Философский журнал как пространство междисциплинарного и межпоколенческого диалога
The article presents the author’s reflection on the topic of scientific communication and forms of presentation of scientific results in the form of journal publications. As a starting point for reflection served the meeting that took place on March 28, 2019 held by the editor-in-chief of the journal "Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences" Khachatur Marinosyan with new researchers. The event was mainly devoted to the structure of the representation of modern knowledge, a crucial role in which is continued to be played by a scientific journal, that should be considered as a special phenomenon of intellectual culture. Consideration of the work of the journal institution, both during the meeting and in the framework of the narrative of this article is based on the communicative perspective. In addition to the main topics of scientific communication some relevant to the institutional functioning of knowledge topics were also considered and discussed: ageism, interdisciplinarity, transmedia, formalization of knowledge, international unification and formal indexation of journals. The meeting, which format was unusual for contemporary Russian science, aroused the interest of the professional community. A partner in its organization was the Social Philosophy Department of the Institute of Philosophy of Russian Academy of Sciences. The relevance and just-in-time character of the "dialogical" approach to the functioning of science is evidenced by the participants, beginning scientists from Lomonosov Moscow State University, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, also joined by independent researchers who do not have an institutional position in academic institutions, but are engaged in research activities. The most important result of the meeting was the thesis about the possibility and necessity of thematic updating of humanitarian and, in particular, philosophical knowledge by the forces of beginning but promising authors, to which the editorial Board should be ready if it wants to maintain journal’s leading status and keep up with the times.