The editorial board of the journal

Editor-in-Chief of the journal “Philosophy of Education”

Editorial Board

in accordance with the nomenclature of scientific specialties

 

Branch of Science: 09.00.11 - Philosophical Sciences

 

Nalivayko Nina Vasilievna (Novosibirsk, Russia)

Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Professor of UNESCO, Leading Researcher of the Institution of Philosophy and Law of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science, Director of the Research Institute of Philosophy of Education at the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, the Editor-in-chief of the “Philosophy of Education” journal.

In 1992 she defended her doctoral dissertation “Social and gnoseological foundations of the research work” with the specialization code 09.00.11. – Social Philosophy.

She is the author of more than 300 scientific works that are published in the journals reviewed by the State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles, including 15 monographs. The monographs and textbooks published by her are successfully used in the higher education teaching process.

She is a founder and a scientific editor of the series of works “Philosophy of Education” (supplement to the journal) – 55 volumes.

She elaborated the topic “Philosophy of education, the formation and essence of its concept” in the context of the social philosophy field (09.00.11). In the present time she studies the problem of the developing tendencies of international and Russian education in the conditions of new geopolitics and globalization.

She carries out interdisciplinary research that includes theory and philosophy of politics (23.00.01: person as an object and a subject in politics; sectoral theories in the world political science development); sociology of culture, spiritual life (22.00.06: social politics in the sphere of education), sociology of management research (22.00.08), etc.

Being a member of the International Network of Philosophers of Education (INPE) and being familiar with the educational systems of many European countries she studies the topic “Philosophy of education of the East and the West – development of dialogue”. It is important that N.V. Nalivayko coordinates publishing of the special issue of the journal “Philosophy of Education” in English in Prague where the works of the specialists in Humanities and Social sciences are represented.

She is the author of more than 300 scientific works, including 15 monographs. The monographs and manuals published by her are successfully used in educational process by higher educational institutions.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Nalivayko N. V. (with coauthors) Uncertainty Principle in Education as a Socio-philosophical Problem // International Multidisciplinary Conference on Contingency in the Education, Art and Sport. – Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC. –  2017. – Р.  83-88 (WOS)

Nalivaiko N.V. (with coauthors) Philosophical level of reflection of the specifics of the development of Russian education // Philosophy of Education. – 2017. – № 1 (70). – P. 3–13.

Nalivayko N.V. (with coauthors) Globalization of education and global challenges of our time // Philosophy of Education. – 2015. – № 1 (58). – P. 26–37.

Nalivayko N.V. (with coauthors) Education and a new approach to ensuring national security // Philosophy of Education. – 2015. – № 3 (60). – P. 40–48.

Nalivayko N.V. Philosophy of Education: the formation of the concept: monogr. – Novosibirsk: SB RAS Publ., 2008. – Vol. XХIХ. – 250 p. – (Series of works: supplement the journal "Philosophy of Education").

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Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the journal “Philosophy of Education”

Pelcova Nadezda (Prague, Czech Republic)

Doctor in Philosophy, Professor, the Head of the Philosophy and Civil Education Department of the Faculty of Pedagogic of the Charles University (Prague).

Area of scientific interests - social philosophy and its specific direction - the philosophy of education (upbringing) - 09.00.11; other related and interdisciplinary areas of scientific research - the history of the philosophy of upbringing, the problems of human formation (human creativity from ancient to modern philosophers, empathy in teaching and hermeneutic philosophy, etc.). Special attention is paid to the issue of culture and the possibilities of multicultural education: the axiological dimensions of the concepts of multiculturalism, the dialogic character of multicultural education are explored.

Within the framework of the signed Cooperation Agreement with the Pedagogical Faculty of Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic), with the assistance and direct leadership of N. Pelcova, a special issue of the journal “Philosophy of Education +” is published in English with the involvement of foreign scientists and specialists in this branch of science.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Pelcová N. Výchovný rozhovor, řeč a porozumění //Jinost ve výchově a sociálních vědách. Implementace nových forem výuky. Ed. Kalábová H., Maier, M. TU Liberec 2017. ISBN 978-80-7494-346-1. Str. 11-19.

Pelcova N. Truth in education // Philosophy of education. – 2016. – № 9. – Р. 3–11.

Pelcova N. Values, evaluation and content // Philosophy of Education. – 2009. – № 4 (29). – P. 161–168.

Pelcova N. Philosophy of Humanity sciences in the conditions of Humanities crisis // Philosophy of Education. – 2007. – № 1 (18). – P. 126–138.

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Scientific secretary of the journal “Philosophy of Education”

Kosenko Tatyana Sergeevna (Novosibirsk, Russia)

Candidate of Philosophical Sciences, Docent, Deputy Director and the Researcher at the Research Institute of Philosophy of Education at the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University.

In 2009 she defended her Candidate dissertation “Social-philosophical analysis of the problems of education in modern Russia” in the specialization 09.00.11. – Social Philosophy.

