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HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY YEARBOOK

 

The History of Philosophy Yearbook (HPY) is one of the most renowned academic periodicals on philosophy in Russian with more than thirty years of history. HPY focuses on the publication of the latest works on history of philosophy as well as materials covering the most important current events in the history of philosophy as a research field. The HPY publishes historical studies of the world's philosophical traditions; articles on theoretical and methodological issues of history of philosophy; essays on philosophers little known to the Russian reader; analytical critical reviews of the latest editions; archival materials; commented translations of philosophical classics into Russian, and discussions of topical problems.

 

The HPY is intended primarily for professional historians of philosophy, but also for a wide range of specialists in closely related fields of study.

 

Editorial Team:


Editor-in-Cheaf:

  • Yulia V. Sineokaya, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor RAS, Chief Research Fellow, Head of the Department of History of Western Philosophy, and Deputy Director for Research at the Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences;

 

Editorial Board Members:

  • Matthias Bormuth – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor for Comparative Intellectual History at University of Oldenburg, Chairman of Karl Jaspers Society (Oldenburg, Germany);
  • Konstantin Y. Burmistrov – Ph.D. in Philosophy, Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Philosophy of Islamic World and Deputy Director for Research at the Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia);
  • Marina F. Bykova – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor of Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, North Carolina State University (Raleigh, NC, USA);
  • Nina A. Dmitrieva – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor of Philosophy at Moscow State Pedagogical University (Moscow, Russia), Scientific Director of the Academia Kantiana (Kaliningrad, Russia);
  • Helmut Heit – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Visiting Professor at Tongji University (Shanghai, China), Director of the Kolleg Friedrich Nietzsche at the Klassik Stiftung Weimar (Weimar, Germany);
  • Yulia V. Sineokaya – Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor RAS, Chief Research Fellow, Head of the Department of History of Western Philosophy, and Deputy Director for Research at the Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia);
  • Andrey V. Smirnov – Full Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, D.Sc. in Philosophy, Head of the Department of Philosophy of Islamic World, Director of the Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia);
  • Nataliya A. Tatarenko – Ph.D. in Philosophy, Research Fellow at the Department of History of Western Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences;
  • Evert van der Zweerde – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor of Philosophy at Radboud University in Nijmigen (Nijmigen, the Netherlands).
  • Vadim V. Vasilyev – Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor and Head of the Department of the History of World Philosophy at Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia);
  • Kenneth R. Westphal – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor of Philosophy at Bogazici University (Istanbul, Turkey);
  • Alexey G. Zhavoronkov – Ph.D. in Classical Philology and Philosophy, Senior Research Fellow at the Department of History of Western Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia).

 Advisory Board Members:

  • Konstantin M. Antonov – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor and Head of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at St.Tikhon's Orthodox University (Moscow, Russia);
  • Gennadii E. Aliaiev – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor of Poltava National Technical University (Poltava, Ukraine);
  • Zhang Baichun – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor of School of Philosophy, Beijing Normal University (Beijing, China);
  • Philippe Büttgen – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor of Philosophy at University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne (Paris, France);
  • Guido Cusinato – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor at University of Verona (Verona, Italy);
  • Tamara B. Dlugatch – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Chief Research Fellow at the Department of History of Western Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia);
  • Maria M. Fedorova – D.Sc. in Political Sciences, Chief Research Fellow and Head of the Department of History of Political Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia);
  • Michael N. Forster – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Alexander von Humboldt Professor, holder of the Chair in Theoretical Philosophy, and Co-Director of the International Centre for Philosophy, NRW at the University of Bonn (Bonn, Germany);
  • Marcello Garzaniti – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor at University of Florence (Florence, Italy);
  • Alexey P. Kozyrev – Ph.D. in Philosophy, Associate Professor, Acting Dean of the Department of Philosophy, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia);
  • Alexey N. Kruglov – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor at the Department of History of Foreign Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy, Russian State University for the Humanities (Moscow, Russia);
  • Viktoria G. Lysenko – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Chief Research Fellow and Head of the Department of Oriental Philosophies, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia);
  • Erikh J. Soloviev - D.Sc. in Philosophy, Professor, Chief Research Fellow at the Department of History of Western Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia);
  • Maria A. Solopova – Ph.D. in Philosophy, Senior Research Fellow at the Department of History of Western Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia);
  • Marina N. Volf – D.Sc. in Philosophy, Director of the Institute of Philosophy and Law, RUS Siberian Branch (Novosibirsk, Russia).
  • Ksenia V. Vorozhikhina – Ph.D. in Philosophy Senior Research Fellow at the Department of History of Russian Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia);

 

ISSN 0134–8655,  eISSN 2782-6538

Founder: Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences

Frequency: 1 time per year

First issue: 1986 

The journal is registered with the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology, and Mass Media (Roskomnadzor). The Mass Media Registration Certificate No. ФС 77-82346, 23.12.2021.

