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Olga V. Artemieva

Olga V. Artemieva

 

Date and Place of birth

 

June 21, 1967. Sterlitamak, Bashkortostan, Russia  

 

 

Degrees

 

  • Cand. Sc. Philosophy [Ph.D.], Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, 1994;
  • [B.A.] Philosophy, Moscow Lomonosov University, 1990.

 

Professional appointments 


Full-time

  • Senior Research Fellow: 2011 – present.
  • Research Fellow, Department of Ethics, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences: 1993–2011).

  Half-time

  • Half-time Lecturer, University of Russian Academy of Education, Moscow: 2002–2003;
  • Half-time Lecturer, State University for Humanities, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow: 1999 – present;
  • Half-time Lecturer, Moscow City University of Education, 1997.

 

 

Researcher ID:  S-6699-2017                                                                   

Scopus Author ID57202208766

 

РИНЦ SPIN6408-3605AuthorID: 209835   

Professional activities

  • Academic Secretary, Yearbook Ethical Thought. 2000 – present;
  • XXIII World Congress of Philosophy: Philosophy as Inquiry and Way of Life. “What Morality is About”, (Athens, 04–10 August 2013).
  • International Conference “David Hume and Modern Philosophy”, Moscow, 2011;
  • International Conference “The Images of Modern Morality”, Moscow, Lomonosov University, 2009;
  • International Symposium “Public Morality: Research Methodology, Normative-Ethical and Applied-Ethical Issues”, Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University, 2006;
  • International Workshop “Applied Ethics: Meta-Ethical Reflections”, Kaunas, Lithuania, 2005;
  • International Conference “Ethics: Possible Modes of Actualization”, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev, Ukraine, 2005;
  • Conference “Humanitarian Problems in the Eyes of Young People”, Saransk, Mordvinian State University, 2001;
  • International Summer School “Political Culture and Democratization in Postcommunist Societies”, University of Tübingen, Germany, 2000;
  • Gender Studies, Curriculum Resource Center, Central European University, Hungry, 1998;
  • International Conference “Newly Independent Nations: Past and Present”, Russia, 1996;
  • International Summer School in Political Sciences and International Relations, Poland, 1995, 1996;
  • “Foundations of Civil Society”, Summer Institute, USA, 1995;
  • Research work at Louvain Catholic University, Belgium, 1994;
  • International Summer School in Political Sciences, Poland, 1994;
  • International Summer School “The Ethics of Civil Society”, Russia, 1992;
  • International Summer School “Philosophy, Politics, Law & Human Rights”, Poland, 1992.

 

University courses

  • Ethics: Systematic Course for Students Majored in Philosophy (120 hours), Moscow: State Academic University of Humanities, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow: 1999 – present;
  • Ethics: Regular Course for Students Majored in Philosophy (36 hours), Moscow: University of Russian Academy of Education, 2002–2003;
  • Philosophy: Regular Course for Students Majored in History (36 hours), Moscow City University of Education, 1997.

 

Academic presentation

  • "The Concept of Virtue in Eughteenth-Century British Moral Philosophy", German-Russian Project Workshop  «Early Modern Moral Philosophy: Sense and Vectors of Transformation», (Herzog August Bibliotek, Wolfenbuetell, Germany, 5-12.11.2016);
  • What Morality is about // XXIII World Congress of Philosophy: Philosophy as Inquiry and Way of Life (Athens, 04–10 August 2013). Abstracts. Athens, 2013. P. 37.
  • “On the Nature of Morality in David Hume’s Philosophy”. – International Conference “David Hume and Modern Philosophy”, Moscow, 2011;
  • “The Special Features of Virtue Ethics”. – International Conference “The Images of Modern Morality”, Moscow, 2009;
  • “Social Aspects of Virtue Ethics”. – Symposium “Public Morality: Research Methods, Normative-ethical, and Applied-ethical Issues”, Kiev (Ukraine), 2006;
  • “The Origin of Modern Virtue Ethics”. – International Conference “Applied Ethics: Meta-ethical Reflections”, Center of Business and Applied Ethics, Kaunas Faculty of Humanities, Vilnius University, Lithuania, 2005;
  • “Capital Punishment: Analysis of One Discussion”. – International Conference “Ethics: Possible Modes of Actualization”, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev, Ukraine, 2005;
  • “Ethics of Care: Special View on ‘Good Society’”. – Conference “Humanitarian Problems in the Eyes of Young People”, Saransk, Mordvinian State University, 2001;
  • “National Identity: the Russian Context”. – International Summer School “Political Culture and Democratisation in Postcommunist Societies”, University of Tubingen, Germany, 2000;
  • “Feminist Perspective in Post-Modern Moral Philosophy”. – Curriculum Resource Center, Central European University, Hungry, 1998;
  • “National Identity in Liberal Context. – International conference “Newly Independant Nations: Past and Present”, Nizhnii Novgorod State University after N.I.Lobachevskii, 1996;
  • “The Great Moralist”. – Leo Tolstoy and Traditions of Non-violence, Moscow, 1996;
  • “Towards the Moral Intellectualism”. – Undergraduate Philosophical Studies, Conference, Faculty of Philosophy, Moscow Lomonosov University, 1990.

