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МОО «Платоновское философское общество»
The Universe of Platonic Thought
Универсум платоновской мысли

28th International Conference  ·  XXVIII Международная конференция
25–26 June 2020   St Petersburg, Russia  ·  25–26 июня 2020   Санкт-Петербург, Россия

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About Conference Conference Program Proceedings
25 June 2020
Plenary Session
25 June 202011:00-13:30
Link to Zoom conference: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5182542846
Moderator: Roman Svetlov

1. Roman Svetlov, DSc in Philosophy, Professor; erzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (St.-Petersburg, Russia), Professor

Welcome Speech

2. Alexei Gloukhov, CSc in Philosophy; National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia), Associate Professor

Main kinds of speech in the classical philosophy of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle   ·   Recorded Video

3. Konstantin Shevtsov, DSc in Philosophy; St Petersburg State University of Civil Aviation (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Professor

Socrates and the Golden Age   ·   Recorded Video

4. Irina Aleksandrovna Protopopova, CSc in Culturology, Associate Professor; Platonic Research Center (Moscow, Russia), Head; Russian State University for Humanities (Moscow, Russia), Major Research Fellow

Socrates as ‘Essence’ and ‘Method’: An Elenchos, Aporia and Transcendence   ·   Recorded Video

5. Marina Volf, DSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; Institute of Philosophy and Law of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (Novosibirsk, Russia), Director

The Hypothetical Method in Plato: Is a Discussion Useful?    ·   Recorded Video

Workshop 1: “Rhetorics, Politics, Education”
25 June 202014:00-18:00
Link to Zoom conference: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/6856286267
Moderator: Elena Lisanyuk

1. Stefano Petrucciani, CSc in Philosophy, Professor; University La sapienza (Rome, Italy), Professor

The speech of Trasymachus and the question of political realism

2. Stefano Maria Capilupi, CSc in Philosophy; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Head of Italian studies department; University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’ (Rome, Italy), Subject Expert at the Chair of Political Philosophy; Peter the Great St Petersburg Polytechnic University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor of Philosophy of Institute for the Humanities

Trust in the Word as a Political and Pedagogical Path to Happiness, from Gorgias to Plato

3. Sergey Smirnov, DSc in Philosophy; Institute of Philosophy and Law of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (Novosibirsk, Russia), Leading Researcher

Autobiorgaphy in the Antiquity: Between Philosophy and Rhetoric. Origins of the Genre

4. Pavel Likhter, CSc in Law; Penza State University (Penza, Russia), Associate Professor

Plato’s concept of functional justice as an instrument of social stability

5. Elena Lisanyuk, DSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Professor

Plato vs Aristotle on deliberative argumentation

6. Lilia Leonidovna Castle, PhD, Professor; Chaminade University of Honolulu (Honolulu, HI, United States of America), Professor

Plato’s Dialogues as Educational Practice

7. Inna Romanenko, DSc in Philosophy, Professor; erzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (St.-Petersburg, Russia), Professor

The Formation of a New Lifestyle in the Hellenistic Paideia

8. Eugene Miroshnichenko; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Postgraduate

Could Philosopher be addicted to Rhetoric: the Letter of Synesius of Cyrene to Hypatia about Rhetoric and Philosophy (Ep. 154)

Workshop 2: “Socrates of Plato in the Context of Ancient Rhetorics”
25 June 202014:00-18:00
Link to Zoom conference: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/8512817612
Moderator: Irina Mochalova

1. Rustam Galanin, CSc in Philosophy; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Independent scholar

The Rhetorical Intention in Plato’s Lysis   ·   Recorded Video

2. Irina Mochalova, CSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor

Socrates in the “Apology” of Plato, or as Plato defended Socrates

3. Maria Solopova, CSc in Philosophy; RAS Institute of Philosophy (Moscow, Russia), Major Research Fellow

Socrates’ remark in Theaet. 174e5-175b4 and genealogy catalogues in the 5th century BC   ·   Recorded Video

4. Roman Svetlov, DSc in Philosophy, Professor; erzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (St.-Petersburg, Russia), Professor

Rhetoric in Theaetetus   ·   Recorded Video

5. Rostislav Dyomin; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Lecturer

Socrates and Zou Yan as meteorosophists

7. Elena Alymova, CSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor

The Socrateses of Apuleius

8. Svetlana Karavaeva , CSc in Philosophy; North-Western State Medical University named after I. I. Mechnikov (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Assistant Professor