 

Contacts

Address: 12/1 Goncharnaya Str., Moscow, 109240, Russian Federation. The Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences.

E-mail: hopybook@iphras.ru

 


History of Philosophy Yearbook

(the latest issues)

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2017.

 

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2021Moscow: BUMAZHNIK Publishers, 2021. – 476 pages.

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2017.

 

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2020Moscow: AKVILO Publishers, 2020.  – 352 pages.

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2017.

 

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2019Moscow: AKVILO Publishers, 2019.  – 320 pages.

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2017.

 

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2018Moscow: AKVILO Publishers, 2018.  – 431 pages.

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2017.

 

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2017. Moscow: AKVILO Publishers, 2017.  – 304 pages.

 

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2016.

 

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2016. Moscow: AKVILO Publishers, 2016.  – 336 pages.

 

 

 

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2015. Moscow: AKVILO Publishers, 2015. – 432 pages.

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2014. Moscow: Kanon Plus, 2014.

Историко-философский ежегодник’2013 / Ответственный редактор М.А.Солопова. – М.: Канон+ РООИ «Реабилитация», 2014.

 

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2013. Moscow: Kanon Plus, 2014.

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2012

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2012. Moscow: Kanon Plus, 2013. – 424 pages. – Hardcover.

 

The current issue of the History of Philosophy Yearbook acquaints the readers with new translations and research papers on classical European and Russian philosophy. The volume contains translation of the treatise by Philo of Alexandria “On Giants”, and studies on Spinoza, Hume, Kant, Hegel. There is also published in it Russian translation of a fragment of Kant’s lectures from the years 1783/84 that helps to trace the dynamics of the development of the ethical views of this German philosopher. Large group of articles is dedicated to the 300th anniversary of Jean Jacques Rousseau. The issue also offers papers on Nietzsche, on the history of formation of the Eurasian movement, and Russian philosophy of 19th and 20th centuries. In the attachment to the volume the readers can find a bibliography of the works on history of philosophy published in 2009–2010 in Russia.

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2011

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2011. Moscow: Kanon Plus, 2012. – 472 pages. – Hardcover.

 

The History of Philosophy Yearbook’2011 contains a series of articles on a history of Ancient Philosophy and doxography, and also on the correlation between Late Ancient Philosophy and Christianity. The translation of Galen’s work «That the Best Physician is also a Philosopher» is published for the first time. The articles on history of Western Philosophy consider two main topics: ideas of Cartesianists and Kant’s attitude towards ontological project and his contribution to the development of philosophical anthropology. The part dedicated to the 20th Century philosophy analyzes phenomenological philosophy of 1920-1930s years as well as Italian philosophy in the first half of the 20th Century. The section on history of Russian Philosophy includes investigations of philosophical and historical views of Vladimir Solovyov, articles about Eurasianism and philosophy of Georges Florovsky.

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2010

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2010. (PDF)

 

ISBN 978-5-98712-068-2.

 

 

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’200

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2009.

 

Moscow: Centre of Humanitarian Initiatives, 2010.

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2008

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2008.

 

Moscow: Nauka, 2009.

 

ISBN: 9785-5-02-036810-1.

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2007

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2007.

 

Moscow: Nauka, 2008.

 

ISBN 978-5-02-035961-1.

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2006

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2006(PDF)

 

Moscow: Nauka, 2006.

 

ISBN 5-02-033856-7.

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2005

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2005(PDF)

 

Moscow: Nauka, 2005.

 

ISBN 5-02-033410-3.

 

 

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2004

 

History of Philosophy Yearbook’2004. (PDF)

 

Moscow: Nauka, 2005.

 

ISBN 5-02-032882-0.

 

 

 

 

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