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Books:
  • Petrovsky H. Disturbance of the Sign, or, Culture Against Transcendence. Moscow: Common Place, 2019. – 288 p. + 32 p. plates. 
  • Petrovsky H. Anti-Photography 2. 2nd augmented edition. Moscow: Tri kvadrata, 2015. – 184 p.: 48 p. inset (“Artes and media” collection, Vol. 7).
  • Petrovsky H. (ed.). Culture and Revolution: Fragments of Soviet Experience of the 1920s and 30s. Moscow: RAS Institute of Philosophy, 2012. – 128 p.
  • Petrovsky H. Anonymous Communities. Moscow: Falanster, 2012. – 384 p.
  • Petrovsky H. Theory of the Image. Moscow: RGGU Press, 2010. – 284 p.
  • Aronson O. Philosophy and Cinema: From Text to Image. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 2018. – 109 p.
  • Aronson O. The Powers of the False. Essays On Non-Political Democracy. Moscow: Falanster, 2017. – 446 p. 
  • Aronson O., Petrovsky H. What Remains of Art. Moscow: ICA, 2015. – 344 p. (ICA Records, Vol. II).
  • Aronson O., Petrovsky H. Beyond Imagination. Contemporary Philosophy and Contemporary Art. Lectures. Nizhny Novgorod: NCCA, 2009. – 230 p.
  • Bychkov V.V., Mankovskaya N.B., Ivanov V.V. Trialogue 2: Art in the space of aesthetic experience. Moscow: Progress-Traditsija, 2017. Book 1.  472 pp., ill. Book 2. 592 pp., ill.
  • Bychkov V.V. The Symbolical Aesthetics of Dionysius the Areopagite. Moscow: RAS Institute of Philosophy, 2015. – 143 p.
  • Bychkov V.V. The Aesthetics of Saint Augustine. Moscow; St. Petersburg: Tsentr gumanitarnykh initsiativ, 2014. – 528 p.
  • Bychkov V.V., Mankovskaya N.B., Ivanov V.V. Trialogue Plus. Moscow: Progress-Traditsiya, 2013. – 496 p., ill.
  • Bychkov V.V., Mankovskaya N.B., Ivanov V.V., in collaboration with O.V. Bychkov. Trialogue. Living Aesthetics and the Contemporary Philosophy of Art. Moscow: Progress-Traditsiya, 2012. – 840 p., ill.
  • Bychkov V.V. Old Russian Aesthetics. Moscow; St. Petersburg: Tsentr gumanitarnykh initsiativ, Patriarsheye podvorye khrama-domovogo muchenitsy Tatiany pri MGU, 2012. – 832 p., ill.
  • Bychkov V.V. A Concise History of Byzantine Aesthetics. Belgrade: Sluzhbeni glasnik, 2012. – 550 p.
  • Bychkov V.V. Aesthetics. 2nded., revised and enlarged. Moscow: Gardariki, 2006. – 573 p.
  • Bychkov V.V. Aesthetics. A Brief Course. Moscow: Proekt, 2003. – 384 p.
  • Bychkov V.V. Aesthetics. Moscow: Gardariki, 2002, 2004, 2005. – 556 p.
  • Bychkov V. 2000 Jahre Philosophie der Kunst im christlichen Osten: Alte Kirche, Byzanz, Russland. Würzburg: Augustinus-Verlag, 2001. – 447 S. (in German).
  • Bychkov V.V. A Brief History of Byzantine Aesthetics. Sofia: Tavor, 2000. – 414 p. (in Bulgarian).
  • Bychkov V.V. 2000 Years of Christian Culture Sub Specie Aesthetica. St. Petersburg; Moscow: Universitetskaya kniga, 1999.  

            Vol. 1. Early Christianity. Byzantium. – 575 p.

            Vol. 2. The Slavic World. Old Russia. Modern Russia. – 527 p. (bibliography of the author’s works: pp. 1970–1999).

