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Days of Philosophy in Saint-Petersburg 2012
The First International Congress of Scholars of Religion
“Religion in the Era of Science”

November 15 – 17, 2012

Saint-Petersburg State University 

The State Museum of the History of Religion


 

Congress Organizing Committee:

Andrey Zabiyako – Professor, Professor and Chair,  Department of Religious Studies, Amur State University, Co-chairman of Russian Association of the Religious Studies’ Lecturers, Council Member of the Association of Russian Centers for the Religious Studies; “Religious Studies”, editor-in-chief  (Blagoveshchensk);

Kirill Kopeiykin – Head of the Science and Theology Center for the Interdisciplinary Researches (Saint-Petersburg State University);

Alexey Murav’ev – Leading Researcher of the Institute of the General History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Council Member of the Association of Russian Centers for the Religious Studies (Moscow);

Liubov Musienko – Director of the State Museum of the History of Religion (Saint-Petersburg);

Elena Stepanova – Professor, Chief Researcher of the Institute of Philosophy and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Ural Branch), Council Member of the Association of Russian Centers for the Religious Studies (Ekaterinburg);

Ekaterina Teryukova - Associate Professor,  Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies of  St. Petersburg State University, Deputy Director of the State Museum of the History of Religion, Council Member of the Association of Russian Centers for the Religious Studies (Committee Secretary) (Saint-Petersburg);

Ekaterina Elbakyan – Professor, Professor of the Academy of Labour and Social Relations, Director of the Center for the Religious Studies “ReligioPolis”, Council Member of the Association of Russian Centers for the Religious Studies (Moscow);

Marianna Shakhnovich – Professor and Chair,  Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies of St. Petersburg State University, Member of the Presidential Council for Cooperation with Religious Organizations, Co-chair of the Russian Association of the Religious Studies’ Lecturers, a Council Member of the Association of Russian Centers for the Religious Studies (Head of the Organizing Committee) (Saint-Petersburg);

William Schmidt – Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Religious Studies, Regionalism and  Cultural Studies of the Russian Orthodox Institute of St. John, Council Member of the Association of Russian Centers for the Religious Studies (Moscow).

Igor Yablokov – Professor Professor and Chair,  Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, Moscow State University, Member of the Presidential Council for Cooperation with Religious Organizations,  Co-chair of the Russian Association of the Religious Studies’ Lecturers, Council Member of the Association of Russian Centers for the Religious Studies (Moscow).

 

The Congress is supported by the Russian Foundation for Humanities (project 12-03-14126 from 2012)  


 

The First Meeting Day

November, 15, Thursday

The State Museum of the History of Religion. The Grand Conference Hall.

(Pochtamtskaya st., 14)

 

13.00 – 14.00 – Registration (in the Lobby of the State Museum of the History of Religion)

14.00 – 15.40 – Opening session of the Congress.

Greetings.

Plenary Session.

 

Vladimir Porus

(Professor and Chair,  Department of Ontology, Logics and Theory of Knowledge, National Research University – Higher School of Economics, Moscow)

Science and Theology: from the Methodological Problems to the Philosophy of Culture’s Problems

 

Tatyana Chernigovskaya

(Professor, Head of the Laboratory of the Cognitive Studies of the St. Petersburg State University, Associate Director of Kurchatov NBIC-center, Member of the Presidential Council for Science and Education, Saint-Petersburg)

Free Will and Neuroscience

 

Vladimir Shmaliy

(Associate Professor, Archpriest, Secretary of the Synodal Biblical and Theological Commission of the Russian Orthodox Church, Moscow)

Philosophy of Religion: A Space for Dialogue 

 

15.40-16.00. Break.

 

16.00-18.00.

Plenary Session (Resumption).

Ceremonial Meeting on the 80th Anniversary of the State Museum of the History of Religion (1932 – 2012).

 

Liubov Musienko

(Acting Director of the State Museum of the History of Religion)

Welcome Speech

 

Marianna Shakhnovich

(Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St. Petersburg State University,)

The State Museum of the History of Religion and Modern Society 

 

Congratulations

 

 

The Second Meeting Day

November, 16, Friday

 

10.00-14.00

Session 1. Philosophy, Religion and Science in History and Modern Times.

