Institute of Philosophy
Russian Academy of Sciences




  Dmitry V. Ivanov
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Dmitry V. Ivanov

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Born on April the 19th, 1976, in Moscow

Education

1999 – graduated Lomonosov Moscow State University, Philosophy Department

 

Degrees

2001 – Ph.D. in Philosophy, thesis subject “Meaning as an Object of Gnoseological Research” (at Lomonosov Moscow State University, Philosophy Department)

 

Main Research Interests

philosophy of consciousness, analytical philosophy, qualia problem

 

Professional Appointments

since 2011 -  Senior Research Fellow at the Department of the Theory of Knowledge

 

Teaching Experience

Lectured on various subjects at Lomonosov Moscow State Univeristy, Philosophy Department

 

 

Publications

 

Monographs:

 

 The nature of phenomenal consciousness. Moscow, 2013.

 

Selected articles:


  • Dualism in contemporary philosophy of mind and two world argument // Cognition and mind in interdisciplinary perspective. Part 1. Moscow, 2013.
  • What are qualia? // Mind. Practice. Reality. Moscow, 2013.
  • Functionalism and absent qualia argument // Questions of philosophy. 2011, №12.
  • Functionalism and inverted spectrum // Epistemology and philosophy of sciences. 2011, №3.
  • Functionalism. Metaphysics without ontology // Epistemology and philosophy of sciences. 2010, №2.
  • Fate of metaphysics in analytical philosophy: Carnap, Quine, Kripke // Philosophical sciences. 2009, №4.
  • Phenomenal consciousness // Moscow University Bulletin. Philosophy. 2009, №6.
  • The problem of consciousness and philosophy of Wittgenstein // Moscow University Bulletin. Philosophy. 2007, №2.
  • Dualism and qualia // Moscow University Bulletin. Philosophy. 2006, №2.

E-mail: ivdmitry@mail.ru