  • Bychkov V.V. Byzantine aisthetike. Theoretika problemata. Metaphraze K.P. Charalampides. Athena: Ekdoseis E. Tzaphepe, 1999. – 207 p. (in Greek).   
  • Mankovskaya N.B. (ed.). Russian Studies in Philosophy. Special Issue: Contemporary Aesthetics in Russia, Vol. 53, Issue 1, 2015. – 110 p.
  • Mankovskaya N.B., Bychkov V.V. Contemporary Art as a Phenomenon of the Technogenic Civilization. Textbook. Moscow: VGIK, Kanon +, 2011. – 220 p.
  • Mankovskaya N.B. The Phenomenon of Postmodernism. Its Artistic and Aesthetic Aspect. Moscow; St. Petersburg: Tsentr gumanitarnykh initsiativ; Universitetskaya kniga, 2009. – 495 p. (“Handwriting of Time” collection).
  • Mankovskaya N.B. The Aesthetics of Postmodernism. St. Petersburg: Aletheia, 2000. – 348 p.
  • Mankovskaya N.B. The Aesthetics of Russian Postmodernism. Moscow: VGIK, 2000. – 39 p.
  • Kormin N.A. The Aesthetic Space of the Philosophy of All-Unity and Phenomenology: Transcendentalism and Creativity. Moscow: RAS Institute of Philosophy, 2018. – 127 p. 
  • Kormin N.A.V. Solovyov and E. Husserl: Implication of the Aesthetic. Vol. 1. Part 2. Outlining the Problem. Saarbrücken: Palmarium Academic Publishing, 2015. – 209 p.
  • Kormin N.A. Aesthetic Epistemology. Moscow: Akademia Publishing House, 2015. – 64 p.
  • Kormin N.A. The Aesthetic Hermeneutics of Knowledge. Part 1. Moscow: Akademia Publishing House, 2013 [2014]. – 63 p.
  • Kormin N.A. Rationality as an Aesthetic Phenomenon. Moscow: Akademia Publishing House, 2012. – 40 p.
  • Kormin N.A. Metaphysical Symbolism. Part One. Moscow: Akademia Publishing House, 2011. – 160 p.
  • Kormin N.A. Vladimir Solovyov’s Philosophical Aesthetics. Part 2: Ontological Assumptions. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 2004. – 214 p.
  • Kormin N.A. Vladimir Solovyov’s Philosophical Aesthetics. Part 1: Holy Harmony. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 2001. – 187 p.
  • Dolgov K.M. Humanism, Renaissance and Political Philosophy of Niccolo Machiavelli. Moscow; Berlin: Direct-Media, 2017. – 287 p.
  • Dolgov K.M. Power of Word, Thought, Image. 2 Volumes. Moscow; Berlin: Direkt-Media, 2016. Vol. 1. 600 p. 500 copies. ISBN 978-5-4475-6900-6; Vol. 2. – 648 p. 
  • Dolgov K.M. In Search of God and Man. Lecture Course. Moscow: MGIMO-University, 2014. – 360 p. (“Cultures and Religions of the World” collection).
  • Dolgov K.M. (ed.) K.N. Leontiev. Notes and Reports. Moscow: MGIMO-University, 2013. – 560 p.
  • Dolgov K.M. From Kierkegaard to Camus. Philosophy, Aesthetics, Culture. 2nd enlarged ed. Moscow: Kanon +, 2011. – 462 p.
  • Dolgov K.M. The Intellectual Culture of China. A Critical Analysis and Brief Exposé of the Encyclopedia. 2nd enlarged ed. Moscow: Nauchnaya kniga, 2011. – 122 p.

 

Selected articles in English:

