Institute of Philosophy
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  Andrey V. Prokofyev
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Andrey V. Prokofyev

Andrey V. Prokofiev

 

Date and Placeof birth

 

1972. Tula, Russia

 

 

Degrees

  • Senior Lecturer of the Philosophy department (the diploma of the Russian Ministry of Education, 2001);
  • Cand. Sc. Philosophy [Ph.D.], Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, 1997;
  • [B.A.] History, Tula Tolstoy Teacher-training University, 1994.

 

 

 

ORCID: 0000-0001-5015-8226                                       

Researcher IDS-6676-2017  

 

Scopus Author ID57197718371

 

РИНЦ SPIN8854-9964, AuthorID: 415345                                                

Professional
appointments

Full-time
appointments

 

  • Leading Research Fellow, Department of Ethics, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow: 2013 – present.

Part-time appointments (selected)

 

  • Professor, Chair of Ethics, Faculty of  Philosophy, Moscow Lomonosov State University: 2007–2013;
  • Senior Lecturer, Professor, Department of Philosophy and Culture Studies, Leo Tolstoy Tula State Pedagogical University: 2005–2007;
  • Post-Doctoral Student, Department of Ethics, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow: 2002 – 2005;
  • Assistant Professor, Senior Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Leo Tolstoy Tula State Pedagogical University: 1994–2002;
  • Associate Fellow, The Center for Aplied Ethics, Tiumen State University for Oil and Gas: 2011 – present;
  • Research Fellow Out-of-Stuff, Department of Ethics, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow: 2010–2013;
  • Senior (Leading) Research Fellow, Department of Ethics, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow: 2000–2008;
  • Senior Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Leo Tolstoy Tula State Pedagogical University: 2002–2005.  
  

Professional honors

Program “ Cand. Sc. and Dr. Sc. of Russian Academy of Sciences”, Russian Science Support Foundation, Prize-winner, 2008–2009.

 

 

Teaching 
Experience

  • Phenomenon of Public Morality:  Course for Students of Moral Philosophy (36 hours): Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2012; 
  • Problem Spots of Public Morality: Course for Students of Moral Philosophy (36 hours) Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2011; 
  • Ethics: Systematic Course for Students in Philosophy (144 hours):  Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2011.
  • Social Ethics: Course for Students of Moral Philosophy (36 hours): Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2008–2010;
  • Ethics: Course for Students of Culture Studies (36 hours):
    Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2008–2013;
  • Political Ethics: Course for Students in Philosophy and Political Sciences (36 hours):  Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2007–2013; 
  • Contemporary Theories of Justice: Course for Sudents of Moral Philosophy (36 hours): Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2007–2012;
  • Ethics: Course for Students of Russian Philology (36
    hours), Leo Tolstoy Tula State Pedagogical University: 2007;
  • Ethics: Elective Course (36, 54, 72 hours), Leo Tolstoy Tula State Pedagogical University: 1998–2007;
  • Culture Studies: Regular Course  (36 hours), Leo Tolstoy Tula State Pedagogical University: 1998–2002;
  • History of Religions: Regular Course  (72 hours), Leo Tolstoy Tula State Pedagogical University: 1998–1999; 
  • Ethics of Leo Tolstoy: Regular Course (18 hours) Leo Tolstoy Tula State Pedagogical University: 1995–1996;
  • Philosophy: Regular Course (138, 104, 52, 46 hours) Leo Tolstoy Tula State Pedagogical University: 1994–2007.
 

Professional
activities

  • Scientific seminar "Justice and Possibilities of Diminishing of Violence", Novgorod, Interregional Institute of Social Sciences, 2003;
  • Scientific seminar "Justice and Possibilities of Diminishing of Violence", Novgorod, Interregional Institute of Social Sciences, 2002;
  • Scientific seminar "Morality. Politics. Power.", Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences, 2001;
  • Scientific seminar "Ethics of Perfection", the Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, 2001;
  • International Summer School in the History of Ideas, "Russian Utopia of the Enlightenment and World Traditions of Utopianism". St. Petersburg , 2000 (financed by the HESP/OSI); 
  • International Summer School in the History of Ideas, "The Idea of History in Russian Enlightenment". St. Petersburg , 1998 (financed by the HESP/OSI).

