Buryak, Victor Vladimirovich

Buryak, Victor Vladimirovich / ISPC Member

Buryak Viktor (March 31, 1955, Gorlovka, Stalin (Donetsk) reg.) - PhD, associate professor. Professor of UNESCO (UNESCO) at TNU named after V. I. Vernadsky. Research interests: ancient philosophy, the methodology of modern science, noospherology, the theory of the information society, philosophy, technology, modern anthropology, global studies. Participant of the International philosophical and cosmological Society (IFCS). Artist.


  1. From 1979 to 1984 he learned at the Moscow State University named after M. Lomonosov. Specialization in the department of history of foreign philosophy. Head diplomas - Professor AF Zotov.
  2. 1999 defended his Ph.D. thesis in the "theory of knowledge" "The main types of rational discourse" (TNU named after V. I. Vernadsky).
  3. 2006-2009. - Learning in doctoral (TNU them. Vernadsky).
  4. March 2011 Documents of doctoral dissertation submitted to the specialized council.

The main stages of scientific activity

  1. In 2003 - 2006 Dean Deputy for research of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Tauride National University named after V.I. Vernadsky.
  2. In 2010 he completed and published the first textbook in the world on a specialty "noospherology."
  3. In 2011 he published the first in CIS monograph devoted to a comprehensive analysis of the phenomenon of "online revolution"
  4. In 2011 he published a monograph on the specifics of cultural globalization with exclusive issues, telling about the mechanism of the "cultural McDonaldization", "speed culture" and "memetics" in the information society.
  5. In 2012 – 2013 taking active participation in the preparation of the International Conference "V. I. Vernadsky and global problems of modern civilization" (Ukraine, Crimea, Simferopol, April 23-26, 2013) as a member of the organizing committee