Institute of Philosophy
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  Ekaterina P. Aristova
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Ekaterina P. Aristova

Date and place of birth

1989, Stupino, Moskovskaya oblast


2006-2011 Russian State University for the Humanities, Faculty of Philosophy

2011-2014 post-graduate studies in Russian State University for the Humanities


Research interests:

Philosophical anthropology, Russian literature of XX century, philosophy of language, Patristics


Professional Occupation:

scientific research (research fellow, Institute of philosophy from 2018 to present)



 ResearcherID: V-6346-2018


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Scopus Author ID: 56308645700 

Scientific Internships

2013, Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Institut de recherché et d’histoire des textes, Stage d’initiation au manuscript medieval et au livre humaniste


  • Ambrose of Milan and Aurelius Augustine about soul. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences Publ., 2019. 216 p.

  ISBN 978-5-9540-0349-9


Published articles:
  • Overcoming the Inevitability: An Interpretation of History and Art in Doctor ZhivagoRussian Journal of Philosophical Sciences. 2020;63(7):81-95. (In Russ.)

  • Reflections on Platonov Reflections on Platonov: The Summary of the RAS Institute of Philosophy’s XVI Conference “Problems of Russian Self-Consciousness: ‘People Can Live, but It Is Forbidden,’ Dedicated to the 120th Birth Anniversary of Andrei Platonov”. Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences. 2020;63(5):149-159. (In Russ.)

  • "Before sunrise" by M. M. Zoshchenko:the triumph of mind and individual consciousness. Verhnevolzhski philological bulletin, 2020, No. 3, pp. 213-219.

  • "Humanism after the end of humanity: Renaissance motif "Chevengur" by A. Platonov", in: Thinking about Platonov. In proceedings of the XVI conference "Problems of Russian self-consciousness: "People can live, but he can't". To the 120th anniversary of the birth of Andrey Platonov". Moscow: Golos, 2019. P. 9-27.

  • Maxim Gorky on the characteristic features of Russian society, Verkhnevolzhsky philological bulletin, 2018, No. 3, pp. 220-228. DOI: 10.24411 / 2499-9679-2018-10148 

  • Soul, body and the matter in Ambroses’s of Milan tractates, Psychology and psychotechnics, 2014, No. 6, pp. 631-641.

  • Soul and thinking ability in Ambroses’s of Milan tractates, World of psycology, 2014, No. 2, pp. 280-293.

  • Body and matter in “Plotin’s sermons” of Ambrose of Milan, ΣΧΟΛΗ, 2014, No. 8.2, pp. 136-151.

  • Anthropologie philosophique dans les deux sermons  de Saint Ambroise de Milan à la frontier des époques, Post-graduate studying days in RSUH, 2012, Vol. 6.1, pp. 465-467.



  • Ambrose of Milan. On the good of death / translation from Latin and comments E. P. Aristova, ΣΧΟΛΗ, 2014, No. 8.2, pp. 152-197.

Conferences, summer schools, seminars:

  • Report "Humanism after the end of humanity: Renaissance motif "Chevengur" by A. Platonov" at the XVI all-Russian conference "Problems of Russian self-consciousness: "the people can live, but they can't". To the 120th anniversary of Andrey Platonov's birth" (September 24, 2019, Institute of philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences)
  • Report "Maxim Gorky on the origins of social evil" at the XV conference of the Institute of philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences with the regions of Russia and international participation "Problems of Russian identity: Maxim Gorky and Russian province. To the 150th anniversary of the birth of the writer (Prolegomena)". Moscow, Institute of philosophy RAS, may 31, 2018.