St. Petersburg State University, Faculty of Philosophy. Conference-Hall – Lecture Hall 108 (Mendeleevskaya linya, 5)

Moderator – Igor Yablokov, Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, Moscow State University

 

Liubov Yakovleva

(Professor, Moscow State University of Design and Technology)

Cognitive Technologies of Rational Thinking: the Program of God by Rene Descartes

 

Svetlana Konacheva

(Professor, Department of Modern Philosophical Problems, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow)

The Transition from the Death of God to the Post-Modernism Faith: Understanding of the Post-Secular in Works of Gianni Vattimo and John Caputo

 

Iliya Veviurcko

(Lecturer , Department of  Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, Moscow State University and ,Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Aspects of Culture, St Tikhon’s Orthodox University, Moscow)

Controversy against Postmodern Methodology in Contemporary Christian Hermeneutics (Antony Thiselton, Kevin Vanhoozer and Gorazd Kocjancic)

 

Sergey Golovaschenko

( Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kiev, Ukraine)

Science and Religion in the Biblical Apologetics of the Kiev Spiritual Academy of the late 19th – early 20th cent. (Backstory of the Modern Paradigm)

 

Yuliya Burova

(Associate Professor, Department of  the Humanities and Social and Economic Subjects, Mid-Volzhskiy Affiliation of the Russian Law Academy of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, Saransk)

The Opposition between Categories “Faith” and “Science” in Fyodor Dostoevskiy’s Ideology

 

11.40-12.00 - Break.

 

Alexey Kozyrev

(Associate Professor, Department of the Russian Philosophy, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy, Moscow State University)

Archpriest Georges Florovsky as an Opponent to Archpriest Sergius Bulgakov

 

Yevgeniy Arinin

(Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Vladimir State University)

“The Mysterious” and “Differentiation” as a Category of Interpretation of Religion and Science in the Works of N. Luhmann

 

Maria Bakhteeva

(Head of the Methodological  Department, the State Museum of the History of Religion, St. Petersburg)

“Atheistic Mysticism” of Georges Bataille

 

Ekaterina Elbakyan

(Professor and Senior Researcher Department of Sociology and Management of Social Processes, the Academy of Labour and Social Relations, Moscow)

Religious Education in Russia as a Factor of the Dechristianization of the Population

 

Andrey Grigirenko

(Professor and Chair, Department of the Religious Studies, Herzen State Pedagogy University of Russia, St. Petersburg)

Religion, Paganism and Magic in the Era of Postmodernism

 

 

10.00-14.00

Session 2. Museum, Religion and Society

The State Museum of the History of Religion. Grand Conference-Hall

(Pochtamtskaya st., 14)

 

Moderator – Ekaterina Teryukova,  Associate Professor, Departament of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies of the St. Petersburg State University, Deputy Director of the State Museum of The History of Religion

 

Margarita Albedul

(Professor, Leading Researcher, Kunstkamera - Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography of the Academy of Sciences of the Russian Federation, St. Petersburg)

Religion in the Museum Space (Evidence form the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography)

 

Maria Reis Habito

(Dr.,,International Program Director of the Museum of World Religions (Tai Pei, Taiwan; Dallas, USA)

The MWR's Contribution to Harmony and Peace in a Globalized World

 

Branka Manin

(Director, Croatian School Museum, Zagreb, Croatia)

Kristina Gveric

(Head of Marketing Croatian School Museum, Zagreb, Croatia)

Religion and Religious Instruction in the Croatian School Museum's Permanent Exhibition

 

Crispin Paine

(Honorary Lecturer, University College London Institute of Archaelogy, London, the Great Britain)

Why a Museum? Motives for Founding Museums of World Religions

 

Jane Redlin

(Curator, Scientific Assistant of Museum Europäischer Kulturen - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany)

The Religious Collections and Presentations of the Museum of European Cultures - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

 

11.40-12.00 Break.

 

Konstanze Runge

(Museum of Religions Research Associate and Lecturer, the Philipps University Marburg, Germany)

Researching and Learning about Religions at the Museum of Religions at the Philipps University Marburg, Germany - Religious Objects between University and Museum

 

PauLinya van der Zee

(Dr., Curator of the Ethnographic Collection)

Once Upon a Time and the Modern Era. Ritual Objects of the Ethnographic Collections of Ghent University in Relation to the World of Science

 

Sanami Takhahashi

(Dr., Researcher, Japan Society for the Promotion of Scientific Research, University of Tsukuba, Japan)

The State Museum of the History of Religion and Atheism in Leningrad and “Scientific Atheism” (1953 – 1985)

 

Pekka Virtanen 

(Curator. Helsinki, Finland)

Forest, Religion and Museums

 

Natalya Revunenkova

(Professor, Head of the Department of the State Museum of the History of Religion, St. Petersburg)

Editions by Hugo Grotius from the State Museum of the History of Religion Collections (Concerning Erudition and Tolerance in 17th cent. Holland)

 

 

 

10.00-14.00

Session 3. Religion, Science and Mass Culture

The State Museum of the History of Religion. Reading Room of the Research Library

(Pochtamtskaya st., 14)

Moderator – Andrey Zabiyako – Professor and Chair, Department of Religious Studies, Amur State University (Blagoveshchensk)

 

Alexander Kotylev

(Associate Professor , Department of the Cultural Studies, Komi State Pedagogical Institute, Syktyvkar)

St. Stephen of Perm: an Internet Hero.