 

Academic
presentation

  • Ethnocultural Justice and the Politics of Recognition: Modern Problems and Decisions - Scientific seminar "Justice and Possibilities of Diminishing of Violence", The Novgorod, Interregional institute of social sciences, 2003;
  • Collective responsibility - Scientific seminar "Justice and Possibilities of Diminishing of Violence", Novgorod, Interregional institute of social sciences, 2002;
  • Moral perfectionism and the value foundations of political discourse - Scientific seminar "Morality. Politics. Power.", Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences, 2001;
  • The Idea of Moral Perfection in Social Ethics - Scientific seminar "Ethics of Perfection", Institute of Philosophy, 2001;
  • Morality and Utopia (on the role of deviations of moral didactics) - International Summer School in the History of Ideas, "Russian Utopia of the Enlightenment and World Traditions of Utopianism". St. Petersburg , 2000;
  • A.S. Shishkov: The Linguistic Utopia of Russian Traditionalism and Its Roots - International Summer School in the History of Ideas, "The Idea of History in Russian Enlightenment". St. Petersburg , 1998.

 

Grants

  • The Prohibition on the Use of Force: Moral Status and Practical Concretizations (individual project).  – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2012–2013.
  • Publication of the monograph “Giving Everyone His Due…: An Introduction to a Theory of Justice” (30 author’s sheets, author – A.V.Prokofyev).  – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2013.
  • The Principle of the Protection of the Interests of Future Generations in Environmental Ethics (Theoretical Justification, Normative Content and Practical Realization) (individual project).  – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2012–2013.
  • Emotional Basis and Mechanisms of Moral Experience (collective project, member). – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2012–2013.
  • Justice in the Environmental Decision-making: Theoretical Foundations and Practical Contexts (collective project, director). – President of Russian Federation, 2010–2011.
  • Typology of Justice: Historical and Theoretical Aspects (individual project).  – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2009–2010.
  • The Concept of Lesser Evil: Content, Criteria, and Conditions of Application (individual project). – President of Russian Federation, 2008–2009.
  • Ethical Utilitarianism of John Stewart Mill (group project, member), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2008–2009.
  • Universal and Particular Content of Morality (the problem of Special Obligations). – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2007–2008.
  • The Problem of Deployment of  Nonrenewable Resources in the Light of a Theory of Justice  (individual project). – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2007–2008.
  • Public Morality: Research Methods, Normative-ethical, and Applied-ethical Issues. Russian Belorussian research project (group project, member), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2006–2007.
  • The Project of Pluralization of Success (the Normative Analysis of the Social Strategy) (individual project). – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2006.
  • Morality of Individual Perfection and Social Morality in the Context of History of Philosophy (individual project). – President of Russian Federation, 2005–2006.
  • Ethnocultural Justice: Ethical Issues of the Politics of Recognition (individual project). – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2005–2006.
  • Moral Neutrality of Public Sphere as a Problem of Social Ethics (individual project). – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2005.
  • The Idea of Collective Moral Responsibility (individual project). – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2004;
  • Metanormative Foundations of Social Ethics (individual project). – Russian Ministry of Education, 2002–2004;
  • Social Justice: Normative Content and Historical Development of the Concept (individual project). – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2001–2003;
  • Systematization of Ethical Knowledge (group project, member). – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 1995–1997.
 
Publications
(selected)

 Books

  • The Phenomenon of Moral Normativity: A Critical Essay. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences Publ., 2018. 196 p. (co-authors – R.G. Apressyan, O.V. Artemieva).
  • Giving Everyone His Due: An Introduction to the Theory of Justice. Moscow.: Alfa–M, 2013. 512 p.
  • Justice and Responsibility: Social Problems in Moral Philosophy. Tula: Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University Publ., 2006. 277 p.
  • Morality of Individual Perfection and Public Morality: An Inquiry into a Diversity of Moral Phenomena). Novgorod: Yaroslav-the-Wise Novgorod State University Publ., 2006. 284 p.