Rabelais’ interpretation of Socrates the Silenus

9. Alexei Garadja; Russian State University for Humanities (Moscow, Russia), Major Research Fellow

On the Problems of Gnostic Nomenclature

10. Alexander Rychkov, Independent scholar

Plato in the reflection of the early Christian Gnostics

11. Sergey Slobodkovsky; Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Postgraduate

Socrates is an actor, or how to write a tragedy correctly

Workshop 3: “Rhetorics in the Context of Textology Studies”
25 June 202014:00-18:00
Link to Zoom conference: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9746531861
Moderators: Sergey Nikonenko, Alexander Sinitsyn

1. Sergey Nikonenko, DSc in Philosophy, Professor; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Professor

The Language of Poetry in The Republic  

2. Alexander Sinitsyn, CSc in History, Associate Professor; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Researcher; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor; Russian State Institute of Performing Arts (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor

Plato, Orators and the Early Greek Writers (On Juxtapositions in the Treatise of Dionysius of Halicarnassus A Letter to Pompeius)

3. Vitaly Ivanov, Independent scholar

Interpretations of the first philosophy in Neoplatonic commentaries on Aristotle

4. Dmitry Goncharko, CSc in Philosophy; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Researcher; erzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (St.-Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor

Women Philosophers and Women Rhetoricians in the History of the Ancient Greek and Byzantine Philosophy: from Diotima of Mantinea to Athenais of Athens

5. Igor Zaitsev, CSc in Philosophy; Saint-Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor

To Follow The Fate or The Law: Socrates As a Character in The Tragedy

6. Marina Egorowa; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Student

Plato on the nature of rhetoric in the dialogues “Phaedrus” and “Gorgias”: a comparative analysis

7. Fedor Shcherbakov; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Postgraduate

Rhetoric of Allegory in the Neo-Stoic school (in the examples of Cornutus’, Heraclitus the Grammarian’s, and Hierocles the Stoic’s works)

Workshop 4: “Rhetorics, City, Memory”
25 June 202015:00-18:00
Link to Zoom conference: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3218555278
Moderator: Sergey Troitskiy

1. Taras Shiyan, CSc in Philosophy; Foundation for Humanities (Moscow, Russia), Major Research Fellow

The concept of division of labor as the basis of thinking and argumentation in Plato's "Politeia"

2. Andrej Mozhajsky, CSc in History; Institute for strategy of education development (Moscow, Russia), senior researcher

City in Late Antiquity: the reception of classical ideas in a new reality

3. Sergey Troitskiy, CSc in Philosophy; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor; Sociological institute of the Russian Academy of Science (Moscow, Russia), Associate Research Fellow; Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Major Research Fellow

Platonopolis: Space as a Rhetorical Subject

4. Anna Afonasina, CSc in Philosophy; Novosibirsk State University (Novosibirsk, Russia), Senior Lecturer

Ideal religion for an ideal state

5. Konstantin Shurunov; Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Postgraduate

Taliban - the regime based on principles of Plato's Republic

6. Valentine Cherednikov, CSc in Philosophy, Independent scholar

The philosophy of dandy: sophistes and platonists

7. Victoria Pichugina, DSc in Pedagogy, Associate Professor; Institute for strategy of education development (Moscow, Russia), Leading Researcher

Plato and Cicero vs Homer: Can a city be brought up on theater poetry?

Workshop 5: “New Research Perspectives: Plato, Metaphysics, Rhetorics”
25 June 202014:00-18:00
Link to Zoom conference: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/4246677294
Moderators: Elena Alymova, Valeria Udalova

1. Vadim Mursky, CSc in Philosophy; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Lecturer

Thales und Parmenides über den Gegensatz von Leben und Tod, von Sein und Nichtsein

2. Gleb Sergeevich Zemlyakov; The State budgetary professional educational institution of the Samara region «St. Alexius College of humanitarian and socio-pedagogical disciplines» (Tolyatti, Russia), The teacher

Journey to the end of the world as a traditional epic plot in Parmenides' poetics

3. Nikita Minyuk; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Student

Justice: Plato vs. Aristotle?

4. Dmitry Kovalev; St Petersburg Mining University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Student

Interpretation of Plato's approach to ideas

5. Aleksandr Grigorevich Tarabanov; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Master degree student in Philosophy

Justice and Rhetoric in the dialogue of Plato "Gorgias"

6. Valeria Udalova ; Pushkin Leningrad State University (Vyborg Institute) (Vyborg, Russia), Lecturer

The Existence of Thought in the Dialectical Socrates’ Method.