 

Adam Andrzej Dobzhinski

(Master of Philosophy, licentiate of Theology, Institute of Philosophy, the Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland)

The Image of Devil in Mass Culture

 

 Olga Michelson

(Associate Professor , Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St. Petersburg, State University)

Religion in the Cinema: on the Classification of the Religious Range of Problems in Cinema

 

Elena Medvedeva

(Associate Professor , Department of Philosophy, Humanities and Psychology, Saratov State Medicine University named after V.I. Razumovsky)

Religious Practices in Cyberspace

 

Yevgeniya Zavadskaya

(Senior Lecturer , Department of Religious Studies, Amur State University, Blagoveshchensk)

Shamanism 2.0: Cybershamans’ On-Linya Travels

 

11.40-12.00 – Break.

 

Svetlana Karaseva

(Associate Professor , Department of Philosophy of Culture, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus)

Relevance of a Character: Self-Sacrifice as an Action-Movie’s Basis for Success

 

Andrey Lapin

(Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies, Amur State University, Blagoveshchensk)

Religious Images and Themes in the RPG (Role-Playing Game) Computer Games

 

Nickolay Polyakov

(Associate Professor , Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St. Petersburg State University)

Critical Interpretation of Christian Dogma in the Modern Western Cinema

 

Liubov Fyodorova

(Postgraduate Student, Department of Religious Studies, Amur State University, Blagoveshchensk)

Internet as a Resource for Development of Religious Elements of the Youth Subcultures

 

Violetta Staroselets

(5th-year Student, Department  of Religious Studies, Amur State University, Blagoveshchensk)

Cyberreligion: the Present and the Future Featuring by Timothy Leary

 

 Yevgeniya Kontaleva

(5th-year Student , Department of Religious Study, Amur State University, Blagoveshchensk)

The Influence of Mass Culture on Personal Religiosity: Evidence from the Religious and Mythology contents and Archetypes in Fantasy

 

 

 

10.00-14.00

Session 4. Processes of Secularization and Desecularization in the Past and the Present

The State Museum of the History of Religion. Small Conference-Hall. (Pochtamtskaya st., 14)

Moderator – Elena Stepanova (Professor, Chief Researcher of the Institute of Philosophy and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Ural Branch), Yekaterinburg)

 

Elena Ostrovskaya

(Professor, Department of the Theory and History of Sociology, St. Petersburg State University)

“Socially Involved Religion” or Desecularization of the Traditional Religions

 

Elena Stepanova

(Professor, Chief Researcher of the Institute of Philosophy and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Ural Branch), Yekaterinburg)

Secular Religiosity and Religious Secularity: a Problem Definition

 

Mikhail Stetskevich

(Associate Professor, Department of the Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St. Petersburg State University)

The British Society’s Secularization in 18th – 19th cent. in the New Historiography

 

Yerkin Baydarov

(Associate Professor, Leading Researcher of the Religious Studies Department, Institute of Philosophy, Political Science and Religious Studies, The Committee of Science of the Ministry of Education and Science of Republic of Kazakhstan, Alma-Ata)

The Role of Religion and the Globalization

 

Petko Ganchev

(Professor, the Ambassador, Geopolitical Center “Eurasia”, Sofia, Bulgaria)

Desecularization and Requirement for Changes in the General Theory of Evolution and Theology

 

11.40-12.00 – Break.

 

Andrey Shishkin

(Researcher of the Synodal Biblical and Theological Commission of the Russian Orthodox Church, Moscow)

Some Aspects of Desecularization in Post-Soviet Russia

 

Roman Safronov 

(Senior Lecturer of the St. Tikhon’s Orthodox University, Researcher of the Moscow State University, Moscow)

On the Content of the “Postsecular” Concept

 

 Georges Vermishev

(Master of Religious Studies, Postgraduate Student, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, Saint-Petersburg State University)

Youth Policy of the Third Reich and Religious Organizations

 

Olga Kulikova

(Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, Ivanovo State Power University)

Relations of Science and Church in Russia: Modern Problems’ Origins

 

Anna Radetskaya

(Researcher of the State Museum of the History of Religion, St. Petersburg)

Ecumenism Paradox

 

14.00-15.00 Lunch

 

15.00-19.40

Session 5. Religion in the Modern Society

 Saint-Petersburg State University, Faculty of Philosophy. Conference-Hall – Lecture Hall 108 (Mendeleevskaya linya, 5)