 

Grants

  • The Idea of common Sense and Its Conceptional Associations in Moral Philosophy (A Study in the History of Ideas), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2014–2016.
  •  Moral Imperativity: Sources, Nature, Forms of Representation, – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2014–2016.
  • The Formation of the Concept of Morality in the British Moral Philosophy of Modern Times, – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2010–2012.
  • Ethical Utilitarianism of John Stewart Mill (group project, director), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2008–2009;
  • Theoretical Foundations and Normative Contents of Modern Virtue Ethics (individual project), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2005;
  • Intellectualism and Ethics (individual project), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2002–2003;
  • Ethical Aspects of Gender Problems (with R.Apressyan), – Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation, 2000;
  • Meta-ethics: Principle Concepts and Approaches (group project, member), – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 1997–1998. 

 

Publications

 

 

 

 

Books: 

  • Comprehending the Good: Festschrift devoted to the 60th Anniversary of Professor Ruben Apressyan / Eds. Olga Artemyeva, Andrey Prokofyev. Moscow, Alfa-M, 2013. 432 p.
  • English Ethical Intellectualism of the 18th and 19th Centuries. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2011, 196 p. 

 

Papers:

  • "Morality in the Modern World and the Problems of Russian Ethics. Materials of the Conference – Round-Table" , Voprosy Filosofii (Problems of Philosophy), 2017, № 10, pp. 27–29.
  • "Systematization in Modern Ethics: Theoretical Approaches, Methods, and Schemes Proceedings of Round Table Discussion", Eticheskaya Mysl’ (Ethical Thought). 2017. Vol. 17, № 2, pp. 15–17.
  • "Leo Tolstoy and Joseph Brodsky on Resistance to Evil", in in P. Cicovacki, K. Hess, eds. Nonviolence as a Way of Life. History, Theory and Practice. Vol. 1. Delhi, 2017, pp. 297–310.
  • "Morality without Metaphysics", in: B. Pruzhinin, ed. Morality in the Modern World and the Problems of Russian Ethics. Moscow, 2017, pp. 108–115.
  • "Discussion of Imperativeness in Virtue Ethics", Philosophical Thought, 2016. No. 12, pp. 125-138.
  • "Non-resistence to Evil. The Commandment and it’s Practical Implications", Culture and Art, 2016. No. 1, pp. 83-95.
  • "Virtue and Responsibility", Problemy etiki (Ethical Problems), Issue V, eds. Alexander Razin and Irina Avdeeva, Moscow: A.V. Vorobiev Publishers, 2015, pp. 95-108.
  • "Roundtable Book Discussion: Andrey Prokofiev, Giving Everyone his Due… An Introduction to the Theory of Justice", Eticheskaya Mysl’ (Ethical Thought), vol. 15, 2015, pp. 319-324
  • “Morality in the Reality of Human Relationships”, Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences, 1/2014, p. 134–43 (co-author A.Prokofiev).
  • “What is Morality?” / Olga Zubets, ed. Morality: Diversity of concepts and meanings. A Festschrift for 75-th Birthday of Abdusalam Guseynov, Moscow, Alfa-M, pp. 216–19.
  • “What Morality is About” // Philosophy: Theory and Practice/ Russian Academy of Sciences/ Ed.: V.Sharova, E.Trufanova, A.Yakovleva. Moscow: ИФ РАН, 2013. P. 131–137.
  • “Common Sense and Morality”, Comprehending the Good:Festschrift devoted to the 60th Anniversary of Professor Ruben Apressyan / Eds. Olga Artemyeva, Andrey Prokof’ev. Moscow, Alfa-M, 2013, pp. 202–221;
  • “On the Nature of Morality in David Hume’s Philosophy” Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought)  / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2012, Issue 12, pp. 104–123;
  • “On the Propriety of Lying from Altruistic Motives”, Onthe Right to Lie / Ed. Ruben Apressyan. Moscow, ROSSPEN (Russian Political Encyclopedia), 2011, pp. 42–62..
  • “Care”  http://www.krugosvet.ru/enc/gumanitarnye_nauki/filosofiya/ZABOTA.html?page=0,0
  • “Chastity” http://www.krugosvet.ru/enc/gumanitarnye_nauki/filosofiya/TSELOMUDRIE.html
  • “Innocence” http://www.krugosvet.ru/enc/gumanitarnye_nauki/filosofiya/NEVINNOST.html
  • “Prudence” http://www.krugosvet.ru/enc/gumanitarnye_nauki/filosofiya/BLAGORAZUMIE.html
