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Book
Heidegger on Technology

Routledge, 2018.

Book chapter
Theater, World History, and Mythology: Theatrical Metaphors in Schelling’s Philosophy

Rezvykh P. V.

In bk.: Theater as Metaphor / E. Penskaya, J. Küpper (eds.). Berlin: De Gruyter, 2019. De Gruyter, 2019. P. 159-167.

Working paper
In Search of the New European Past: Rewriting History in the First Person Singular

Zaretsky Y.

Social Science Research Network. Social Science Research Network. SSRN, 2019

News

Workshop "Logical and Linguistic Pragmatics"

Workshop "Logical and Linguistic Pragmatics"
The workshop "Logical and Linguistic Pragmatics" took place on 28 October 2015 at Higher School of Economics. It was held to mark the 40th anniversary of the publication of Paul Grice’s seminal work "Logic and Conversation". In this pioneering work Grice formulated some key concepts of modern pragmatics: the saying/implicating distinction, conventional and conversational implicatures, cooperative principle. The aim of the Workshop was to bring together linguists, logicians and philosophers to discuss the issues in the areas of both logical and linguistic pragmatics (and their interactions).

Vladimir Kantor's book on Dostoevsky, Nietzsche, and the crisis of European Christianity has been translated into Italian

Vladimir Kantor's book on Dostoevsky, Nietzsche, and the crisis of European Christianity has been translated into Italian
Venetian publishing house Amos Edizioni has published a translation of the famous book by Vladimir Kantor "Dostoevsky, Nietzsche and the crisis of Christianity in Europe."

Conference ‘Classical German Idealism and Phenomenology’

Conference ‘Classical German Idealism and Phenomenology’
On September 13-17 the international conference ‘Classical German Idealism and Phenomenology’ will be held in Saint Petersburg. Lecturers of the School of Philosophy take part in the conference as organisers and participants.

Stefan Heßbrüggen-Walter's paper on "minimal doxographical ontology"

Stefan Heßbrüggen-Walter's paper on "minimal doxographical ontology"
New paper by associate professor of the School of Philosophy Stefan Heßbrüggen-Walter on digital humanities and ontological engineering has been published in the famous electronic journal "Grenzen und Möglichkeiten der Digital Humanities"

' The State should be Run by Philosophers. I Control My Own Nation in My Business '

A degree in philosophy does not mean you have to remain a theoretician, and there’s a way to transform basic knowledge into not only a business, but money as well. HSE graduate Ilya Menzeleev, the co-founder of the hip-hop and soul label Hustle Flower, tells Success Builder how the Silver Age of Russian Poetry fits into rhythm and blues, why Russians should love ‘black’ music, and how Aristotle helps the music business.

HSE Lecturers Presented Reports at Conference in Belgrade

Boris Kashnikov, Professor at the School of Philosophy and Arseniy Kumankov, Lecturer at the School of Philosophy presented their reports during the Ethics in Military Leadership 5 Annual Conference, which took place in Belgrade on May 10-13.

For the First Time, HSE Enters QS Top 100 Subject Rankings

HSE has entered the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2015 in the top 51-100 in Development Studies, and is the only Russian university in this category.

Allard Tamminga on Collective Obligations and Joint Plans

Allard Tamminga (University of Groningen), gave a lecture entitled "Collective Obligations and Joint Plans" at the "Formal philosophy" seminar on March 24.

New Frontiers in Science and Technology Studies

On November 10 Steve Fuller, Professor of Sociology at the University of Warwick gave a lecture ‘New Frontiers in Science and Technology Studies’. The event is organized by the HSE Faculty of Philosophy with the participation of Logico-philosophical club.

Stefan Hessbrüggen-Walter presented a talk "Accommodating Angels"

Assistant Professor Stefan Hessbrüggen-Walter gave a talk at the seminar "Contemporary metaphysics". He discussed some of the difficulties faced by Descartes, Hobbes, and Leibniz when trying to accomodate the spatial presence of angels in their theories, and argued that none of these attempts was ultimately successful.