Moderator - Ekaterina Elbakyan –  Professor of the Academy of Labour and Social Relations (Moscow)

 

Olga Farhitdinova

(Associate Professor , Department of Religious Studies, the Urals Federal University, Ekaterinburg)

 A Model of Religiosity in the Media Space

 

Olga Sgibneva

(Professor, Department of Sociology, Volgograd State University)

Religiosity Confines: Myths and Reality (Experience of the Religion Research)

 

 Vita Titarenko

(Associate Professor, Researcher of the Department of Religious Studies, H.S. Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy of the National Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine)

 Forecasting in Religious Studies: Methodological Characteristics and Problem Fields

 

Olga Pelevina

(Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies, Amur State University, Blagoveshchensk)

 Modern Methods of Research of the Religious Situation in the Russian Far East: a Content Analysis of  Internet

 

Alexey Timoshchyuk

(Professor, Department for the Humanities, Vladimir Law Institute of the Federal Service for the Execution of Punishment of the Russian Federation)

The Role of the Tomsk Trail of Bhagavadgita in the Development of Civil Society in Russia

 

17.00-17.20- Break.

 

Roman Lunkin

(Leading Researcher of the Institute of Europe of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Analyst of the Research Service “Environment”, Moscow)

 Level of the Religiosity of the Russians: the Region Research and the Socio-Demographic Characteristics (Based on the National Survey of the Service "Environment" in all Russian Federation subjects under the Project "ARENA: Atlas of Religions and Nationalities")

 

Ekaterina Grishaeva

(Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies of the Urals Federal University, Yekaterinburg)

Religion in Internet: Religious Events’ Particularity in Media Presentations

 

 Svetlana Kachurova

(Associate Professor , Department ofLogics, National Yaroslav Mudryi Law Academy of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine)

The Religious Expertise’s Phenomenon

 

Anna Sofia Ksenzhek

(Postgraduate Student, the Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland)

The Image of Islam in Polish Mass Media

 

Anna Voronina

(Postgraduate Student, Department of Religious Studies, Amur State University, Blagoveshchensk)

Internet as a Means and Research Field of the Ethnoreligious Identity

 

Maxim Bogachyev

(Trainee and Researcher of the National Research University – Higher School of Economics, Moscow)

Revitalization of Orthodoxy in Russia: Causes and Possible Consequences

 

 

15.00-20.00

Session 6. The Future of Religion and “Final of Science”

The State Museum of the History of Religion. The Reading-Room of the Research Library

(Pochtamtskaya st., 14)

Moderator - Kirill Kopeiykin –  Archpriest, Head of the Science and Theology Center for the Interdisciplinary Researches (Saint-Petersburg, State University)

 

Vladimir Ivanov

(Head of the Department for Relations with Religious Organizations of the Administration of the Governor of St. Petersburg)

The Significance of the Dialogue between Science and Church 

 

Kirill Kopeiykin

(Archpriest, Director of the Science and Theology Center for the Interdisciplinary Researches (Saint-Petersburg, State University)

Science as an Intermediator in the Dialogue among Religions

 

Anatoliy Alekseev

(Professor and Chair, Department of the Biblical Studies, Saint-Petersburg State University)

 The Place of Religion in the Scholars’ Republic 

 

Igor Dmitriev

(Professor of the Faculty of History, Director of the D.I. Mendeleev Museum, St. Petersburg State University)

The Historical Aspect of Scientific Knowledge

 

Sergey Krivovichev

(Deacon, Professor and Chair, Department of Crystallography of the Faculty of Geology, St. Petersburg State University)

 Science of Believers and Belief of Scientists: the Past and the Present

 

Valeriy Gorunov

(Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy, St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University)

Religion as an Origin of Goals and Meanings of Human Life

 

Anton Tikhomirov

(Rector of the ELC Theological Seminary)

Theology and Science in the Secular Society

 

17.20-17.40 Break.

 

Alexey Goman’kov

(Professor, Leading Researcher, Komarov Botanical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Russian Federation, St. Petersburg)

Three Images of the Natural History in Modern Orthodoxy

 

Rodion Larionov

(Hierodeacon, Rector’s Assistant of the Moscow Spiritual Academy)

Theology and Faith in Science

 

Andrey Vassoevich

(Professor, Head of the St. Petersburg Religion Information and Analytic Center of the Russian Institute of the Strategic Researches)

Is Theology a Science?

