ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY
Anna Stepanova. The Good, the Evil and the Indifferent in Epictetus’ Conception of Freedom of Choice.
Mikhail Khorkov. Discussions on the active intellect in the early 14th century and the “Basle Compendium”.
Anonymous. “Whether beatitude consists in the active intellect”? A compendium of the teachings on the active intellect from the beginning of the 14th century (ms. UB Basel, cod. B III 22, ff. 182ra-183vb) (Transl. from Latin by M. Khorkov).
Victoria Lysenko. Perception and Language in Advaita-Vedanta: A Study of Dharmaraja’s “Vedanta-paribhasha”.
Dharmaraja Adhvarindra. “Vedanta-paribhasha” with commentary “Arthadipika-tika-vibhusita” (Transl. from Sanskrit by V. Lysenko).
Andrey Prokofyev. The Question of the Hierarchy of Moral Requirements in the Ethics of Francis Hutcheson.
Norbert Hinske. Kantianism, Kant philology and Kant scholarship.
Alexey Zhavoronkov. Kant, Nietzsche and the French Revolution.
20th CENTURY PHILOSOPHY
Tamara Dlugatch. Dialogue in the Contemporary World: M. Buber – M. Bakhtin – V. Bibler.
Vasily Vanchugov. Archimandrite Gavriil (Voscresensky) – professor of philosophy of the University of Kazan.
Archimandrite Gavriil (Voscresensky). Program of philosophical and theological courses.
Pavel Gavrilyuk. A Paradigm Shift in Georges Florovsky’s Evaluation of Russian Religious Thought: His Unpublished Lectures “The Philosophy of Vladimir Solovyov”.
Georges Florovsky. The Philosophy of Vladimir Solovyov. Lectures in Russian Institute, Prague, 1922–1923.
Georges Florovsky. The Creative Path of Vladimir Solovyov. A lecture.
Georges Florovsky. [Review] V. Solovyov. Letters. Ed. by E.L. Radlov. Izd. “Vremya”. Petersburg. 1923.
Marina Bykova. A Pioneering Contribution to Kant Scholarship: On the Russian-German Bilingual Edition of Immanuel Kant’s Works.
New Research and Translations in the History of Philosophy, Published in Russian in 2013 (compiled by Y. Mouravlev, M. Solopova, M. Khorkov, and A. Cherhyaev).