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    A. A. Guseinov & V. A. Lektorsky (2009). Philosophy in Russia: History and Present State. Diogenes 56 (2-3):3-23.
    This paper sketches an historical outline of philosophy in Russia from the modern era to present time. It describes the main philosophical trends that characterized the ‘Silver Age’ in pre-revolutionary Russia (Cosmism, religious philosophy and early Marxist philosophy), and draws some lines of continuity both with Marxist and pre-Marxist philosophy. It studies the internal evolution and organization of Soviet official philosophical thought, and describes the main features the philosophical Renaissance that took place in the Soviet Union in the second half (...)
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    A. A. Guseinov (1987). The Ethics of Democritus. Russian Studies in Philosophy 26 (1):53-65.
    The interpretation of the theoretical content of the ethics of Democritus, as well as of its place in the history of ethical thought, encounters a special difficulty. Democritus' ethics, which has come down to us in fragments, the authenticity of which is still a matter of debate, is full of evident contradictions. It contains mutually exclusive judgments on questions which were the principal subject matter of the intellectual polemics in ethics in the fifth century B.C. On the one hand, Democritus (...)
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    A. A. Guseinov (1999). Faith, God, and Nonviolence in the Teachings of Lev Tolstoy. Russian Studies in Philosophy 38 (2):89-103.
    L.N. Tolstoy produced an original religious-moral doctrine that became known as Tolstoyism. It was left on the periphery of the spiritual processes in the twentieth century and, undeservedly, was forgotten. This becomes particularly obvious in the context of contemporary discussions about the dialogue of cultures and the interrelation between universalism and particularism. Tolstoy sought only the transcultural foundations of human existence. The basic questions that he examines as a thinker and wrestles with as a human being is the following: what (...)
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    A. A. Guseinov (2009). A Democracy for Russia, A Russia for Democracy. Russian Studies in Philosophy 47 (4):74-84.
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    A. A. Guseinov (2002). The Subjunctive Mood of Morality. Russian Studies in Philosophy 41 (1):5-45.
    In his time, D. Hume made an observation that essentially predetermined the nature of subsequent ethics research. "In every system of morality that I have hitherto met with, I have always remarked," he wrote in A Treatise of Human Nature, "that the author proceeds for some time in the ordinary way of reasoning, and establishes the being of a God, or makes observations concerning human affairs; when of a sudden I am surprised to find that instead of the usual copulations (...)
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    A. A. Guseinov, V. M. Mezhuev & V. S. Semenov (2005). Discussion of II Oizerman's Book Marxism and Utopianism. Russian Studies in Philosophy 44 (2):38.
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    V. I. Tolstykh, V. S. Stepin, E. Iu Solov'ev, V. Zh Kelle, A. A. Guseinov, A. I. Gel'man, F. T. Mikhailov, V. M. Mezhuev & K. Kh Momdzhian (1991). Is Marxism Dead? Materials From a Discussion. Russian Studies in Philosophy 30 (2):7-74.
    From the Editors:Such was the topic considered by members of a new discussion club, "The Free Word" [Svobodnoe slovo] , along with specialists from the Institute of Philosophy, USSR Academy of Sciences.
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    A. A. Guseinov & V. A. Lektorskii (2009). The Institute of Philosophy. Russian Studies in Philosophy 48 (1):12-25.
    This concise history of the Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences includes discussion of the main periods of its development, its research problematic, and changes that have occurred in the life and work of the institute over the past two decades.
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    A. A. Guseinov (1989). Certain Lessons From the Discussion of Party Ethics. Russian Studies in Philosophy 27 (4):81-92.
    The discussion on Party ethics in the 1920s is an undeservedly forgotten page in the intellectual history of Soviet society. The new interest in it is due not only to the reawakened thirst for complete knowledge about our past and the much sharpened interest in moral and ethical problems. Another aspect is much more important: it goes back to the sources of socioethical utilitarianism and the distortions in morals associated with it that to a certain extent are specific to socialism. (...)
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    A. A. Guseĭnov (2011). Antichnaia Etika.
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    A. A. Guseinov (1982). Ethics — the Science of Morals. Russian Studies in Philosophy 21 (2):35-43.
    V. T. Efimov's polemical remarks "Ethics and Moral Studies" pose the question of whether it is necessary to detach from philosophy what would be an independent learned discipline — moral studies, as the theory of morality. Furthermore, in his opinion, the emergence of moral studies does not mean that ethics also would become a specialized learned discipline. Ethics would be retained as the discipline studying "philosophical questions in the theory of morality.".
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