Institute of Philosophy
Russian Academy of Sciences




  Olga P. Zubets
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Olga P. Zubets

 

       

Date and Place of birth

 

June 4, 1959. Moscow, Russia 

 

 

Degrees

  • Cand. Sc. Philosophy [Ph.D.], Moscow State University, 1984.
  • [B.A.] Philosophy, Moscow State University, 1981.

ORCID iD iconorcid.org/0000-0002-3409-4696

 

Researcher ID: I-5749-2018


Scopus Author ID: 56568157200


РИНЦ SPIN7903-3641AuthorID: 588057          

Professional
appointments

Full-time

 
  • Senior Research Fellow, Department of Ethics, Institute of Philosophy, 1991 – present – Research Fellow, Department of Ethics, Institute of Philosophy, 1989–1991;
  • Assistant Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Institute for Retraining Teachers of HU, Humanities and Social Sciences, Moscow State University, 1985–1989;
  • Lecturer, Department of Social Sciences, Schepkin Theatre Institute, 1983–1988.

 

Half-time  
  • Lecturer, Department of Ethics, State University of Humanities, 2000 – present.

 

Professional
activities

 

  • Research work in Eichstaett (1996);
  • Summer School of Ethics (Dubrovnic, 1989);
  • Papers at: Russian-Finnish Philosophy Symposium (Helsinki, 2010); Russian-British workshop “Tolerance and Conflict Resolution” (London, 2009); World Congress of Philosophy (Brighton, 1988).

 

University courses
(mostly recent)

 

  • Ethics: Introductory Course;
  • Ethics: Systematic Course; 
  • Temporal Aspects of Moral Life: Special Course;
  • The History of Values: Special Course.

 

Grants

 

  • The Idea of the Autonomy of the Moral Sublect as the Basis of Moral Philosophy. Research Project, Russian Foundation for Humanities 2012–2014
  • Value Foundations of Philosophising and the Perspectives of Ethics: on the Justification of the Place of Aristocraticism in Morality. Research Project, Russian Foundation for Humanities 2008–2009;
  • The History of the Systems of Moral Values: Archetypes and Ephemeral Images. Research Project, Russian Foundation for Humanities 2005;
  • Aristocraticism as a Value Phenomenon. Research Project, Russian Foundation for Humanities, 2002–2003;
  • Morality and Violence: The Idea of Violence in The History of European Thought. Research Project, Russian Foundation for Humanities, 1999.

 

Publications

 

Books:

  • Morality: Diversity of Concepts and Meanings. A Festschrift for the 75-th birthday of Abdusalam Guseynov. / Ed. Olga Zubets / Moscow, Alfa-M, 2014. Pp. 447.
  • Ed. Morality: The Diversity of Concepts and Meanings. Moscow, Alfa-M, 2014.
  • Ed. of the anthology Treatises on Love. Moscow: IFRAN, 1994, 187 p.
  • Ed. The Philosophy of the Lost Literature. Moscow: IFRAN, 1992
  • Ed. Reflections on Love. Moscow: Znanie, 1989, 64 p.
  • The Dynamics of Moral Life. Values and Social Time. Moscow: Moscow University Press, 1988.
  • Age: Features of Moral Life. Moscow: Znanie, 1987, 64 p.
  • The Morality of Consumption: Roots, Display, Criticism. Moscow, Znanie, 1985.

Articles (selected of almost 70)

 

