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Books:

  • Morkina J.S. Poetic Creativity: Philosophical Analysis. M., 2017 – 304 p. ISBN 978-5-88373-056-5
  • Smirnova N.M., Gorelov A.A., Morkina J.S. Creativity, Meaning, Interpretation. Moscow, IPH RAS 2016 – 139p.
  • J. S. Morkina. Social Epistemology by David Bloor: Origins and Philosophical Meaning. Moskow, 2012.

 

 

Articles:


2020

  • Morkina J.S. Apperception and Metaphor in Scientific and Poetic Cognition (On the Question of theoretical and cognitive Aspects of Poetic Creativity) // Philosophy of Creativity. 6 th Issue. Philosophical and Methodological Analysis of Creativity’s  Processes / Eds.: Natalia Smirnova, Irina Beskova. Moscow, Golos, 2020. pp. 99-134.
  • Morkina J.S. Lyrics and Existence in the Scientific and Poetic Knowledge // Philosophical sciences. 2020. No. 3 (63). pp. 56-74. DOI: 10.30727 / 0235-1188-2020-63-3-56-74
  • Morkina J.S. The Structure of Living Matter: the Main Question of Biology // Philosophy of Science and Technology. 2020. Vol. 25. No. 1. P. 31-45. DOI: 10.21146/2413-9084-2020-25-1-31-45
  • Morkina J.S. about creative and knowledge – scientific and poetic // Creative Person: Philosophy, Psychology and Sociology of Creativity. International interdisciplinary collective monograph / Comp., ed. M.V. Bakhtin, I.E. Sokolovskaya. – Moscow, Enciklopedist-Maxim, 2020. pp. 142-150. ISBN 978-5-6043802-9-1.


2019


  • Morkina J.S. Scientific and artistic creativity: ideal objects. Vopr. philosophies. 2019. No. 7. C. 150-161.
  • Morkina J.S. Reflections on the book by Alexander Tsygankov, Teresa Obolevich "German period of philosophical biography of S.L. Frank (new materials)" / / History of philosophy. 2019. T. 24. No. 2. Pp. 136-140.
  • Morkina J.S. Language and poetics in the works of Potebnya A.A. // Philosophy of creativity. Vol. 5, 2019: Semantic dimensions of socio-cultural spaces of creativity / Ed.: N. M. Smirnova, I. A. Beskova. Moscow: Iintell, 2019. P. 102-134.
  • Morkina J.S. Language and poetics: the analysis of the concepts of followers of A.A. Potebnya. Part I: A.A. Potebnya, V. Khartsiev, B.A. Lezin // Filosofiya osviti. Philosophy of Education. 2019. No. 1 (24). Pp. 154-173. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31874/2309-1606-2019-24-1-154-173.
  • Morkina J.S. Language and poetics: the analysis of the concepts of followers of A.A. Potebnya. Part II: D.N. Ovsyaniko-Kulikovsky, A. Gornfeld, T. Rainov, P. Engelmeyer // Filosofiya osviti. Philosophy of Education. 2019. No. 2 (25). pp. 251-272. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31874/2309-1606-2019-25-2-14


2018

 

  • Morkina J.S. Society and poetry: the ephemerality and eternity // Philology: scientific researches. - 2018. - № 1. - P. 122-135. URL: http://e-notabene.ru/pfni/article_25343.html DOI: 10.7256/2454-0749.2018.1.25343
  • Morkina J.S. Meanings and Ideal Objects of Culture // Philosophy of Creativity. 4nd Issue. Images of Creativity in the variety of socio-cultural practices. /Smirnova N.M.,  Beskova I.A. – eds. – Moscow, IIntell, 2018.
  • Morkina J.S. Review of the book by E. O. Trufanova "Subject and knowledge in the world of social constructions" // Philosophy of science and technology (Filosofiya nauki I tekhniki). Moscow, 2018, vol. 23, № 2, P. 122-130. DOI: 10.21146/2413-9084-2018-23-2-122-130

 

2017

  • Morkina J.S. The Rational and the Irrational in Poetic Creativity // Philosophy of Creativity. Issue 3. Creativity and world life of human / Edited by N.M. Smirnova, I.A. Beskiva. - M.: IIntell, 2017. P. 256-286.

