PhD in philosophy
Arseniy Kumankov
  • Ethics of war and peace, political and social theory and philosophy, Russian military policy
Research interests
  • Research Scholar, Department of Politics, Princeton University
Primary academic affiliation
  • 2022 - Present Princeton University, Department of Politics, Research Scholar

  • 2021 - Present The New Literary Observer publishing house (NLO), book series and journal editor

  • 2015 - Present Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences, MA program "Political Philosophy", Lecturer

  • 2013-2022 HSE University, Faculty of Humanities, Associate Professor, Deputy Dean for Research
  • 2004-2013 HSE University, bachelor and master degree in philosophy, PhD
  • War in the 21 Century. Moscow: HSE Publishing House. 2020. (Voĭ na v XXI veke, Russian).

  • War. In Thrall to Violence. Saint Petersburg: EUSP Press. 2019. (Voĭ na, ili, V plenu nasiliia, Russian).

  • Modern Classics of Just War Theory. Saint Petersburg: Aleteia. 2019. (Sovremennye klassiki teorii spravedlivoĭ voĭ ny, Russian)

  • Nazism, Genocide and the Threat of The Global West. Russian Moral Justification of War in Ukraine // Etikk i praksis - Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics. 2023. (English).

  • Terror War: Complicity and Responsibility // Ethics in Counter-Terrorism. Vol. 4. The 4th Volume of EuroISME Book Series. Brill, Nijhoff, 2018. Pp. 154-170. (English).

  • Intervening as a Moral Duty: Michael Walzer versus a Multilateralism Approach // Military Ethics and Leadership. Vol. 3. Boston, Leiden: Brill, Nijhoff, 2017. Pp. 190-204. (English)

  • Humanism as Casus Belli: Carl Schmitt’s Criticism of Just War Theory // Russian Sociological Review. 2015. Vol. 14. No. 4. P. 77-91. (English).

  • Moral Assessment of War in Russian Marxist Thought in the 1910s-1930s // Ethical Thought. 2021. Vol. 21. No. 1. Pp. 135-147. (Russian).

  • Safety, Humanism, and Barbarism: J. S. Mill on the Principle of Non-Intervention // Russian Sociological Review. 2020. VOL. 19. No. 3. Pp. 267-280 (co-authored with Daria Chaganova 80/20%). (Russian).

  • "Theology of War" in post-Soviet Russian Orthodoxy // In the book: Political Theology. Moscow: Publishing House of the Biblical-Theological Institute of St. Andrew the Apostle, 2019. Pp. 52-76. Сo-authored with Boris Knorre 30/70%. (Russian).

  • Philosophy of War: A Brief History // Logos. Vol. 29. No, 3. Pp. 99-116. (Russian).
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