 

Zinaida Ivanova

(Chair , Department of the Politic Sciences and Sociology, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering)

The Role of Religion in the Recovery of the Biotechnosphere’s Humanitarian Balance

 

Ivan Mezentsev

(Assistant Professor, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok)

Feasibility of “Artificial Intelligence” and “Time Travel” with Relation to the Christian Ideology

 

Sergey Astashkevich

(Professor, Senior Researcher , Department of Optics, St. Petersburg, State University)

Postnonclassical Cognitive and Heuristic Resources of Tradition (Evidence from the Bhagavadgita) 

 

Sergey Pakhomov

(Associate Professor , Department of Philosophy and Cultural Studies  of the Orient, St. Petersburg State University)

Attitude towards Science in Neo Hinduism  

 

15.00-20.00

Session 7: The History of Religion as a Science: Theories and Museum Practices

The State Museum of the History of Religion. Grand Conference-Hall.

(14, PochtamtskayasSt.)                

Moderator – Nataliya Revunenkova, Professor, the Head of the Department of The State Museum of the History of Religion

 

Ekaterina Teryukova

(Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St.Petersburg State University, Deputy Director of the State Museum of the History of Religion, St. Petersburg)

Displaying of the Cultic Objects in the Museum Space. From the Experience of the National Museology of the 1920 – 1930th.

 

Elena Denisova 

(Chief Curator, The State Museum of the History of Religion, St. Petersburg)

Preservation of Pilgrimage to the Holy Land and A.N.Muravyev's Collecting Activity

 

Tamriko Apakidze 

(Master of Religious Studies, the Postgraduate Student, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St. Petersburg State University)

The Christian East’s Literature in a Context of Buddhist and Christian Dialogue (20th century)

 

Alexey Muraviyov

(Leading Researcher, Institute of General History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)

The Syrian Genocide in Ottoman Turkey at the early of the 20th century, Its Religious Component and Consequences: the Results of Scientific Research

 

Anna Permilovskaya 

(Professor, Leading Researcher of the Laboratory of Ecology of Culture, Institute of Environmental Problems of the North, the Urals Branch of the State Russian Academy of Sciences, Arkhangelsk)

The Cultic Architecture as a Reflection of a Traditional Picture of the World of Peasants of the Russian North

 

Roman Mayorov

(Associate Professor, New Russian University, Moscow)

The History of Old Believers: Between Science and Ideology

 

17.00-17.20 – Break.

 

Raisa Rashkova

(Leading Researcher, State Museum of the History of Religion, St. Petersburg)

Glimpses of the History of the Permanent Exhibition “Catholicism” Design in the State Museum of the History of Religion (1935–2012)

 

Nataliya Suslova

(Researcher,  State Museum of the History of Religion, St. Petersburg)

The Engraving «The Ship of St. Peter, or a Triumph of Belief and Catholic Church»: on the Question of Plot Interpretation

 

Marina Ptichenko

(Head of the Department, the State Museum of the History of Religion)

Masonic Diplomas in a Context of the History and the Ritual of Freemasons

 

Tatyana Khizhaya

(Associate Professor , Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Vladimir State University, Gus Khrustalny)

The Conversion in Modern Judaism: Main Approaches, Problems and Conflicts

 

Pavel Gaydenko

(Associate Professor, Department of History and Cultural Studies, Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering)

Glimpses of the image of an Old Russian Bishop (the Period before the Mongol Invasion of Rus')

 

Alexandra Brenkova

(Master of Religious Studies, Graduate Student, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St. Petersburg State University)

National Utopian Legends about Kitezh and Belovodye in a Context of the Modern Historical Studies

 

Andrey Afanasyev

(Graduate Student of the Philosophy Department, Moscow State University)

Shia Islam in the Era of Science 

 

15.00-20.00

Session 8. Religion, Society and Personality

 

The State Museum of the History of Religion. Small Conference-Hall.

(Pochtamtskaya st., 14)

Moderator – Tatyana Chumakova, Professor, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St. Petersburg State University

 

Andrey  Berman

(Associate Professor, Department of the Humanities, Volga Branch of the Moscow State Automobile and Road Technical University, Cheboksary)

Gnoseological Sources of Religious Conservatism

 

Tatyana Korotkaya

(Professor, Department of Philosophy, Belarusian State University of Economy, Minsk, Belarus)

Social Ideal in Modern Religious Perception 

 

Irina Aster  

(Associate Professor, St. Petersburg State Institute of Psychology and Social Work) 

The Social Service of Church as an Instrument of Development of Civil Society

 

Lyudmila Sukina

(Associate Professor and Chair, Department for the Humanities, Program Systems Institute of RAS, Pereslavl-Zalessky)

The Image of Alexander Nevsky and Formation of Interregional Model of Historical and Cultural Identity in 12st cent. Russia: Secular vs Religious

 

Irina Korneyeva

(Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, The Belgorod State National Research University)

Contradictions between Ethics and Religion in Modern Society

 

Ekaterina Koval'

(Director of the Center for the Distance Learning, Ogarev Mordovia State University) 

Moral and Religion as the Ways of Standard Regulation of the Personality’s Behavior in the Conditions of Scientific and Technological Development

 

Vladimir Petrunin

 (Associate Professor, Oryol State University)

Social Ethics of the Orthodoxy and Modern Biotechnologies: the Problem of Moral Criteria

 

17.20-17.40 Break.

