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Journal "Philosophy of Religion: Analytic Researches"

Journal "Philosophy of Religion: Analytic Researches" (ISSN 2587-683X)

 

Editor-in-Chief – Vladimir K. Shokhin (RAS Institute of Philosophy, Moscow, Russia)
Scientific Editor – Kirill V. Karpov (RAS Institute of Philosophy, Moscow, Russia)
Executive Editor – Tatiana S. Samarina (RAS Institute of Philosophy, Moscow, Russia)

Editorial Board
Igor G. Gasparov (Voronezh State Medical University named after N.N. Burdenko,
Voronezh, Russia)
Georg Gasser (University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria)
Hans-Peter Grosshans (University of Muenster, Muenster, Germany)
Stephen Davis (Claremont McKenna Colledge, Claremont, USA)
Kenneth Kemp (University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, USA)
Svetlana A. Konacheva (Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia)
Michael Murray (Franklin & Marshall Colledge, Lancaster, USA)
Janusz Salamon (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic)
Michael Stoeber (University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada)
Richard Swinburne (University of Oxford, Oxford, UK)
William Wainwright (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, USA)
Alexey R. Fokin (RAS Institute of Philosophy, Moscow, Russia)

 

Publisher: Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences
Frequency: 2 times per year
First issue: 2007 (under the title Philosophy of Religion: An Almanac, ISSN 2313-8750); since August 2017 under the new title Philosophy of Religion: Analytic Researches (ISSN 2587-683X)
The journal is registered with the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology, and Mass Media (Roskomnadzor). The Mass Media Registration Certificate No. FS77-70692 on August 15, 2017

The Journal is indexed in Russian Science Citation Index; Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory


All materials published in the Philosophy of Religion: Analytic Researches undergo peer review process


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Philosophy of Religion: Analytic Researches, 2018, Vol. 2, No. 1.

 

ISSN 2587-683X

 

 

Philosophy of Religion: Analytic Researches, 2017, Vol. 1, No. 1.


ISSN 2587-683X


Philosophy of Religion. An Almanac. 2014-2015 / Ed. by V.K. Shokhin. Moscow, 2015.

 

Philosophy of Religion. An Almanac. 2014-2015 / Ed. by V.K. Shokhin. Moscow, 2015.

Philosophy of Religion: An Almanac

 

Philosophy of Religion. An Almanac. 2010-2011 / Ed. by V.K. Shokhin. Moscow, 2011.

 

ISBN 978-5-9551-0364-8

 

The third edition of the international periodical “Philosophy of Religion”, contributed by Russian and Anglo-American philosophers, theologians and religious scholars, contains the same basic rubrics as the previous issues (2006 - 2007, Publishing House “Nauka”, and 2008 - 2009, Publishing House “Languages of Slavonic Cultures”). Papers of very representative international conference “Philosophical Theology and Christian Tradition” (Moscow, 1 - 3 June 2010) are presented in a separate section. The section “Classical Authors” is greatly expanded (every translation is preceded by an article about a translated author), so that Russian-speaking readers are able to acquaint themselves with the legacy of Gregory of Rimini (1300-1358) (status of theology as a kind of knowledge), and Franz von Baader (1765-1841) (criticism of the Kantian philosophy of religion) for the first time. Also for the first time sections of book reviews and historiography contain material of Oriental studies presented by discussion of Russian encyclopedia “Spiritual Culture of China” and foreign researches on viśista-advaita and medieval Japanese Buddhism.

The Almanac is intended for experts in philosophy of religion, theology, religious studies, as well as for the general audience interested in philosophical and religious issues in the broadest scope.

 

 

 Philosophy of Religion. An Almanac 2008-2009

Philosophy of Religion. An Almanac. 2008-2009 / Ed. by V.K. Shokhin. Moscow, 2010.

 

ISBN 978-5-9551-0364-8

 

The new international serial publication “Philosophy of religion” continues to aquaint the Russian reader with the field of philosophy scarcely known to him which functions as a metatheoretical coordination of the sciences of religion and “sciences of spirit”. The Almanac (one number in two years) is being contributed to by Russian and foreign philosophers, theologians, historians of the Christian culture and interreligious relations. This second issue has (as the previous one, 2006-2007) sections dealing with philosophy of religion as a separate discipline, contemporary philosophical theism, history of natural theology, as well as publications of classics and book reviews. But “contemporary classics” are also among the contributors of the volume, to mention only Richard Swinburne and Alvin Plantinga from Anglo-American side and Richard Schaeffler from the continental tradition. One of the thoroughst investigation of Anselm’s onthological notion of God, as well as comparative analysis of Indian atmavada are among the publications of the issue, and one of the basic Schelling’s work, The Stuttgart Private Lectures, is published in Russian for the first time.

 

Almanac is intended for the both experts in philosophy, theology and religious studies and the general public interested in divine philosophical approaches to religion.

 

 

Philosophy of Religion. An Almanac 2006-2007

Philosophy of Religion. An Almanac. 2006-2007 / Ed. by V.K. Shokhin. Moscow, 2007.

 

ISBN 978-5-02-035858-4

 

This new international serial publication acquaints the Russian readers with a field of philosophy almost unknown to them, because philosophy of religion is not the same as religious philosophy, but rather a metatheoretical coordination of the sciences of religion and "sciences of spirit". The first issue has sections dealing with philosophy of religion as a separate philosophical discipline, contemporary philosophical theism, history of natural theology, as well as publications of classics and book reviews. The Almanac (one number in two years) is being contributed to by Russian and foreign philosophers, theologians, historians of the Christian culture and interreligious relations.

It is intended for both experts in philosophy, theology and religious studies and the general public interested in diverse philosophical approaches to religion, while some of its sections might be used in teaching corresponding subjects as well.