 

2016  

  • Julia S. Morkina. Worlds of works of art: the phenomenology of interpretation. In: Philosophy of Creativity. 2nd Issue. Cognitive and Sociocultural Dimensions (Smirnova N.M., Maidanov A.S., eds). Moscow, IIntell, 2016. P. 235-255;
  • Julia S. Morkina. The complexity of creativity. In: Innovative complexity. SPb.: Aletheia, 2016. P. 296-332.

2015

  • Human consciousness and poetic meanings // Philosophical anthropology. 2015. № 2. http://iph.ras.ru/iphjournal.htm;
  • The poetic language as a vehicle of meaning // Philosophy of creativity. M.: IIntell, 2015. P 276-291;
  • Creativity as a neuroprocesses // Neuroscience for Medicine and Psychology: 11th International Interdisciplinary Congress. Sudak, Crimea, Russia, 2-12 iyunya2015 of Proceedings / Ed. Loseva EV, AV Hook, Loginova NA M .: MAKS Press, 2015. P 282-283. Publication languages: Russian, English;
  • Antropocosmos of poetic work (to the notion of cultural evolution) // Philology: research. Number 3 (19) .2015. P. 264-274.

2014

  • Intentional objects as a semantic systems // Experience and sense (Tob., Ed. N. Smirnov). M .: Institute of Philosophy RAS, 2014. P. 64-90.
  • Intersubjectivity as a translation of the meanings // Intersubjectivity in science and philosophy. M .: Kanon +, 2014 P. 313-323.
  • The socio-constructivist approach to the phenomena of consciousness // Psychology and psychology. 2014. number 6 (96). Pp 587-596.
  • Morkina J. Philosophical Concepts in Consciousness: Transcendental in Dynamics // Philosophy: Theory and Practice. Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Philosophy. M., 2013. P. 63-68.

2013

  • Author the Wise: knowledge and meaning in poetic creativity // Epistemology of creativity. M .: "Canon +", 2013. P 476-498
  • The role of imagination in philosophy: the empirical and the transcendental imagination // The problem of evolutionary epistemology. M., 2013. P. 137-142
  • Intersubjectivity as a translation of the meanings // Intersubjectivity in science and philosophy // 2013. P 313-323.
  • Creative situation // Philosophy and culture. 2013. N. 6 (66). P 842-851.
  • Mesocosmos and antropokosmos: cognitive, ontological, the aesthetic aspects // Bulletin of Tomsk State Pedagogical University (TSPU Bulletin). 2013. №9 (137). P 282-290.

2012

  • Autopoiesis of creative consciousness: evolutionary and epistemological approach // Evolutionary epistemology: contemporary debates and trends. M:. Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, 2012. P. 119-136.
  • "Epistemic culture" by K. Knorr-Cetina as a concept of scientific knowledge // Thinking scientist yesterday and today. M .: Alpha-M, 2012. P.272-289.
  • "Postnonclassical" epistemology? B. Latour. An attempt to create a new paradigm // Thinking scientist yesterday and today. M .: Alpha-M, 2012. P.81-100.
  • Epistemological discourse: the model and reality // Thinking scientist yesterday and today. M .: Alpha-M, 2012. P.101-124.
  • Individual rationality in the philosophical systems // Communicative rationality and social communication. M .: Alpha-M, 2012. P.186-210.
  • The communicative aspect of meaning // Philosophy of Science. Issue 17. The epistemological analysis of Communication. M .: Institute of Philosophy RAS, 2012. P.214-227.