Book Chapters and Journal Articles (selected) 

 

2021


  • "Ethics and Psychology (the Case of Shame Studies)", The Philosophy Journal, 2021, Vol. 14, No. 4, pp. 5–21.
  • "Joseph Butler as a Critic of the Protoutilitarianism", The Moscow University Herald. Series 7, 2021, No. 7, pp. 107–120.
  • "Benevolence and Abhorrence of Incest (the Case of Francis Hutcheson)", Dialogue with Time, 2021, Issue 77, pp. 124–136.
  • "Francis Hutcheson on Shame", Ethical Thought, 2021, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 88–105.
  • "Circumstances of Justice: From David Hume to John Rawls", Chelovek/Human being, 2021, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 88–96.
  • "On the Problem of Shame in the Summa Theologica of Thomas Aquinas", Humanistic Bulletin of the Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, 2021, Issue 3 (39), pp. 17–32.
  • "Egoism, Cooperation and Justification of Morality", Philosophy and Society, 2021, No. 3 (100), pp. 86–106.
  • "Justification of Morality: Clarifying One of the Tasks of the Ethical Theory", Technologos, 2021, No. 3, pp. 34–44.
  • "Moral Realism as a Conception of the Justification of Morality", NOMOTHETIKA: Philosophy. Sociology. Law, 2021, Vol. 46, No. 2, pp. 203–213.
  • "The Justification of Moral Duty on the Basis of the Strategic Egoism: pro et contra", Ethical Studies (online academic journal), 2001, Vol. 6, Issue 2, pp. 55–63.
  • "The Paradox of Hedonism in the Ethics of Joseph Butler (the Chapter from the History of the Justification of Morality)", Problems of Ethics: Philosophical-Ethical Almanac, 2021, Issue X, pp. 82–91.
  • "Academic Ethics of Edward Shils", Humanistic Bulletin of the Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, 2021, Issue 1 (37), pp. 36–55.
  • "The Digitalization of the University and Ethics of Higher Education", European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences, 2021, Vol. 20 "International Scientific Conference «PERISHABLE AND ETERNAL: Mythologies and Social Technologies of Digital Civilization-2021»" (PERAET 2021), pp. 226–232.
  • "The Digitalization of the University: Threats and Opportunities", Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, Issue 57, pp. 10–33.
  • "The Ethics of Professors in the Digital University", Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, Issue 58, pp. 31–53.

2020
  • “On the Place of Impartiality in the Moral Normative System”, Questions of Philosophy, 2020, No. 4, pp. 110–120. (expanded version: Morality and Universality. Issue III, ed. by R. Apressyan. Moscow: Humanist Publishing House, 2020, pp. 92–106).
  • Universality in Morality: the Collective Monograph, ed. by R.G. Apressyan. Moscow: Sadra Publ., 2020. 480 p. (Ch. ‘Moral Universality: Aspects and Related Phenomena’, pp. 299–348; Ch. ‘Universality and Particularity in Social-Moral Practice’, pp. 369–447).
  • “The Transformation of Representations of the Normative Content of Morality in Moral Philosophy of the Early Modern Age”, Philosophical Thought, 2020, No. 11, pp. 91–107.
  • “Under the Eye of Others (the Socialized Interpretation of Shame in the History of Ethics)”, Journal of Siberian Federal University. Humanities & Social Sciences, 2020, Vol. 13(8), pp. 1356–1369.
  • “Darwinian Projects in Social Ethics and the Idea of Justice”, Philosophy and Society, 2020, No. 3 (96), pp. 83–102.
  • “Ruben Apressyan’s Moral Philosophy”, Russian Studies in Philosophy, 2020, Vol. 58, No. 2, pp. 75–92 (with Olga V. Artemyeva).
  • “Justice: Virtue or Principles?”, Chelovek / Human being, 2020, Vol. 31, No. 3, pp. 25–44.
  • “The Retrospective Moral Responsibility and Moral Sanctions”, Humanistic Bulletin of the Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, 2020, Issue 2 (34), pp. 5–13.
  • “The Justification of Morality in the Contemporary Eudemonistic Ethics”, Ethical Thought,2020, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 32–51. (English translation: Social Sciences, 2021, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 80–94).
  • “The Paradox of Hedonism as a Means of Justification of Morality”, NOMOTHETIKA: Philosophy. Sociology. Law, 2020, Vol. 45, No. 4, pp. 685–695.
  • “Justification of Morality and Prichard’s Dilemma”, Humanistic Bulletin of the Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, 2020, Issue 1 (33), pp. 5–21.
  • “Professorial Ethics and the Idea of Academic Citizenship”, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2020, Issue 55, pp. 20–41.
  • “On Some Aspects of the Ethics of Peer-Review in Academic Journals”, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2019, Issue 56, pp. 42–66.

