Подполье и шизофрения (Рецензия на книгу Рене Жирар. Критика из подполья (пер. с фр. Н. Мовниной. М.: Новое литературное обозрение, 2012))
Contemporary science is inconceivable without scientific cooperation. It is this that largely ensures its progress and the emergence of new areas and research methods. At the beginning of the 21st century, we can observe that scientific cooperation can influence not only the development of science itself, but also the system of international relations and political discourse. Scientists turn into ambassadors, who represent the achievements of their country on the international stage and build new contacts. Scientific diplomacy is becoming an important element of soft power in world politics. Its goal, in contrast to scientific cooperation, is no longer just the acquisition of new knowledge, but the development and deepening of cooperation itself. There are three main directions in scientific diplomacy: science in diplomacy, science for diplomacy, and diplomacy for science. We find vivid examples of the latter two directions, as well as their interconnection, in contemporary Russian-Spanish relations, in which close cooperation between universities and research centers of the two countries serves as an instrument of diplomacy to achieve common interests, including universal ones. The chapter examines the main areas of cooperation between the two countries in the scientific and technical sphere, and in the humanities.
The paper contains some reflections of a historian on the so called "anthropological turn" in contemporary social sciences and humanities.
The collection contains materials of scientists, teachers and students at the National Scientific and Practical Conference. The book is intended for a wide range of readers interested in pedagogy, education, history, local history, techniques, etc.
Electronic collection of the articles of the 6th international student scientifical conference "Youth science forum: Humanities" illustrates the results of the scientific researches held by the different schools and directions of modern science
The review is an observation of ASEEEC Summer Convention held in Lviv in June 2016