She develops her own scientific area “Philosophical foundation of the modern theory of upbringing”. Her research spheres are social philosophy (09.00.11), theory and methods of upbringing (13.00.02). Her research interests are Sociology, Social Science, Informatization of Education, Culture Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences.

She participates in the preparation of the “Philosophy of Education” journal and also of the series of works (monographs, textbooks, collections) that are attachments to the journal “Philosophy of Education”.

She is an organizer and a participant of the regional, Russian, international conferences and symposiums, permanently working scientific-methodological seminars on the topic of the questions about modern specifics of the educational system development (on the basis of the Research Institute of Philosophy of Education at the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University together with the “Philosophy of Education” journal).

She is the author and the co-author of more than 100 works: articles in Russian and foreign journals including a monograph and textbooks. Her monograph and textbooks are successfully implemented in the studying process of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University. The works became laureates of the All-Russian competition for the best scientific book.

Her substantial positive experience in office work and in scientific-organizational work for the editorial board is very important.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Kosenko T. S. (with coauthors) Uncertainty Principle in Education as a Socio-philosophical Problem // International Multidisciplinary Conference on Contingency in the Education, Art and Sport. – Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC. –  2017. – Р.  83-88 (WOS)

Kosenko T.S. (with co-authors) Problems of moral education of the younger generation in the conditions of the information society // Philosophy of Education. – 2017. – № 1 (70). – P. 84–90.

Kosenko T.S. (with co-authors) The principle of uncertainty in education as a social and philosophical problem // Philosophy of Education. – 2016. – № 2 (65). – P. 122–128.

Kosenko T.S. (with co-authors) Search of the value bases of upbringing in modern Russian education // Philosophy of education. – 2015. – № 2 (59). – P. 66–76.

Kosenko T.S. On the issue of changing the role of the family in the formation of personality // Philosophy of Education. – 2014. – № 2 (53). – P. 177–187 .

Kosenko T.S., Nalivayko N.V. Introduction to Philosophy of Upbringing: social-philosophical analysis // editor S.V. Kamashev. – Novosibirsk: Publishing House of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science, 2009. – Vol. XXXVI. – 252 p. – (series of works, attachment to the journal “Philosophy of Education”.

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Begalinova Kalimash Kapsamarovna (Almata, Kazakhstan)

Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Professor of the Kazakh University of International Relations and World Languages named after Abylai Khan.

In 1999 she defended her doctoral dissertation “Sufism as a phenomenon of Muslim culture” in the specialization 09.00.06 – Religion Studies.

She is a specialist in the problems of education, philosophy and methodology of science and also in the questions of Kazakh and Russian philosophy. She is an author and co-author of many typical student programs in Philosophy, Religion Studies and other Humanities disciplines that are recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan and by the Republican Studying Methodical Center of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the textbooks for institutions and schools of the Republic of Kazakhstan. She has more than 350 research works (more than 80 textbooks and teaching-methodological books).

She is a professional in reviewing research works, and this is important in her work as a member of the editorial board of the journal “Philosophy of Education”.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Begalinova K. K. (with coauthors) On some aspects of vocational education in Kazakhstan // Professional education in the modern world. – 2017. –  V. 7. –  № 1. –  Р. 860-865. 

Begalinova K. K. (with coauthors) Uncertainty Principle in Education as a Socio-philosophical Problem // International Multidisciplinary Conference on Contingency in the Education, Art and Sport. – Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC. –  2017. – Р.  83-88 (WOS)

Begalinova K.K. (with a co-author) The principle of uncertainty in education as a social and philosophical problem // Philosophy of Education. – 2016. – № 2 (65). – P. 122–128.

Begalinova K.K. (with a co-author) Peculiarities of educational system in the conditions of globalization // Philosophy of Education. – 2015. – № 1 (58). – P. 5–14.

Begalinova K.K. Differentiation and integration of modern science as a representation of gnoseological progress // Philosophy of Education. – 2013. – № 6 (51). – P. 18–24.

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Bryzgalina Elena Vladimirovna (Moscow, Russia)

Candidate of Philosophical Sciences, Docent, the Director of the Chair of Philosophy of Education at the Department of Philosophy of M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University.

In 1994 she defended her Candidate dissertation “Problem of synthesis of the medico-biological and philosophical knowledge in the studies of individuality” in the specialization 09.00.11 – social philosophy.

She is a well-known specialist in philosophy and methodology of science. She made a significant contribution to development of Philosophy of Education: she elaborated such notions that are widely used in science as “individuality”, “genetic-environmental paradigm in the studies of human behavior”, and also a system of evaluation criteria of the teachers’ activities that allows adequately revealing qualitative characteristics of the studying-educational process conducted by them.

She is the Head of educational program “Philosophy of Education” as a part of the project “Innovative education system formation” at the M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University. She is the author and a co-author of more than 100 works on Social Philosophy including problems connected with Philosophy of Education.

