On October 6th, 2017, LIBER 2017, the 35th international book fair, closed in Madrid at IFEMA – Feria de Madrid expo centre. Over 450 companies from 11 countries (Argentina, Belgium, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Russia, Spain and the USA) presented their products at the event.
One of the chapters in Springer’s newly released academic volume Transforming Education is co-authored by IOE education innovation researcher Diana Koroleva. Entitled Coup D’etat in the Panopticon: Social Networking in Education, the paper has been inspired by a series of seminars in philosophy Diana was attending on her doctoral track at the IOE Graduate School of Education.
Springer, one of the world's leading publishers of scientific literature, has launched a new book series, entitled ‘Societies and political orders in transition’. The series has been initiated by the HSE Faculty of Social Sciences, and three HSE representatives are members of the series International Advisory Board, with the other four members coming from universities in Germany, UK and the USA.
“Achieving oneself” is not a subject of a systematic scientific research in Russian personality psychology. The goal of the current study is to justify the significance of such research in current socio-cultural and scientific context. “Achieving oneself” is understood in this paper as an integral reflectively mediated fulfillment of the I’s potential in leading vital relations hips of a person. The field of study is “the new personology”, the method is hermeneutics. This study offers a reflective model of the I’s potential towards the Other and presents an application of this model to the analysis of the process of achieving one self in a loving relationship.
Dobrohotov A. L. Humanities. HUM. Basic Research Programme, 2013. No. 15/HUM/2013.
This paper explores the implications of the central episode of the second part of «Faust» - the story of Faust and Helen of Troy’s marriage - and shows that the episode contains a more positive concept of the history of European culture than the conclusion of the tragedy.