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Julia Sineokaya

Julia V. Sineokaya, Head of the Department of the History of Western Philosophy, Deputy Director for Research at the RAS Institute of Philosophy

 

 

 

Date and Place of Birth

 

Born March 1, 1969 in Moscow

 

 

 

Education

 

  • Graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Philosophy, in 1992
  • Post-graduate studies: Institute of  Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences (1992–1996)

 

Academic Degrees

  • DSc in Philosophy (2009). DSc Thesis: «Nietzsche’s Philosophy and Russian Intellectual History in the End of 19th–beginning of 21st centuries» (Institute of Philosopy, Russian Academy of Sciences)
  • PhD in Philosophy (1996). PhD Thesis: «Reception of Nietzsche’s Ideas in Russia on the Turn of 19th and 20th centuries» (Institute of Philosopy, Russian Academy of Sciences)

Reserch Interests

  • Interaction of Russian Thought with the Philosophy of the West;
  • Theoretical and Methodological Problems of the History of Philosophy;
  • Nietzsche’s philosophy.
Professional Appoinments
  • Deputy Director for Research atthe Institute of Philosophy RAS;
  • Head of the Department of the History of Western Philosophy at the Institute of Philosophy RAS;
  • Leading / Senior Reserch Fellow at the Department of the History of Western Philosophy (since 1995);
  • Professor, Deputy Head of the Philosophical Department at the International University in Moscow (2006–2016);
  • Professor at Russian State University for the Humanities.
Research and educational projects
  • A gold medal of the Russian Academy of Sciences (2017) (video)


  • Head of «History of Philosophy: Legacy and Prospects» regular seminar at the History of the Western Philosophy department.

Professional Activities

  • Member of the Academic Council, Institute of Philosophy, RAS;
  • A Vice-Chairman of the Specialized Dissertation Council for defending Candidate (PhD) and Doctorate (DSc) theses in the History of Philosophy;
  • Honorary Research Fellow, The Center for Russian and East European Studies (CREES), Birmingham University, UK (2000–2005).
Editorial-board member
  • Philosophical Journal (journal of the Institute of Philosophy RAS, Moscow, Russia);
  • History of Philosophy Yearbook [Istoriko-filosofskij ezhegodnik] (journal of the Institute of Philosophy RAS, Moscow, Russia);
  • History of Philosophy (journal of the Institute of Philosophy RAS, Moscow, Russia).

Teaching Experience

  • Russian Philosophy of the 20th century, at: State Academical University for Humanities, Faculty of Philosophy.
  • Problems of Modern Philosophy, at Russian State University for the Humanities.

 

List of Publications

BOOKS


Monographies


 

Three Images of Nietzsche in Russian Culture. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy Press, 2008. – 198 pages. – Paperback. – ISBN 978-5-9540-0112-9 (in Russian)

 

The monograph represents research of reception of Nietzsche’s philosophy in Russia since the end of the 19th century till the current situation. The book contains the detailed analysis of the most popular aspects of Russian Nietzsche’s studies – religious, cultural, political. The religious aspect is related to the Nietzsche’s idea of the overman and interpretations of this idea by Russian philosophers. The Nietzsche’s concept of culture which is based on a dichotomy of Apollo and Dionysus, is considered through a prism of the dichotomy of hierarchy and spontaneity of the culture, which is well-known in the Russian intellectual history. The book explores application of Nietzsche’s ideas to Russian political practice. The author analyzing also texts by Nietzsche devoted to the future of Europe and the attitude among Russian thinkers toward the idea of European unity. Contemporary problems pertaining to the formation of a unified European space are also raised.