Elena Vladimirovna is familiar with specifics of educational systems, purposes of the state politics in the sphere of education of China, Czech Republic, Poland, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Germany and she analyses the impact of modern processes of globalization on the theory and practice of education development, philosophy of educational management. Therefore, her activities as a reviewer of the research works including research works by foreign authors are very important for the journal.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Bryzgalina E.V. Man as the frontier of science of the present and future // Humanitarian Gazette. – 2017. – №.12 (62). – Р. 6-10.

Bryzgalina E.V. Science and education: modern trends in the globalizing world // Philosophy of Education. – 2012. – № 6 (45). – P. 11–20.

Bryzgalina E.V. Institutionalization of philosophy of education in the area of philosophical mind of the XXthcentury // Newsletter of Moscow State University. – Ser.7. Philosophy. – 2012. – № 1. – P. 41–60.

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Gryakalov Aleksei Alekseevich (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)

Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, the Head of the Department of History of Philosophy of A.I. Gertsen Russian State Pedagogical University, Member of the Russian Union of Writers, and Member of the “Social Sciences” Council.

In 1992 he defended doctoral dissertation “Structuralism in the culture of the XXth century (historical methodological aspects)”.

It is important for the journal “Philosophy of Education” that A.A. Gryakalov’s activities are connected with social philosophy, philosophy of modernity, structuralism and post-structuralism, ethics and aesthetics, philosophy of childhood and other adjacent directions of philosophy of education. He leads these directions in the journal being a reviewer of scientific works.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Gryakalov A. A. (with coauthors) The phenomenon of modernity in the space of philosophical reflection (epistemological and value aspects) // Society. Environment. Development. - 2017. – №. 3 (44). – Р. 3-7.

Gryakalov A.A. Education in the global world: value constants and trans-pedagogy // Philosophy of education. – 2013. – № 2 (47). – P. 63–73.

Gryakalov A.A. Philosophy of modernity and anthropology of event // News of A.I. Gertsen Russian State Pedagogical University” – 2005. – № 5 (10). – P. 46–58.

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  Ivanova Svetlana Veniaminovna (Moscow, Russia)

Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Correspondent Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Director of the Institute for Strategy of the Education Development of the Russian Academy of Education.

In 2007 she defended her doctoral dissertation “Techtologic-humanistic foundations of educational process (philosophical-methodological analysis)”.

It is important for the journal that S.V. Ivanova has given a valuable contribution to solving the problems of philosophy of education, particularly, to the philosophical methodological conception of techtologic-humanistic foundations of educational process. She considers education as a foundation for Human progress proving that realization of pedagogical processes in the conditions of humanizing the educational processes can be realized only on philosophical-methodological foundations where many factors should be taken into account such as social-economic and cultural peculiarities of the society. She has paid special attention to the questions of education development on the Post-Soviet area, making decisions in education in the system of teaching and labor market, geopolitical aspects of educational area formation. She coordinates scientific-organizational activities on regular organization of web-seminars, round tables and conferences with the regions of Russia on the contemporary problems of pedagogy and philosophy of education.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Ivanova S. V. (with coauthors) Postmodern ideas' influence on education (illustrated by the USA experience) // The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences (EpSBS). – 2017. – Р. 339-355.

Ivanova S. V. (with coauthors) Education quality in the postindustrial society // The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences (EpSBS). – 2017. – Р. 356-364.

Ivanova S.V. (with a co-author) Profile education: socialization and adaptation. – Moscow: Academia. – APKi PRO, 2006. – 56 p.

Ivanova S.V. Education in organizational-humanistic dimension. – Moscow: RUOF, 2007. – 240 p.

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Korolkov Aleksandr Arkadyevich (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)

Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Education, the Head of the Chair of Philosophical and Psychological Anthropology of the A.I. Herzen Russian State Pedagogical University.

He is a well-known specialist in the questions of history of Russian philosophy of education and traditions of Russian spiritual culture. He has been given a prize from the President of the Russian Federation in the area of educational problems.

A.A. Korolkov strives to reveal the modern meaning and prophetic power of the philosophers' thoughts for criticism of egalitarian progress and mass culture, theories of the decline of European culture, for the analysis of Russian trials by socialism and atheism. In the "Novel of Non-Being", Korolkov presented an artistic and philosophical narrative about the fate of the Russian intelligentsia in exile. A colossal contribution to the development of human problems is the development by the academician of the philosophical foundations of the theory of norms. Developing the normology as a field of knowledge about the optimal development of man, the scientist comprehends the advantages and limitations of understanding the norm as the average and ideal variants, examines the dialectics of the interaction of norm and pathology, the role of anomalies in the evolution of norms.

The professionalism of the academician, his supervision of the  journal’s activities, is an invaluable support for the scientific journal Philosophy of Education.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Korolkov A. A. (with coauthors). The positivist philosophy of science: the evolution of the subject and concepts // Society. Environment. Development. – 2017. – №. 1 (42). – Р. 25-32.

 

Korolkov A.A. The origins of pedagogical antropology in ancient paideia // Philosophy of Education. – 2016. – № 4 (67). – P. 3–12.

