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Balinchenko, Svitlana

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Balinchenko, Svitlana - Ph.D. (Social Philosophy and Philosophy of History), Associate Professor of the Chair of Philosophy, Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University (Chernivtsi, Ukraine).

Svitlana Balinchenko, born on December 18, 1977, in Makiivka city of Donetsk oblast, Ukraine; Doctor of Philosophy (09.00.03 − Social Philosophy and Philosophy of History); Associate Professor of the Chair of Philosophy, Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, Chernivtsi, Ukraine; author of more than 40 scientific papers. Since 2005, has been the lecturer in Philosophy of Language, Discourse Analysis, Semiotics, Social Philosophy, Communicative Philosophy, Philosophy of Law, Philosophy of Politics, Hermeneutics; conducted undergraduate tutorials/supervisions and research seminars in philosophy of language, semiotics, social philosophy, theory of communication, identity and otherness studies, as well as general research seminars on contemporary philosophical literary sources; has been a coordinator of all-Ukrainian and international start-ups aimed at popularization of philosophy (Philosophical Laboratory project; philosophical almanac Metanoia).

sp.balinchenko(-at-)gmail.com

Academic interests: Communication and Discourse Studies, Philosophy of Language, Social Philosophy, right- and community-based approaches to the problem of otherness (We-Other-Alien groups).

Educational Background

2011, 2016: Institute of Philosophy, National Academy of Science, Kyiv (Retraining Diploma of Higher School of Philosophy)

2005: Defense of the PhD thesis “The Communicative Grounds for Integration Processes in Modern Societies”, Donetsk State University

2001–2004: Horlivka State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages, post-graduate studies

1995–2000: Horlivka State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages,(Specialist Degree in English Language, Foreign Literature, Russian Language and Literature, 2000)

International training, MOOC

2019

The State University of New Jersey (Rutgers) electronically rated course Revolutionary Ideas: Utility, Justice, Equality, Freedom; rated 95.5 out of 100.

2017

The University of Edinburgh electronically rated course Philosophy and the Sciences: Introduction to the Philosophy of Cognitive Sciences; rated 95.0 out of 100; The University of Edinburgh electronically rated course Philosophy and the Sciences: Introduction to the Philosophy of Physical Sciences; rated 95.0 out of 100.

2016

The University of Yale electronically rated course Moral Foundations of Politics; rated 92.8 out of 100; The University of Pennsylvania electronically rated course Ancient Philosophy: Aristotle and His Successors; rated 98.4 out of 100.

2015

The University of Copenhagen certificate-granted course Søren Kierkegaard - Subjectivity, Irony and the Crisis of Modernity

2013

The University of Edinburgh certificate-granted course Introduction to Philosophy (Epistemology, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Mind, Moral Philosophy and Metaphysics); The University of Tokyo certificate-granted course Conditions of War and Peace

Main published papers

  1. The Stages of I-Concept Forming in the Intercultural Communication [Стадії формування Я-концепції суспільства у міжкультурній комунікації] in Мультиверсум (Multiversum, Kyiv: Ukrainskyi Tsentr Dukhovnoi Kultury 2004), 128-139.
  2. The Problems of Integrating the Societies with the Contradictory Intentions [Проблематика інтеграції суспільств із суперечливими інтенціями] in Філософія і соціологія в контексті сучасної культури (Philosophy and Social Studies in the Context of Modern Culture, Dnipropetrovsk: DNU 2006), 80-90.
  3. The Categories of Otherness as a Factor for the Political Opposition Image (on Depicting Ukrainian Politics in British Press) [Категорії інакшості як фактор утворення образу політичної опозиції (на матеріалі зображення українських політичних сил у британській пресі)] in Політологічний вісник (Politics Bulletin, Kyiv 2009), 30-40.
  4. Mythologemes of Otherness and Language in the Informational Space of the Modern Ukraine [Мифологемы инаковости и языка в информационном пространстве современной Украины] in Образ мира в зеркале языка (World Reflection in the Mirror of Language, Мoscow 2011), 398-403.
  5. Hyperreality Realizations in the Ukrainian Informational Space: Mythologemes of Integration and Differentiation [Прояви гіперреальності в українському інформаційному просторі: інтеграційні та диференційні міфологеми] in Політологічна думка (Political StudiesThought, Kyiv 2011), 49-57.
  6. Mythologemes-forming on Fairness and Otherness in the Political Discourse of the Modern Ukraine [Мифологизация справедливости и инаковости в политическом дискурсе современной Украины] in Ценности и коммуникация в современном обществе (Values and Communication in a Modern Society, Saint-Petersburg 2012), 182-185.
  7. Aspects of the Totality Model Analysis and Review of Overcoming Totality in the Post-war European Philosophy [Напрямки аналізу тоталітарної моделі й осмислення шляхів подолання тотальності у повоєнній європейській філософії] in Грані історії (Dimensions of History, Horlivka 2013), 319-325.
  8. The Impact of a Control Model Shift on the Social Identity [Вплив трансформації моделі контролю на суспільну ідентичність] in Молодий вчений (Young Scientist / Molody Vcheny, Kherson 2016), 221-224.
  9. A Modern Person as a Subiectum Neglegens: on the Problem of Constructive and Destructive Ignoring, World Journal of Social Science Research. Vol. 3, # 1, 2016: 114-119
  10. Discourse-Related Responsibility in the Informational Space of Modern Ukraine: Communicative Dimensions of Otherness Exoticization [Дискурсивна відповідальність в інформаційному просторі сучасної України: комунікативні виміри екзотизації інакшості] in Молодий вчений (Young Scientist / Molody Vcheny, Kherson 2017), 108-112.
  11. Mythologeme-forming Tendencies Arising from the Liberal Democracy Patterns [Тенденції формування міфологем на основі патернів ліберальної демократії], a chapter in joint monograph Jose Ortega y Gasset: Life, Historical Reason and Liberal Democracy, Chernivtsi, 2017: 554-564.
  12. Hyperdemocratic Patterns of Justice and Law in the Context of Democracy Drift, Науковий Вісник Чернівецького університету (Naukovyi Visnyk: Philosophy, Chernivtsi, 2017), 71-75.
  13. Dividual Projections of Otherness Viewed through the Context of Territorialization and Deterritorialization [Дивідуальні проекції інакшості в контексті територизації та детериторизації in Вісник Львівського університету (Visnyk of the Lviv University. Series Philos.-Political Studies, 2018], 48-54.
  14. Recipient Myopia in the perspective of Multiple Identities Issue [«Міопія реціпієнта» в контексті проблеми множинної ідентичності] in Науковий Вісник Чернівецького університету (Naukovyi Visnyk: Philosophy, Chernivtsi, 2017), 81-85.
  15. Balinchenko S. Mythologeme-Related Crisis of Identity: Reality and Fictional Markers of Alienation, Future Human Image, Vol. 11, 2019: 5-13.
 


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