 

 

Collections


 

Nietzsche today. Compiled and edited by Yulia V. Sineokaya. Moscow, LRC Publishing House, 2019. – 312 pages – ISBN 978-5-907117-74

 

The purpose of the book is to show the relevance of Friedrich Nietzsche’s legacy for the 21st century, to specify the problem area of contemporary Nietzsche studies, to identify the guidelines of the work of Russian scholars as well as to reveal Nietzsche’s role in creating the contemporary intellectual context of Russian life. All the texts included in this publication are research papers based on the public lectures which their authors delivered as an open discussion platform in the center of Moscow within the framework of the co-project of the Institute of Philosophy, RAS and Moscow library named aft er F. M. Dostoevsky. Th e collection of articles is illustrated by the portraits of the philosophers dedicated to their work and their audience. The book is intended both for specialists in history of philosophy and for the general public and is designed to help the reader get rid of the stereotypes of percepting Nietzsche’s work as the preaching of National Socialism, chauvinism, or violence, the stereotypes persisting in Russian culture since the 1930s.





Philosophical Emanations of Love. Compiled and edited by Yulia V. Sineokaya. Moscow, LRC Publishing House, 2018. – 576 pages – ISBN 978-5-6041006-3-9

 

The book you are holding in your hands is the story of philosophical unions whose creative work was formed with mutual love, of the unity of philosophy and Eros, of how philosophical texts are born from the intertwining of personal and creative fates. It is a chronicle of the passions of people who lived in different eras and different countries and worked in different thought paradigms. The poignant tragedy of all the life stories is overcome through joint creative work, the joy of communicating with a person of kindred spirit, of finding the meaning of life in passionate service to the chosen one and to one’s calling. No two essays, no two stories in this volume are alike. The book opens with the stories of love and work of married couples. Then follow essays about impossible love, about lovers doomed to be separated, and about those who were close and loving, but never became loved. The next body of texts is stories of forbidden love that challenges the social mores and involves a series of difficult and painful decisions lovers have to make. The book concludes with stories of spiritual love. It draws on rare archive materials, letters, personal notes, memoirs and diary jottings of philosophers. It contains fragments from academic papers never published in Russian before and letters of foreign thinkers. It is aimed both at historians of philosophy and at the broad lay audience. It may attract those who are interested in the lives of past thinkers and the history of how philosophical concepts were conceived — the “biographies” of ideas and senses. The reader will find neither solace nor instruction in the vicissitudes of the heroes’ lives, instead he will learn how love-passion, love of someone to lean on, love-rapture, love-support, love-infatuation, love-service and love-friendship shape a philosophical tradition.




Friedrich Nietzsche: Legacy and Prospects. Compiled and edited by Yulia V. Sineokaya and Ekaterina A. Poljakova. Moscow: LRC Publishing House, 2017. – 824 pages – Hardcover – ISBN 978-5-94457-311-7

 

The trilingual collection of articles focuses on the problems of Nietzsche studies at the beginning of the 21st century. Thirty-four philosophers from thirteen countries who work in the leading universities and research centres of Russia, Europe and America discuss the influence of Nietzsche’s work on world culture, argue about the ideas of the German philosopher that turned out to bфe most in demand in the 20th century, raise the question of Nietzsche’s responsibility for the ideology of National Socialism, express their judgments of what his ideas might contribute to the philosophy in the 21st century. The book is intended both for specialists in history of philosophy and for a wide range of readers and aims to promote communication among intellectuals of different countries.


Presentation

Das internationale Publikationsproject "Friedrich Nietzsche: Legacy and Prospects" (russ. sowie eng./dt, Moskau 2017)

Presentation at the Berliner Nitzsche Colloquium (Vortragsprogramm)


Презентация сборника «Фридрих Ницше: наследие и проект», 31 января 2018 г.  Презентация сборника «Фридрих Ницше: наследие и проект», 31 января 2018 г.  Презентация сборника «Фридрих Ницше: наследие и проект», 31 января 2018 г.