Korolkov A.A. Spiritual enlightenment as innovative direction of modern education // Philosophy of Education. – 2009. – № 4 (29). – P. 196–203.

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Mayer Boris Olegovich (Novosibirsk, Russia)

Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Pro-rector of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University for the scientific work, UNESCO Professor.

In 2006 he defended his doctoral dissertation “Epistemological aspects of philosophy of education”, specialization 09.00.11 – social philosophy.

His spheres of interests include epistemology of philosophy of education.

He is the author of more than 100 published works that includes 9 author certificates, patents and applications for international patents.

He is a coordinator of the direction 09.00.01 in the journal and is a reviewer of the scientific works on the problems of the epistemology of social philosophy and the philosophy of education.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Mayer B. O. (with coauthors) Еducation for sustainable development: global and regional aspects // Bulletin of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University. – 2016. – No. 3 (31). – Р. 50-59. (SCOPUS)

Mayer B.O. On the models of sustainable society development in the context of globalization // Philosophy of Education. – 2012. – № 6 (45). – P. 33–37.

Mayer B.O. Education in the conditions of global changes: methodological function of philosophy of education // Philosophy of Education. – 2012. – № 6 (45). – P. 117–123.

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Mendonça Samuel (Brazil)

PhD in Philosophy of Education, Professor in postgraduate education and jurisprudence, coordinator of the post-graduate program of education (master's program and doctoral studies), head of the research group on politics and the basics of education, member of the research group "Law in the Globalized World" (National Research Council) of the Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas.

He is the secretary of the Brazilian Society for Philosophy of Education (2016-2018) and a member of several international societies of philosophy of education: PES - Community of Philosophy of Education, INPE - International Network of Philosophers of Education and ALFE - Latin American Association of Philosophy of Education.

In the journal “Philosophy of Education” he oversees work with foreign authors. He is an expert and reviewer of articles by foreign authors, specialists in the field of philosophy of education.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

MendonçaSamuel, Assis Ana Elisa Spaolonzi Queiroz. Non-dogmatic teaching of philosophy: discussion topics for teaching practice // Philosophy of Education. – 2017. – No. 73. –Vol. 4. – Р. 70-85.

Mendonça Samuel (with a co-author) The concepts of autonomy in Kant and Jacques Rancière from the point of view of Gert Biesta // Philosophy of education. – 2011. – № 4. – P. 90–99.

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Panarin Vladimir Ivanovich (Novosibirsk, Russia)

Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Deputy-Director of the Institute for Additional Professional Education for Improving Qualification of the Managers and Specialists with high professional education at Novosibirsk State Agrarian University.

In 2009 he defended his doctoral dissertation “Global and regional tendencies of Russian education development (social-philosophical analysis)” with the specialization code 09.00.11 – Social Philosophy.

Analysis of modern educational politics (including international practice) is his main contribution to the problems of education solution. Subsequently, he develops the idea that it would be impossible to receive necessary support for social transformations and progressive reforms without including philosophical vision of Russian society perspectives into general political doctrine of gradual reforms of Russia.

He coordinates questions connected with the specifics of development of modern educational politics being a reviewer of the scientific works in this direction.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Panarin V.I. (with coauthors). Humanitarian culture as a condition for the transformation of education // Professional education in the modern world. – 2016. – Vоl. 6. – No. 1. – P. 34-39.

Panarin V.I. (with a co-author) Theoretical methodological analysis of modern educational politics of Russia / Responsible Editor A.K. Chernenko. – Novosibirsk: Publishing House of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science, 2009. – V. XXV. – 225 p. – (series of works, supplement  to the journal “Philosophy of Education”.

Panarin V.I. Russian education reformation in the context of its modernization // Philosophy of Education. – 2006. – № 2 (16). – P. 88–94.

Panarin V.I. Education in the market conditions // Philosophy of education. – 2008. – № 3 (24). – P. 196–201.

Panarin V.I. About specifics of Russian education development // Philosophy of Education. – 2009. – № 2 (27). – P. 16–23.

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Pfanenshtil Ivan Alekseyevich (Krasnoyarsk, Russia)

Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, the Head of the Chair of Global Studies and Geopolitics of the Siberian Federal University.

In 2006 he defended his doctoral dissertation “Modern processes of globalization in the system of the main scientific projects: social philosophical analysis” with the code of specialization 09.00.11 – social philosophy.

He is a well-known specialist in social philosophical analysis of modern globalization processes in a system of the main scientific projects. He elaborated a problem of cognitive strategy of social philosophy for revealing reasons and possibilities for overcoming destroying tendencies of globalization. He coordinates this direction in the journal and elaborates new ideas of Russian philosophy that are connected with a unity of education and upbringing processes.

He is one of the leading experts in the “Philosophy of Education” journal with respect to the publications dedicated to the problems of education and also to the perspectives of global education.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Pfanenshtil I.A. (with a co-author ) Discussion about the historical path of Russia and its reflection in educational knowledge // Philosophy of Education. – 2017. – № 1 (70). – P. 13–23.

