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Publications

Monographs:

  • The emigration of scientists from Russia. M .: Canon + ROOI "Rehabilitation", 2014. 179 p. 
  • Scientific Intelligentsia in the new Russia. M. IPH RAS, 2008. 147 p.
  • Russian scientific intelligentsia in the mirror reforms (Co-authored). 


Selected articles: 

 

2020

 

  • Realities of modern Russian science, Filosofskaya shkola / Philosophical school, 2020, No. 11, pp. 16-24. DOI: 10.24411/2541-7673-2020-11102

 

2019

 

  • Emigration of scientists as an indicator of the state of modern Russian science, Filosofskaya shkola / Philosophical school, 2019, No. 8, pp. 82-91.  DOI: 10.24411/2541-7673-2019-10821
  • Sources of science development in modern Russia, Socialno-gumanitarnye znaniya, 2019, No. 4, pp. 42-55.


2018


  • Can the Russian intelligentsia be considered a special sociocultural phenomenon? // Philosophy and Culture. 2018. No. 6. S. 78-89. DOI: 10.7256 / 2454-0757.2018.6.25679
  • The Soviet past and the Russian present: successes and failures // Social and humanitarian knowledge. 2018. No. 2. S. 7-23.


2017

  • Negative trends in the development of modern Russian science // Socio-humanitarian knowledge.2017. № 5. P. 60-75
  • From the history of scientific achievements of Soviet scientists // Socio-humanitarian knowledge.2017. № 2. P. 34-49.


2016

 

  • Has the Russian intelligentsia remained in the memory of people  as a sociocultural phenomenon? // Socio-humanitarian knowledge. 2016. No. 2. P. 50-65.
  • Russian State  policy  in relation to science: the reform or the destruction of traditions? // Socio-humanitarian knowledge. 2016. No. 5. P. 70-84.

2015 

 

  • Patronage as a form of development of science in Russia // Polinosis. 2015. No. 1. P.  70 - 78.
  • Emigration of scientists from Russia: integration into the international scientific space or disadaptation? // Socio-humanitarian knowledge. 2015. No. 2. S. 57-71.
  • Russian science in the context of radical change // The Imperial Academy of Sciences and arts, Academy of Sciences of the USSR, the Russian Academy of Sciences - the Trinity Academy. To the 290th anniversary of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Comp. and resp. edited by D. V. Jokhadze. M.: Lexicographer-A Maximum; SPb.: The world of 2015. P. 742-756.

 

2014

  •  Is the science to ready for modernization of Russia? // Sociall and humanitarian knowledge. 2014. № 5. P. 38-53.

 

2013

  • Private support of science in Russia // Socio-humanitarian knowledge. 2013. Number 3. Pp. 60-75.
  • Contribution of Russian scientists-emigrants into science // Socio-humanitarian knowledge. 2013. Number 6. Pp. 31-46.

 

2012

 

  • Is there room for intellectuals in Russia's middle class? // In the Materials IX International Conference "Modern intellectuals: the problem of social identity." V.1. Moscow - Ulan-Ude. 2012. Pp. 208-219.
  • Intelligentsia as a source for the formation of the middle class in modern Russia // Problems of Philosophy of Culture. M. IPH RAS, 2012. P.153-173.
  • Feminization of science in modern Russia: for and against // Social and Humanitarian Knowledge. 2012. Number 1. Pp. 43-57.
    Waves of Russian scientific emigration: comparative measurement // Social and Humanitarian Knowledge. 2012. Number 5. With 29-45.

