Alexander Lvov

Alexander Alexandrovich Lvov (born 1989, Kalinin, USSR; now Tver, Russia) graduated from St. Petersburg State University’s Faculty of Philosophy with a major in Aesthetics in 2012. In November of the same year, he became a graduate student in the Department of History and Philosophy (now the Department of History and Social Practices) at the National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics (St. Petersburg). His research concerns the nature of the subject in modern political institutions and technology. He has contributed to national and international conferences and seminars on topical scientific and philosophical issues.

In August 2010, Alexander Lvov was invited to Apraksin Blues magazine’s campus, where he conducted a series of meetings and discussions on general and specialized philosophical issues in Russian and English.

–  Does the Posthumanist Era End the Odyssey of Spirit?31. Nonoctave Scale
–  A History of the Concept of Worldview29. The Career of Freedom
–  Dictum-Factum, or Critical and Practical Vectors of Non-Classical Philosophy27. The Vector of Translation
–  Logical Paradoxes and the Power of Technology17. Octave
–  Polemics Session: The Symbolon of Soren Kierkegaard18. Phases of Craft
–  Stranger Among His Own19. The School of Anonymity
–  Time-Language-World: The Dialectics of Knowledge20. Convergent