Sergii Rudenko

Sergii Rudenko
Guangdong University of Petrochemical Technology · Centre for the Belt and Road Chinese-European studies

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Introduction
Sergii Rudenko is a Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Researcher at the Guangdong University of Petrochemical Technology (Maoming, China), Professor at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Kyiv, Ukraine). The current research interests embrace the studies in Local Philosophies and Cultures, Philosophy of Cosmology, the Belt and Road Chinese-European studies, Social and Cultural Anthropology, History of Marxism, Chinese studies in Ukrainian philosophy.

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Purpose. To analyse the management features of the application and adaptation of the British experience in the development of creative entrepreneurship in the educational, scientific and cultural environment of technical universities in Ukraine. Methodology. As the main research methods, the authors used the comparative approach and the expert asse...
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This paper analyses the methodological ideas of Sergei Vsekhsvyatskii’s Studies on Philosophical Issues of Cosmology and Cosmogony. The article examines the background and history of the development of astronomy and cosmology in Ukraine and its gradual transition from a descriptive method to mathematical analysis. The authors have studied the influ...
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The book summarises the results of the authors' comparative studies in Chinese philosophy and culture and the philosophy and culture of Indigenous people of North America.
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This research offers a linguacultural analysis of the main ideas and goals of institutions for the preservation of the culture and language of the Indigenous peoples of America, through the publication of relevant research in thematic journals and popular books, to determine the relevance of the problem of the identity crisis in the worldview and l...
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University centers of creative entrepreneurship are becoming the drivers of the modern economy of the world’s leading countries and form a global academic entrepreneurial movement nowadays. Each of the leading countries or groups of countries has certain peculiarities and its own experience of financial management of such centers. Therefore, there...
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In studying the characteristics of cultures, literature and philosophies of different civilisations, scholars inevitably wish to search for similar and different features inherent in particular societies. When this desire is completely justified, then certain questions remain that require additional reflection. For instance, studying the cosmologic...
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The article reconstructs the philosophical ideas of the missionary John Eliot, who preached among the indigenous population of North America. The analysis is based on biographical data, which allows one to obtain information about the thinker’s education, and hence about philosophical knowledge. Since the concepts of “philosophy” and “philosopher”...
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This paper highlights the peculiarities of the implementation of relations between the authorities and religious organizations in Eastern and Western Europe during the coronavirus pandemic. It has been proven that Western European countries have relatively quickly adapted to the new model of state-religious relations during the pandemic. At the sam...
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This paper presents the results of the authors’ study of the perception of Ancient Chinese philosophy in the Ukrainian philosophy of the Soviet period in the second half of the 20th century. The study is based on a unique source: a monograph by two authoritative and influential Soviet philosophers, Volodymyr Dmytrychenko and Volodymyr Shynkaruk, wh...
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This paper presents the recent survey results among 160 international students of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. The survey aimed to analyse the international students' opinion concerning the religiosity of Ukrainians to distinguish the existing or possible problems in cross-cultural communication in higher education. Obtained da...
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The purpose of the article is to reveal philosophical ideas in the mythology and folklore of the indigenous peoples of North America. An important question: "Can we assume that the spiritual culture of the American Indians contained philosophical knowledge?" remains relevant today. For example, European philosophy is defined by appeals to philosoph...
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У навчальному посібнику наведено концептуальні засади креативного мислення. Визначено особливості креативного мислення як творчого процесу, узагальнено методи, інструменти, засоби, техніки й технології такого мислення для розвитку креативних компетентностей і вмінь у різних сферах підприємницької діяльності. Для науковців, викладачів, аспірантів,...
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This paper presents the results of the authors’ study of the philosophical heritage of the Ancient Chinese philosopher Pan Maoming, who played an essential role in the development of spiritual culture, as well as Philosophy and Science of Ancient Southern China (nowadays, Guangdong Province). The authors carried out historiographical research of cu...
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For the first time in the post-Soviet period, in a separate publication, prerequisites, key ideas, theoretical, methodological, ideological and political paradigms of nationalities by world and European “classics of Marxism” (Friedrich Engels, Austro-Marxist Otto Bauer, Joseph Stalin and Vladimir Lenin, etc.) are analyzed and revealed in reliance o...
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This paper presents the results of the authors' study of the perception of Ancient Chinese philosophy in the Ukrainian philosophy of the Soviet period of the second half of the 20 th century. The study is based on a unique source: a monograph by two authoritative and influential Soviet philosophers, Volodymyr Dmytrychenko and Volodymyr Shynkaruk, w...
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The article deals with the discovery of a performative context of anthropological discourse. This requires a revision of customary discursive codes “nature/culture” and “culture/civilization” as they are built on the false dualism of the spiritual and the material. It reveals itself in discursive erosion of positional places that ruin each other. S...
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This short paper represents the author's perception of the new regulations issued by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and practical experience of proceeding the PhD defence at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv in November-December 2019. The author hopes it could be useful for the international PhD students, PhD candidates, who are...
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Purpose. Improving the quality policy of managing the civil service of Ukraine through the use of foreign experience in imple­ menting the “Lean system”. Methodology. In the study, the authors used general methods of scientific knowledge. In particular: a) empirical research methods: selection of factual material on reforming the civil service mana...
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Purpose. Studying the features of implementing the EU bioeconomy strategy in higher education in Ukraine. Methodology. As the main research method, the authors used the comparative approach and the method of expert assessment. The authors used the methods of functional analysis, the methods of content analysis and systems analysis as additional one...
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Purpose of this article is the historical reconstruction of the studies in philosophical anthropology in Soviet Ukraine. Theoretical basis. In the philosophical tradition of independent Ukraine, there is an opinion that at the intersection of the 1960s and 1970s, there was an anthropological turn in the national philosophical thought. The authors p...