7. Pavel Fedotov; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Student

Place of idyll in the rhetorical horizon of Plato’s dialogues

8. Igor Nikolaevich Shtembeliuk; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Student

Plotinus on the method of ascent to the One

9. Ruslan Mazaev; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Student

Second Sophisty’s Influence on the rhetoric of Christian apologists of the 2nd century

10. Daria Sergeevna Zaikina; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Student

Alisher Khamidov; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Postgraduate

The Socratic Dialogue in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

11. Anna Khakhalova; Sociological institute of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg, Russia), Independent scholar

The Body of Word in Socrates and Gorgias

Workshop 6: “Theology, Metaphor, Logic and Rhetorics in Medieval Platonism,” part 1
25 June 202014:30-18:00
Link to Zoom conference: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/5466840393
Moderator: Maria Varlamova

1. Oksana Goncharko, CSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Researcher; St Petersburg Mining University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor

Aporia statements and self-contradictions from Parmenides to Theodoros Prodromos

2. Michael Prasolov, DSc in Philosophy; Voronezh Theological Seminary (Voronezh, Russia), prorector

Hypothetical Logoi of Dionysius the Areopagite

3. Igor Khmara; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Postgraduate

Concepts of time and eternity in Plotinus' and Cappadocian Fathers' works

4. Nadezhda Gaevskaya; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), undergraduate

The Cynical Life of Tatian the Assyrian as a Source of Information About Early Holy Fools

5. Eugene Anatolievich Makovetsky, DSc in Philosophy; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Professor

The origin of force from force, expressed in the metaphors of radiance, vapor, breath, heat

6. Konstantin Bandurovsky , CSc in Philosophy, Independent scholar

The Transformation of School Rhetoric in Augustine’s Cassiciac Dialogues

7. Oleg Nogovitsin; Sociological institute of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg, Russia), Senior Researcher; Peter the Great St Petersburg Polytechnic University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Assistant Professor

Physics and Christology in dogmatic polemic of the first half of the 6th century: the sun as an example of unique composite nature in the dispute between Monophysites and Diophysites on the nature of Christ  

26 June 2020
Workshop 6: “Theology, Metaphor, Logic and Rhetorics in Medieval Platonism,” part 2
26 June 202010:30-14:30
Link to Zoom conference: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/5466840393
Moderator: Dmitry Kurdybaylo

1. Larisa Tonoyan, CSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Researcher

St. John of Damascus: logic and rhetoric   ·   Recorded Video

2. Andrey Kurbanov, CSc in History; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Research Assistant

Lydia Spyridonova, CSc in History; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Research Assistant

Neoplatonic tradition in Theodore Prodromos’ commentary on the Posterior Analytics

3. Oksana Goncharko, CSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Researcher; St Petersburg Mining University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor

From Parmenides to M.Karagatsis – Why must Truth be a circle?   ·   Recorded Video

4. Lydia Spyridonova, CSc in History; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Research Assistant

Andrey Kurbanov, CSc in History; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Research Assistant

Theaetetus 156a as a guide for court encomiast: Michael Psellos’ letter to Nicholaos Skleros

5. Dmitri Chernoglazov, CSc in Philology; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor

11th c. Byzantine neoplatonist: some notes on the new critical edition of Michael Psellos’ letters

6. Elena Chelnokova, DSc in Philosophy; Russian Orthodox University of St. John the Theologian (Moscow, Russia), Assistant Professor

The influence of Plato's philosophy on the anthropology of Saint Gregory of Nyssa

7. Timur Shchukin; Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Postgraduate; Sociological institute of the Russian Academy of Science (Moscow, Russia), Associate Research Fellow

Apostle Paul vs. Plato and Aristotle: 'Viae dux' by Anastasius of Sinai as an antiphilosophical project

8. Maxim Prikhodko, CSc in Philosophy; The Parish of St. Nicolas Russian Orthodox Church (Seville, Spain), priest

Philo of Alexandria on laughter: between allegory and reality   ·   Recorded Video

9. Oleg Kuliev, CSc in Philosophy; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Researcher

On the humorous in the exegetic of Origen of Alexandria

10. Dmitri Chernoglazov, CSc in Philology; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor

Platonic and Lucianic dialogue in Theodore Prodromos’ oeuvre

11. Dmitry Kurdybaylo, CSc in Philosophy; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Researcher; Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Major Research Fellow

Humorous passages of Plato’s dialogues in the commentaries of Proclus Lycaeus   ·   Recorded Video

Workshop 7: “Rhetorics and Platonism in Literary Studies”
26 June 202010:30-14:30
Link to Zoom conference: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/8512817612
Moderator: Sergey Avanesov