2019

  • “Morality, Probability, and Risk”, The Philosophy Journal, 2019, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 5–19 (English translation: Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2020, Vol. 90, No. 5).
  • “Moral Objectivity and Moral Universality: the Problem of Correlation”, Tomsk State University Journal of Philosophy, Sociology and Political Science, 2019, Vol. 47, pp. 70–78.
  • “Impartiality: the Analysis of a Moral Concept”, Chelovek / Human being, 2019, Vol. 30, No. 4, pp. 6–24.
  • “Universality and Moral Features Associated with It”, Morality and Universality. Issue I, ed. by R. Apressyan. Moscow: Humanist Publishing House, 2019, pp. 151–178.
  • ”The Idea of Just War in the Western Ethical Tradition (from Antiquity to the Mid-18th Century)”, Ethical Thought, 2019, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 112–127.
  • “Polemics on the Content of Moral Virtue in British Philosophy of the 18th Century”, History of Philosophy, 2019, Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 31–43.
  • “Two Issues of the History of the Post-Medieval Ethics”, Humanistic Bulletin of the Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, 2019, Issue 2 (30), pp. 52–68.
  • “Leo Tolstoy's Ethics in the Context of the Moral Luck Theory”, Humanistic Bulletin of the Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, 2019, Issue 1 (29), pp. 52–68.
  • “Utilitarianism”, Philosophical Anthropology, 2019, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 192–215.
  • “Academic Supervising  and Academic Mentoring: Ethical Aspects”, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2019, Issue 53, pp. 25–44.
  • “Professional Ethics: the Modes of Practical Activity”, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2019, Issue 54, pp. 19–40.
 
2018
  • “Universality as a Feature of Moral Phenomena”, Questions of Philosophy, 2018, No. 11, pp. 47–56.
  • “The Universality of Moral Requirements and Duties to Close Persons”, Philosophical Sciences, 2018. No. 11, pp. 103–113.
  • “The Moral Status of Special Obligations”, Morality and Universality. Issue I, ed. by R. Apressyan. Moscow: Humanist Publishing House, 2018, pp. 128–171.
  • “Francis Hutcheson and the Possibility of Moral Virtue beyond the Scope of Benevolence”, Ethical Thought, 2018, Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 43–56.
  • “Argument from Disagreements over the Definition of Evil in Tolstoy’s Ethics of Non-Violence”, Humanistic Bulletin of the Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, 2018, Issue 3 (27).
  • “The Problem of Precaution: Normative Content, Grounds for Urgency, Alternative Solutions”, RUDN Journal of Philosophy, 2018, Vol. 22, No. 3, pp. 291–300.
  • “The Contractualist Ethics in an Interspecies Context”, Belgorod State University Scientific bulletin. Philosophy. Sociology, and Law, 2018, Vol. 43, No. 3, pp. 477–484.
  • “Two Representations of Moral Values: Duty and Supererogation”, Bulletin of PNRPU. Culture. History. Philosophy. Law, 2018, No. 3, pp. 28–36.
  • “Shame and Shared Moral Responsibility”, Philosophy and Society, 2018, No. 3(88), pp. 40–58.
  • “Shame and Moral Responsibility of Organized Collectives”, Knowledge. Understanding. Skill, 2018, No. 3, pp. 78–90.
  • “Shaming Legal Sanctions in the Context of Psychology of Shame”, Actual Problems of Russian Law, 2018. No. 8 (93), pp. 27–34.
  • “John Stuart Mill: A Philosophical Inquiry into the Mission of the University”, Russian Journal of the Humanities Humanities, 2018, Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 184–196.
  • ”The Economic Challenge to the University: an Ethical Reflection”, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2018, Issue 51, pp. 9–31.
  • “Institutionalization of Professional and Organizational Ethics: The Range of the Possible”, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2018, Issue 52, pp. 19–36.

 

