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On Threat
In print

Haas A.

Crisis and Critique. 2017.

Book chapter
Alexandre Koyré’s Essential Features of the Scientific Revolution
In print

Drozdova D.

In bk.: Hypotheses and Perspectives in the History and Philosophy of Science. Homage to Alexandre Koyré 1964–2014. Springer Verlag, 2017. Ch. 15.

Dr. Mirko Farina's seminars on Critical Thinking

On February 13-18 Dr. Mirko Farina from King's College London gave a series of seminars on Critical Thinking and Higher Education

Professor Helena Knyazeva gave a talk at the World Congress on Complex Thought

Professor Helena Knyazeva gave a talk as an invited speaker at the "World Congress on Complex Thought. The Challenge of a Globalized World" (8 & 9 DEC. 2016 UNESCO — PARIS)

What to Expect from Science in 2017: Philosophy

The debate about the concepts of ethics no longer applies solely to an individual’s moral principles and self-knowledge. Ethics has become an engineering problem. The question then arises, what principles should we build in to autonomous machines that operate and make decisions in the real world?

Prof. Simon Glendinning gave a lecture on 'European Philosophical History and Faith in God A Posteriori'

As part of the HSE Seminar in Contemporary European Philosophy, Prof. Simon Glendinning (London School of Economics) gave a talk and met with students

The "Shade of Christianity" in Sartre’s metaphysics: a talk by Tatiana P. Lifintseva at the Oxford Symposium on Religious Studies

Professor Tatiana P. Lifintseva gave a lecture at the Oxford Symposium on Religious Studies at the Old Library of the University Church of St Mary the Virgin (December 5-7 2016)

Svetlana Klimova’s article «Mikhail Lifshits’ logomythy: “the art of discrimination”» in “Studies in East European Thought”, 2016

The article reconstructs an original concept of myth developed by Mikhail Lifshits. He invented the term “logomythia”, as the “art of discrimination”, to show the ambivalent nature of creative work, where archaic myth dies as a historical nonsense and resurrects as a human meaning. Logomythia demonstrates the overcoming of the irrational element in the life of societies by linking it to the rational or meaningful content of artistic images. And, on the other hand, the concept contains more than a hint of the crisis of rationalism in the twentieth century which destroyed the harmony of man with nature.

School of Philosophy is hiring again.

The  School of Philosophy  at the Faculty of Humanities of the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia invites applications for full-time, tenure-track positions of Assistant Professor in Philosophy of Science / Epistemology. 

Talks by Prof. Joseph Cohen (University College Dublin) at HSE School of Philosophy

As part of the HSE Seminar in Contemporary European Philosophy, Prof. Joseph Cohen (University College Dublin) gave two talks

Why Study Genres after All? Olga Alieva held a seminar at the University of Rennes 2 in Upper Brittany

On the 3rd of November 2016, Olga Alieva (assistant professor, School of Philosophy) held a seminar at the University of Rennes 2 in Upper Brittany. The seminar entitled «Why study genres after all? The case of philosophical protreptic» was organized by the Department of Letters of the University Rennes 2.

International Workshop "The Bounds of Logic Reloaded"

International Workshop dedicated to the the bounds of logic and the bounds of rationality was held on 20-21 October 2016 at HSE (event organized by the School of Philosophy and the Laboratory for Philosophical Studies, HSE)
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