Pfanenshtil I.A. (with a co-author) Social-philosophical aspects of engineering education in the context of information culture // Philosophy of Education. – 2015. – № 2 (59). – P. 77–84.

Pfanenshtil I.A. (with a co-author) Global world as a united axiological system: problems and perspectives // Philosophy of Education. – 2015. – № 2 (59). – P. 77–84.

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Rybakov Nikolai Sergeevich (Pskov, Russia)

Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, the Head of the Chair of Philosophy of the Pskov State University.

In 1994 he defended his doctoral dissertation “Fact. Being. Cognition”.

He made an important contribution to the development of the “cognition” discipline: he offered a parametric model of education according to which education is the person’s entering the world, achieving the meaning of being, spiritual awakening and getting person’s own model.

It is important for the journal that Nikolai Sergeyevich elaborates a world perception theory focusing on micro- and macro-levels, proves fundamental principle of axiology, and differentiates sense, meaning and value. His articles help young teachers to reach a higher level of generalization (he uses his personal pedagogical work experience in the schools and institutes of different levels and also psychological pedagogical analysis in his work with young researchers).

He is one of the leading experts of the articles dedicated to the problems of fundamental principles of axiology in the journal “Philosophy of Education”.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Rybakov N.S. Fact as a simulacrum // Philosophy in the modern world. – 2017. – Р. 113-122.

Rybakov N.S. Metaphysics of education in the information era // Philosophy of education. – 2009. – № 4 (29). – P. 10–19.

Rybakov N.S. About transformation of world perception // Law security work in Pskov region: History and Modernity: materials of scientific-practical conference. – 2009. – № 4 (29). – P. 9–10.

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Smolin Oleg Nikolayevich (Moscow, Russia)

Academician of the Russian Academy of Education, Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor of the Chair of Philosophy of the Omsk State Pedagogical University, First Vice President of the State Duma Committee of Education of the Russian Federation.

In 2001 he defended his doctoral dissertation “Social Philosophical Aspects of Governmental Educational Politics in conditions of radical transformation of Russian society”.

O.N. Smolin is well known in Russian and international scientific circles and in educational society: he productively studies social-philosophical, philosophical, legal and political-sociological problems of culture, education, educational politics and educational law. The results of his research work are reflected in scientific and scientific-publicity works. The total number of his publications is more than 900. He realized systemic analysis of social economic, pedagogical aspects of state educational politics, and also law making process in the sphere of education.

His scientific work is inseparably connected with big practical work in the sphere of educational law making. He is a coauthor of the most important laws and law projects that concern education.

O.N. Smolin carries out much consulting activity and actively works with the editorial board of the journal “Philosophy of Education” on different organizational questions. He is an expert on various publications in various directions: 09.00.00 - philosophy and 13.00.00 – pedagogic.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Smolin O. N. "Kudrinomics minus"? Or again about the new model of socio-economic development of Russia. - H. I Philosophical Sciences. – 2017. – № 2. – Р. 7-18.

Smolin O.N. Strategy of the government, or artificial "Maydan"? Option: "Big leap" ... back! // Philosophy of Education. – 2015. – № 5 (62). – P. 3–10.

Smolin O.N. Russian education: AКМ – 9.9 // Philosophy of education. – 2009. – № 1 (26). – P. 3–5.

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Stepin Vyacheslav Semyonovich (Moscow, Russia)

Academician of the Russian Academy of Science, Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Vice Academic Secretary of the Russian Academy of Science Division, the Chief Research Member of the Institute of Philosophy of Russian Academy of Science, the Head of the Chair of Philosophical Anthropology of M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University.

He is a well-known Russian and International specialist in the sphere of philosophy of science.

Scientific interests: theory of cognition, philosophy and methodology of science, history of science, anthropology and philosophy of culture.

He is the author of 30 monographic research and student books, more than 700 scientific publications and sections in collective monographs.

Conception of structure and genesis of scientific theory that reveals the structure of science foundations and shows its interconnection with theories and experience is the most important for the journal “Philosophy of Education” among the most elaborated topical concepts.

His research of functions of world perception universals of culture and ideas of interrelations between universals of culture and philosophical categories are also his priceless contribution to the journal.

Academician’s works are an example of deep scientific thought, systemic and complex analysis of the most urgent scientific problems, ethics and aesthetics of scientific work for the researchers and the authors of the journal “Philosophy of Education”. The researcher is open not only for a scientific dialogue but also for scientific organizational communication and the journal’s problems discussion helping with the wise and useful advice and consultancies.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Stepin V.S. (co-authored) The philosophy of managing complexity in the context of the convergence of socio-humanitarian and natural-science knowledge. // Philosophy of science and technology. – 2017. – Vоl. 22. – № 1. – P. 5-29.

Stepin V.S. Civilization and culture. – Saint-Petersburg: Saint Petersburg State University of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 2011. – 408 p.

