Institute of Philosophy
Russian Academy of Sciences

  Nina T. Abramova
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Nina T. Abramova

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Born on December 25th, 1932, Lenino, Moscow region.


Lomonosov Moscow State University, Philosophy Department, graduated in 1956



Ph.D. in Philosophy, 1963, thesis subject: "Dialectics of the whole and of the part in the structure of matter", Iph RAS

Dc.Sc. in Philosophy, 1975, thesis subject: "Integrity and Control", Iph RAS


Main Research Interests

philosophy and methodology of science


Professional Appointments

Leading Research Fellow of the Iph RAS


Research Projects

  • Philosophical Questions of the Technical Knowledge (collective): 1981-1984;
  • Unity of Scientific Knowledge (collective of the authors from the USSR, the GDR and  Cuba)



Non-verbal Thinking. Moscow: 2002. (in Russian)


Main Scientific Results

In the recent years N.T. Abramova is researching the problems of consciousness and self-consciousness and of non-verbal forms of thinking. She is proposing the idea of mozaic structure of the consciousness, of the fragmentation of its inner structure, and she specializes a few modes of consciousness. New subject of N.T.Abramova’s recearch is models of generelization and types of experience.