 

Sofiya Maslova

(Master of Religious Studies, Graduate Student , Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St. Petersburg State University)

Science and Religion During the Era of Romanticism

 

Inga Levit

(Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St. Petersburg State University)

The Attitude towards Science in Modern German Conservative Protestantism: the Problem of Creationism

 

Kseniya Gurjeva

(Master of the Religious Studies, Methodologist of the Sector «The Cathedral ring», The State Memorial Museum of St. Isaac's Cathedral, St. Petersburg)

A Woman and Religion at the early 21st century. The Phenomenon of Religious Feminism

 

Nataliya Grebenshchikova

(5th-year Student , the Chair of Religious Studies, Amur State University, Blagoveshchensk)

Utilitarizm and Pragmatism in Ethics of "Transerfing"

 

Nikolay Chirkhov 

(Postgraduate Student, Department of Religious Studies, Amur State University, Blagoveshchensk)

The Globalization Influence on the Development of Catholic Church in the Modern World

 

Ivan Fadeev

(Master of Oriental Studies, Postgraduate Student , Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, Moscow State University)

To the Question of a Role of Gender and Bible Researches in the Anglican Ecclesiology.

 

Arina Solodkina

(Social Teacher, Children's Social and Pedagogical Center, Vladimir)

Satanism: Religion and Science Interference

 

 

The Third Meeting Day

November 17, 2012, Saturday

Session 2. Museum, Religion and Society (Continuation)

The State Museum of the History of Religion. Grand Conference-Hall.

(Pochtamtskaya st., 14)

 

10.00-13.20

Session 2. Museum, religion, society

Moderator – Ekaterina Teryukova, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies of the St. Petersburg State University, Deputy Director of the State Museum of the History of Religion

 

Nikolay Serov

(Professor , Department of Philosophy and Cultural Studies, St. Petersburg State Institute of Psychology and Social Work)

Museum – Information – Religion

 

Elena  Soboleva

(Leading Researcher, Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg)

The Archaic and Primitive Beliefs Museumificated Objects Peculiarities of Displaying 

 

Nina Krasnodembskaya

(Professor, Leading Researcher of the Peter the Great  Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg)

Elena Soboleva

(Leading Researcher of the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg)

The Forced Ideal: Background, Approaches and Circumstances of the Permanent Exhibition’s «Peoples of the Southern Asia» Design in the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography of the Russian Academy of Sciences

 

Elena Rzhevskaya

(Doctor of Arts, Press Secretary of the Office of the President of the Russian Academy of Arts, Moscow)

Concept of the Exhibition Space of the Dolgorukovs Mansion’s Home Church in the Art Gallery of Zurab Tsereteli

 

Elena Shungina

(Associate Professor, St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance)

The Opening of Churches in the Post-War Leningrad  and Providing Them with the Cultic Objects: Transfer of the Exhibits from the Antireligious Museum to the St.Trinity Church

 

11.40-12.00. Break

 

Yuriy Belkin

(Leading Researcher, Khabarovsk Regional Museum of Grodekov)

The Permanent Exhibition «Russian Orthodox Church and Society of the Far East in the late 17 – early 21 centuries»: the Experience of Cooperation Between The Grodekovsky Museum and The Priamursky Metropolitanate of the Russian Orthodox Church

 

Elena Shchepanovskaya

(Associate Professor, St. Petersburg State Museum of Theatre and Music) 

Genetic Classification of Archetypes of Mythology as a Way of Religions Research 

 

Anna Dulina

(Postgraduate Student, Department of History and Culture of Japan, The Institute of the Countries of Asia and Africa, Moscow State University)

Stability of Religious Tradition in Modern Japan:  the Case Hachiman’s Cult

 

Elena Ryygas

(Master of Philology, Lecturer of the Linguistics Department, The Academy of Arts Education, St. Petersburg)

The Conflictogenic Potential of Sacred Space 

 

 

10.00-13.00

Session 9. Modern Problems of the Religious Studies

The St. Petersburg University, Faculty of Philosophy. A Conference Hall – Lecture Hall 108. (Mendeleevskaya linya, 5)