Stepin V.S. Philosophy of Science. – Moscow: Gardariki, 2006. – 384 p.

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Ushakova Elena Vladimirovna (Barnaul, Russia)

Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Professor of the Altai State Medical University.

In 1999 she defended doctoral dissertation “Systemic philosophical content of modern scientific worldview (methodological aspect of the world perception)”, specialization 09.00.01 – ontology and theory of cognition.

She has enormous experience in the system of education that she uses both in her publications and in her reviews of the other authors’ articles. She has several scientific methodic works on Humanities and on philosophical questions of Natural Sciences, science, scientific worldview, and therefore she can professionally review the works of these profiles.

Her works that are focused on integration of knowledge, systemic-philosophical worldview, and implementation of dialectics of holism and partials principles in education are the most important for the journal “Philosophy of Education”. It helps us to use her experience of the researcher for general systemic-dialectic analysis of education as a sphere of society, sphere of scientific-practical work, spiritual growth of personality in society.

She has more than 330 scientific and student-methodical works.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

 Ushakova E.V. (with co-authors) Anthropological turn in socio-cultural knowledge and philosophy of education // Philosophy of Education. – 2017. – № 3 (72). – P. 28–37.

Ushakova E.V. (with co-authors) Education of the XXI century in the conditions of the influence of polar civilizations // Philosophy of Education. – 2016. – № 5 (68). – P. 31–40.

Ushakova E.V. (with co-authors) Formation of philosophical outlook of students in modern education // Philosophy of Education. – 2015. – № 5 (62). – P. 101–112.

Ushakova E.V. Systemic philosophy and systemic philosophical scientific worldview on the threshold of the third millennium: monograph. – Barnaul: ASU Publishing House, 1998. – 260 p.

Ushakova E.V. Education and science in the society of the XXI-st century // Philosophy of Education. – 2013. – № 6 (51). – P. 42–51.

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Hogenova Anna (Prague, Czech Republic)

Doctor in Philosophy, Professor of the Chair of Philosophy and Civil Education of the Department of Pedagogy of Charles University (Prague).

The topic of scientific research is Philosophy of Education (09.00.11): a topical direction of Philosophy of Education is now the meaning of sports and its philosophical analysis. As a part of philosophy of sports, such questions as phenomenological notion of connection between the body and the world (through phenomenology of internal time perception) are analyzed.

A. Hogenova reviews articles on the relevant profile of specialization in the editorial board of the journal Philosophy of Education, as well as in the publication of a special journal in English "Philosophy of education +" with the involvement of foreign authors.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Hogenova Anna. Why are experiences so important for our time? // Philosophy of education+  – 2017. №1. – Р. 43-49.

Hogenova A. Time and dasein // Philosophy of education. – 2016. – № 9. – Р. 59–64.

Hogenova A. Body and speech // Philosophy of Education. – 2011. – № 3 (36). – P. 133-134.

Etc.

Tselishchev Vitaly Valentinovich (Novosibirsk, Russia)

Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Leading Researcher of the Institute of Philosophy and Law of Siberian Division of the Russian Academy of Science.

In 1974 he defended his doctoral dissertation "Critical analysis of modern ideas about the nature of logical truth".

His sphere of scientific interests includes: logics and methodology of science, particularly: philosophy of logics, epistemology of mathematics, non-traditional languages of logics. The most important ideas are the united approach to epistemic and alethic modalities.

The tremendous value of the work in the editorial board "Philosophy of Education" is connected with the professionalism of the scientist in the field of the methodology of science, which makes his contribution to the activity of leading the Expert Council of the journal "Philosophy of Education" invaluable. A great role is played by Vitaly Valentinovich's knowledge of foreign languages (his brilliant translations of works by contemporary Western philosophers are known), which is used when working with foreign colleagues. Foreign sources allow to adequately assess the results of reforming the domestic education system. Articles of V. V. Tselishchev are devoted to methodological support of the education and upbringing process, allow young scientists and teachers to form a high level of methodological literacy.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

 Tselishchev V. V. If-logic in the system of mathematical theorizing // Philosophy of Science. – 2017. – № 1 (72). – Р. 18-29.

Tselischev V.V. The problem of semantic redundancy and the definiteness of the continuum hypothesis in the theories of sets of the first and second order // Philosophy of Education. – 2016. – № 6 (69). – P. 9–19.

Tselischev V.V. Mathematics, Rationalism and Culture // Philosophy of education. – 2013. – № 6 (51). – P. 4–17.

Tselischev V.V. Epistemological and social values in science // Philosophy of Education. – 2013. – № 1 (46). – P. 149–156.

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Chumakov Aleksandr Nikolayevich (Moscow, Russia)

Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, the Head of the Chair of Philosophy of Financial University of the Government of the Russian Federation, First Vice-President of the Russian Philosophical Society.

In 1991 he defended his doctoral thesis "Socio-philosophical aspects of global problems".