  • “The Formation of Ethical Terminology”, j. Philosophskyi Jurnal (Philosophy Journal) / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2010, № 2 (5), pp. 111–121;
  • “Intuitionism in Ethics (from the history of British Ethical Intellectualism of the Modern Times)”, Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought)  / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2010, Issue 10, pp. 90–113;
  • “Theoretical Foundations of Virtue Ethics”, Philosophy and Ethics: Festschrift devoted to the 70th Anniversary of Professor Abdusalam Guseynov / Ed. Ruben Apressyan. Moscow, Alfa-M, 2009, pp. 433–445;
  • “Social Perspective of Virtue Ethics”, Public Morality: Research Methods, Normative-ethical, and Applied-ethical Issues / Ed. Ruben Apressyan. Moscow: Alpha-М, 2009, pp. 81–92;
  • “Forward to the Publication of J.St.Mill’s Speech in Favour of Capital Punishment”, Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought)  / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2009, Issue 9, pp. 177–182;
  • “On the Propriety of Lying from Altruistic Motives”, j. Logos, 2008, № 5, pp. 40–59;
  • “Practical Virtue in Richard Price’s Ethics”, Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought)  / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2010, Issue 8, pp. 42–64;
  • “Richard Price’s Conception of Moral Obligation”, Istoriko-filosofskiy ezhegodnik. 2006  (Historical-Philosophical Yearbook. 2006) / Ed. Nelly Motroshilova, Maira Solopova. Moscow, Nauka, 2006, pp. 113–132.
  • “Anscombe’s Meta-ethical Manifest”, Applied Ethics: Meta-ethical Reflections, 2006 (digital edition, ISBN 9986-19-831-3);
  • “The Origin of Modern Virtue Ethics”, Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought)  / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2010, Issue 6, pp. 167–184;
  • “Henry Sidgwick on Ultimate Good”, Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought)  / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2003, Issue 3, pp. 121–144;
  • “Ethical Intellectualism”, “Hope”, “Prudence”, “Temperance”, “Price, Richard”, “Sidgwick, Henry”, New Philosophical Encyclopaedia: In 4 vol., Moscow, Mysl, 2001.
  • “Cambridge Platonists”, “Care”, “Ethical Intellectualism”, “Hope”, “Prudence”, “Temperance”, “R.Price. A Review of the Principal Questions in Morals”, “H.Sidgwick. The Methods of Ethics”, Ethics: Encyclopaedic Dictionary / Ed. R.G.Apressyan, A.A.Guseynov. Moscow, Gardariki, 2001;
  • “Hope”, “Innocence”, “Platonic Love”, “Chastity”, A Human Being: Encyclopaedia Dictionary, Moscow, Nauka, 2000.
  • “The Concept of Moral Rationality in Henry Sidgwick's Ethics”, Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought)  / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2002, Issue 3, pp. 166–188;
  • “The Concept of Morality in the Ethical Intellectualism of Modern Times”, Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought)  / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2001, Issue 2, pp. 132–150;
  • Also published: Ethical Thought: Contemporary Studies / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Progress-Tradicia, 2009, pp. 260–280;
  • “Ethics of Care: Is it the Real Alternative to Traditional Moral Philisophy?”, Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought)  / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2000, Issue 1, pp. 195–215;
  • “The Idea of Morality in the Life Teaching of Leo Tolstoy”, Ethics: Old Subjects in New Eyes: Festschift devoted to the 60th Anniversary of Professor Abdusalam Guseynov / Ed. Ruben Apressyan. Moscow, Gardariki, 1999, pp. 149–168.
  • The Principles of Systematisation of Ethical Knowledge” (with R.Apressyan and L.Maximov), j. Filosofskie Nauki (Philosophical Studies), 1997, №. 1.
  • “Democracy in Russia and in the USA”, j. Voprosy Filosofii (Problems of Philosophy), 1996, № 6, pp. 164–171;
  • “The Great Moralist”, Leo Tolstoy and Traditions of Non-violence in XX century, Moscow, Aslan, 1996, pp. 27–31;
  • Review: “A.Heller, ‘General Ethics’”, j. Voprosy Filosofii (Problems of Philosophy), 1992, № 2, pp. 153–157;
  • “A Human Being is a Man and a Woman: Commentary to ‘In a Different Voice’ by C.Gilligan”, Ethical Thought. 1991, Moscow, Respublica, 1992, pp. 345–351;
  • “Richard Price's Ethical Intellectualism”, j. Filosofskie Nauki (Philosophical Studies), 1991, № 4, pp. 45–57.

