Institute of Philosophy
of the Russian Academy of Sciences

  Olga V. Popova
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Olga V. Popova

born in

1980, Chisinau, Moldova




Lomonosov Moscow State University







ORCID: 0000-0002-3825-7544


Researcher ID: U-9759-2017


Scopus Author ID: 57195636588


D.Sc. in Philosophy





Leading Research Fellow, Head of the Department




Research interests

Ethics, bioethics, philosophy of science, philosophy of religion





Belyaletdinov R., Popova O.  Biotechnologies, Body and Sport: Where Are the Boundaries of Freedom? // Горизонты гуманитарного знания, 2019 (4). PP. 48-62. doi:

Kovkel N. F., Popova O. V. PROBLEMS OF APPLYING A SEMIOTIC METHODOLOGY IN MODERN JURISPRUDENCE AND BIOETHICS // ΠΡΑΞΗMΑ. Journal of Visual Semiotics. 2019. Issue 4 (22). P. 126-155. DOI: 10.23951/2312-7899-2019-4-126-155 

Popova, O. V. THE PROTESTING SELF OF BIOETHICS AND THE PATIENT // RUDN Journal Of Philosophy, 2019. 23(3), 346-355. doi: 10.22363/2313-2302-2019-23-3-346-355

Popova, O.V. A Semiotic Approach in Bioethics: From the Reader’s Code of Ethics to Clean Slate Ethics // Горизонты гуманитарного знания, 2019 (4), 18-34. doi:

Popova O.V. Human and human death as a neuroscience ethics problem // Epistemology & Philosophy of Science. 2019, vol. 56, no. 3, pp. 153–168.

The Problem of Personality and Individuality in the Context of the Development of Personalized Medicine // WORKBOOKS ON BIOETHICS. M. 2017

Alternative way for organ donation in societies with traditional beliefs and well organized system of emergency medical care // Transplantation, 2017. Vol. 101. No. 8S-2. P. S41 (255.3). DOI: 10.1097/ (co-authored with Reznik, A. Skvortsov, A. Reznik). *

Cross-Cultural Dimensions of the Problems of Brain Death and Organ Donation // Transplantation. 2017. Vol. 101. No. 8S-2. P. 110. DOI: 10.1097/ (co-authored with O. Reznik, A. Reznik). *

Ethics, Aesthetics, Anesthetic in the Context of the Development of Plastic Surgery, Voprosy Filosofii, Vol. 4 (2017).

Body-oriented technologies: transformation of intimacy // Bioethics in the future: Tecnicization of the man or humanization of the Science: book of abstracts. (Croatia, Brac, Bol, 21-22 Semptember 2015). Bol, 2015. P. 39.

Cross-cultural Approach to the Problem of Brain Death // Book of Abstracts. 9th ISCB Conference Scientific Conference with International Participation «Global and Deep Bioethics» – From New Medical Ethics to the Integrative Bioethics. Rijeka, 2012. P. 35.

Human being as a text and reader's ethics: technological context // Humanitarian Expertise and bioethics. M. 2013