He is a specialist in the spheres of social philosophy, philosophy of globalization, and social ecology. He substantiates his views on global studies as a unique sphere of scientific, philosophical, and culturological research that are directed to theoretical and practical solution of global contradictions of the modernity. He is an expert of publications on this topic.

A.N. Chumakov’s knowledge of foreign languages is important for translation of foreign authors’ works. Foreign resources help to analyze the results of Russian educational system reforms according to the Bologna agreement.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Chumakov A.N., Stychinsky M.S. Cultural-civilizational dialogue and its possibilities in the conditions of a global world // Age of globalization. – 2018. – № 1 (25). – Р. 3-14.

Chumakov A.N. Philosophy of global problems. – Moscow: Knowledge, 1994. – 159 p.

Chumakov A.N. About philosophy and philosophical society in Russia // Questions of Philosophy. – 1997. – № 5.

Etc.

Branch of science: 13.00.00 - pedagogical sciences

Andrienko Elena Vasilievna (Novosibirsk, Russia)

(from 01/01/2018)

Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Chair of Pedagogy and Psychology of the Institute of Physico-Mathematical and Information-Economic Education of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University

In 2002 she defended her doctoral thesis "Psychological and pedagogical foundations of the formation of professional maturity of a teacher" in the specialty 13.00.08 - the theory and methodology of vocational education. Research interests: pedagogy and psychology of higher education, adult education; professional self-actualization and pedagogical professionalism; social psychology in education; topical problems of comparative education. She is the author of textbooks, study guides, monographs, teaching materials, articles on the psychological and pedagogical problems of modern education (more than 180 works). She supervises postgraduate studies (specialties: 13.00.08; 13.00.01).

Selected publications related to the activity of the journal "Philosophy of Education":

Andrienko E.V. The development of pedagogical education as a condition for the training of modern teachers // Pedagogical education and science. - 2017. - № 2. - p. 19-22.

Andrienko E.V. Education values in different countries: traditions and innovations as factors of development // Bulletin of pedagogical innovations. - 2018. - № 1 (49). - p. 17-22.

Etc.

Gerasyov Aleksei Dmitriyevich (Novosibirsk, Russia)

Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor, the Rector of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University.

In 2005 he defended doctoral dissertation “Analysis of mechanism of zeolite action in Shivyrtuyskiy minefield on the water-salt exchange and kidneys’ function”.

He is the author of 100 scientific and scientific-methodological works, a specialist in the area of institutes organization and management.

A.D. Gerasyov’s experience as an organizer and a manager of the modern system of education is important for the journal: he is a member of the Social council for education that is a part of the Ministry of Education, Science and Innovative politics of Novosibirsk region, the Head of the Council of pedagogical institutes in Siberia. He has been honored by the title “Honored Worker for the High Professional Education”; many times he has been awarded honored acknowledgements from the President of the Russian Federation, Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Siberian Federal District, State of the Siberian region, etc.

The following topics are included in the sphere of his interests: managing education in the crisis periods; ecological physiology; scientific methodological aspects of the specialists in the system of high professional education preparation. This direction is one of the “core” in the journal, therefore, A.D. Gerasyov’s professionalism and his supervision of the journal’s activities is a priceless support for the academic journal.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Gerasyov A.D. Professional staff for a new economy // Philosophy of Education. – 2016. – № 5 (68). – P. 3–16.

Gerasyov A.D. Philosophy of systemic management over education in the crisis period: the main principles // Philosophy of education. – 2009. – № 4 (29). – P. 3–10.

Etc.

Zhafyarov Akryam Zhafyarovich (Novosibirsk, Russia)

Correspondent Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Doctor of Physical-Mathematical Sciences, Professor, Honored Worker of the High Professional Education.

He is the author and a co-author of more than 260 scientific and student-methodical works.

He is one of the developers of profile education and distance system of education. His works have been published in the USA, Germany, Chinese Peoples Republic and other countries, he often delivers lectures in other countries.

It is valuable for the journal that A.Zh. Zhafyarov has deeply studied the problems of students’ individual talents and questions about profile and distance teaching technologies, competency-based approach in education.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Zhafyarov A. Zh. Implementation of the technology of introducing a competence-based approach in the school course of mathematics // Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University. – 2017. – No. 2. – P.71-84 (Scopus)

Zhafyarov A.Zh. (with a co-author) New standards of Master Degree Program (pedagogical direction) in terms of competencies // Philosophy of Education. – 2016. – № 2 (65). – P. 165–173.

Zhafyarov A.Zh. Methodology of studying teaching-didactic units on the competency basis // Philosophy of Education. – 2014. – № 2 (53). – P. 237–246.

Zhafyarov A.Zh. Philosophical contradictions in the interpretations of the notions of “competence” and “competency” // Philosophy of Education. – 2012. – № 1 (40). – P. 163–168.

Etc.

