Institute of Philosophy
Russian Academy of Sciences




  Vladilen Burov
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Vladilen Burov

Vladilen Burov

ORCID iD iconorcid.org/0000-0002-1412-7032

ResearcherID: W-5336-2018

Scopus Author ID: 57195640903


Current Academic Affiliation and Status

  • Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Philosophy, head research fellow;
  • Moscow City Normal University, professor of chair of Chinese language;
  • Member of the Council of Directors of the International Confucian Association (Beijing (1994-2014),  Councilor from 2014;
  • Orient Academy of Ching studies, Beijing Councilor (from 2000).

 

Research interests

  • History of Chinese philosophy;
  • History of Chinese political thought;
  • Contemporary Chinese philosophy and political thought;
  • History of philosophy and political thought in Far lastern countries;
  • Comparative studies of modernization in China and Russia;
  • Chinese lexicography.

Education and Service

  • Cand.Sc. USSR Academy of Sciences; History of Philosophy Title of dissertation: “The world-outlook of XVII-th century Chinese philosopher Wan Chuan-Schan” (1963);
  • Dr.Sc. USSR Academy of Sciences; History of Philosophy Title of dissertation: “The contemporary Chinese philosophy” (1986);
  • Professor 1994.

Publications

(Total number of publications more than 300)

 

Main Publications Books

  • Selected works of Chinese social thought of XIX-th century. Moscow, Nauka Pubishers, 1961 (co-editor and contributor);
  • The Anthology of ancient Chinese philosophy. Vol. I, II. Moscow, Mysl Publishers, 1972-1973 (co-editor and contributor);
  • The world-outlook of XVII-th century Chinese philosopher Wang Chuan-Shan. Moscow, Nauka Pubishers, 1976;
  • The Contemporary Chinese philosophy. Moscow, Nauka Pubishers, 1980 (translated into Chinese in 1986).

 

Articles

 

  • A Russian scientist on Xi Jinping's ideas about socialism with Chinese specificity in a new era // Chinese social science newspaper. 28.11.2019
  • Study of Russian Philosophy in China: A Look From Russia. International forum "Marxist Philosophy and Development of Chinese and Russian Philosophy" and the 17th All-China Conference on Russian Philosophy. Conference materials, 25 - 28.10.2019,  Haikou (China),  S. 53 - 60.
  • The Government Strategy Towards Education in Modern RussiaThe 3-rd International  Modernization Forum.  Modernization and Human Development Proceedings. Beijing. May 24-26, 2019 P. 95 -104.
  • Confucianism and “one Belt and one Road initiative”. International Conference in Honor of the 2570-th Anniversary of Confucius and Sixth Congress of the International Confucian Association. Vol. 4  Beijing. November 15-20, 2019,  P. 73-80. 
  • People's Republic of China 70 years //  Free thought. 2019, No. 5,     S. 5-20. URL:  http: svom.info/entry/970-kitajskoj-narodnoj-respublike-70-let
  • Where Russia is going? : a look from China. On the pages of the book:  Go Lishuan. Дандай шэхуэй елосы сычао яньцзю [A study of  social ideas in modern Russia]  // Voprosy Philosophy. 2019, No. 11, S. 78-89. Dоi: 10.31857/S004287440007355-5.
  • Li Yan. The theoretical content and practical guiding significance of Xi Jinping’s concept of global governance  // Free Thought.  2019, No. 2, S. 65-80. URL: http://svom.info/entry/912-teuticheskoe-soderzhanie-i-prakticheskoe-rukovodstvo
  • Creative approach to Marxism // free thought. 2019. No 6.  S. 85-96.
  • Fight against corruption in China // Asia and Africa today. 2017. № 6 (719). P. 11-17.
  • On the Socialism in the Twenty First Century // Socialism, the Inevitable Outcome of  Mankind & 20th Anniversary of World Socialist Researth Center: Proceedings of the 5 th World Socialist Forum. (г. Пекин, Китай. 13-14 октября 2014 г.). Beijing. 2014. С. 180-183.
  • Confucianism and modernization of society// The International Conference in Commemorating 2565th  Anniversary of Confucius & the 5th Congress of the International Confucian Association (Beijing. 2014. P. 145-148.)
  • Problems of translation of the Chinese classic texts // Proceedings of the 4-th International Conference  on Chinese Ancient Texts and Traditional Culture. The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. (Hong Kong . 13-15 декабря 2013). Hong Kong. 2013. P. 421-425.
  

 
Translations 

  
  • Yu Yujun. Socialism in China (1919-1965). M.: Science: Oriental literature. 2019  (chapters 3, 8, 12, 15, 19, 21).
  • An Qinian. Fyodor Dostoevsky and Karl Marx// Vopr. philosophies. RISC 2017.  No. 3. P. 95-113.
  • Guo Ziangning. On contradiction within socialist socialist. Modern reflections on Mao Zedong`s theory// Free thought. 2017. RISC No. 4. P. 87-102.
  • Li Shenming,  The October Revolution is like a painting. The more distant it is, the more reverence it arouses, the greater it appears. // Free thought.  RISC 2017.  No. 4. P. 9-20.
  • Li Yan,  Dialectical and historical approaches to V.I.Lenin and the October Revolution// Free thought. RISC 2017.  No. 4. P. 29-36.
  • Sun Weiping, Modern Marxist philosophy in China. The current state and trends in the study// Free thought. RISC 2017.  No. 4. P. 117-130.
  • Zhang Yibing, Hu Daping, Zhang Liang.  Western Marxist philosophy in China. The logic of change and themes of the study// Free thought. RISC 2017.  No. 4. P. 103-116.
  • Zhang Shuhua, Leninism – A Brilliant example of the russification of Marxism// Free thought. RISC 2017.  No. 4. P. 20-28.
  • Shen Xiabgping,  The philosophical universe of Deng Xiaoping// Free thought.   RISC 2017.  No. 4. P. 41-64.
  • Che Yuling,  The expansion of cities and the ensuing limitations on the production of space// Social. Scopus 2017.  No. 7. P. 107-115. (co-author): A. D. Pavlova).
  • Che Yuling,  Holiness and Mysticism:  Major Dimensions of Russian Culture.// Vopr. philosophies. RISC 2017.  No. 11. P. 207-212. (co-author): A. D. Pavlova).
 
 
Reviews
 
 
  • Review on book:  “New silk road and its meaning for Russia” RSCI, magazine "East", 2017, № 1, pp. 217-221
  • Review on book:  V.N.Zhuravleva “Biblografia of China” RISC, the Magazine "East", 2017, No. 2, pp. 212-216.