 

Anatomy of Philosophy: How the Text Works. Collection of Works / Edited by by Yulia V. Sineokaya. Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences. Moscow, LRC Publishing House, 2016. – 968 pages – ISBN 978-5-9908330-5-0 (in Russian)
This illustrated collection of articles represents the result of a successful joint project «Anatomy of Philosophy: How the Text Works» of the Institute of philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Moscow Dostoyevsky Municipal Library. The goal of this project is bringing the academic philosophy into the public space. The lectures were given by researchers of the Institute of Philosophy at an open intellectual venue in the center of Moscow. All the texts are written by participants of the project on the basis of their presentations to everyone who is interested in philosophy. The book main purpose is to explain to public what specialists of the Institute of philosophy are working on. Open lectures of the philosophers at the city library gave a clear answer to a question: "Why philosophy is necessary for society and what is practical outcome from it?" The success of the project shows that philosophy is necessary not only for the closed circle of intellectuals, but for all people. For the experts of the Institute it is important that their work, knowledge and research experience are appreciated not only by their colleagues, but also by non-professionals. Philosophers are involved not only in search of truth, but they also help people to find out the sense of existence and support them in everyday life. The topics that were presented at the library have been investigated by scientists for many years and became the subject of several professional discussions and disputes. The project became an important event in the life of the Institute of philosophy. It has been launched and functioned thanks to the enthusiasm of researchers on a voluntary basis and was carried out without any grant, material encouragement and rating points. The initiator and head of the project is Yulia Sineokaya. This collection was gathering all generations of researchers of the Institute. The texts are followed by the photo portraits of the philosophers at work and their listeners – the faces of modern philosophical Moscow. This project became a worthy episode in the chronicle of Russian philosophy and a bright illustration of intellectual life in the Russian capital at the beginning of the 21st century.

The joint project of the Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Moscow Dostoyevsky Library “Anatomy of Philosophy” brings the academic philosophy into the public space, both in Russia and in other Russian-speaking countries. In January, 2017 the project was awarded the Gold medal of Russian Academy of Sciences for Promoting Science in the nomination "Humanities and Social Sciences". The recently published collection of articles entitled «Anatomy of Philosophy: How the Text Works» (Yulia V. Sineokaya (ed.). Moscow: LRC Publishing House, 2016. – 968 pages) that presents the results of the first year of work, has been chosen as the 2016 best publication project in philosophy by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research. The project director Yulia V. Sineokaya has invited some its participants to share their thoughts about the project. The journal publishes these reflections.

History of Philosophy in the Form of an Article, Edited by Julia Sineokaya. – Moscow, Kulturnaya revolutsiya Publishers, 2016. – 244 pages. – Paperback – ISBN 978-5-902764-67-0 (in Russian)

 

The main purpose of this collective monograph is to discuss the role of scholarly philosophical articles in today's intellectual and social life, to raise the problem of the significance of the philosophical periodical issues as the way of conveying and developing the philosophical thought and communication of philosophers, to draw attention of Russian intellectuals to the history of philosophy.

Some essays examine specific characteristics of the scholarly philosophical articles and their significance for the development of both philosophical studies and philosophy as a discipline, another ones - present an attempt at analysing the peculiarity of national philosophical periodicals in historical and philosophical context, introduce the reader into the evolution of national journalism in the period between the last third of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st centuries, it focuses on the ambiguity of the concept of «contemporaneity» and discusses the problem of relevant historical analogies.

 

Text in PDF


  • Nietzsche: Pro et Contra (Anthology), Edited by Julia Sineokaya. Sankt-Petersburg, RHGI, 2001. (in Russian)
 
  • Nietzsche and Philosophy in Russia, Edited by Nelly V. Motroshilova and Julia Sineokaya. Sankt-Petersburg, RHGI, 1999. (in Russian)

 

 

