of the Russian Philosophical Society
No. 2 (42) 2007 (240 p.)
We hereby announce publication and circulation of the Bulletin of the Russian Philosophical Society No. 2, 2007 (Editor-in-Chief, Professor A. N. Chumakov; Executive Secretary, Professor N. Z. Yaroschuk).
The opening column is titled Towards the Twenty-second World Congress of Philosophy
to be held from July 30 to August 5,
To those who will not attend the Congress for various reasons (the would-be participants that might miss the deadlines, the accompanying persons, sponsors, etc.) but would like to join this subsequent train trip a special cultural program will be offered to keep them entertained in South Korea throughout the Congress days.
Please, e-mail or fax your applications to join the trip to the RPhS Presidium to firstname.lastname@example.org or +7-494 637-2402.
Information from the RPhS
Regional Branches and Organisations includes
materials about the activities of the
Events and Comments inform about the Zinoviev Readings in Moscow in memory of the distinguished philosopher Alexander Zinoviev; the forthcoming Days of St. Petersburg Philosophy; the conference commemorating the 150th anniversary of Georgy Plekhanov at the Plekhanov Academy of Economics (Moscow); the seminar on the philosophy and semiotics of culture in Tver; the International Congress-Exhibition Global Education – Education without Borders in Moscow; the Second Russian National Methodological Conference on the Philosophy Manual in Kazan; the International Philosophy Club in Astrakhan; the Marx Readings in Nizhnevartovsk; the Alaya art project within the framework of the Days of St. Petersburg Philosophy; the Russian National Conference on The Problems of Personal and Social Freedom in the Social and Humanitarian Discourse un Kursk; the International Conference on Semyon Frank’s Philosophical Legacy and Our Time in Saratov.
Problems of Teaching
Philosophy present Revival…
through Suicide? by Pr. V. N. Porus (
Read Managing Education:
Contemporary Approaches for Interactive Education of Adults as an Instrument of development by L. A. Ovchintseva,
Ph. D., (
Read Topical Interview
with Pr. O. V. Inshakov, Rector,
Read Philosophy Abroad
for the analytical review of the Interim World Philosophy Congress in
We have opened a new Chinese
Philosophy Page as our contribution to the Year of China in
Read Civil Society for Civic Non-Profit Organisations in Regional
Dimension analysing new trends in the development of civil society in
for Man’s Hidden Hypostases by Pr. A. A. Krushanov
See Raising an Issue
for The Biosocial and Mythological
Sources of Proterrorist Consciousness by V. B. Petukhov,
Cand. Hist. Sc. (
Pursuing the Topic
presents The Other Aspect of Morality as
an Imperative of Demographic Security by Assoc. Pr. A. M. Strakhov
(Belgorod); Youth and Its Place in the
Contemporary World by Pr. Ye. V. Vinogradova
This issue’s Important Talk is On the Philosophy of Marx by Pr. K. N. Lyubutin (Yekaterinburg).
Published By Way of Discussion are Innovative Humanist School and the Spartian Humanist Centre by Pr. V. I. Stolyarov (Moscow); The Problem of Harmony and the Search for It in the Noosphere by Pr. T. N. Suminova (Moscow); On One Concept of Mentality by Assoc. Pr. D. V. Polezhayev (Volgograd); The Twilight of Postindustrial Society and the Philosophic Sense of the Concept of Neoindustrialism by Pr. S. N. Nekrasov (Yekaterinburg); The Russian Philosophy in the Globalised World by Pr. V. I. Krasikov (Kemerovo).
A Topical Issue is discussed in Should There Be Academic Degrees in Humanities by Pr. I. A. Gobozov (Moscow); Contemporary Philosophical ‘Neocolonial’ Russia by Assoc. Pr. K. S. Khrutskoi (Novgorod); The Principles of the Philosophy of Education Under Conditions of Globalisation by Pr. A. I. Uvarov (Moscow); Contemporary Press: The Frame Violation by S. N. Bogolyubova and Pr. V. Ye. Zolotukhin (Rostov-on-Don).
History and Philosophy of Science presents Paradoxes of Contemporary Philosophy of Science by Pr. T. G. Leshkevich (Rostov-on-Don).
Read From the History of Russian Philosophy for The Moral and Legal Potential of the Classical Russian Liberalism by Assoc. Pr. V. P. Pozdnyakov (Moscow); The ‘Organic’ and ‘Organised’ Sovereignty of the Eurasian State by M. Sh. Sharifov, Ph. D. (Baku); Plekhanov and Our Time by V. S. Markov (Moscow).
Our Global Studies column informs of the recent meeting of the Regular Seminar for Global Studies at the RPhS Presidium on the subject of China Under Conditions of Globalisation; the principal speaker was M. V. Karpov, Cand. Hist. Sc.; and of new and forthcoming books in the field in question.
See Polemics for the
clash of opinions on teaching philosophy to postgraduate students; arguing are
Pr. B. I. Lipsky (
presents analysis of some recent publication about synergetics in an open
letter by Pr. G. G. Malinetsky (
Feedback presents an analytical review of RPhS Bulletin 2007:1 by an independent
observer Pr. V. F. Druzhinin (
The Young Philosopher’s
Page presents Axiological
Aspects of Corporate Culture as a Component of Culture by N. V. Kokorina
Philosophy in the Internet
See Philosophers Joke Too for
excerpts from the chapter on Humour and
Politics of Laughter: Sociophilosophical
Analysis by A. V. Dmitriev, Corresponding Member, the
Poetic Page for verse
by Mikhail Sergeyev (
In Pro Memoria
Pr. N. S. Kirabayev (
Our Contemporaries write about the life and works of Vladimir Aleksandrovich Konev (Samara).
Read Useful Information about the international project for Ecological Ethics in the Teaching of Social
and Humanitarian Disciplines of the Department of Philosophy,
Mentioned as Noteworthy is information about the new journal Historic Psychology and Sociology of History; the forthcoming conference on Reintegration of Brotherly Nations of Post-Soviet Republics: A Contemporary Categorical Imperative to be held in Moscow; the forthcoming seminar on Ecological Philosophy and the Concept of Universal Ecology in Kazan; the forthcoming Twelfth International Conference on Philosophical Problems of Social and Humanitarian Sciences in St. Petersburg; the competition on the subject of Scientific and Theological Epistemological Paradigms to be held by St. Apostle Andrew Biblical-Theological Institute.
See also book reviews, annotations, book announcements, information about books and journals available at the RPhS Presidium, doctoral (24) and candidate (107) dissertations in philosophy defended in the second quarter of 2007.
Published also are letters of congratulations on jubilees and other notable events in philosophers’ lives and obituaries.
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’s 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.
The Bulletin’s subscription index in the Rospechat Catalogue is 79643. Please, email your messages addressed to the RPhS Presidium and the RPhS Bulletin Editorial Board to email@example.com. Our Internet website is http://www.logic.ru/~phil-soc. To contact the Editors, please, call +7-495 637-2402 or +7-495 203-9298.