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  • Spiridonova V. “New Modernity” and the Traditional Values // Philosophical Sciences. 2017. Vol. 6, pp. 35-49.
  • Spiridonova V. Absolute war as a symbol of the XXI century // Philosophical Sciences. Moscow. 2015. No. 6. PP. 22- 36. - ISSN 0235-1188.
  • Spiridonova V. New dimensions of globalization and the problem of consolidation of Russian society / / Socio-historical and ideological foundations of the modern Russian State, Moscow.: Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, 2014. PP. 11- 56. ISBN 978-5-9540-0263-8.
  • Spiridonova V. «Soft ideology» of modernity and the virtual space // Philosophical Sciences. Moscow. 2014. №. 1. PP. 31-41. ISSN 0235-1188.
  • Spiridonova V. Russian territory and the power over territory in a postmodern world // Dynamics of interaction between internal and external factors and the vector of development of Russian society. Moscow.: Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences. 2013. - PP. 67-116. ISBN 978-5-9540-0237-9.
  • Spiridonova V. The evolution of ideas about the Russian State // Bulletin of the Russian philosophical society. Moscow. 2012. No. 4 (64). PP.29-34.
  • Spiridonova V. Russian territory. Experience of a new knowledge // Philosophical Sciences. 2012. No. 8.
  • Sokolova R. Dieter HENRICH. Sein oder Nichts. Erkundungen um Samuel Beckett und Hölderlin. München: Verlag C.N.Beck, 2016. 493 S // Voprosy Filosofii. 2017. Vol. 3. P. 215-218.
  • Sokolova R. Is the Dialogue Between Russia and Germany Possible in the Era of “New Modernity”? // Philosophical Sciences. 2017. Vol. 6, pp. 50-63.
  • Sokolova R. The low-studied aspects of the Great Patriotic War // Philosophy of war and peace (to the 70 anniversary of the Great Victory) M.: IF Russian Academy of Sciences, 2016.
  • Sokolova R. Disintegration processes in Russia and the consolidating role of the Russian people // Integration and disintegration processes in the history of the Russian state: social and philosophical aspects / Edition of V. N. Shevchenko. M.: IF Russian Academy of Sciences, 2015.
  • Sokolova R. Why Russia needs ideology? // Sociohistorical and ideological bases of the modern Russian state // Edition of V. N. Shevchenko. M.: IF Russian Academy of Sciences, 2014.
  • Sokolova R. A miracle in the Russian history: in search of a theoretical understanding: // Dynamics of interaction of internal and external factors and a vector of development Russian society/ Edition of V. N. Shevchenko. M.: IF Russian Academy of Sciences, 2013.
  • Sokolova R. Obvious and implicit in political strategy//Political strategy of the Russian state as philosophical problem / Edition of V. N. Shevchenko. M.: IF Russian Academy of Sciences, 2011.
  • Shevchencko V. The October Revolution and Soviet Socialism: A View from the 21st Century // Philosophical Sciences. 2017. Vol. 1. P. 23-40.
  • Shevchencko V. Civilizational Approach under Fire // Problems of philosophy. 2016. No. 2. P. 33-44.
  • Shevchencko V. Socialism with Chinese Characteristics // Free thought. 2015. No. 4. P.165-178.
  • Shevchencko V. A. Gramsci and the Color Revolutions of the New Century // Alternative. 2015. №4. P. 73-86.
  • Shevchencko V. Information War against the Great Patriotic War // The Philosophy of War and Peace (to the 70th Anniversary of the Great Victory), Materials of all-Russian Scientific-Practical. Conf. "The Philosophy of War and Peace": the 70th Anniversary of the Great Patriotic War. 28-29 April 2015. M.: 2016. P. 75-91.
  • Shevchencko V. Information War of the West with the Historical Memory of Russians: Logical-Historical Aspect // Philosophical Sciences. 2015. No. 6. P. 7-21.
  • Shevchencko V. Discussions Around the Theme of "Disintegration of Russia": in Search of an Optimal Form of the Russian State // Philosophical Sciences. 2015. No. 2. P.7-23.
  • Shevchencko V. Public philosophy: Between Academic Philosophy and Ideologies of Political Movements // Philosophical Sciences. 2014. No. 1. P.42-57.
  • Shevchencko V. Russia: Historical Destiny of the "Second World" // Philosophical Sciences. 2014. No. 7. P. 7-24.
  • Shevchencko V. The Revolution of Spirit as a Category of Philosophy of History // Philosophy: Theory and Practice. M., 2014. P.195-201.
  • Shevchencko V. Why Society Needs Public Philosophy // Philosophical Magazine. 2014. No. 1 (12). P. 5-18.
  • Shevchencko V. Through Dialogue to Understanding of an Epoch: An Intellectual Devotion of V. Tolstykh // Philosophical Sciences. 2014. No. 3. P. 141-147.
  • Shevchencko V. V. I. Lenin: the Historical Deadlock of the Russian Empire and the Future of Russia // Russian Marxism: G. V. Plekhanov, V. I. Ulyanov (Lenin). Eds. Buzgalin A.V., Pruzhinin B.I. M.: 2013. P. 500-536.
  • Shevchencko V. On the Prospects of Reforming the Russian State: Current Debates in Science and Beyond // Philosophical Sciences. 2013. No. 7. P. 5-21.
  • Shevchencko V. Was Alexander Herzen the Liberal Westerner? // Liberalism and Socialism: the West and the Russia. M: 2013. P. 198-208.
  • Shevchencko V. Information Aggression against Russia. XXI century: in Search of Answers.// Philosophical Sciences. 2012. No. 8. P. 7-18.
  • Shevchencko V. Gott and Philosophical Life in 60-80-es of the Last Century / The Inevitability of Nonlinear World. M.: 2012. (Co-author A. A. Pruzhinina). P.7-20.
  • Shevchencko V. Karl Kantor, Vladimir Mayakovsky and the Revolution of the Spirit //Problems of Philosophy. 2012, №.12. P.33-37.
  • Shevchencko V. The Collapse of the USSR. The Mechanism of Catastrophe // Philosophical Sciences. 2011.№12. P.15-25, 57-59.
  • Burov V. Fight against corruption in China // Asia and Africa today. 2017. № 6 (719). P. 11-17.
  • Ugrin I. M. Russian statehood and imperial paradigm: philosophical analysis. Moscow, IPhRAS, 2017. 
  • Miourberg I.I., Ugrin I.M. “Post-Modern Empire” in Russian Perspective: An Essay in Political Philosophy // Philosophical Sciences. 2017. Vol. 8, pp. 33-47.
  • Ugrin I. M. A turn to empire? // Konfliktologiya № 2. 2014. С. 161–169. ISSN: 1818-1198.
  • Ugrin I. M. The phenomenon of Daniil Andreyev // Philology: scientific researches. 2014. № 2. С. 147–161. ISSN: 2305-6177.
  • Ugrin I. M. The birth of a citizen: revisiting the development of a civic culture // Culture in a globalizing world: challenges and perspectives. Proceedings of an International Multidisciplinary Applied Science Conference M.: State Fire Academy of Emercom of Russia, 2014.
  • Ugrin I. M. A category of imperial: philosophical analysis // Philosophy and culture. 2014. С. 1584-1591. ISSN: 1999-2793.
  • Ugrin I. M. A question of the Russian state in the light of a problem of the clash of civilizations // Philosophical sciences. 2014. С.119-129. ISSN: 0235-1188.
  • Ugrin I. M. Between the law and the truth: on some specifics of Russian civic culture // Philosophical thought. – 2014. – № 12. С. 123-152. ISSN: 2409-8728.