
the conference on Creating a Humane
Society held at the
Events and Comments inform about the First Russian National Students and Young Scholars Conference on Artificial Intelligence: Philosophy, Methodology, Innovations at the Moscow State Institute for Radio Technology, Electronics and Automatics; on the Sixth International Jubilee Readings on The Optina Pustyn and Russian Culture (Kaluga); the Interuniversity Symposium on Problems of Humanism (Vladimir); the Russian National conference on Risk Society and the 21st Century Humans: Alternatives and Scenarios (Saratov).
We introduce a new column: Towards the Twenty-second World
Congress of Philosophy. Here the
readers will find the basic information about the congress to be held from
July 30 to August 5,
Philosophy informs of the proceedings
of the UNESCO Baikal International Conference on Ecological Ethics and Education for Sustainable Development (
Under Managing Education: Contemporary Approaches Pr. V. N. Belov, Dean, Faculty of Philosophy and Psychology, Chernyshevsky State University (Saratov) shares his University experience in philosophical education.
of Foreign Colleagues include The Problem of Man in Contemporary
Philosophical Anthropology by V. Bukreyev, Ph. D. (
of Philosophical Cooperation informs
of the meeting with Chinese philosophers at the RPhS
Presidium; and the conference on A. Bogdanov and Philosophical Discourse in Russian in the
Context of Modernity (
Read Civil Society for Civic-mindedness as Educational Problem by Pr. A. I. Orekhovsky and O. B. Fomichyova (Novosibrsk).
The Global Studies column informs of the proceedings of the Global Studies regular seminar at the RPhS Presidium.
First Person presents Antiquity and Modernity by Pr. F. H. Kessidi (
The Standpoint presents The
Beautiful Stranger Named ‘Soul’ by Pr. A. A. Krushanov (
Thinking Aloud is Assoc. Pr. L. A. Dyomina in her hermeneutical apology titled Essay on Friendship.
Published By Way of Discussion are Soviet and
Post-Soviet Philosophy: Past and Thoughts by Pr. V. I. Krasikov (
A Topical Issue is discussed in Needed
a Commission on Science in the RAS [the
This issue’s Important Talks are by Assoc. Pr. K. S. Khrutsky (
Anthropology presents On Human in Postmodernism by
Assoc. Pr. R. M. Aleinik (
Under Philosophy and Culture column read Two
Phenomena of Our National Culture by L. A. Bulavka,
Ph. D. (
History of Russian Philosophy
presents The Theme of Russia in the
Writings of I. A. Ilyin by
Assoc. Pr. Ye. V. Vinogradova (
of the Day presents The President’s Wife as a Would-Be
President by Assoc. Pr. A. G. Pyrin (
The Young Philosopher’s Page presents Early 20th-century Russian Philosophers on Social Crisis by A. A. Cherepanov, postgraduate student (Tver).
See Philosophy in the Internet for The Internet
as a Means of Mass Communication and Information by Ye. Yu. Zhuravlyova, postgraduate student
Foreign Journal presents Bulletin of the Institute for Human
Mentioned as Noteworthy is information about joining the
cultural pilgrimage to
Read Useful Information about the Russian Philosophical Gazette; the analytical newspaper Argumenty nedeli [The Arguments of the Week]; the Sixth Frolov Readings; the conference on Problems of Informatics: Philosophy, Theory of Science, Education (St. Petersburg); the conference on The Philosophy of Conscience: History and the Present (Faculty of Philosophy, Moscow State Lomonosov University); The Days of St. Petersburg Philosophy, 2006; the philosophical congress to be held in India.
Read the Feedback for the analytical review of RPhS Bulletin 2006:2 presented by independent reviewer Pr. V. F. Druzhinin (
The section Projects and Proposals of RPhS Members informs of the voluntary contributions to the RPhS fund by A. G. Pyrin (23,000 roubles) and G. N. Mezentsev (50,000 roubles).
See also book
reviews, annotations, book announcements, information on new books and journals available at the RPhS
Presidium, books published by the
See Philosophers Joke Too for The Cellular
Phone by Fyodor Selivanov (
The Poetic Page presents Immortality
by Anatoly Averyanov (
Published also are letters of congratulations on jubilees and other notable events and obituaries.
The readers are informed of the Russian Philosophical Society’s organizational structure, consisting of the Presidium, the Inspection Committee, 114 regional branches, 49 field branches, 53 primary units of the Moscow Philosophical Society; we also publish the complete RPhS membership list (5,337 members).
Read also requirements for the RPhS membership for 2007. Like in all other issues of the Bulletin it is explained that the Russian Philosophical Society counts as its members only those who have paid the yearly membership fee and have been consequently included in the current year membership list. They henceforward enjoy all the privileges of the Society members, including subscription to the RPhS Bulletin. Full membership lists are published yearly in RPhS Bulletin No. 3 for the year in question; additions to the membership lists, in RPhS Bulletin No. 4.
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