PhD, Doctor of Sciences in Philosophy, Professor
Ruslan Loshakov
  • History of philosophy, Phenomenology
Research interests
  • Free University (Latvia)
Primary academic affiliation
  • Since 2021 Professor at the Free University (Latvia)

  • 2016-2018 Researcher at the Uppsala University, Institute of Russian and Eurasian Studies

  • 2011 - 2014 Professor at the Murmansk State University for the Humanities, Russia

  • 2008 -2011 Professor at the Northern (Arctic) Federal University, Russia
  • 2008 Diploma of Doctor of Sciences in Philosophy. Faculty of Philosophy, the St- Petersburg University

  • 1995 Diploma of DEA in Philosophy. Faculty of Philosophy, the Strasbourg II University

  • 1994 Diploma of Ph.D. in Philosophy. Faculty of Philosophy, the St-Petersburg University

  • 1989 Diploma in History and Law. Faculty of History, the Arkhangelsk University
  • Difference and Identity in the Greek and Medieval Ontology. St-Petersburg, 2007

  • The relation between the Reason and the Faith in the ontology of Modernity (Descartes – St. Augustin – Pascal). Arkhangelsk, 1999

  • Mikhail Bakhtin’s First Philosophy // Philosophy in the Border Zone, Orkana Akademisk, 2015

  • The sense as the event of language // The human being in the European philosophy // Institute of Philosophy of Russian Academy of Sciences, 2015

  • Intentionality as an Event // Philosophy, Language, Culture. St-Petersburg, Aleteia, 2013

  • Kant’s a priori as an eschatological reality //Messenger of Russian-Christian Academy, St-Petersburg, 10, 2, 2009

  • Phenomenon and symbol //Messenger of Russian-Christian Academy, StPetersburg, 2006, № 6
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