Institute of Philosophy
Russian Academy of Sciences

  Stanislava A. Filipenok
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Stanislava A. Filipenok


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 Researcher ID: U-8952-2018

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Date and place of birth

Born in 1987 in Moscow


2009 – Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Philosophy.

Academic Degrees

December 2013 – Ph.D. in Philosophy, Dissertation «Personal Knowledge as a Problem of Epistemology», Institute of Philosophy of Russian Academy of Sciences.



Fields of research

Philosophy of Creativity, Epistemology, Philosophical Anthropology, Philosophy of Mind, Cognitive Sciences


Professional appointments
  • 2016-2019 – Junior Research Fellow, The Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences.

  • Since 2019 – Research Fellow, The Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences.

Research projects 
  • "Phenomenology of Meaning: Cognitive Analysis", participant of the collective research project, 2013-2015;

  • “Innovative Complexity: Methodological, Cognitive and Social Aspects”, Russian Foundation for Humanities-Byelorussian Foundation for Basic Research, participant of the collective research project, 2011-2013.

International Scientific Participation:
  • International scientific conference "Social Anthropology: Integration of Sciences". Moscow, October, 12, 2017.

  • International student, postgraduate and young scientist conference «Lomonosov-2011». Moscow, April, 11-15, 2011.

  • International scientific conference "Human Being is an Object and Subject of Global Processes". Saint-Petersburg, November, 19-21, 2009.

  • International scientific congress "Globalistics-2009: Ways of Surmounting of Global Crisis and Models fof a New World Order". Moscow, May, 20-23, 2009.


Another Scientific Participation:
  • The Second All-Russian Scientific conference “Philosophy of Creativity”. Moscow, April, 11, 2019. Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences.

  • The First All-Russian Scientific conference “Philosophy of Creativity”. Moscow, April, 8-9, 2015. Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences.

  • The 5th Annual scientific-practical conference "Philosophical Problems of Biology and Medicine: Normative and Descriptive". Moscow, October, 26-27, 2011.



  • Gorelov A.A., Filipenok S.A., Yaroslavtseva E.I. Creativity, Human Being, Science. M.: IPH RAS, 2018. - 101 p.

Research Articles in Journals



  • Filipenok S.A. Review: Morkina J. Poetic Creativity: Philosophical Analysis. Moscow: Kanon+ ROOI “Reabilitatsiya”, 2017 // Philosophy of Science and Technology (Filosofija nauki i tehniki). Moscow, 2019. Vol. 24. No 2. P. 159–167. DOI: 10.21146/2413-9084-2019-24-1-159-167.


  • Filipenok S.A. M. Polanyi`s Concept of Personal Knowledge in Modern Philosophical Problems: New Epistemological Approaches // TSPU Bulletin. 2013. 5(133). P. 92–98.


  • Filipenok S.A. Personal Knowledge and Personal Experience in the Process of Self-Consciousness // Philosophy and Culture. 2012. № 11(59). P. 109–119.
Contribution to Research Books Published


  • Filipenok S.A. Meaningful Gestalt Formation as a Creative Process // Philosophy of Creativity. Issue 5. Meaningful Dimensions of the Sociocultural Spaces of Creativity / Edited by N.M. Smirnova, I.A. Beskova. M.: IIntell, 2019. P. 6272;
  • Polanyi M. Personal Knowledge. Towards a Post-Critical Philosophy. Part IV: Knowing and Being. 11. The Logic of Achievement (1-4) (translated from English by S.A. Filipenok) // Philosophy of Creativity. Issue 4. Images of Creativity in Variety of Socio-Cultural Ptactices / Edited by N.M. Smirnova, I.A. Beskova. M.: IIntell, 2019. P. 402416.
  • Filipenok S.A.  Construction of Personal Meanings as Basis of Creativity // Philosophy of Creativity. Issue 3. Creativity and World Life of Human / Edited by N.M. Smirnova, I.A. Beskova. M.: IIntell, 2017. P. 238-254. ;
  • Filipenok S.A. Anthropological Discourse as Reflection of Culture // Social Anthropology: Integration of Sciences. M.: FGBOU VO "REU im. G.V. Plekhanova", 2017. P. 158162.
  • Filipenok S.A. Personal Knowledge as a Factor of Scientific Creativity // Philosophy of Creativity. Issue 2. Cognitive and Sociocultural Dimensions / Smirnova N.M., Maidanov A.S., eds. M.: IInteLL, 2016. P. 196204.
  • Filipenok S.A. The complexity of a Personal Experience // Innovative Complexity. SPb.: Aletheia, 2016. P. 333354;
  • Filipenok S.A. The Personal Knowledge and the Creation // Philosophy of Creativity. M.: IIntell, 2015. P 305311;
  • Filipenok S.A. The Personal Experience in the Creative Process. The Epistemological Analysis // Epistemology of Creativity. M.: Canon+, 2013. P. 272288.
  • Filipenok S.A. Personal Knowledge and Personal Experience in the Process of Self-Consciousness // Philosophy and Culture. 2012. № 11 (59). P. 109119.

  • Filipenok S.A. Notion of Personal Knowledge in Jean Piaget`s Conception // Evolutionary Epistemology: the Modern Discussions and Trends. M.: IPH RAS, 2012. P. 137151.


  • Filipenok S.A. The Personal Experience`s Restructuring in the Process of Creativity // Creativity: Epistemological Analysis. M.: IPH RAS, 2011. P. 113123.

The basic scientific results

The author shows the role of personal knowledge and personal meanings in creativity. The conclusion is substantiated that any individual creativity presupposes integration of particular components of personal experience into a new meaningful gestalt. Cognitive mechanisms, which regulate the process of formation of meaningful structures during perception, are described on the basis of microgenetic theory (H. Werner, F. Sander). It is demonstrated that the creative potential of the cognizing person, his/her ability to categorize the internal experience, to generate new meaningful structures in consciousness are involved in elementary acts of perception. Personal creativity is considered as the process of modification of “the interpretative framework”, by means of which the individual conceives himself/herself and the world around him/her. The Research Fellow reveals that the transformation of cognitive structures that occurs throughout a person’s life ensures the unity of self-creation directed at the subject himself/herself and his/her creative activity the product of which are the artifacts of culture.