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This short coursebook on the History of Ukrainian culture is written for the International students, who study at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv Institute of Biology and Medicine. However, it could be useful for other specialities students, who want to improve their general competences. The main aim of this short book is to reveal...
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In modern science, an important feature is a fact that interdisciplinary research is becoming more popular. This is due to the mutual interest of different areas of science to the methods and principles of other areas. The article is devoted to the study of the possibility of dialogue between physical cosmology and transcendental philosophy. Transc...
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The paper analyses the processes of modernization of the “Marxist-Leninist historical and economic” interpretation of the concept of the “nation” in social and human sciences in the USSR in the second half of the 20th century. In the paper, from the standpoint of modern scientism, on the basis of the principle of historicism, methods of systematic,...
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The key criterion for ensuring and assessing the quality of any education, especially higher education is the cooperation between higher education institutions and employers, which, according to the new Law of Ukraine on Higher Education have received the status of participants in the educational process. However, the question remains about the ext...
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This article presents the author’s methodology for teaching the History of Ukrainian Philosophy for students of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv as well as a methodology for evaluating learning outcomes based on a competence approach. The author has formulated eight key competences in the field of History of Ukrainian Philosophy, wh...
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This short coursebook on the History of Ukrainian culture is written for the International students, who study at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv Institute of Biology and Medicine. However, it could be useful for other specialities students, which want to improve their general competences. The main aim of this short book is to rev...
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Purpose. Despite relatively successful democratic transformation in various areas, Ukraine still has little progress in reforming the system of education. Changes that are taking place (e.g. new legislation is being adopted) do not have expected effect and are often too surface-oriented. The article discusses one of the possible causes for this - h...
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The article continues the discussion “Can "national philosophy" be understood as a strictly defined object of research?” initiated in volume XXX of Sententiae. Analyzing Tomasz Mróz’ book “Selected Issues in the History of Polish Philosophy” (2016), the authors compare the problems of historiography of Polish and Ukrainian philosophy. The authors b...
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Purpose. The article suggested for consideration is aimed at clarifying the shift in human perception from the spatial turn announced by Michel Foucault, to a performative turn. The performative turn has an anthropological footing. It is based on the all-round investigation of the body’s principal role for cultural existence, as a result of a rever...
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There are about 350 small towns in Ukraine what makes around ¾ of the total number of towns. Small towns comprise approximately 13% of the Ukrainian population, with about 20 million citizens related to them. Small towns are divided by districts and regions almost equally — 61-75 of small towns, or 17,4-21,4% of the total number of towns. The great...
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Purpose. To reveal the special features of managing joint international projects in the sphere of higher humanitarian education and research between universities, as well as non-governmental educational and scientific organizations of Ukraine and Poland. The authors focus on: 1) the ways of solving the problem of harmonizing the management practice...
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This paper aims to examine how the idea of the Reception studies in the history of philosophy, which is represented by Tomasz Mróz, could be implemented to the studies of the History of logic. The paper is prepared for the 8th International Conference "Teaching Logic and Prospect of its Development", which will be held on May 17-18, 2018 at Taras S...
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This writing is devoted to the brief review of Immanuel Kant’s philosophy studies and receptions of his philosophical concepts within the Ukrainian philosophy of Soviet period. Such attempt is actually pertinent because nowadays we definitely need to reconsider the soviet philosophical heritage for better understanding the real value of any philoso...
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The article is devoted to the philosophy of cosmology, its history and contemporary conditions, the tradition of studying and modern trends in teaching this discipline in higher education in Ukraine. There is problem of defining the subject of philosophy of cosmology, there are similar and different motifs with modern astrophysics, cosmology on the...
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Purpose. To reveal the management features of the university preparatory department in the philosophical tradition of Plato, according to which the acquisition of knowledge is regarded as a way of life. The authors focus on: 1) the frequency of renewal of student flows; 2) the hybridization of education in the prospects of global transformation of...
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Висвітлено основні результати виконання першого етапу науководослідної теми "Модернізація філософської та політологічної освіти і науки України на основі міжнародних освітньо-наукових стандартів". Конкретизовано соціокультурні передумови та сучасні освітньо-наукові запити, що висуваються до вітчизняної філософської та політологічної освіти і науки,...
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У монографії здійснено комплексний аналіз, узагальнення та систематизацію наявних у вітчизняній історико-філософській науці методологічних концепцій дослідження історії української філософії, їх теоретичних засад та результатів практичного застосування. Запропоновано нову комплексну недескриптивну методологію дослідження історії української філософ...

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The project aims to systematically study the phenomenon of Chinese Marxism, its worldview, philosophical, political principles, and the potential impact of this area on the humanitarian development of modern Ukrainian society. The essential task of the project is to carry out a comparative and typological analysis of the philosophical foundations of Chinese Marxism with modern European Marxist philosophical schools and "Soviet" Marxism. The expected results of the study include studying the process of Cinicization of Marxism, historical and biographical analysis of key representatives of Chinese Marxism (Sun Yat-sen, Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zemin, Hu Jintao, Xi Jinping), study and evaluation of existing and potential strategies of current and potential strategies in intercultural communication practices (the Belt and Road Initiative) and the education system. The project envisages consideration of the concept and practice of "socialism with Chinese characteristics", determination of its current and possible impact on the socio-political life of Europe and Ukraine. The project focuses on analysing the philosophical and cultural content and practical goals of the humanitarian part of the Belt and Road Initiative, assessing the benefits and risks of its implementation for Europe and Ukraine.
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History of Philosophy and Social Science in Soviet Ukraine 1960s - 1990s