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)

2016 - Dr.hab. (Doctor of Science) in Philosophy, thesis subject "The Phenomenal Nature of Consciousness (the problem of naturalistic explanation of consciousness" (Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences).

Main Research Interests

philosophy of consciousness, analytical philosophy, qualia problem

 

Professional Appointments

since 2017 -  Leading Research Fellow at the Department of the Theory of Knowledge

since 2013 -  Senior Research Fellow at the Department of the Theory of Knowledge

since 2011 -  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:

 

Consciousness: explanation, reflection, construction. Moscow: IPh RAS, 2016. 169 p. (co-authored with E.O. Trufanova and Zh. K. Zagidullin)

The nature of phenomenal consciousness. Moscow, 2013.

 

Selected articles:


  • The difficult problem of consciousness and the epistemological disjunctivism of J. McDowell // Problems of philosophy. 2019. No. 11. Pp. 104-114. DOI: 10.31857/S004287440007357-7.

  • Externalism and the theory of expanded consciousness // Philosophy of science and technology. 2019. Vol. 25. No. 2. Pp. 33-42. DOI: 10.21146/2413-9084-2019-24-2-33-42.
  • Was Rorty a quietist? // 150 years of pragmatism. History and modernity / Edited by I. D. Jokhadze. Moscow: Akademic project, 2019. Pp. 67-76.
  • Types of externalism in the philosophy of consciousness // Humanitarian and social sciences. 2018. No. 6. Pp. 23-39. DOI: 10.18522/2070-1403-2018-71-6-23-39. URL: http://www.hses-online.ru
  • The problem of the conceptual content in the philosophy of consciousness of J. McDowell // VOX. Philosophical journal. 2018. No. 24. Pp. 181-193. DOI: 10.24411/2077-6608-2017-00042. URL: https://vox-journal.org/content/Vox%2024/Vox24-12-IvanovD.pdf
  • The difficult problem of consciousness in the context of the philosophy of consciousness of the twentieth century // Philosophical problems of informational technology and cyberspace. 2018. No. 2(15). Pp. 72-91. DOI: 10.17726/philIT.2018.2.15.5. URL: http://cyberspace.pglu.ru/issues/detail.php?ELEMENT_ID=264206
  • Philosophy of consciousness // Philosophical anthropology. 2018. Vol. 4. # 2. Pp. 218-250. DOI: 10.21146/2414-3715-2018-4-2-218-250.
  • Modern trends in the development of epistemology (materials of the "round table") [Participants: Avtonomova N. S., Dubrovsky D. I., Zagidullin Zh. K., Ivanov D. V., Kasavin I. T., Katunin A.V., Kuznetsova N. I., Levin G. D., Lectorsky V. A., Pirozhkova S. V., Porus V. N., Pruzhinin B. I., Smirnova N. M., Trufanova E. O., Filatov V. P., Chertkova E. L.] // Problems of philosophy. 2018. No. 10. Pp. 31-66. DOI: 10.31857/S004287440001151-1.
  • The extended mind hypothesis in the context of Vygotsky's cultural-historical psychology // Russian Studies in Philosophy. 2018. Vol. 56. Iss. 1. P. 29-38. DOI: 10.1080/10611967.2018.1448642. *
  • Mental representation and intentionality // Problems of philosophy. 2018. No. 7. Pp. 86-95. DOI: 10.31857/S004287440000229-6. *
  • Externalist paradigm in cognitive science // Psychology and Psychotechnics. 2018. # 4. Pp. 27-37. DOI: 10.7256/2454-0722.2018.4.28292. *
  • Criticism of metaphysics in the context of discussions about realism and antirealism //  Philosophy Journal. 2017. Vol. 10. # 1. Pp. 35-47. DOI: 10.21146/2072-0726-2017-10-1-35-47. *
  • The problem of subjectivity and the direct realism of J. McDowell // Problems of philosophy. 2017. No. 12. Pp. 121-130. *
  • Radical enactivism and the problem of subjectivity // Problems of philosophy. 2016. No. 11. Pp. 60-69. ISSN 0042-8744 (Web of Science, RSCI, ERIH PLUS, RSCI, VAK) (the article was made under a grant)
  • Reception of analytical philosophy in Russia // Philosophy of science and technology. 2015. No.  2. Pp. 106-117. (VAK, RSCI) 
  • On the way to explaining consciousness // Epistemology and philosophy of science. 2015. No.  2. S. 20 – 30. (VAK, RSCI) 
  • There is no simple solution to the problem of consciousness. Response to criticism // Epistemology and philosophy of science. 2015. No.  2. P. 52 – 60. (VAK, RSCI) 
  • Relativism in the context of criticism of metaphysics // Relativism as a disease of modern philosophy. Moscow, 2015. P. 189 – 200. 
  • The reception of western thought in contemporary Russian philosophy// Studies in East European Thought. 2014. Vol. 66. No. 3-4. [Electronic resource] (co-author Blauberg I. I., Vdovina I. S., Savin A. E.) URL: http://link.springer.com/journal/11212/onlineFirst/page/1
  • The problem of consciousness and the theory of representations of the highest level // The Problem of consciousness in an interdisciplinary perspective / Moscow, 2014. Pp. 154-160.
  • 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