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  Ludmila Markova
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Ludmila Markova

Lyudmila Artemyevna Markova

 


 

Date and Place of birth December, 12, 1932 (Leningrad, Russia)


Office: Moscow 119992, Institute of philosophy, Russian Academy of Science, Volkhonka 14, room 203.

 

Professional education: Philosophical faculty of the Leningrad State University 1950-1955.

Papers at: 

  • Fifth International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science. London, Ontario, Canada, 1975.
  • XV International Congress on the History of Science. Edinburg, England, 1977.
  • Conference on the History and Philosophy of Science. Pisa, Italy, 1978.
  • Sixth International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science/ Hannover, Germany, 1979.
  • Sixteenth International Congress of the History of Science. Bucharest, Romania, 1981.
  • Seventh International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science. Salzburg, Austria, 1983.
  • XVIIIth Internatonal Congress of History of Science. Hamburg – Munich, Germany, 1989.
  • First Greek-Soviet Symposium on Science and Society. Athens, Greece, 1990.
Research work in Geneva, Switzerland (1974).

 

Research interests:

Philosophy, sociology, history of science.  Problems connected with the crisis of positivism in the middle of the last century. Problems of cognitive thinking, its correlation with the philosophy of postmodernism. New approaches to the subject- object relations, humanization of science and its rapprochement with art, intersubjective and dialogical relations on the background of ontological representations of XX century.

Title of the Dissertation: Methodological basis of historical and scientific researches (1988).

 

Publications

Over 200, among them 9 monographs.

 

Monographs:   

  • Alfonce de Candolle. M., 1973 (in co-authorship with S.R.Mikulinski and B.A.Starostin).
  • Science. History and a historiography. XIX-XX centuries, M., 1987.
  • End of the century - the end of science?, M., 1992.
  • The theoretical historiography of  science. Part II. Special course., M., 1992.
  • The theoretical historiography of science. Part I. Special course., M. 1995.
  • Science and Religion. The problems of the border. С.-Петербург, 2000.
  • The philosophy from chaos. G.Deleuze and  postmodernism in philosophy, science, and religions., M., 2004.
  • The man and the world in science and art.,  M. 2008.
  • Mikulinskij S.R., Markova L.A., Starostin B.A.Alphonse de Candolle (1806-1893.)  Gustav Fischer Verlag Jena, 1980. (german).

 

 List of selected papers:

  • In searches of intellectual stability // Philosophical researches, 1995, 1, 1995.
  • The being not identical to thinking in philosophical logic (V.Bibler and G.Deleuze) // Voprosi filisofii, M., 2001, N 6.
  • Postmodernism in  science, religion and philosophy // Philosophy of  science, Novosibirsk,  2001, N 3.
  • Philosophy from chaos. G.Deleuze and F.Gvattari about the philosophy as a creativity of concepts// Voprosi filosofi, M., 2002, N 3.
  • Variability and stability in science //Voprosi filosofii, M.,2005, N 2.
  • About sources of the rationality of a new scientific knowledge //  Epistemology & philosophy of  science. M., 2005, N 1.  
  • Self-sufficiency instead of objectivity (in science and in art) /People. Science. Civilization. To the seventieth anniversary of the academician  V.S.Stepin. M., 2004. 
  • Thomas Kuhn yesterday and today /  Philosophy of  science. M., 2004.       
  • On the possibility of dialogue in science / Science through the eyes of the humanities. M., 2005.   
  • Rethinking of the subject-object relation // Voprosi filosofii, M., 2006, N 8.   
  • On the possibilities of scientific comprehension of art // Voprosi filosofii, M., 2008, N  2. 
  • Truth in classical and nonclassical science / Concept of truth in the socio-gumanitarianknowledge., M., 2008.        
  • Neutrality of sense. //  Epistemology and philosophy of  science. M., 2008, N 4.  
  • Categorical  shifts in the nonclassical thinking / Social  epistemology: ideas, methods, programs., M., 2010.
  • Science perspective: sense as an alternative to the truth // Epistemology & philosophy of science, M., 2009, N 4.
  • Reply to my critics // Epistemology & philosophy of  science, M., 2009., N 4.
  • Physics of the brain and thinking of a person // Voprosi filosofii, M., 2010, N 3. 
  • Science and religion: about an opportunity of their interdisciplinary dialogue // Epistemology & philosophy of  science. M., 2010, N 2. 
  • Science and theology: from  interdisciplinary relations to dialogue // Philosophical magazine, M., 2010., N 1.
  • Intersujectivity in E.Gusserl and P.Ricoeur//  Epistemology &  philosophy of  science, M., 2010, N 4.
  • From  monosubjectivity to communication through dialogue and  intersubjectivity / Communicative rationality. Epistemological approach., M., 2009.
  • Nological  grounds of scientific thinking // Philosophy of science. M., 2010, N 2.
  • Sociality and intersubjectivityin scientific activity / Philosophy of knowledge., M., 2010.
  • Truth loses its dominating positions in logic / Philosophy of  science. Epistemology:  actual problems., M., 2010.
  • Man’s place in the social sciences system // Person, M., 2011, N 2.
  • Subject as an observer // Voprosi filosofii, M., 2011, N 4.
  • Dialogue and generalization in social life, philosophy, science / Knowledge in a sociocultural  space. M. 2011.  
  • Changing of the basic foundations of the philosophy of science / Epistemology: prospects of development. M., 2012.
  • Positions are different, but dialogue is possible //  Epistemology & philosophy of  science. M., 2011, N 4.
  • Science without truth, subject and object, then what? // Epistemology & philosophy of  science.M.,2011,N 4.
  • Is there a place to sense in modern  epistemology? / Language, knowledge,  reality. M. 2011. 
  • Possible Forms of Historical Reconstruction /Historical Types of Rationality.Proceedings of the First Greek-Soviet Symposium on Science and Society. National Technical University of Athens, 1992.
  • ome Problems of the Sociology of Science in the Context of Karl Marx’s Ideas of Science //NTM-Schriftenr. Gesch. Naturwiss., Technik, Med.,Leipzig 23, 1986, Heft 1. (Eng.).
  • Kirsanov V.S., Markova L.A. Creative Work as an Object of Theoretical Understanding /TheoryChange, Ancient Axiomatics, and Galileo’s Methodology.Proceedings of the 1978 Pisa Conference on the History and Philosophy of Science. Volume 1. Ed. By J. Hintikka, D. Gruender and E. Agazzi. D. Reidel Publishing Company. Dordrecht: Holland / Boston: U.S.A. London: England. 1981. (Eng.).
  • L.A. Markowa. Nauka w historii ciwilizacji (H. Th. Buckle) // Kwartalnik historii nauki I techniki. Rok XXII, nr 3, Warszawa, 1977. (Polish).
  • Difficulties in the Historiography of Science / Historical and Philosophical Dimensions of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science. D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht-Holland/Boston-USA, 1977 (Eng.).
  • Comment on E. Agazzi, “ What have the History and Philosophy of Science to do for One Another? ” / Probabilistic Thinking, Thermodynamics and the Interaction of the History and Philosophy of Science. Proceedings of the 1978 Pisa Conference on the History and Philosophy of Science. Vol II. Ed. By J. Hintikka, D. Gruender, E. Agazzi. D. Reidel Publishing Company. Dordrecht: Holland / Boston: U.S.A. London 1981 (Eng.).
  • Comment on J.D. North, “ On Making History ” / Probabilistic Thinking, Thermodynamics and the Interaction of the History and Philosophy of Science. Proceedings of the 1978 Pisa Conference on the History and Philosophy of Science. Vol II. Ed. By J. Hintikka, D.Gruender, E. Agazzi. D. Reidel Publishing Company. Dordrecht: Holland / Boston: U.S.A. (Eng.).
  • Histoire, philosophie et sociologie de la science / Histoire de l’humanite. Volume VII: Le XXe siecle de 1914 a nos jours. Ouvrage collectif. Collection Histoire plurielle 2009, “UNESCO”, Italy. (French).
  • Field Historiography of Science. Philosophy, Sociology of Science / History of Humanity. Volume VII: The Twentieth Century, Multiple History series 2008, UNESCO Publishing / Routledge.

 

Work under grants:


Religion as  nological basis of  science. 1997-1999, RGSF (Russian Humanitarian Scientific Foundation); The philosophy of postmodernism through the logic of sense of G.Deleuze. 2000-2002, RGSF; From dialogue to chaos. In  science and art. 2003-2005, RFFS (Russian Foundation for Fundamental Research); Reconsideration of the subject-object relationship. 2006-2008, RGSF. Radical changes in the fundamental bases of scientific thinking. 2009-2011, RFFS. In the listed projects -  the head; besides in 5 projects RGFS, RFFS and the Russian Federal Property Fund - the executor).

 

In 1990-1991 a special course: “Theoretical historiography of  science” was delivered  in ROU ( Russian open university). It was published in 2 parts (see the list of publications).

E-mail: L.A.Markova@yandex.ru