Moderator – Marianna Shakhnovich, Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St.Petersburg State University

 

Igor Yablokov  

(Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, Moscow State University)

The Debatable Questions of the Russian Religious Studies

 

Pyotr Dashkovsky

(Professor and Chair, Department of Religious Studies and the Confessional Relations of the State, Altay State University, Barnaul) 

Some Aspects of Realization of an Interdisciplinary Approach in the Religious Studies’ Researches 

 

Andrey Zabiyako

(Professor, Professor , Department of Religious Studies, Amur State University, Blagoveshchensk)

Science as a Factor of the Religions Development

 

Tatyana  Chumakova

(Professor, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St. Petersburg State University)

«The New Middle Ages»: Religious Piety in Modern Russia

 

11.20-11.40. Break.

 

Mikhail Shkarovsky

(Professor, St. Petersburg Spiritual Academy, Chief Archivist of the Central State Archive of St. Petersburg)

The Religious and Philosophical Circles, Brotherhoods and Societies of Leningrad in the 1920s.

 

 

Nina Krasnodembskaya

(Professor, Leading Researcher of the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg)

The Southern Asia: Religion as a Science (Theory and Practice)

 

Nikolay Medvedev

(Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy, Tambov State University of Derzhavin)

The A.Radcliff-Brown's Theory of Totemizm and the Vitgenstein's Prospect of Understanding of theRrituals

 

Victor Barashkov 

(Postgraduate Student , Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, Moscow State University)

The use of «Internal Evidences» of Cultures in the Primitive Beliefs’ Studying (Concept of Religion of P. Redin)

 

13.00-14.00 - Lunch

 

14.00-17.30

Session 9. Modern Problems of the Religious Studies (Continuation)

St. Petersburg University, The Faculty of Philosophy. A conference room № 108. (Mendeleevskaya linya, 5) 

Moderator – Sergey Firsov, Professor, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies of the St.Petersburg State University

 

Irina Ivanova

(Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy of Science, a Member of Presidium of the Russian Philosophical Society, Kyrghyz-Russian Slavic University, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan)

Science and Religion as Social and Cultural Systems

 

Alexey Gaydukov

(Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies, Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, St. Petersburg)

Parareligion and Parascience – the Inseparable Pair of Justifications of Doctrines of New Slavic Paganism

 

German Bokov

(Assistant , Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St. Petersburg State University)

Value of a Course «Science and Religion» in Modern Religious Education

 

Ivan  Davydov

(Associate Professor , Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, Moscow State University)

Epistemology of Religious Studies in the Era of Science

 

Tatyana   Chelovenko

(Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Religious Studies and Theology,  Oryol State University)

The Epistemological Updating of the East Christian Metaphysics at This Time  

 

15.30-15.40. Break.

 

Tatyana Foliyeva

(Associate Professor , Department of Trade-union Movement, General and Humanitarian Sciences, The Volgograd Branch of The Academy of Labour and Social Relations (Moscow)

Script Theory and Possibility of Its Application in Religious Studies Researches

 

Elena Seredkina

(Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy and Rights, Perm National Research Polytechnic University)

Philosophical and Religious Fundamentals of Science and Technology 

 

Elena Sobol'nikova

(Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy of The Tyumen State Oil and Gas University)

Mystical Experience in a Context of Scientific Rationality

 

David Damte

(Postgraduate Student , Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, Moscow State University)

Eugen Dreverman and His Project of Integration of Deep Psychology and Theology

 

Larisa Vorozheykina

(Lecturer , Department of  the General and Clinical Psychology, Volgograd State Medical University)

The Empirical Research of the Self-Concept of the Religious Personality

 

10.30-13.00

Session 10. Religious Researches: Regional Aspects

The State Museum of the History of Religion. The Reading Room of the Research Library.

(Pochtamtskaya st., 14)

 

Moderator – Svetlana Dudarenok, Professor and Chair, Department of Russian History and  Archival Science, The School of the Humanities of the Far East Federal University

 

Lyudmila Filipovich 

(Professor and Chair,  Department of Religious Studies, H.S. Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy of the National Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine)

Modern Ukrainian Religious Studies in Search of a Demand

 

Svetlana Dudarenok

(Professor and Chair, Department of Russian History and  Archival Science, The School of the Humanities of the Far East Federal University, Vladivostok)

The Confessional Space of the Russian Far East: Problems of Formation and Development Tendencies

 

William Schmidt – Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Religious Studies, Regionalism and  Cultural Studies,  Russian Orthodox Institute of St. John

Religion: the problem of inter-institutional tools and inter-civilizational dialogue

 

Rimma  Pashko

(Associate Professor, Department of the Humanitarian Sciences, The Institute of Theology of The Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus)

The Principle of Multi-Paradigmality and Transformation of Philosophical and Religious Discourse in Modern Belarus’ Culture

 

Nataliya Matiyenko

(Head of the Department of Public Relations and Management of Domestic Policy of the Governor and Government Office, Birobidzhan)

The Role of Religion and Feature of the Interfaith Relations in Local Community: the Case of the Jewish Autonomous Region

 

11.20-11.40. Break.