2011

  • Modeling in Research of Discourse on Scientific Knowledge (Social Epistemology as a Non-classical one). In: Philosophical Journal. 2011, N 1 (6). P. 86-102.
  • An Opportunity: The Epistemological Analysis of Poetic Creativity. In: Creativity: Epistemological Analysis. Moscow, 2011. P. 190-205.
  • B. Latour. An Attempt of a New View of People and Things in Research of Science. In: Philosophy and Culture. 2011, N 6 (42). P. 121-131.
  • Narodosol and Tede (Experience of the Philosophical Analysis of one Poem). In: Philology: Scientific Researches. 2011, N 1 (01). P. 28-36.

 

2010

  • Towards the Concept of Scientific Meaning. In: Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2009, N 4. P. 71-73.
  • The Social Theory of Knowledge of the Edinburgh School. In: Social epistemology: Ideas, Methods, Programs. Moscow, 2010. P. 615-640.
  • A. Goldman’s "Veritism" as a Normativist Direction in Social Epistemology. In: Social Epistemology: Ideas, Methods, Programs. Moscow, 2010. P. 641-670. 
  • S. Fuller’s Social Epistemology. Social Epistemology: Ideas, Methods, Programs. Moscow, 2010. P. 671-692.
  • B. Latour’s and S. Woolgar’s Constructivism - at the Crossing of Scientific Disciplines. In: Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2010, N 2.
  • The «Epistemic Cultures» by K. Knorr-Cetina as a Concept of Scientific Knowledge of the End of 20th Century. In: Human Being. 2010, N 2.

 

2009

  •  The Concept of Internal Reality in the Modern Social Epistemology. In: The Problem of Consciousness in Philosophy and Science. Moscow, 2009. P. 294-323. 
  • Inter-regional Conference “The Value Discourse in Sciences and Theology”. In: Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2009, Vol. XIX, N 1. 
  • Individual Systems of Rationality and the Philosophical Communications. In: Communicative Rationality: The Epistemological Approach. Moscow, 2009. P. 157-182. 
  • New Books in English. In: Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2009, N 2. 
  • “Knowledge and Social imagery” by D. Bloor. In: Encyclopedia of Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. Мoscow, 2009. P. 250.
  • A. Goldman’s “Knowledge in the Social World” In: Encyclopedia of Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. Мoscow, 2009. P. 247-248.
  • “Wittgenstein: A Social Theory of Knowledge” by D. Bloor. In: Encyclopedia of Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. Мoscow, 2009. P. 114-115.

 

2008

  • A. Goldman’s “Veritisric” Direction in Social Epistemology. In: Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2008, N 1.   
  • Social Constructivism by D. Bloor. In: Questions of philosophy. 2008. N 5.
  • Language and Concepts in David Bloor’s Social Theory of Knowledge. In: Phenomenological Researches. Review of Philosophical Ideas and Trends. 2008, N 9. Vladimir - Hanover. P. 113-133.
  • Religion and Science. War or Harmony? In: Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2008,  N4.   

 

2007

  • Value Consciousness and the Social Theory of Knowledge by David Bloor. In: Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2007, N 2. 
  • Review of Books on Epistemology in French. In: Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2007, N 3. 
  • L. Wittgenstein - D. Bloor. Institutional Nature of Knowledge. In: Language. Knowledge, Society. Moscow, 2007.

 

2005

  • What is Culture and How Is It Explained? In: Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2005, N 3.
  • Towards a Question of Social Epistemology. In: Philosophy and the Future of Civilization (Abstracts of Reports and Speeches of the 4th Russian Philosophical Congress (Moscow, May 24-28, 2005). Moscow, 2005.

 

Translations:

  • Augustinus A. De dialectica / Neretina S., ed. // Transl. from Latin into Russian: Neretina S. (head), Guseva A, Kniazeva E, Lubimova T.,Morkina J., Paramonov A., Smirnova N., Strugovschikova U. / Neretina S, Preface. // Vox. 2016. № 20. URL: http://vox-journal.org