PAPERS

by Julia V. Sineokaya

2018

  • Sineokaya Yu.V. "The prohibited Nietzsche: Anti:nitzscheanism in Soviet Russia", Studies in East European Thought, 2018, Vol. 70, Issue 4, pages 273–288. DOI: 10.1007/s11212-018-9315-3
  • Sineokaya Y.V. "The Shift in the Value System in Russia at the Turn of the 20th and 21st Centuries", Tomsk State University Journal Of Philosophy Sociology And Political Science. 2018 № 41, pages  2–40. DOI: 10.17223/1998863Х/41/4
  • Sineokaya Y.V. "The project of a “New Man” in the Russian nietzscheanism", The Humanities and Social Studies in the Far East. 2018. Vol. XV. Issue 2, pages 209–224. DOI: 10.31079/1992-2868-2018-15-2-209-224
  • Sineokaya Y.V. "Foreword. Everything is moved by love…" in: Philosophical emanations of love, compl. and ed. Y.V. Sineokaya. Moscow: LRC Publishing House, 2018, pages 11–17. (in Russian)
  • Sineokaya Y., Khokhlov А. "The philosophy of freedom of Lev Shestov, in: Dostoevsky and Nietzsche The tragic fate of man", in: Pro et contra… , eds. P. Neznik, B. Markov. Košice, 2018, pages 105–123. (in Russian)

2017

  • "In the Circle of Non-Vengeance: Lev Shestov and Friedrich Nietzsche", Russian Studies in Philosophy. 2017. № 55 (5), pages 350363.

    https://doi.org/10.1080/10611967.2017.1375793

    The topic of this article is the principle of non-vengeance, or a denial of the spirit of revenge [der Geist der Rache], and how it is conceptualized in Friedrich Nietzsche and Lev Shestov. Both thinkers make this principle central to their philosophical discussions. However, they have different motives and ways of realizing the principle in their theories. Nietzsche’s approach is manifested in his idea of the eternal recurrence, while for Shestov, the principle is rooted in his interpretation of the biblical myth of “repealing the past evil.” Nietzsche defines vengeance as the will to repeal a past misdeed. Only our own will, turning toward the past and reevaluating itself, can free us from the spirit of revenge. Shestov goes beyond Nietzsche, transforming a moral problem into a theodicy problem. Truth is in the power of an Almighty Creator, who is capable of repealing something that has existed before. The absolute freedom of an all-powerful God who by his own volition can at once repeal a past evil shall solve the problem of vengeance. This article attempts to show the evolution of the two philosophers’ views on the problem of vengeance and non-vengeance, putting those views in the context of the key events in the thinkers’ lives.
  • Sineokaya Yulia V., Poljakova Ekaterina A. Editor’s Preface; Introduction: Nietzsche today, in: Friedrich Nietzsche: Legacy and  Prospects, compiled and edited by Yulia V. Sineokaya and Ekaterina A. Poljakova. Moscow: LRC Publishing House, 2017, pages 9‒11; 15‒23.
  • Sineokaya Yulia V. "Nietzsche in Russia in the 21st Century", in: Friedrich Nietzsche: Legacy and  Prospects, compiled and edited by Yulia V. Sineokaya and Ekaterina A. Poljakova. Moscow: LRC Publishing House, 2017, pages 665‒681.

