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  • Question at hand
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  • Methodology of philosophical learning
  • Ontology: being and nihility
  • Spectrum of consciousness
  • Dialectics
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  • Cycles and tides in the global world
  • The issues of holistic world
  • Fates and outlines of civilizations
  • Man and mankind
  • The new paradigm of science
  • Philosophy of knowledge
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  • The rational and the irrational
  • The conscious and the unconscious
  • Tradition and innovation
  • Natural philosophy
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  • Information and ideas
  • Connection of times
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  • Philosophy of science
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  • Social philosophy
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  • Philosophy of history
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  • Ideology and psychology of the masses
  • Westerners and Slavophiles today
  • Self-consciousness and identity
  • National character and mentality
  • The dialogue of cultures
  • Axiology: values and relics
  • Value and truth
  • Meaning and silence
  • The history of humanitarian science
  • Philosophy of religion
  • Theological foundations of being
  • Audience with the expert
  • Religions and religious renaissance
  • Phenomenology
  • Hermeneutics
  • Structuralism
  • Philosophy of postmodernism
  • Philosophical anthropology
  • Mysteries of the human being
  • The science of psychoanalysis
  • Dasein of the human being
  • Philosophy of love
  • Philosophy of death
  • Reverence for life
  • Myths and modern mythologies
  • Spiritual and moral search
  • Ethics
  • Aesthetics
  • Philosophy and culture
  • Philosophy and art
  • Philosophy of technology
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  • The humanitarian dictionary
  • On top of the wire
  • Translations of philosophy classics
  • The Conference
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  • Memory of the past
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