2017

  • “Why Should I be Moral? (The Theoretical Context of Justification of Morality)”, Ethical Thought, 2017, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 5–17.
  • “Morality in the Modern World and the Problems of Russian Ethics. Materials of the Conference –Round-Table”, Questions of Philosophy, 2017, No. 10, pp. 5–46.
  • “The Root of the Whole Moral Life of Man (Moral Philosophy of Vladimir Soloviev and the Problem of Shame)”, The History of Philosophy, 2017, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 38–52.
  • “Shame Without the ‘Eye of Others’ (an Ethical Analysis of the Desocialized Conception of Shame)”, Chelovek / Human being, 2017, Vol. 4, pp. 38–51.
  • “Moral Responsibility, Guilt and Shame in the Context of Collective Agency”, Humanistic Bulletin of the Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, 2017, Issue 3 (19), pp. 48–56.
  • “Socialized and Desocialized Conceptions of Shame: Peculiarities and Possible Synthesis”, Philosophy and Society, 2017, No. 2 (83), pp. 68–86.
  • “Definition and Typology of Justice in the History of Western Ethical Thought”, Proceedings of the Tula State University. Humanities, 2017, Issue 2, pp. 136–145.
  • “The Contemporary Reception of the Humean Circumstances of Justice”, Humanistic Bulletin of the Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, 2017, Issue 2 (22), pp. 30–38.
  • “Normative Ethics: Tasks and Methodological Models”, Morality in the Modern World and the Problems of Russian Ethics, ed.by B.I. Pruzhinin. Moscow: CGI Print Publ., 2017, pp. 33–45.
  • “Moral Foundations of Ecological Policy: Maximization of Aggregate Utility, Improvement of the Quality of Life, and the Precautionary Principle”, Humanistic Bulletin of the Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, 2017, Issue 3 (23), pp. 37–48.
  • “On the Duties of Professors (the Normative Context of the Discussion on the Professorial Professional Success)”, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2017, Issue. 49, pp. 15–40.
  • “The Autonomy of a Professional and the Autonomy of a Profession”, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2017, Issue 50, pp. 9–29.
  • “Systematization of the Contemporary Ethics: Theoretical Approaches, Methods, and Schemes (Materials of the Round-table Discussion)”, Ethical Thought, 2017, Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 5–45.

 

2016

  • “‘Keep Your Eye on the Intuitions…’: Theoretical Problematizations of Intuitive Moral Judgments in Contemporary Ethics”, The Philosophy Journal, 2016, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 146–163.
  • “On the Moral Significance of Shame”, Ethical Thought, 2016, Vol. 17, No. 2.
  • “Morality and Sexual Shame (Vladimir Soloviev – Max Scheler – David Velleman)”, Philosophy and Culture, 2016, No. 7, pp. 889–899.
  • “The Uses of the Evolutionary Argument in Normative Ethics: Pro et Contra”, Lex Russica, 2016, Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 170–177.
  • “Self-Sufficiency and Risk in Morality (Some Sources of the Moral Teaching of Leo Tolstoy)”, Proceedings of the Tula State University. Humanities, 2016, Issue 2, pp. 172–179.
  • “The Phenomenon of Universality in Ethics (Materials of the Round-Table Discussion)”, Ethical Thought, 2016, Vol. 16, No. 1.
  • ”Justice as a Normative Category: In Search of the Conceptual Certainty”, Lex Russica, 2016, No. 11, pp. 245–249.
  • “The Moral Significance of Meaningful Work”, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2016, Issue 48, pp. 36–59.
  • “Ethics and Professionalism in the Contemporary University”, RUDN Journal of Philosophy, 2016, No. 3, pp. 51–59.

 

 Book Chapters and Journal Articles 1998–2015 (selected)

