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The Digital Scholar: Philosopher’s Lab >>

Vol.2, No.4

Publisher: National Research Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod

Publishing Date: 2019-12-26

  1. Science policy in Russia: The social-epistemological dimension

    Authors: Alexandra F. Yakovleva

  2. Digital transformation of the economy and society: Problems of research methodology

    Authors: Irina A. Gerasimova

  3. Digital economy: Goals, means, stakeholders

    Authors: Serge P. Kovalyov

  4. Alexander V. Sukharev

    Authors: “Digitalization” of education – philosophical; ethno-functional psychological aspects

  5. The digital economy of education: Anticipation or consumer business project?

    Authors: Olga M. Smirnova

  6. Artemiy R. Kurbanov

    Authors: Digitalization in healthcare New opportunities; old problems

  7. Global and local digital transformation analysis

    Authors: Irina A. Gerasimova

  8. Academic capitalism in academic social networks and an analysis

    Authors: Viktor A. Kupriyanov Tatiana Y. Khvatova Svetlana A. Dushina

  9. Tautologies and contradictions in philosophy of language: Cognitive and grammatical aspects

    Authors: Ekaterina V. Vostrikova Petr S. Kusliy

  10. Elena A. Mamchur

    Authors: Epistemological turn in contemporary natural science; the philosophy of science by A. Einstein

  11. The individual as the basis of the dialogical communication

    Authors: Lyudmila A. Markova

  12. Olga E. Stoliarova

    Authors: A recurrence to pre-Kantian modes of thought in the view of A.N. Whitehead's historical; ontological conception

  13. Liana A. Tukhvatulina

    Authors: Breaking the Ivory Tower On the normative model of science-politics communication

  14. Tatiana D. Sokolova

    Authors: Science communication studies The case of scientific periodicals

  15. Why economists do not convince folks?

    Authors: Tommaso Ostillio

  16. Distributed cognition – analytics and problematization of the concept

    Authors: Lada V. Shipovalova