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Regular version of the site
Book
When Wisdom Calls: Philosophical Protreptic in Antiquity
In print

Edited by: O. Alieva, A. Kotzé, S. Van der Meeren.

Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2017.

Article
Nikolai Berdyaev on the “Spirits of the Russian Revolution”

Porus V. N.

Russian Studies in Philosophy. 2017. Vol. 55. No. 3-4. P. 210-226.

Book chapter
The Science of the Physically Possible? Wolff's Definition of Philosophy in the German Logic and the Impossibiliy of Christian Physics

Hessbrüggen-Walter S.

In bk.: Christian Wolff's German Logic: Sources, Significance and Reception. Hildesheim; Zürich; NY: Georg Olms Verlag, 2017. P. 19-28.

International Academic Staff of the School

Andrew Haas

Associate Professor

Andrew Haas works in the history of philosophy (especially ancient Greek philosophy and German idealism) and contemporary European philosophy. He is the author of Hegel and the Problem of Multiplicity (2000), The Irony of Heidegger (2007), and Unity and Aspect (2017), as well as numerous articles. Haas' current research focuses on the history of metaphysics and its implications for contemporary thought. He has been at HSE since 2013.
Stefan Hessbrüggen-Walter

Assistant Professor

Stefan Heßbrüggen-Walter studied philosophy, musicology, and sociology at the Westfälische Wilhelmsuniversität Münster and graduated with a dissertation on Kant's notion of a faculty in the Critique of Pure Reason. He then worked as 'wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter' at Germany's only distance teaching university, the Fernuniversität Hagen. He is interested in the history of German philosophy between Melanchthon and Kant and philosophy as part of the digital humanities.
Nadia Moro

Assistant Professor

Silver Bronzo

Assistant Professor

Silver Bronzo received his PhD from the University of Chicago in 2015 and has been at HSE since 2016. He works especially in the History of Analytic Philosophy and contemporary Philosophy of Language. He has a soft spot for Wittgenstein, but is also very interested in Frege, Russell, Ryle, Austin, Anscombe, Cavell, and McDowell. Topics that interest him include: the relation between contextuality and compositionality; the nature of linguistic signs; the relation between syntax, semantic, and pragmatics; and the nature of truth-bearers and truth.
Ulrika Carlsson

Assistant Professor

Ulrika Carlsson received her PhD from Yale University in 2013 on a dissertation about Kierkegaard, Plato and love. Since September 2016, she is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at HSE Moscow.
Tudor Protopopescu

Assistant Professor

 

Aaron Wendland

Assistant Professor

Aaron James Wendland completed his Doctorate in Philosophy at Somerville College, Oxford. His D.Phil explored Heidegger’s accounts of agency and artistic creativity, and it argued that the freedoms we associate with individual choice and innovative linguistic expression are based on our ability to respond to the wants and needs of others. Aaron's research interests include: Phenomenology, Existentialism, German Idealism, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Art, Ancient Philosophy, Political Philosophy, and the literary works of David Foster Wallace.