1. Valery Vorobyev, CSc in Philosophy; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Researcher

Ethos, pathos and logos in a historical perspective   ·   Recorded Video

2. Rano Safiulina, CSc in Philology; Moscow Financial and Industrial University “Synergy” (Moscow, Russia), Associate Professor

Iris Murdoch, Oxford University Philosophy Professor and novelist, on Plato as a critic of literature

3. Oleg Albertovich Donskikh, DSc in Philosophy, Professor; Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management (Novosibirsk, Russia), Head of Department; Novosibirsk State University (Novosibirsk, Russia), Professor

Creation of Philosophy as the Literary-Scientific Genre (from Homer to Plato)   ·   Recorded Video

4. Alexander Shevtsov, DSc in Psychology, Professor, Independent scholar

Rhetoric of a fairy tale

5. Timur Murmanovich Artemev, CSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mechnikov (Saint-Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor

How to Master Oratory Excellence   ·   Recorded Video

6. George Tigranovich Khubyan; Dnipropetrovsk Medical Academy (Dnepr, Ukraine), Student

Rhetoric in Elizabethan drama in the tragedy “Tamburlaine the Great” by Christopher Marlowe and "Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare   ·   Recorded Video

7. Marina Grishunina; Kozma Minin Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University — Minin University (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia), Student

Plato's "Myth of the Cave" in the сontext of George Orwell's "1984": towards the truth.    ·   Recorded Video

Workshop 8: “Platonism and Philosophy of 19th–21st Centuries”
26 June 202010:30-14:30
Link to Zoom conference: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9746531861
Moderator: Yuriy Romanenko

1. Igor Evlampiev, DSc in Philosophy, Professor; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Professor

The concepts of “order” and “chaos” in ancient Greek thinking and in modern philosophy and science

2. Farida Tagirovna Akhunzianova, CSc in Culturology, Associate Professor; Kostroma State Universaty (Kostroma, Russia), Associate Professor

Plato's ideas in the religious reflection of the beginning of the 20th century: speculatio as a cognition of real existence

3. Eugene Malyshkin, DSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Professor

Creation as Mutilation: How to Read Plato’s “Banquet” After Nancy?   ·   Recorded Video

4. Yuriy Romanenko, DSc in Philosophy, Professor; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Professor

Heidegger's Interpretation of Plato’s Teaching and its Assessment in the Works of Russian Philosophers

5. Alexei Krioukov, CSc in Philosophy; Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Professor

The meaning of term eidos in Husserl’s phenomenology   ·   Recorded Video

6. Ivan Protopopov, CSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; Saint-Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor

On understanding dialectics in Plato and Hegel   ·   Recorded Video

7. Sergey Katrechko, CSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; State Academic University for the Humanities (Moscow, Russia), Associate Professor; Russian Orthodox University of St. John the Theologian (Moscow, Russia), Head of Department

Abduction as a dialectic (Plato), rhetoric (Aristotle), and transcendental arguments (Kant)   ·   Recorded Video

8. Peter Neshitov, CSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; St Petersburg State University for Telecommunications (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Assistant Professor

Metaphysical reflection of the social experience, or a journey to disappointment

Workshop 9: “Rhetorics of Renaissance and Modernity”
26 June 202011:00-14:30
Link to Zoom conference: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3218555278
Moderator: Ilya Guryanov

1. Anastasia Igorevna Zolotukhina, CSc in Philology; Moscow State Lomonosov University (Moscow, Russia), Senior Lecturer

Plato as an inspirer of the XVII century French rhetoricians   ·   Recorded Video

2. Svetlana Marchukova, DSc in Pedagogy; Research Pedagogical Centre J. A. Comenius German gymnasium “Peterschule” (Saint Petersburg, Russia), prorector

On the pedagogical aspects of Neoplatonism in the legacy of Y. A. Comenius (1592 – 1670)

3. Ilya Guryanov, CSc in Philosophy; National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia), Senior Lecturer

Ficino's influence on Early Modern concepts of nature   ·   Recorded Video

4. Ekaterina Gogleva; erzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (St.-Petersburg, Russia), Postgraduate

Disputes over the status of "ideas" in Early Modern philosophy   ·   Recorded Video

5. Maria Semikolennykh, CSc in Culturology; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Researcher

Niccolo Perotti’s contribution to the Plato-Aristotelian Controversy: Refutatio deliramentorum Georgii Trapezuntii Cretensis   ·   Recorded Video

6. Evgeniy Slozhenikin; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Student

From Plato's χώρα through Aristotle's τόπος to the sfumato Leonardo.