2016

  • Dispute on Belief, Culture and the Meaning of Life (A Correspondence from Two Corners by Vyacheslav Ivanov and Mikhail Gershenzon), Philosophical Journal, Moscow, 1 (9), 2016, pages 61–79. (in Russian)
This article is devoted to one of the most important documents of culture from the beginning of 20th century A correspondence from two corners by Vyacheslav Ivanov and Mikhail Gershenzon. The small book consisting of mere 12 letters was published by St-Petersburg publishing house Alkonost in 1921. It tells about the crisis of humanity, the revaluation of values of European intellectual tradition, the meaning of life and morals. The twentieth century which opened with wars and revolutions put before intellectuals the goal of overcoming the gap between cultural tradition and personal creativity. Both European and Russian thinkers were giving sharp critique of classical culture which, according to them, had the World War as the logical consequence of its development. Ivanov and Gershenzon, despite their very different approaches to the problem of antinomy between personal creativity and freedom on the one hand, and cultural tradition on another hand, agreed on their vision of the problem. For both of them culture was a phenomenon that needs a moral, social, esthetic and religious justification. In the West, it had been Nietzsche who first raised this problem; in Russia, it became one of the central subjects of philosophical debates during the Russian Religious Renaissance at the turn of 19th and 20th centuries. Ivanonv’s optimistic attitude towards cultural heritage was based on religious belief. Mikhail Gershenzon defended the autonomy of individual creativity against the automatic worship of centuries-old cultural tradition that falsifies life. Gershenzon argued that creative individuality alone could become the solid foundation of any authentic culture in the future. The author proceeds to discuss the nature of friendship between the poet-philosopher and the historian of Russian social thought as well as the evolution of views shared by either of them, and describes the intellectual and social atmosphere around the composition of the Correspondence. The article also provides an outline of public disputes which followed after the publication of the Correspondence.
  • In the circle of non-vengeance: Lev Shestov and Friedrich Nietzsche // Lev Isaakovich Shestov / Ed. by Tat’yana Shedrina. Moscow, Politicheskaya Entsiklopediya, 2016, pages 131–146. (in Russian)
  • Foreword. The Short Form as a Frame of Mind // History of Philosophy in the Form of an Article / Ed. by Julia Sineokaya. Moscow, Kulturnaya revolutsiya, 2016, pages 7–11. (in Russian)
  • Problems of Transmitting Philosophical Knowledge // History of Philosophy in the Form of an Article / Ed. by Julia Sineokaya. Moscow, Kulturnaya revolutsiya, 2016, pages 121–139. (in Russian)
2015
  • Anatomy of Philosophy: How the Text Works // Philosophical Sciences, Moscow, 4, 2015, pages 132–145. (in Russian)
  • About the Project Anatomy of Philosophy: How the Text Works // Philosophical Journal, Moscow,  2 (8), 2015, pages 28–30. (in Russian)
  • Right to deceive (Towards a problem of advantage and disadvantage of lie for education) // Ethical Thought, Moscow, 2 (15), 2015, pages 80–87. (in Russian)
  • Russian dispute on Nietzsche at the turn of the 20–21 centuries // Vestnik of St.Petersburg University, Series 17. Philosophy. Conflict studies. Culture studies. Religious studies, St.Petersburg, 1 (17), 2015, pages 148–157. (in Russian)
  • Sineokaya, Julia V., Khokhlov, Anton M. Lev Shestov’s philosophy of freedom // Studies in East European Thought, 2016 June, pages 27–41.
  • The "Vorticalt Anthropology" of Nikolai Berdyaev // Russian Studies in Philosophy, vol. 53 (4), 2015, pages 44–57.
  • Russian Identity on the turn of the 20th–21st centuries // Social Science Front, 12, 2015, pages 247–253.

19932014 (selected)