 

2011

 

  • Relationships of science and the state in modern Russia // Polignozis. 2011, № 1. Pp. 45-55.
  • Two Faces of the Russian intelligentsia // Vekhi  - 2009. M., 2011. Pp. 152-160.
  • Integration of intellectuals to power in a time of change in Russia: pro and contra // Problems of Russian self-consciousness: the people, the intellectuals, the power: Proceedings of the 8th All-Russia. Conf. (Moscow-Ufa, 31 May - 2 June 2011). Ufa, 2011. Pp. 160-167.
  • The problem of the Russian intelligentsia in the works of Anton Chekhov // Problems of Russian identity: world outlook of Anton Chekhov: Proceedings of the 7th All-Russia. Conf. (Moscow-Rostov-on-Don, 12-16 October., 2010). M., 2011. Pp. 95-103.
  • Contemporaries of  Ivan Frolov about his book "Genetics and Dialectics" // Man in the unity of the social and biological qualities. M., 2011. Pp. 177-183.

2010

 

  • Trouble and guilt of contemporary Russian intelligentsia // Intellectuals in a changing society: social status, appearance, values, scenario: Materials of VIII International Scientific Conference. Moscow-Ulan-Ude, 2010. Pp. 118-123.
  • Globalization and the "brain drain" from Russia: the challenge of domestic science // Philosophy in the Dialogue of Cultures: Proceedings of the World. Philosophy Day. Moscow, 2010. Pp. 467-478.
  • Marx and position of science in modern Russia // Marxist doctrine in the XXI century. Capital. Formation. Contradictions. Moscow, 2010. Pp. 300-311.
  • The connection of tradition and innovation in the development of science in the post-Soviet Russia // Social and Humanitarian Knowledge. 2010. Number 3. Pp. 17-28.
  • Traditional and new forms of support for science in Russia // Problems of Russian self-conscipisness: Proceedings of the 4th All-Russia. Conf. Moscow, 2010. Pp. 204-210.

 

2009

 

  • Intelligentsia’s immigration as an aspect of Russian socio-cultural transformation // Cultural Transformation in Contemporary Russia: (socio-philosophical. analysis). M., 2009. Pp. 111-125.
  • Past and present in the minds of Russian intelligentsia // Problems of Russian self-consciousness: an evolutionary formation and revolutionary  break: Proceedings of the 3rd All-Russia. Conf., 22-24 May 2008, Moscow-Penza. M., 2009. Pp. 108-116.
    Destructive stratum // Literature paper. 14-20 October. 2009
  • Russian intelligentsia: myth or reality? // Social and human knowledge. 2009. Number 3. Pp. 48-59.

 

2008

 

  • The intelligentsia as an indicator of the development of civil society in modern Russia // Man and Culture in the development of civil society in Russia. Moscow, 2008 
  • Outflow from science: winning or losing? // Sociological Reseach. 2008. № 9 
    Emigration of Russian-speaking intellectuals from the post-Soviet republics // Intelligentsia and problems of ethnic relations: Materials of XII scientific. Conf. Moscow-Ulan-Ude, 2008

 

2007

 

  • The post-Soviet intelligentsia and mysticism // Intellectuals and cultural interaction: Materials of VI International scientific Conference T. I. Moscow-Ulan-Ude, 2007. Pp. 235-244
  • Religion and the intellectuals in the modern history of Russia // Social and human knowledge. 2007. Number 4. Pp. 277-290

 

2006-2000

 

  • Social and political attitudes of the Russian intelligentsia // Social and Humanitarian Knowledge, 2006, № 4.
  • The need to improve the creative role of science in the rise of Russia // Russia at the beginning of XXI century. - The New Course, M., IPH RAS, 2005.
  • Scientific emigration from Russia // Free Thought - XXI, 2004, № 3.
  • The formation of a middle class in reforming Russia // Marxism. Past, present, future. - Moscow, 2003
  • The scientific intelligentsia of Russia: 10 years later // Social and Humanitarian Knowledge, 2002, № 4 
  • Guidelines of preservation of science in Russia // Sociological Research, 2001, № 12.
  • Split intelligentsia // Free Thought-XXI, 2001, № 12.
  • Russia: what reforms do we need? // Bulletin of Moscow University, 2000, № 2.