Workshop 10: “Rhetorics and Platonism in Late Antiquity”
26 June 202010:30-14:30
Link to Zoom conference: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/4246677294
Moderators: Tatiana Litvin, Igor Khmara

1. Tatiana Litvin, CSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Dean of Faculty

On the order of the soul: a rhetorical narrative in the cosmologies of late antiquity

2. Anna Stepanova, DSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Professor

Image of rhetoric in Hellenism and late Antiquity (Stoics, Sceptics and Middle Academy)

3. Alexey Bogomolov, CSc in Philosophy; Kozma Minin Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University — Minin University (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia), Associate Professor

Plato's doctrine of non-being. On the problem of reconstruction of historical and philosophical foundations

4. Maria Varlamova, CSc in Philosophy; Saint-Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Research Fellow; RAS Institute of Philosophy (Moscow, Russia), Associate Research Fellow

Soul as a form of body in Alexander of Aphrodisias

5. Elena Sobolnikova, CSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor; Leningrad State University named after A.S. Pushkin (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor; North-Western State Medical University named after I. I. Mechnikov (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor

The ideas of Plato's Parmenides in Christian mysticism

6. Vyacheslav Minak; Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Student

Rhetorical elements of Neoplatonic commentaries

Workshop 11: “Platonic Tradition in the History of Russian Philosophy”
26 June 202011:15-14:30
Link to Zoom conference: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/6856286267
Moderator: Igor Evlampiev

1. Dmitry Biriukov, DSc in Philosophy; Institute of Philosophy and Law of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (Novosibirsk, Russia), Associate Research Fellow; National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia), Associate Research Fellow

Does the Byzantine-Slavic world prefer Platonism? A Research of Sources and Context of Ivan Kireyevsky’s Narrative about Byzantium   ·   Recorded Video

2. Anna Shiyan, CSc in Philosophy; Russian State University for Humanities (Moscow, Russia), associate professor; National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia), Major Research Fellow

An appeal to Plato as a way of justifying philosophy by Gustav Shpet

3. Ksenia Goncharova; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), MA student

Pavel Florensky’s interpretation of Platonism

4. Sergey Ryapolov; Shuya Branch of Ivanovo State University (Shuya, Russia), Postgraduate

Platonism in the philosophical anthropology and psychology of Archimandrite Theophan (Avsenev)

5. Gleb Likhachev; Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Kaliningrad , Russia), MA or MSc

Plato in the philosophical reflection of Lev Shestov    ·   Recorded Video

6. Raisa Shchekotova, CSc in Philosophy, Associate Professor, Associate Professor

Influance of Plato's philosophy in Chicherin's Universalism

7. Tinatin Merabovna Do Egito; Orthodox St. Tikhon University for Humanities (Moscow, Russia), master of religious studies

The Trickster archetype in Platonism and in Russian folklore

8. Dmitry Biriukov, DSc in Philosophy; Sociological institute of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg, Russia), Leading Researcher; National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia), Research Fellow

Sophiological and non-sophiological Palamism in the communication between Sergei Bulgakov and Georgy Florovsky in the 1920s

Closing Plenary Session
26 June 202015:00-17:00
Link to Zoom conference: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5182542846
Moderator: Irina Protopopova

1. Daniil Dorofeev, DSc in Philosophy, Professor; St Petersburg Mining University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Professor

Rhetoric of the Image: Plato in medieval Orthodox painting   ·   Recorded Video

2. Sergey Avanesov, DSc in Philosophy, Professor; Yaroslav-the-Wise Novgorod State University (Veliky Novgorod, Russia), Head of Chair

Parmenides Autobiographical Rhetoric   ·   Recorded Video

3. Aleksey Panteleev, CSc in History, Associate Professor; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Associate Professor

Oksana Kulishova, DSc in History, Associate Professor; St Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Professor

Christian Martyrs in the World of the Second Sophistic: Rhetoric and Performative Practices   ·   Recorded Video

Universum of Platonic Thought: Plato and Rhetoric

Taras Shiyan, CSc in Philosophy; Foundation for Humanities (Moscow, Russia), Major Research Fellow

The concept of division of labor as the basis of thinking and argumentation in Plato's "Politeia"

In the dialogue “Politeia”, through the mouth of Socrates, Plato begins to construct a just state with economic argumentation about the inevitability for the existence of a society and of a state to divide labor efforts between people. It is the idea of the division of labor that serves as the “logic” within which Plato takes his first steps in describing the structure of the just state and argues the need to allocate warriors (guards) as a special professional group.

Keywords: Plato; Plato's dialogue "Politeia"; division of labor

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