  • Circumstances of Justice: Aristotle and Hume, Proceedings of the Tula State University. Humanities, 2015, Issue 4, pp. 115–125.
  • The Problem of the Use of Force in Utilitarian Ethics, Ethical Thought, 2015. Issue. 14. pp. 88–107.
  • Organizational Needs of Society as an Origin of Morality in Ethics of Bernard Mandeville),  Ethical Thought. 2015. Issue. 14. pp. 43–64.
  • Just War as a Punishment of an Aggressor, Problems of Ethics: Philosophical-Ethical Almanac, 2015, Issue V, Part I, pp. 146–159.
  • The Question of the Hierarchy of Moral Requirements in the Ethics of Francis Hutcheson), Historical-Philosophical Yearbook. 2015. Мoscow: Akvilon, 2015. pp. 132–153.
  • Morality, Justice, and Cultural Diversity, Russia in the Architecture of the Global World: The Civilizational Dimension), ed. By A.V. Smirnov. M.: Yazyki slavyanskoi kul'tury: Znak, 2015. pp. 402–470.
  • On Professional Ethics of the Academic Administration, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2015, Issue 47, pp. 27–50.
  • Applied Ethics as a Projection of General Moral Principles: an Evaluation of the Theoretical Model) Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2015, Issue 46, pp. 25–34.
  • Interpretations of the Prohibition on the Use of Force in Normative Ethics (the Essence of Disagreements and Prospects of the Synthesis, 2015, RUDN Journal of Philosophy, No 2. pp. 16–23.
  • Morality in the Reality of Human Relationships, Philosophical Sciences, 2014, No 1, pp. 134–43 (co-author – O.V.Artemieva).
  • Social Regulation and Morality (on the Issue of Sources of Moral Normativity), RUDN Journal of Philosophy, 2014. No 2. pp. 24–34.
  • Moral Absolutism and the Doctrine of Double Effect in the Context of Debates about Moral Permissibility of the Use of Force), Ethical Thought, 2014. Issue. 14. pp. 43–64.
  • Perfect and Imperfect Rights and Duties: the Interpretation of Frances Hutcheson, Philosophical Sciences, 2104. No 11. pp. 54–63.
  • British Moralists: Frances Hutcheson, Philosophical Sciences, 2014. No. 11. pp. 40–41.
  • The Consent-Principle and the Use of Force), Questions of Philosophy, 2014. No 12. pp. 35–44.
  • Aspirational Ethics of Engineering (an analysis of the project in professional ethics), Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2014, Issue. 44, pp. 11–36.
  • Professional and Organizational Ethics in the Light of the Conception of Institutional Evil, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2014, Issue. 45, pp. 48–69.
  • The Emotional Background of the Ethics of Justice: The Dark Side, Problems of Ethics: Philosophical-Ethical Almanac, 2014, Issue IV, pp. 4–19.
  • On the Conception of Morality developed by A.A.Guseynov, Morality: Diversity of concepts and meanings. A Festschrift for 75-th Birthday of Abdusalam Guseynov, ed. by O.Zubets. Moscow: Alfa-M, pp. 114–132.
  • Can Morality Be Defined, Morality: Diversity of concepts and meanings. A Festschrift for 75-th Birthday of Abdusalam Guseynov, ed. by O.Zubets. Moscow: Alfa-M, pp. 114–132.
  • Ethics of Force: in Confrontation with Ethics of Nonviolence and in Solitude, Understanding the Good, ed. by O.Artemyeva, A.Prokofyev. Moscow, Alfa-M, 2013. pp. 256–289.
  • On Changing Hats: Tracing One Theoretical Discussion in Engineering Ethics, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2013, Issue. 43, pp. 27–41.
  • The Role of Reactive Anti-altruistic Emotions in Psychological Experience of Justice, Philosophy and Culture, 2013, No 7, pp. 889–899.
  • Justice and Ressentiment (Marginal Notes on F.Nietzsche’ On the Genealogy of Morality), Ethical Thought. 2013. Issue 13, pp. 175–198.
  • The Protection of Future Generations’ Interests: Theory and Practice, Chelovek/Human Being, 2013, No 5, pp. 5–20.
  • The Protection of Future Generations’ Interests in the Contract-based Ethical Theory, The Moscow University Herald. Series 7. Philosophy, 2013. No 3. pp. 78–93.
  • The Sense of Resentment in Moral Experience (A.Smith against D.Hume, Knowledge. Understanding. Skill, 2012. No 4. pp. 148–153.
  • The Protection of Future Generations’ Interests: Utilitarian View, Philosophy and Culture, 2012, No 9, pp. 139–150.
  • Social Justice and Environment, Moscow University Herald. Series 7. Philosophy, 2012, No 3. pp. 64–78.
  • Between Natural and Artificial: the Normative Content and Psychological Mechanisms of Ethics of Justice in D.Hume and A.Smith, Ethical Thought, 2012, Issue 12, pp. 193–231.