  • Nikolay Berdyaev's vortex anthropology // Problems of Philosophy, Moscow, 11 (2014), pp. 78–87.
  • Double portret: Professor Nelly V. Motroschilova in Philosophy and Life // Philosophical Sciences, Moscow, 2 (2014), pp. 89–105.
  • Travel as a philosophical project // Philosophical Journal, Moscow, 1 (12) (2014), 59–80.
  • Phenomenon of Professor Nelly V. Motroshilova // Philosophy and Culture, Moscow, 3 (75) (2014), pp. 481–486.
  • Friedrich Nietzsche and Lou Salomé: "On crests of waves of life" // History of Philosophy Yearbook’2014. Moscow, Kanon (2014), pp. 83–118.
  • Sineokaya Y.V., Bykova M.F. A path through the Decades: On the philosophical work of Nelly V.Motroshilova // Russian Studies in Philosophy. 2014. Vol. 52. No. 4, pp. 9–17.
  • If we are good by Nature // Psychologies,  November, № 103 (2014), pp. 74–77.
  • Entelechia of travel // Proceedings of The Russian School of Anthropology. Moscow, 2013. N 13, pp. 248–271.
  • The truth as the dark site of the lie // Psychology and Psychotechnics. 2013. N 11, pp. 1047–1059.
  • Friedrich Nietzsche – the thinker on the gates of hell // In Russian philosophical tradition, in Transitory and eternal, Novgorod State University Press, 2013, pp. 344–352.
  • Casting of a bell of culture // Philosophical Sciences, Moscow, 9 (2012), pp. 18–30.
  • On the horizon of infinity // Philosophical Sciences, Moscow, 6 (2012), pp. 50–62.
  • Problem of distinction of concepts «freedom» and «will». In Russian philosophical tradition, in Transitory and eternal, Novgorod State University Press, 2012, pp. 273-278.
  • Jacques Derrida and lessons of the 20 century // Philosophical Sciences, Moscow, 6 (2012), pp. 27–38.
  • The Problem of European Unification in the Context of Nietzche's Philosophy // Russian Studies in Philosophy. Vol. 50. No. 1 (Summer 2011), pp. 74–90.
  • Archetypes of internal space // Notebooks of the International University in Moscow, 13 (2011), pp. 73–97.
  • The problem of duality of Europe // The Bulletin of Slavic Cultures, Moscow, 1 (2010), pp. 13–23.
  • Beyond the infinite deadlock (the problem of culture in the philosophy of Silver Age). In the Collection of works "Sense and Word", Moscow, 2009, pp. 572–582.
  • Problem of unification of the Europe in a context of Nietzsche’s philosophy // Philosophical Sciences, Moscow, 10 (2008), pp. 21–36.
  • Intellectual Elite in the Search of Russian Identity // Inteligencja, imperium i cywilizacje w XIX I XX wieku, Warszawa, Instytut Badan Interdyscyplinarnych «Artes Liberales» Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2008. S. 221–234.
  • Wokol kolonializmu // Debaty IBI AL. Tom I. Inteligencja, imperium i cywilizacje w XIX I XX wieku, Warszawa, Instytut Badan Interdyscyplinarnych «Artes Liberales» Uniwersytet Warszawski. 2008. S. 221–234.
  • A case of comparison of Russian and Western philosophy (on pages of philosophical journals) // Philosophical Sciences, Moscow, 12 (2007), pp. 114–136.
  • At height of 6000 foots above the human being and time// Philosophical Sciences, Moscow, 4 (2007), pp. 78–96.
  • Two paradigms of philosophy of culture // Deutschland, Italien und die slavische Kultur der Jahrhundertwende: Phaenomene europaeischer Identitaet und Alteritaet / Hrsg. von G. Ressel. Frankfurt-am-Main: Peter Lang GmbH, 2005. S. 365–381.
  • Choice of  the President // Chocolate, 6 (2004), 62–65, 99–100.Nietzsche’s ideas in the context of formations of policy of national interests of Russia: 1990s, in Nietzsche and Modern Western Studies, S.-Petersburg, pp. 267–290.
  • The problem of the Overman in Nietzsche and Soloviev, In: Vladimir Soloviev und Friedrich Nietzsche: Eine deutsche-russische kulturelle Jahrhundertbilanz. Sonderdruck, 2003, s. 507-526 (also in Russian Studies of Philosophy  Vol. 41, No 3, Winter 2002–2003, 63–81 and in Problems of Philosophy, Moscow, 2 (2002), pp. 43–60). 
  • Nietzsches Philosophie und die russische geistige Renaissance zu Beginn des 20.Jahrhunderts, In: Wiener Jahrbuch fuer Philosophie, Band XXXI/2000,  pp. 99–118.
  • The famous controversy over culture. In: M.O. Gershenzon: Collected Works, Vol. 4, Moscow-Jerusalem, Universitetskaya kniga; Gesharim, 2000, pp. 603–12.
  • Nikolai Leontiev // Philosophy in the cultural system. Vol 1, MGTU, 1998, pp. 61–93.
  • Nietzsche in the Russian literature of Silver Age // Philosophy in Russia, Moscow: INION RAS, 1996, pp. 23–37.
  • Man and Woman: Discussion // Free Opinion Club, Moscow, 1996.
  • Russian Religious Philosophy: Is It Possible Today? // Philosophical Sciences, Moscow, 2–4 (1995), 5–6 (1995).
  • Russian Intellectual Elite in 60s and 80s // Knowledge is Power, 4, Moscow, 1993.
 

