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Fellowships and Grants

Ruben G. Apressyan

 

Fellowships and Grants

  

Research:

  • The Phenomenon of Moral Universality (group research project, director). – Russian Science Foundation, 2018–2020;

  • Early Modern Moral Philosophy: its Core Features, Main Ideas and Tendencies (group research project, director). – Russian Foundation for Basic Research, 2018–2020;
  • Moral Normativity: Sources, Nature, Forms of Representation (group project, director), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2014–2016.
  • Genealogy of Morality in the Archaic Society (Homer Epic Study), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2011–2012.
  • Ethical Utilitarianism of J.S.Mill (group project, member), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2008–2009.
  • Philosophy and Ethics (group project, director), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2007.
  • Public Morality: Research Methods, Normative-ethical, and Applied-ethical Isuues. Russian Belorussian research project (group project, director), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2006–2007;
  • Philosophy of Love: Post-Modern Transformations, – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2004–2006.
  • The Ethical and Philosophical Issues of Gender: Curriculum (with O.Artemieva), – Open Society Institute, 2000.
  • Systematization of Ethical Knowledge (group project, coordinator). – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 1995–1997.
  • Value-Imperative Dynamics of Morality, – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2001–2002.
  • Ethics: Textbook. (with Abdusalam Guseynov), – Open Society Institution (Soros Foundation)., 1996–1997.
  • The Efficacy of Philanthropy: Ethical and Pragmatic Criteria, – RSS CEU (Soros Foundation)., 1996–1997.
  • The Experience of Nonviolence in the 20th Century (group research, director), – Albert Einshtein Institution, 1993; International Science Foundation (Soros Foundation)., 1994.

 

 Publication:

  • Achilles Moral Change : The Sources of Morality in Archaic Society. A Study on the Homeric Epic (Мoscow: Alfa-M, 2013), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2013.

  • Philosophy and Ethics (Мoscow: Alfa-M, 2009), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2008.
  • Moral Philosophy: Collected Works of Oleg Drobnitsky (Мoscow: Gardariki, 2002). –Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2002.
  • Ethics: New Old Problems (Мoscow: Gardarika, 1999), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 1999.
  • Ethics: Textbook (with Abdusalam Guseynov), – Open Society Institution (Soros Foundation)., (Мoscow: Gardarika, 1999), 1998.
  • The Experience of Nonviolence in the 20th Century: Social-Ethical Essays (Мoscow: Aslan, 1996), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 1996.
  • Civil Participation: Responsibility, Community, Power (Мoscow: Aslan, 1997), in colaboration with International Center for Democracy, University of Hawaii. – Rule of Law Consortium ARD/Checchi Joint Venture, 1997.