105066 Moscow Staraya Basmannaya st., 21/4
tel.: +7 (495) 772-95-90 *22682
School Head — Vladimir Porus
Deputy Head for Research and International Relations —
Deputy Head — Taras Pashchenko
HSE Philosophy Colloquium
International Conference Modes of Thinking, Ways of Speaking (April 2017)
Edited by: O. Alieva, A. Kotzé, S. Van der Meeren.
Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2017.
Porus V. N.
Russian Studies in Philosophy. 2017. Vol. 55. No. 3-4. P. 210-226.
In bk.: Christian Wolff's German Logic: Sources, Significance and Reception. Hildesheim; Zürich; NY: Georg Olms Verlag, 2017. P. 19-28.
Gorbatov V. V.
Humanities. HUM. Basic Research Programme, 2016. No. 131.
The School was established after the reorganization of the Faculty of Philosophy (2014) and is now part of the Faculty of Humanities as a standalone unit. Its professors and teachers are involved in the implementation of Undergraduate (four years), Master's (two years) and Doctoral (three years) programmes.
The final level is intended for students who have proven their abilities in research and are ready to apply such skills in developing a PhD thesis. Holding an undergraduate diploma allows one to work in a preferred specialty, while a Master’s deepens and expands a student’s level of education, as well as prepares highly qualified specialists.
The School’s teaching staff has already proven their worth in the training of high class specialists. For instance, it employs well-known scientists and teachers, who actively publish papers in Russia and abroad. They are also internationally recognized and deservedly so.
The School holds a prominent place among Russia’s leading philosophical centres. Our partners include the Institute of Philosophy, the philosophical, social and humanitarian faculties of Moscow State University, Russian State Humanitarian University, St. Petersburg State University, Yekaterinburg University, Novosibirsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Perm, Kaliningrad, Belarus State Universities, other educational and research centres both inside and outside of Russia.
Furthermore, the School has developed a wide network of international contacts. For instance, we work closely with philosophical centres in Europe, the USA, and China. This cooperation can take various forms - from student, graduate and teacher training to long-term joint research projects and publications presented at academic conferences.
Undergrads and grad students are actively involved in the academic life of the School and HSE as a whole. For example, they have many great opportunities to publish their research. One can even say that the School could be a great starting point for people interested in finding their own way in the world of philosophical and scientific knowledge, along with the will and desire to pursue this path as far as possible. It offers invaluable opportunities for students to develop a rational and critical attitude towards the world around them, in tandem with the knowledge necessary to succeed today.