  • What Does the Virtuous Person Despise and to What Is He Superior?, Russian Studies in Philosophy, 2016, 54:6, 501-518.
  • Shakespeare’s 94-th Sonnet and Aristotle’s Excerpt About Great-minded: The Mystery of Similarity / Ethical Thought. 2015. Vol. 15. P. 91-116. 
  • Morality as Subjectness // Philosophy: Theory and Practice / Russian Academy  of Sciences, Institute of Philosophy; Ed. V.Sharova, E. Trufanova, A Yakovleva. – М.: ИФ РАН, 2013. – ISBN: 978-5-9540-0258-4. P. 142-147. (In English). 
  • Contemporary Russian Ethics: The Polarisation  // Studies in East European Thought: Volume 66, Issue 3 (2015), Page 181-194  . (In English).
  • On one excerpt from Nicomachean Ethics // Ethical Thought. Vol. 14. Moscow, 2014. P. 86-110.
  • From Discussion of Lying to Silence about the Holocaust // Social Sciences. Vol. 45. No. 1, 2014. P. 91–108. (In English).
  • Precedence of the life of oneself // Morality: Diversity of Concepts and Meanings. A Festschrift for the 75-th birthday of Abdusalam Guseynov. / Ed. Olga Zubets / Moscow, Alfa-M, 2014. P. 174-200.
  • What morality is // Morality: Diversity of Concepts and Meanings. A Festschrift for the 75-th birthday of Abdusalam Guseynov. / Ed. Olga Zubets / Moscow, Alfa-M, 2014. P. 438-447 (In Russian and English).
  • Morality as Subjectness // Philosophy: Theory and Practice/ Russian Academy of Sciences/ Ed.: V.Sharova, E.Trufanova, A.Yakovleva. Moscow: ИФ РАН, 2013. P. 142–147.
  • From the Discussion On Lying to Keeping Silence On Holocaust, Comprehending the Good: Festschrift devoted to the 60th Anniversary of Professor Ruben Apressyan / Eds. Olga Artemyeva, Andrey Prokofyev. Moscow, Alfa-M, 2013., pp. 290-310.
  • The Preference of Own Self’s Life. Morality: The Diversity of Concepts and Meanings. Moscow, Alfa-M, 2014, pp. 174-200.
  • If That Who Needs Little Needs a Friend. Ethical Thought. Issue 13 / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2013, pp. 105–132.
  • Aristotle’s Great-Minded: Subjectness as an Ethical Ideal. Актуальные вопросы фундаментальной и прикладной этики. К 90-летию со дня рождения профессора В.Г. Иванова. Материалы Международной научно-практической конференции Saint-Petersburg, 2012, pp. 98-106.
  • The Concept of Pride in Hume: Moral Subjectness as the Sourse of the Identity of the Self. Ethical Thought. Issue 12 / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2012, pp. 169–192.
  • Megalopsykhos, Magnanimus, Great-minded. Ethical Thought. Issue 11 / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2011, pp. 53-89.
  • Aristocraticism as the Basis of  Acting. Philosophy and Ethics: Festschrift devoted to  the 70-th anniversary of the full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences A.A. Guseynov. Moscow: Alfa-M, 2009, pp. 446–458.
  • An Interview with the full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences Abdusalam Abdulkerimovich Guseynov. Philosophy and Ethics: Festschift devoted to the 70-th anniversary of the full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences A.A. Guseynov. Moscow: Alfa-M, 2009, pp. 7–34.
  • The Archeology of Aristocraticism (Anglomania as the Way to Philosophise), Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought). Issue 9 / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2009, pp. 102–121.
  • Lying as Self-Elimination, Logos, № 5, 2008, pp. 91–102.
  • The Discussion about Gift: on the Possibility of Aristocratic in Morality, Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought). Issue 8 / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2008, pp.128–153.
  • On Pride, Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought). Issue 7 / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2006, pp. 171–195.
  • Value Border-Building and Morality, Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought). Issue 6 / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2005, pp. 219–238.
  • Profession in The Context of The History of Values, Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought). Issue 4 / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2003, pp. 103–120.
  • Idleness and Laziness, Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought). Issue 3 / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2002, pp. 118–138.
  • Prostitution. Aristocraticism. Idleness. Unhappiness. Temporality. Love. Narrow-mindedness. “Their Morals and Ours”, etс. // Articles for Encyclopedias and Dictionaries: Ethics (2001), New Philosophical Encyclopedia(2000), Human Being (2000), Dictionary of Western Philosophy.
  • On Aristocraticism. Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought). Issue 2 / Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow, Institute of Philosophy, 2001, 151–168.
  • Esthetical and Ethical in Philosophy, Morality and Art. // Ethics: The New Old Problems. Moscow: Gаrdariki, 1999.
  • Fairy-Tale Revelation of Leo Tolstoy, L.N.Tolstoy and The Traditions of Nonviolence in The XX Century. Moscow: Aslan, 1996.
  • Life in Its Absurd Demonsration, Punished by The Time. Philosophical Ideas in The Contemporary Russian Literature. Moscow, 1992.
  • “Only to Love The Music Gives the Way”, Ethical Thought. Moscow: Politicheskaya Literatura, 1990. pp. 89–105.
  • “Morality in The Mirror of Love”,  Reflections on Love. Moscow, 1989.
  • “Social Aging: Temporal Illusions of Morality”. Humane Values of Modern Culture. Moscow, 1988.
  • “Temporal Analysis as a Method of Epistemological Study (with Kasavin I.T.)”, On the Specific of the Methods of Philosophical Study. Moscow, 1987.
  • “Consumer's Morality and Consumption in Morality (If Consumer Consumes)”, The Morality of Consumption: Roots, Display, Criticism. Moscow, Znanie, 1985, pp. 43–53.

 

E-mail: olgazubets@mail.ru