Reviews


  • Summing up and moving on (review of Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal. New Myth, New World: from Nietzsche to Stalinism. The Pennsylvania State University. 2004, ISBN 0-271-02218-3, pp. 464). In New Nietzsche Studies 6 (2006), 265–268.
  • A few words about Nietzsche’s bibliography by Prof. Emelianov. In Logos 5–6 (2000), 165–169. (In Russian)

 

 

Encyclopaedia Entries

 

  • Motroshilova N.V.; Nietzsche in Russia; "Correspondence from corner to corner" by Vyacheslav Ivanov and Mikhail Gershenzon; Vasiliy Preobrazhensky In Russian Philosophical Encyclopedia. Moscow.: Knizhnii Klub Knigovek, 2014
  • 'Michail Gershenzon'; 'Nikolai Ghrot'; 'Ivanov-Razumnik'; 'Leo Shestov'; 'Atheny and Jerusalem'; 'Sola Fide'; 'Schopenhauer'; 'Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung'. In New Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Moscow, 2000.
  • Nietzsche in Russia. In Compact Philosophical Dictionary of Russian Philosophy, Moscow, Nauka, 1995.
  • Vasilii Preobrazhensky, Correspondence from corner to corner, Nietzsche and Russia. In Encyclopedia of the History of Russian Philosophy, Moscow, Respublika, 1995.

Projects

  • Joint project «Anatomy of Philosophy: How the Text Works» of the Institute of philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Moscow Dostoyevsky Municipal Library

Conferences

(papers)

2017

  • The Change of Philosophical Paradigms at the Turn of the 20th Century // International Conference «Russian Thinkers: Between the Revolution and Tradition, Bonn, Germany, 26–29 October 2017. http://www.izph.de/russian-thinkers-between-the-revolution-and-tradition/
  • The Shift in the Value System in Russia at the Turn of the 20th and 21-st Centuries» // International Philosophical Forum on ValuesUniversity of Macerata, Italy 13–14 July 2017.

2016

  • «Interaction of the structures of Russian Academy of Sciences and public Enlightement projects», at the Round-Table Discussion «Perspectives of Enlightement projects in Russian Federation», Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation, Moscow, 20 December 2016.
  • Conversation Prof. Yulia Sineokaya with Prof. Marina Bykova (University of North Carolina, USA) «Idea of the United Europe in the Context of the History of Philosophy» // Cycle of philosophical conversations "Replics", project of the Institute of Philosophy of Russian Academy of Sciences "Anatomy of Philosophy: How does a text work", at the Moscow Dostoyevsky Municipal Library, Moscow, 17 November 2016.
  • «In the cycle of nonrevenge: Leo Shestov and Friedrich Nietzsche» // International Conference «Leo Shestov in the Modern Context. 150th Anniversary», Moscow, 15 September 2016.
  • «Russian philosophy of the Silver Age as an element of revealingpost-Soviet identity» // Library «Losev Hause», Seminar «Russian Philosophy», Moscow, 25 February 2016.

2014

  • Sibyl of Russian Silver Age, on Women in the History of Russian Philosophy (Institute of Philosophy RAS, Moscow).
  • Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophy as a mirror of designing of Post-Soviet National Identity of Russia, on Philosophical Heritage of Friedrich Nietzsche (Institute of Philosophy RAS, Moscow).
  • "Correspondence from corner to corner" by Vyacheslav Ivanov and Mikhail Gershenzon, on Project of the Institute of Philosophy of Russian Academy of Sciences "Anatomy of Philosophy: How does a text work" (Library of Dostoyevsky, Moscow).
  • Presentation of the Nietzsche’s Complete Collection of Works in 14 volumes, on The Day of Philosophical Book (Institute of Philosophy RAS, Moscow).
  • Russian Discussion on Nietzsche at the turn of the XX–XXI centuries, on International Conference «The Philosophy saying "Yes": Seduction and struggle in language and thinking (Institute of Philosophy of Saint Petersburg).
  • Nikolay Berdyaev's vortex anthropology, on «Personality. Creativity. Russia. Philosophical Heritage of Nikolay Berdyaev (Institute of Philosophy RAS, Moscow).

