CFP: Revolution and Evolution: Models of Change in Science, Culture and Society
Submission deadline: February 17, 2019
November 29, 2019 - December 1, 2019
Department of Philosophy, National Research Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
National Research Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, together with RAS Institute of Philosophy, Russian Society for History and Philosophy of Science and Kozma Minin Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University, invites you to participate in the Second All-Russian (with an international participation) Scientific Conference “Revolution and Evolution: Models of Change in Science, Culture and Society” (29 November – 1 December, 2019).
Current dynamics of our time highlights a renewed philosophical interpretation of the phenomenon of revolution in its most diverse dimensions – social, cultural, scientific, technological, and anthropological. In the context of the dynamically changing outlines of contemporary world, it is the analysis of the revolutionary development model that is becoming the key to understanding current trends and phenomena. A revolution might be contrasted to an evolution as an opposing model of changes in science, culture, and society. A choice between them or a comprehended rejection of this alternative facilitates both elucidating the current state of social existence and delineating further ways of its development.
We invite philosophers, scientists and scholars, undergraduate and postgraduate students interested in the history, current state, perspectives, and new opportunities of development for science, society, and culture. The Conference proceedings will be indexed in the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI; Russian: РИНЦ). Extended versions of the best papers will be published in leading peer-reviewed academic journals.
The Conference Organizing Committee welcomes an active cooperation in the organization of sections, round tables, presentation of books and journals on the subject of the conference. Proposals are accepted at the conference e-mail: email@example.com.
We are planning the following sessions:
Session 1. The Philosophy of Science: A Historical Perspective and Futurological Projections
Chair: Aleksander Dorozhkin
Session Secretary: Svetlana Shibarshina
Session 2. Innovative Development and the Prospects for Humanity.
Chair: Vladimir Kutyrev
Session Secretary: Dmitriy Shatalov-Davydov
Session 3. The Philosophy of Education: Revolution and Evolution in Education.
Chairs: Aleksander Fedorov, Elena Ilaltdinova
Session Secretary: Svetlana Frolova
Session 4. The Idea of Revolution in the History of Russian Philosophy and Culture
Chair: Evgeniy Mochalov
Session Secretary: Aleksander Shirshov
Session 5. Media Reality: Techniques of Communication, Thinking, and Body
Chair: Valeriy Savchuk
Session Secretary: Konstantin Ocheretyany
Session 6. Text in the Digital Age: Aesthetics and Epistemology
Chairs: Evgeniya Samostienko, Evgeniy Proschin
Session Secretary: Aleksander Kolesnikov
Youth Symposium “Convergence of Knowledge”
Chairs: Nadezhda Astashova, Anton Konakov
Round Table Communications in Science
Chair: Svetlana Shibarshina
Within the conference, we are also planning to hold a General Meeting for the members of Russian Society for History and Philosophy of Science.
Information for conference participants and partners
The Organizing Committee may provide a limited number of participants who will make timely submissions with free accommodation in Nizhny Novgorod for the duration of the conference.
Participation in the conference includes the following forms: speaker, invited comments, session and round table discussions, publisher. We also welcome proposals for the organization of sessions, round tables, seminars and presentations within the framework of the conference.
In order to increase academic mobility, the Organizing Committee welcomes early submissions to the conference. Participants sending texts in advance will have an advantage in accommodation and payment of the registration fee.
50 Euro (normal) and 25 Euro (for students) could be paid by the conference registration. This includes the distribution of the conference proceedings, organization of coffee breaks & welcoming party, Russian visa support and a competence advice in terms of the hotel accommodation.
Payment details on request.
Paper submission guidelines
To participate in the conference, please send the title of your paper and abstract of 150-300 words to the e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
up to 17 February 2019
and until 15 March 2019 submit your paper via http://www.philosconf.unn.ru/revolyutsiya-i-evolyutsiya-2019/registratsiya/
In case your paper is co-authored, please, indicate all the authors, their affiliation and other relevant information in the online registration form. Conference paper publication is free of charge. The Organizing Committee reserves the right not to accept manuscripts that do not meet the academic standards of scholarly research and the technical requirements. The submitted abstracts will be checked for plagiarism and self-plagiarism. The proportion of the original text should not be less than 80 percent.
The Conference Organizing Committee
Ilya Teodorovich Kasavin – Head of the Department of Philosophy at Lobachevsky State University; Head of the Department of Social Epistemology at RAS Institute of Philosophy; the Organizing Committee Chair; correspondent member of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Fedorov – the rector of Kozma Minin University.
Aleksandr Mikhailovich Dorozhkin – Professor of the Department of Philosophy at Lobachevsky State University.
Elena Yurievna Ilaltdinova – Head of the Department of General and Social Pedagogy at Kozma Minin University.
Vladimir Aleksandrovich Kutyrev – Professor of the Department of Philosophy at Lobachevsky State University.
Aleksandr Igorevich Malyshev – acting Head of the Faculty of Physics at Lobachevsky State University.
Evgeniy Vladimirovich Mochalov – Head of the Department of Philosophy, Ogarev Mordovia State University.
Evgeniy Evgenievich Proschin – Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Literature at the Institute for Philology and Journalism (Lobachevsky State University).
Valeriy Vladimirovich Savchuk – Professor of the Department of Cultural Studies, Philosophy of Culture and Aesthetics; Head of the Center for Media Philosophy at the Institute of Philosophy of St. Petersburg State University.
Evgeniya Valerievna Samostienko – Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Literature at the Institute for Philology and Journalism (Lobachevsky State University).
Artem Markovich Feygelman – Assistant Professor of the Department of Philosophy at Lobachevsky State University; the Organizing Committee Secretary.
The Conference Program Commitee
Vladimir Nikolaevich Chuvildeev – Head of Physico-Technical Research Institute of Lobachevsky State University; the Program Committee Chair.
Valentin Aleksandrovich Bazhanov – Head of Department of Philosophy, Ulyanovsk State University.
Igor Dmitrievich Nevvazhay – Head of the Department of Philosophy at Saratov State Academy of Law.
Aleksandr Leonidovich Nikiforov – Principal Research Fellow of the Department of Social Epistemology at RAS Institute of Philosophy.
Vladimir Natanovich Porus – Head of School of Philosophy at Faculty of Humanities at National Research University Higher School of Economics.
Boris Isaevich Pruzhinin – Professor of School of Philosophy at Faculty of Humanities at National Research University Higher School of Economics. Chief Editor of the journal “Voprosy filosofii”.
Andrey Vadimovich Smirnov – Director of RAS Institute of Philosophy, Full Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Steve Fuller – Professor of the Department of Sociology at the University of Warwick (United Kingdom).
Lada Vladimirovna Shipovalova – Head of the Department of Philosophy of Science and Technology at the Institute of Philosophy of St. Petersburg State University.
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