  • Ethical Expertise: Some Methaethical Problems, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2012, Issue. 41, pp. 135–156.
  • Risk and Precaution in Political Ethics, Political-Philosophical Yearbook, 2012, Issue 5, pp. 49–68.
  • Introduction of the Discipline «Basics of Religious Cultures and Secular Ethics» into School Curricula: Ends and Means, Philosophical Studies, 2011, No. 2, pp. 51–60.
  • Climate Justice: Russian Context, Ethical Thought, 2011, Issue 11, p. 86–107.
  • Definitions and Typologies of Justice (Locke–Hume–Smith), Questions of Philosophy, 2011. No 6. P. 133–144.
  • Nonviolence Ethics as an Escape from Moral Risk, Philosophy and Culture, 2011, No 7, pp. 137–149.
  • Ethical Infrastructure of University and Theoretical Images of Morality, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2011, Issue 38, pp. 95–108.
  • Moral Responsibility in Politics through the Prizm of Lesser Evil Ethics, Philosophy Journal, 2011, No 1, pp. 103–114.
  • On Practical Relevance of the Lesser Evil Logic, Ethical Thought, Issue 10, p. 88–102.
  • The Concept of Social Justice in the Works of J.S.Mill, Historical-Philosophical Yearbook 2009, pp. 132–155.
  • The Concept of Social Justice in the History of Ethics (to the Issue of Historical Changes of Typology of Justice, Moscow University Herald. Series 7: Philosophy, 2010. No 6. pp. 36–53.
  • Problems of Justice in the public Debates – in Russia and Abroad, Russia in the Dialog of Cultures, ed. by A.A. Gusseinov, A.V. Smirnov, B.O. Nikolaichev. М.: Nauka, 2010, pp. 383–406.
  • Collective and Shared Responsibility in Environmental Ethics, Ethics and Ecology, ed. by R.G. Apressyan. Novgorod Velikiy: NovMION, 2010, pp. 26–45.
  • Russian Civil Society in the Circle of Imitations, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2010, Issue 37, pp. 37–48.
  • The Provision of an Ecologically Sound Environment from the Standpoint of Social Ethics, Ecological Bulletin, 2010, No 3 (13), pp. 97–103.
  • Kant, Deception, the Use of Force, Russian Studies in Philosophy, 2009–2010,Vol. 48, No 3, pp. 66–81.
  • Leo Tolstoy and Community of Angels, Philosophy and Ethics: Festschift devoted to the 70th Anniversary of Professor Abdusalam Guseynov, ed. by R.G.Apressyan. Moscow, Alpha-M, 2009, pp. 486–501.
  • The Ethics of Emergency in the Light of the Double Effect Doctrine, Moscow University Herald. Series 7: Philosophy, 2009, No 6, pp. 74–82.
  • Choosing the Lesser Evil and the Problem of Limits of Moral Permissibility, Ethical Thought, 2009, Issue 8, pp. 122–145.
  • Beyond Impartiality, Chelovek/Human Being, 2009, No 3, pp. 53–71.
  • Hugo Grotius’ Typology of Justice in the Context of the History of Ethics, Philosophy and Culture, 2009, No 5, pp. 97–107.
  • Ethical Code of the Academic Community: The Experience of its Development, Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics, 2009, Issue 34, pp. 96–113.
  • Lesser Evil and the Particularization of Morality in Professional Ethics, Mediascope, 2009, No 4/
  • On the Ambivalent Meaning of the Concept of Public Morality, Public Morality: Philosophical, Normative-ethical, and Applied Issues, ed. by R.G.Apressyan. Мoscow: Alpha-М, 2009, pp. 63–80.
  • State Paternalism in Russian Politics (the Case of Regulating Game Industry), Public Morality: Philosophical, Normative-ethical, and Applied Issues, ed. by R.G.Apressyan. Мoscow: Alpha-М, 2009, pp. 299–311.
  • The Idea of Justice in J.S.Mill’s ‘Utilitarianism’, Philosophy and Culture, 2008, No 10, pp. 118–133, 137–144.
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Study aids and textbooks
  • The History of Ethical Teachings: The Textbook, ed. by A.A.Guseynov. M.: Triksta Publ., 2015, 7.2.1 pp. 660–670, 7.3.1, pp. 753–761.
  • The Theory of International Relations: The Textbook, ed.by P.A.Tsygankov. M.: Yurait Publ., 2015, pp. 163–186 (The Regulative Function of the International Morality).
  • Ethics: The Textbook, ed. by A.A.Guseynov. M.: Yurait Publ., 2013, pp. 97–263 (Major Concepts of Morality and Ethics); pp. 282–299 (Justification of Morality: Utilitarianism); pp. 366–460 (Morality in the Space of Politics and Jurisprudence).
  • The History of Ethical Teachings: The Textbook. Moscow, Gardariki Publ., 2003. Part VII. Chapter Ш. § I, pp. 753–761.
  • Ethics: Study Aid. Tula. Tula: Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University Publ., 2000 (reprinted in j. Philosophical Education, 2000, № 3).

 

 

 

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