Romm Tatyana Aleksandrovna (Novosibirsk, Russia)

(from 01/01/2018)

Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Docent, Head of the Chair of Pedagogy and Psychology of the Institute of History, Humanities, Social Education of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University

In 2008 she defended her doctoral thesis "Historical and methodological analysis of the formation and development of theoretical ideas about social education" in the specialty 13.00.01 - General pedagogy, history of pedagogy and education.

Research interests - the fundamental problems of education; theory, history and methods of pedagogy, subject areas of pedagogy (social pedagogy, theory of education); research on the problems of pedagogical professionalism, social development and social education (social development in public youth associations; social development of adolescents in children's public associations; formation of the foundations of ethno-cultural competence, etc.).

She supervises and guides pedagogical direction in the journal.

Selected publications related to the activity of the journal "Philosophy of Education":

Romm T. A. Horizons and boundaries of upbringing // Domestic and foreign pedagogy. – 2017. – Vol. 2. – № 1 (36). – Р. 75-82.

Romm, T. A. Upbringing: Agenda for Tomorrow // Issues of upbringing. – 2015. – № 1. – Р. 78-85.

Romm T. A. Social upbringing - the concept of pedagogy // Conceptual apparatus of pedagogy and education: a collective monograph / ed. E. V. Tkachenko, M. A. Galaguzova. – Vol. 8. – Ekaterinburg, 2015. – Р. 310-322.

Etc.

Ryapisov Nikolai Aleksandrovich (Novosibirsk, Russia)

Doctor in Economics, Pro-rector for Academic Work of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, Outstanding Educator, Honored Worker of High School of the Russian Federation.

In 2007 he defended his doctoral dissertation “Elaboration of mechanism of competence evaluation in the system of education management for raising quality of educational service”, specialization 08.00.05 – Economics and management of national economy (economics, organization and management of companies, branches of industry, complexes – sphere of service).

Directions of scientific research: pedagogy of higher education, economics of education. He elaborated a mechanism that helps evaluating competence in the system of education management for raising educational service quality.

He is the author of more than 100 works on the problems of general and professional pedagogic education including 4 monographs, 15 textbooks.

He is one of the leading experts of the publications that are dedicated to the problems of pedagogic of higher education and economics of education in the “Philosophy of education” journal.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Ryapisov N. A., Ryapisova A. G. Monitoring of the effectiveness of inclusive practice // Bulletin of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University. – 2016. – № 1. - Р. 7-22 (Scopus)

Ryapisov N.A. (with a co-author) Foundations of pedagogic communication: student methodological book. – Novosibirsk: Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University Publishing House, 2004.

Ryapisov N.A. (with a co-author) Evaluation of the results of teaching in modern social economic conditions // Checking knowledge and needs of economics. – Novosibirsk: Autonomic Non-commercial organization “The editors of the journal “ECO” ”, 2005. – P. 128–155.

Etc.

Sabau Isabelle (USA)

Adjunct professor in the School of Arts of the North Illinois University, PH.D. in Pedagogics, a member of the International Network of Philosophers of Education.

She specializes in the questions of applying computers in education. The results of her research are used in INPE work, American Romanian Academy of Arts and Science, American Association of applying computers in education, Association of the modern language in Rocky Mountains, American Association of adults and non-stop education.

She coordinates the work with the foreign authors in the journal. She is an expert and a reviewer of the articles by foreign authors and specialists in the sphere of philosophy of education.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Isabelle Sabau, Carmen Sabau. Dialogue and Critical Thinking Online // in the Proceedings of the 40 th Annual American Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences Congress, July 28-31, 2016, Montreal, Canada

Sabau I. Necessary skills for distance learning // Philosophy of education. – 2007. – № 1 (18). – P. 119–125.

Sabau I. Internet Learning and multitasking // Philosophy of education. – 2013. – № 6. – Р. 3–8.

Etc.

Turbovskoi Yakov Semyonovich (Moscow, Russia)

Academician of the Academy of Pedagogic and Social Sciences, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, the Head of the laboratory “Philosophy of Education” of the Institute for Strategy and Theory of Education of the Russian Academy of Education.

His spheres of scientific research that correspond to the journal’s interests are technologies of pedagogic purpose-making and conceptual approaches to systemic analysis of interaction between pedagogic science and philosophy of education, forecasting the development of the Russian educational system. He is the author of pedagogic purpose-making theory and technology.

He coordinates and manages the pedagogic direction in the journal “Philosophy of education”.

Selected publications that are connected with the activities of the “Philosophy of Education” journal:

Turbovskoy Ya. S.  XXI century: what higher education should be // Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Education. – 2017. – № 2 (42). – Р. 51-59.

Turbovskoy Ya. S. Lenin: the Teacher's View // Philosophy of Education. – 2016. – № 1 (64). – P. 102––112.

Turbovskoi Ya.S. Fundamental bases of professional education in the conditions of globalization // Philosophy of education. – 2014. – № 6 (57). – P. 29–43.

Turbovskoi Ya.S. Metamorphosis of science as a threat to the state security // Philosophy of Education. – 2014. – № 1 (52). – P. 75–92.

Etc.

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