of the Russian Philosophical Society
No. 2 (46) 2008 (240 p.)
We hereby announce publication and circulation of the Bulletin of the Russian Philosophical Society No. 2, 2008 (Editor-in-Chief, Professor A. N. Chumakov; Executive Secretary, Professor N. Z. Yaroschuk).
The Editor’s Column titled Change of Paradigm outlines the Society’s primary taks, including
organization of the Fifth Russian Philosophical Congress to be held in
See Towards the
Twenty-second World Congress of Philosophy for the basic information about the forthcoming
congress on Rethinking Philosophy Today (
from the RPhS Regional Branches and Organisations includes materials about the activities of the
See News from the Moscow Philosophical Society for information about the MPhS activities in the last year; the students’ circle for philosophy and ethics at the Moscow State Juridical Academy; the round table, joined by the cultural branch of the Iranian Embassy in Moscow, on Imam Khomeini’s Philosophical Ideas in the Context of the Eurasian Conception of Uniting the Peoples of the World.
and Comments inform
about the conference Towards the 22nd
World Congress of Philosophy in
of Teaching Philosophy present Prof. V. N. Porus’s (
Read Managing Education: Contemporary Approaches for Modernising Projects in Education ManagementModernising Projects in Education Management by V. V. Mironov, Corresponding Member, the Russian Academy of Sciences, Vice Presiden, the Russian Philosophical Society (Moscow).
See Scholarly Life in the Near Abroad for information about contemporary
cultural research in
Civil Society presents Laws and Society by T. B. Dlugach, D. Philos. Sc.
Talk presents Nature, Man, Society as Philosophical
Way of Discussion
are The Sociocultural Aspect of Forming Integral
Perosnality by A. A. Somkin (
A Topical Issue is discussed in Evolution Theory and Culture’s Ethical
Guidelines by L. V. Fesenkova, Cand. Philos. Sc. (
Read History and
Philosophy of Science for information about International Workshop on
Modern Challenges in the Light of History
and Philosophy of World Economy in
Polemics present The Time of Objective Reality: Its Philosophical Foundation and
Experimental Confirmation by T. P. Lolayev (Vladikavkaz) followed by a review of
T. P. Lolayev’s article by A. Yu. Sevalnikov (
the Topic presents Time and/or Eternity: Social Roots of
‘Religious Turn’ in Philosophy (Apropos the Theory of P. P. Gaidenko)
by Prof. M. M. Prokhorov (
Prospects of Understanding presents Sufism and Eurasianism:
Common Sources by Prof. M. I. Bilalov (
presents The Fascination of Theatre by
Prof. N. Z. Yaroshchuk (
of Nation’s Health
presents an article by Ye. K. Matevosova, student (
Read Philosophy of
Business for Globalisation Processes and Economies of
Russian Regions: The
Read Continuing the
Debate for Barriers in Comprehensive Education of Our
Young Co-Citizens Are Inadmissible by Yu. V. Burdakov (
See Responses to Our
Publications for Does Society Need Philosophy? by A. B. Shulyndina, Cand. Philos. Sc. (
Feedback presents an analytical review of RPhS Bulletin 2008:1 by an independent
observer Pr. V. F. Druzhinin (Moscow) and RPhS Bulletin 2007:4, RPhS
Bulletin 2008:1 by S. S. Peruansky, Cand. Phys. & Math. Sc.
presents The Problem of Social Contract
in Contemporary Russian Society by I. L. Alekseyev, postgraduate student (
See Philosophy in the Internet for Social Networks: We Are Catching, We Are Being Caught by R. M. Maslennikov, postgraduate student (Tver).
New Journals presents Bulletin of the RPhS Chuvash and Mari Branches. See the last page for information about a new theoretical journal The Age of Globalisation and the contents its opening issue.
Joke Too present
parodies of Siver Age poets by Alexander Dzyura’s (
On the Poetic
Page read verses by
(Sterlotamak) and Yulia Azarova (
To Remember presents Prof. V. A. Razumny’s reminiscences of meeting with J. Stalin.
Read Competition: The Results for information about winners of the Second Navigation awards (the St. Petersbur Philosophical Society).
Read Useful Information about jubilee events commemorating the 50th anniversary of the first sociological association; the International Baikal Forum of Philosophy (August 14-15, Ulan-Ude); the Russian National Conference on Intellect, Culture, Education (September 16-18, Novosibirsk); the Russian National Workshop on Ethnonational Values under Conditions of Globalisation (September 25-28, Makhachkala); the Russian National Conference on Transient and Eternal (October 21-22, Novgorod); the Russian National Conference on Science, Education, Innovations (November 10-12, the Institute of Scholarly Information on Social Sciences, the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow); the Russian National Workshop on Man Amid Social and Cultural Interactions (November 20-21, Khabarovsk - Birobijan).
Mentioned as Noteworthy is information about the
forthcoming conference on The Dialogue of
Civilisations in the Globalised World (October, 2008,
See also book reviews, annotations, book announcements, information about books and journals available at the RPhS Presidium, doctoral (5) and candidate (37) dissertations in philosophy defended in the second quarter of 2008.
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 2008. Like in 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.
The Bulletin’s subscription index in the Rospechat Catalogue is 79643. Please, send your e-mail messages addressed to the RPhS Presidium and the RPhS Bulletin Editorial Board to email@example.com. Our Internet websites are www.logic.ru/~phil-soc; www.dialog21.ru; www.globalistika.ru. To contact the Editors, please, call (495) 609-90-76 (mark the new number!) or (495) 203-92-98.