2013

  • The truth as the dark site of the lie, on Anthropology of childhood (Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow).

20082012

  • Entelechy of travel, on Power of the route: cultural and philosophical aspects (Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow).
  • Friedrich Nietzsche – the thinker on the gates of hell, on Transitory and eternal (Novgorod State University).
  • Role of Russian Philosophical journals in the University education, on Philosophy and paradigms of Modern Sciences (Moscow State University).
  • Problem of distinction of concepts «freedom» and «will» in Russian philosophical tradition, on Transitory and eternal (Novgorod State University).
  • Modernization of Russia in the context of discussions of National Interests and Problems of Globalization, on Transitory and eternal (Novgorod State University), 2010;
  • Problem of free will in Schopenhauer’s philosophy, on Round table devoted to 150 jubilee of Schopenhauer (Moscow State University), 2010;
  • Crisis of Identity in Modern Russia, on Transitory and eternal (Novgorod StateUniversity), 2009;
  • Intelligentsia and Authority in Modern Russia, on Transitory and eternal (Novgorod State University), 2009.

19992007

  • Russian Intellectual Elite in the search of National Identity, on Intelligentsia, Empire, Civilization in 19-20 centuries (State Warsaw University, Poland), 2007;
  • Intellectual History of the problem «Russia and Europe» in Russian Philosophy, on IVth Russian Philosophical Congress «Philosophy and the future of Civilization», 2005;
  • Moscow State University on the turn of two centuries, on Universities and Intelligentsia in Russia (end of 19 – beginning of 21 centuries (Rostov State University, Rostov), 2005;
  • University Intelligentsia in Russia in 21 century, on Identity: global, European, national, local (State Warsaw University, Poland), 2005;
  • Fairy tales-masks, on Strange artists – strange art (Moscow State University), 2005;
  • Two Paradigms of the Philosophy of Culture, on German-Italian and Slavonic Cultures in the 20th century Conference (University of Trier, Germany), 2003;
  • Boris Berezovsky: «I followed the Classical Path of Soviet Man», on The Center for Russian and East European Studies (CREES) of the University of Birmingham Annual Conference (University of Birmingham, UK), 2002;
  • Nietzschean trends in the debates on Russian National Interest, on Nietzsche and Modern European Thought Conference (European University of St.Petersburg), 2001;
  • The problem of the Overman in Soloviev and Nietzsche, on Soloviev – Nietzsche Conference (University of Trier, Germany), 2001;
  • The Evolution of the Notion of National Interest in Russia, on CREES (St. Antony’s College, Oxford University, Great Britain), 2000;
  • «Easternizers» and their Contribution to Debates on Russian National Identity, on the Center for Russian and East European Studies (CREES) of the University of Birmingham Annual Conference (University of Birmingham, UK), 2000;
  • The problem of Uebermensch in Nietzsche’s philosophy, on Nietzsche in the Historical-Philosophical Context Conference (Institute of Philosophy, RAS, Moscow), 2000.
  • Russian intellectuals through the 1990s, on Oxford University Russian Society (St. Antony’s College, Oxford University, UK), 1999;
  • Religious philosophy in Russia nowadays, on 20 century: Philosophy in Russia Conference (Institute of Philosophy, RAS, Moscow), 1999.
Researcher ID
  • Web of Science Researcher ID: S-7642-2016
  • Scopus Author ID: 52664264800
Contacts
  • e-mail: jvsineokaya@gmail.com
  • e-mail: sineokaya@iph.ras.ru
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