Research of the Russian philosophy covers the range of issues related to the reception of Western-European philosophy in the Russian culture. The focus of attention is placed at the views and original philosophical systems of the representatives of all the major eras and trends in Russian intellectual history: the Russia Enlightenment, Slavophilism, Native Soil Conservatism, Westernism, Russian symbolism, Russian positivism, Russian cosmism, Russian occultism, Russian anarchism, Russian nihilism, Russian personalism, Russian existentialism, Russian aestheticism, Russian religious philosophy and theology. The special attention is traditionally given to the research of V.S. Soloviev and P.A. Florensky. The research is conducted in collaboration with the section of the history of philosophy at the Institute of Philosophy and Law, Siberian Branch of The Russian Academy of Sciences.
– PhD in Philosophy, Vladimir Akulinin, firstname.lastname@example.org