Institute of Philosophy
Russian Academy of Sciences




  Alexander M. Anisov
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Alexander M. Anisov

 

                


Date and place of birth

October 15, 1955, Sudzha, Kursk region.


Education

Moscow state University, 1981. Faculty of philosophy

                                                                   

 

 orcid.org/0000-0003-3492-2006

 

Researcher ID: V-6263-2018

 

Scopus Author ID: 57195642542                                           

 


 

Degrees

  • PhD in Philosophy (Candidate of Science) since 1985, thesis subject "Logical analysis of the dynamic concept of time", Moscow State University;
  • Dr.hab. (Doctor of Science) in Philosophy since 1994, thesis subject "Time and the computer: a non-geometric image of time", IPhRAS.
Academic title

Professor, 1996.

 

Professional appointments

Leading Research Fellow

Teaching experience

  • Lecture course of logic for students;
  • Lecture course on the history and philosophy of science for post-graduate students.
Scientific supervision

2 post-graduate students defended their dissertations on ontology and theory of knowledge.

 

Educational and methodological elaboration 
  • Philosophy: educational and methodical complex for students of the faculty of law (2003);
  • Logic: a course in logic for students and postgraduates in the Humanities // Programmes on logic and argumentation theory (2003);
  • Logic: educational and methodical complex for students of the faculty of law (2002);
  • Special course programme "Logical problems of the dynamic concept of time" (1993).
Research projects
  • Intersubjective status of objects and methods of scientific knowledge (2006-2008);

  • Synergetics of time: an interdisciplinary study (2005-2007);

  • Truth and reality (2003-2006).

Main Research Interests

Logic, logical philosophy, logical methods of analysis of philosophical problems (time, truth, computability, etc.)

 

Publications

Monographs:

  • Modern logic. Moscow: IPh RAS, 2002. 273 p.
  • The temporal universum and its cognition. Moscow: IPh RAS, 2000. 208 p.
  • Time and computer. Non-geometric image of time. Moscow: Nauka, 1991. 152 p.

 

Selected articles: 

  • Ontological triangle // Credo new. 2019. No. 4 (100). Pp. 121-139.
  • Why is dialectical logic impossible? // Anisov A.M., Malyukova O.V., Demina L.A. Formation of national logic: discourses and destinies. Moscow: RG-Press, 2019. Pp. 159-194.
  • Theories and texts // Рацио.ru. 2018. No. 19 (1). Pp. 6-42. URL: https://journals.kantiana.ru/journals/ratio/4314/12765 (not included in the 2018 report).
  • Objectivity of becoming // Studying the phenomenon of time in natural science and the Humanities: philosophical and theoretical aspects: collection of scientific works / ed. by S. Churakov. Rostov on Don; Novocherkassk, 2018. Pp. 7-28.
  • Dualism of knowledge // Credo new. 2018. No. 1(93). Pp. 80-97.
  • The principle of reduction to the absurd as an ontological problem // Bulletin of the RUDN University. Series «Philosophy». 2018. Vol. 22. No. 2. Pp. 149-157. DOI: 10.22363/2313-2302-2018-22-2-149-157.
  • Formal metaontology // Bulletin of the RUDN University. Series «Philosophy». 2017. Vol. 21. No. 2. Pp. 166-178. DOI: 10.22363/2313-2302-2017-21-2-166-178.
  • Logical foundations of the concept of reality // Perspectives of realism in modern philosophy / Edited By V. A. Lektorsky. Moscow, 2017. Pp. 148-188.
  • Traditional or modern logic? // Bulletin of the Russian philosophic society. 2016. No. 2 (78). Pp. 43-46.
  • Time and types of existence // The problem of time in modern science: approaches and models. Rostov on Don, 2016. P. 56-70.
  • Ontology of the time flow: abstract computational models // Bulletin of the RUDN University. Series «Philosophy».  2016. No. 1. Pp. 45-57.
  • How is the possible possible? // Logical and philosophical research.  Issue 5 / Russian philosophical society. Moscow: 2012. 294 p. 101-119. (ISBN 978-5-906099-31-0) 
  • Genetic method of constructing theories // Credo new. 2012. No. 3. Pp. 38-53.
  • Formal epistemology. Problems of reality and truth // Epistemology: perspectives of development. Moscow, 2012. Pp. 124-159.
  • Time as a calculation process // Time and information. Novocherkassk, 2011. Pp. 180-192.
 

Abstracts of reports and presentations:

  • Computer models of time // Philosophy of artificial intelligence: materials of the all-Russian interdisciplinar conference, dedicated to the the sixtieth anniversary of the artificial intellect research (Moscow, March 17-18, 2016) / ed. by  V. A. Lektorsky, D. I. Dubrovsky, A. Yu. Alekseev. M., 2017. Pp. 236-256.
  • History of logic: logic or history? // History of philosophy: history or philosophy? Aleshinsky readings-2015: Materials of the international conference (Moscow, 10-11 Dec. 2015). Moscow, 2015. Pp. 179-185.
  • Philosophy in search of lost time // Temporal world (Current state of studying time: philosophical, theoretical and practical aspects): collection of scientific works. - Novocherkassk: Publishing house "NOK", 2012. PP. 418-434. (ISBN 978-5-8431-0254-8) 

Scientific and organizational work

  • Member of the editorial Board of the Yearbook "Logical research"

  • Member of the councils for the defense of doctoral theses at the Institute of philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Lomonosov Moscow State University.

Main scientific results

  • A non-classical theory of ABT-computability has been created, which allowed us to conduct a logical analysis of the phenomenon of time flow;

  • the epistemological status of computer theorems is established by logical means;

  • the semantics of non-constructive ways of reasoning in conditions of uncertainty is constructed and axiomatized;

  • an object-free ontology is constructed and the theorem on the elementary equivalence of object and object-free ontology is proved;

  • the concepts of "direction of time", "reversibility of time" and "reversibility of the flow of time" are explicated.

  • 8 basic properties of time are highlighted;

  • the fundamental difference between time scales in physics and time scales in history has been established;

  • the question of the relation of indefinite and definite concepts in classical logic is investigated;

  • a variant of the intensional theory of reality is constructed on the basis of the set theory with atoms;

  • the foundations of a new logical theory of truth as the coincidence of knowledge and objective reality are laid.