Translations: 

  • Fotion, N. «Two Theories of Just War», Eticheskaya Mysl’ (Ethical Thought), 2016. Vol.16. No. 2, pp. 169-187.
  • Wattles, J. “The Golden Rule” / ed. by A. Gusseinov, Moscow, Institute for Humanitarian Studies, 2016, 346 pp.
  • Cooley D., “What is Morality” / Olga Zubets, ed. Morality: Diversity of concepts and meanings. A Festschrift for 75-th Birthday of Abdusalam Guseynov, Moscow, Alfa-M, pp. 241–44.
  • Ferraiolo K. “What is Morality” / Olga Zubets, ed. Morality: Diversity of concepts and meanings. A Festschrift for 75-th Birthday of Abdusalam Guseynov, Moscow, Alfa-M, pp. 261–64.
  • Fiala A. “What is Morality” / Olga Zubets, ed. Morality: Diversity of concepts and meanings. A Festschrift for 75-th Birthday of Abdusalam Guseynov, Moscow, Alfa-M, pp. 266–69.
  • Lewis C., “What is Morality” / Olga Zubets, ed. Morality: Diversity of concepts and meanings. A Festschrift for 75-th Birthday of Abdusalam Guseynov, Moscow, Alfa-M, pp. 251–54.
  • Palmquist S.R., “What is Morality” / Olga Zubets, ed. Morality: Diversity of concepts and meanings. A Festschrift for 75-th Birthday of Abdusalam Guseynov, Moscow, Alfa-M, pp. 390–94.
  • Göçmen D., “Adam Smith’s Concept of the ‘Impartial Spectator’ and the Mind-Body Problem” // Eticheskaya Mysl’ (Ethical Thought), 2014 (14), pp. 111–45.
  • Miller Ch., “Do People have the Virtues or Vices?” // Eticheskaya Mysl’ (Ethical Thought), 2013 (13), pp. 212–45.
  • Solomon D., Filling the Void: Academic Ethics and Secular Medcine // Eticheskaya Mysl’ (Ethical Thought), 2013 (13), pp. 30–46.
  • Cicovacki P., “The Role of Love in Philosophy” / O.Artemyeva, A.Prokofiev., eds. Comprehending the Good: Festschrift devoted to the 60th Anniversary of Professor Ruben Apressyan, Moscow, Alfa-M, 2013, pp. 160–74.
  • Mill J.St., “Speech in favour of capital punishment” // Eticheskaya Mysl’ (Ethical Thought), 2009 (9), pp. 183–92.
  • Cicovacki P., “The Illusory Fabric of Kant’s ‘True Morality’” // Eticheskaya Mysl’ (Ethical Thought), 2007 (7), pp. 127–47.
  • Oakshott M., The Tower of Babel / Oakshott M. Rationalism in Politics and Other Essays. Moscow, Idea-Press, 2002, pp.110–28.
  • Gilligan C. In a Different Voice. Psychological Theory and Women’s development [Introduction and Chapter I]. In: Ethical Thought-1991. Moscow, Republic, 1992, pp. 345–71.

 

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