 

Olga Kaldybayeva

(Lecturer , Department of Sociology of the Department of Social Sciences, The Eurasian National University of L.N.Gumilev, Astana, Kazakhstan)

Significance of Orthodoxy in the Life of the Slavic Population of Kazakhstan

 

Olga Khalidova

(Junior Researcher of the Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnography (The Dagestan Scholar Center), the  Russian Academy of Sciences, Makhachkala)

Islam in a Confessional Mosaic of Modern Dagestan, the Rostov Region, the Stavropol Kray and Krasnodar Kray  (the Contrastive and Comparative Analysis)

 

Bakhytzhan  Satershinov  

(Associate Professor, and Chair, Department of Religious Studies, The Institute of Philosophy, Political Science and Religious Studies of the Committee of Science, Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty, Kazakhstan)

Elena Burova

(Professor and Leading Researcher, Institute of Philosophy, Political Science and Religious Studies of Committee of Science, Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty, Kazakhstan)

Religiosity’s Trends of the Population of Modern Kazakhstan

 

Almir Kurchatov

(Leading Expert of the Department of the International and Religious Relationships, Department for the Peoples of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Yakutsk)

The State and Confessional Relations: Problems and Development’s Prospects

 

Anastasiya Domanskaya

(Master of Philosophy, Master of the Humanities, Lecturer , Department ofPhilosophy of Culture, The Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus)

Religious Life in Modern Belarus: Main Characteristics and Tendencies

 

13.00-14.00 Dinner

 

14.00-17.00

Session 10. The Religious Researches: Regional Aspects (Continuation)

The State Museum of the History of Religion. The Reading Room of the Research Library.

(Pochtamtskaya st., 14)

 

Moderator – Mikhail Stetskevich,  Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies of the St. Petersburg State University

 

Nataliya Potapova

 (Associate Professor, Department of General History of the Sakhalin State University, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk)

Protestant Mission, as a Way of «Christian Globalization» in the Conditions of Social and Political Crises of the 20th Century (the Case of the Russian Far East in 1917-1922 and 1990s)

 

Nataliya Vekshina

(Master of Religious Studies, Postgraduate Student , Department of Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies, St. Petersburg State University)

Christianization Methods for the Indigenous People of Siberia (the Case of the Altay Spiritual Mission)

 

Tatyana Pronina

(Associate Professor , Department of Philosophy, Director of the Center of Religious Researches, Tambov State University of Derzhavin)

The Religiosity of the Modern Russians: Myths and Reality

 

Greta Solovyeva

(Professor  and Leading Researcher, Institute of Philosophy, Political Science and Religious Studies of Committee of Science,  Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan), Almaty, Kazakhstan 

Knowledge and Belief: the Formation of the Post-Secular World

 

15.20-15.40. Break.

 

Olga Shimanskaya

(Associate Professor of the Chairs of Cultural Studies, History and Classic Languages,  Nizhny Novgorod State Linguistic University of Dobrolyubov)

The Religious Practices’ Changes in the Conditions of Crisis of the Russian Civilization

 

Andrey Zaporozhchenko

(Associate Professor of the Chairs of Theory, Cultural History and Museology, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University) 

Clara Davidova

(Associate Professor of the Chairs of Theory, Cultural History and Museology, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University) 

The Course «The Bases of Religious Cultures and Secular Ethics»: Results and Prospects

 

Kseniya Kolkunova

(Lecturer, the St. Tikhon’s Orthodox University, Moscow)

Globalization as a Problem for Religion’s Definition

 

Victor Kurilov

(5th-year Student , Department of Religious Studies, Russian Christian Humanitarian Academy, St. Petersburg)

Political and Legal Relationships between the Executive Branch of the Government and Russian Orthodox Church in the second part of the 20th century

 

14.00-17.00 

Round Table. Theology and Religious Studies in Russia: Practice of Education Activity.

The Russian Christian Humanitarian Academy. Conference-Hall.

(Fontanka River emb., 15)

 

18.00-19.00 Plenary session. The report of the Heads of Sessions.

19.00 Congress closing.

The State Museum of the History of Religion. Grand Conference-Hall.

(Pochtamtskaya st., 14)

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