Institute of Philosophy
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  Konstantin E. Troitskiy
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Konstantin E. Troitskiy

 

 Konstantin E. Troitskiy

Date and Place of birth

 

May 29, 1982. Moscow, Russia

 

Degrees

  • Cand. Sc. Philosophy [Ph.D] Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2015.
  • [M.A.] Humanities and Social sciences, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany) 2012.
  • [M.A.] Philosophy, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2011.
  • [B.A.] Psychology, Sholokhov Moscow State University for Humanities, 2006.

Professional appointments 

 

Full-time

  • Research Fellow, Department of Ethics, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, 2017 – present.
  • Junior Research Fellow, Department of Ethics, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, 2013 – 2017.

 

ORCID: 0000-0003-1976-0168

 

Researcher IDI-6014-2018

 

Scopus Author ID: 57192108539

 

РИНЦ SPIN: 6377-3044, AuthorID: 756926                        

Grants
  • Moral Imperativity: Sources, Nature, Forms of Representation, – Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2014–2016 (Joint project, member).
 

 

 

University courses


  • Ethics: Systematic Course for Students Majored in Philosophy, Moscow: State Academic University of Humanities, Moscow, 2016 – present.
 

 

 

Publications

 

 

 

 

Books

  • Max Weber's Ethical Ideas. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 2016, 130 pp.

Articles

  • Zygmunt Bauman: from the Criticism of Universalism to the Unlimited Moral Responsibility // Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought). 2019. Issue 19. No 1. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy RAS, pp. 5–19. (Russian).
  • In Search of the Ethics of Migration. The Discussion about Borders: Major Perspectives and Arguments // Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought). 2018. Issue 18. No 1. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy RAS, pp. 130–145. (Russian).
    Translation into English: In Search of the Ethics of Migration. The Discussion about Borders: Major Perspectives and Arguments // Social Sciences. 2018, Vol. 19. No 3. 102115.
     
  • Ivan Ilyin's Resistence to Evil by Force as a "Spiritual Immoralism" // Voprosy Filosopfii (Problems of Philosophy), 2017, No. 2, pp. 154–165. (Russian).
  • Nation and the nation-state in the views of M. Weber // Sotsiologicheskie issledovaniya (Sociological Studies), 2016. Issue 8, pp. 106–116. (Russian).
  • The Prohibition of Lying as a Condition for the Perpetual Peace // Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought). 2016. Issue 16. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy RAS, pp. 77–92. (Russian).
  • The Ethic of Responsibility and the Ethic of Conviction: Conflict or Unity // Problemy etiki. Filosofsko-eticheskii al'manakh (Problems of Ethics. Philosophical and ethical anthology). 2015. Issue 5. Moscow. Lomonosov Moscow State University, pp. 196–208. (Russian).
  • Immanuel Kant’s Moral Theory and the Idea of Imperativity in the German Philosophical Thought (late 19th – early 20th century). // Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought). 2015. Issue 15. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy RAS, pp. 201–220. (Russian).
  • The Categorical Imperative in Max Weber's Thought // Diskursi Ethiki (Discourses of Ethics), 2014, No. 3, pp. 52-68. (Russian).
  • View on the Source of Imperative in Max Weber's Works // Vox http://vox-journal.org Issue 16, 2014. (Russian).
  • Max Weber as Anti-Tolstoy // Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought). Issue 14, ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy RAS, 2014. pp. 200–216. (Russian).
  • Polytheism of Values" in Max Weber's Axiological Thought // Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta (The Bulletin of Moscow University). Series 7: Philosophy, 2014 No 1. pp. 107–120. (Russian).
  • Revaluation in the Axiological Thought of M. Weber // Voprosy Filosopfii (Problems of Philosophy), 2013, No. 4, pp. 54–62. (Russian). 

Reviews

  • Reflection on the Book: "Ist Egoismus Amoralisch?" // Filosofia i kultura (Philosophy and Culture), 2014, No 1, pp. 134–138. (Russian).
  • Review on the Book "Morality: Diversity of Concepts and Meanings //Voprosy Filosopfii (Problems of Philosophy), 2014, No. 9, pp. 185–188. (Russian).
 

 

 

Academic talks

 

  • "The Problem of Revolution and the Idea of Nonviolence in the Discussions about Leo Tolstoy (1917-1928)". - Conference "Revolution, Evolution and Dialogue of Cultures" (Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, 15.12.2017).
  • "Criticism of the Teachings of L.N. Tolstoy in I.A. Ilyin's Work "On the Resistance to Evil by Force." - Philosophical seminar (Leo Tolstoy State Museum, Moscow, January 25, 2017).
  • "Georg Simmel: His Criticism of the Categorical Imperative and the Idea of the Individual Law". – The theoretical seminar of the Department of ethics, – the Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, 15.12.2016
  • "Ivan Ilyin's "About Resistence to Evil by Force" and His Criticism of Leo Tolstoy's Ideas". – The conference "Tolstoy Readings". – Moscow, Russia, 20.11.2015
  • "Ivan Ilyin's "Resistence to Evil by Force" as a Spiritual Immoralism".  – The theoretical seminar of the Department of ethics, – the Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, 29.10.2015.
  • "The Problem of Legitimacy as a Condition of a Democratic Society". – The International Conference “Social Thought in Today Ukraine”, – Kyiv, Ukraine, 14.10. 2014.
  • "Max Weber and the Project of the Categorical Imperative for the XX century".  The theoretical seminar of the Department of ethics, – the Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, 10.06.2014.
  • "Ethic of Responsibility and Ethic of Conviction: Conflict or Unity?" –  The conference “Moral Responsibility in the Modern World” – Moscow, Russia, 18.04.2014.
  • "The Meaning of Max Weber’s Ideas for the XXI century".  The theoretical seminar of the Department of ethics, – the Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, 12.11.2013.

 

E-mail: konstantin.e.troitskiy@gmail.com