  • Petrovsky H. Art of the Passing Moment: The Anti-Projective Nature of Prigov’s Utopia // Actographe. Revue de sciences humaines, sociales et politiques: Arts, Langages et Frontières. 2017. № 1. P. 11–28. URL: http://www.actographe.eu/izd/2017_1_1/2017-1-Petrovsky.pdf
  • Petrovsky H. Maidan: Challenge of the Common. Guest Editor’s Introduction // Russian Studies in Philosophy. 2016. Vol. 54. № 3. P. 177–184.
  • Petrovsky H. The Future – Mediator or Participant? // Russian Studies in Philosophy. 2016. Vol. 54. № 3. P. 233–238.
  • Petrovsky H. The Maidan as Multitude // Fieldsights – Hot Spots. Cultural Anthropology Online, by Nancy Ries. October 28, 2014.
  • Petrovsky H., Volodina A. Aesthetics in Russia: looking toward the twenty-first century // Studies in East Еuropean Thought. 2014. Vol. 66. Issue 3-4. P. 165–179.
  • Petrovsky H. Boris Mikhailov: Towards a New Universality // Everything Was Moving: Photography from the 60s and 70s / Ed.: K. Bush. London: Barbican Art Gallery, 2012. P. 184–185.
  • Petrovsky H. Matter and Memory in Photography // The Archive as Project / Archiwum jako projekt / Ed. / red.: K. Pijarski. Warszawa: Archeologia Fotografii, 2011. P. 92–105
  • Aronson O. Preliminary Remarks toward a Formal Understanding of Revolution // The South Atlantic Quarterly. 2020. Vol. 119. № 3. P. 521–533
  • Aronson O. From the Photogeny of Poverty to the Cinegeny of Money // Russian Studies in Philosophy. 2019. Vol. 57. № 2. P. 155–169.
  • Aronson O. Participation in the Community – Non-Participation in the Artwork // Critical Mass: Moscow Art Magazine 1993–2017 / Ed. by V. Misiano and R. Addison. [Moscow], 2017. P. 140–145.
  • Aronson O. Forms of Thought at the Limits of the Body (On the Analytical Metaphysics of Valery Podoroga) // Russian Studies in Philosophy. 2016. Vol. 54. № 4. P. 257–266.
  • Aronson O. Maidan: Redefining Democracy // Russian Studies in Philosophy. 2016. Vol. 54. № 3. P. 223–232.
  • Aronson O. Trust in Distrust: Myths and Values of the European Union in Ukraine // United by or Against Euroscepticism? An Assessment of Public Attitudes towards Europe in the Context of the Crisis / Eds. A. Bârgăoanu, L. Radu, D. Varela. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015. P. 189–205. (co-authored with T.V. Khavlin).
  • Aronson O. Personification and Consumption // Criticism. Summer 2014. Vol. 56. № 3. P. 525–534.
  • Bychkov V.V.. Chapter 21. Russian Religious Aesthetics in the First Half of the Twentieth Century // The Oxford Handbook of Russian Religious Thought. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020. P. 363–378.
  • Bychkov V.V. Aesthetic Experience as a Spiritual Support of Homo Post-Secularis // Religions. 2019. Vol. 10. № 4, 250. DOI: 10.3390/rel10040250. [Электронный ресурс] URL: https://www.mdpi.com/2077-1444/10/4/250/htm
  • Bychkov V.V. The Meaning of Beauty in Some Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Russian Religious Philosophers // Cithara. 2018. Vol. 58. P. 44–64.


Collected Essays:

  • Aesthetics: Yesterday. Today. Always. Issue 7. Eds.: V. Bychkov, N. Mankovskaya. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 2014.
  • Aesthetics: Yesterday. Today. Always. Issue 6. Eds.: V. Bychkov, N. Mankovskaya. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 2013.
  • Aesthetics: Yesterday. Today. Always. Issue 5. Eds.: V. Bychkov, N. Mankovskaya. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 2012.
  • Aesthetics: Yesterday. Today. Always. Eds.: V. Bychkov, N. Mankovskaya. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 2005.
  • Lexicon of Non-Classics. 20th Century Artistic and Aesthetic Culture. Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2003 (project author, ed. V. Bychkov).
  • Aesthetics at the Turn of Cultural Traditions. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 2002 (ed. N. Mankovskaya).
  • Guidelines... Ed. T.B. Lyubimova. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 2001.
  • KorneviSHCHe 2000. Book of Non-Classical Aesthetics. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 2000 (project author V. Bychkov).
  • KorneviSHCHe 0A. Book of Non-Classical Aesthetics. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 1999 (project author V. Bychkov).
  • KorneviSHCHe. Book of Non-Classical Aesthetics. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 1998 (project author V. Bychkov).
  • KorneviSHCHe 0B. Book of Non-Classical Aesthetics. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 1998 (project author V. Bychkov).
  • The Artistic and Aesthetic Culture of Old Russia. Moscow: Ladomir, 1996 (project author, ed. V. Bychkov).