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Ilya Guryanov

  • Ilya Guryanov has been at HSE University since 2012.

Education and Degrees

  • 2017

    Candidate of Sciences* (PhD)

  • 2013

    Master's in History
    HSE University, history

  • 2010

    Degree
    Lomonosov Moscow State University, psychology

* Candidate of Sciences
According to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011, Candidate of Sciences belongs to ISCED level 8 - "doctoral or equivalent", together with PhD, DPhil, D.Lit, D.Sc, LL.D, Doctorate or similar. Candidate of Sciences allows its holders to reach the level of the Associate Professor.

Courses (2019/2020)

Courses (2018/2019)

Courses (2017/2018)

Editorial board membership

2018: Member of the Editorial Board, Платоновские исследования.

Conferences

  • 2016, April  "Marsilio Ficino’s reception of Michael Psellus: contexts and problems" - International Conference Modes of Thinking, Ways of Speaking, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow,  Russia. (Paper in Russian).

    2015, May "Medicine in Roger Bacon’s Thought: Original Ideas and Rhetoric" Seminar "History of Medieval Medicine", Faculty of Humanities, University of Pavia, Italy. (Paper in English)

    2014, April The concept of materia prima in the philosophy of Marsilio Ficino” - Lomonosov International Annual Conference, MSU, Moscow, Russia. (Paper in Russian).

    2014, March Constructing the origins of modern republicanism: The concept of civic humanism as a usable past” - International Conference A Usable Past: Applied and Interdisciplinary History, National Research University Higher School of Economics - St. Petersburg. (Paper in English).

    2013, December Reception of civic humanism concept in the Anglo-Saxon political thought” Regular seminar outsession Languages of intellectual culture, Warsaw, Poland. (Paper in Russian).

    2013, November Argumentativeness potentiality of Venus images in De vita of Marsilio Ficino33d Georgij Kurbatov Memorial Readings international annual conference, Saint Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia. (Paper in Russian).

    2013, April Corporality of invisible entities: argumentation features in medical-astrological treatise De vita of Marsilio Ficino” - Lomonosov International Annual Conference, MSU, Moscow, Russia. (Paper in Russian).

    2013, February “Reception of the language of Machiavelli’s works in pope apologetics’ writings - Regular Winter School in Political Philosophy Cold Head-2, EU, St.-Petersburg, Russia. (Paper in Russian).

    2012, October        “Qui difficile Minervae minuentis nervos iter agunt: strategies of argumentation in De vita of Marsilio Ficino in the perspective of ancient medicine and rhetoric” - 2nd Andrej Poletaev Memorial Readings International Conference, NSU HSE, Moscow, Russia. (Paper in Russian).

    2012, May Diplomate participator at the Citizenship, patriotism, cosmopolitism and other ways of relating to the one’s “homeland” International Workshop, Warsaw, Poland

    2011, May  “Notes about the illumination of Italian incunabula: illustrations in Hypnerotomachia Poliphili” Annual Pavel Berkov Memorial Readings International Conference. Book culture in context of international contacts, NASB, Minsk, Belarus. (Paper in Russian).

    2009, May  “Visual perception in Renaissance philosophy and literature” - Classical tradition and authority in social dimension International Student Conference, IBI AL, Warsaw, Poland. (Paper in Russian).

        2008, April “Psychological and metaphysical contexts of the Renaissance perception of images” - Lomonosov International Annual Conference, MSU, Moscow, Russia. (Paper in Russian)

  • 2019

    Пайдейя, государство, человек: антропология в Платоновской традиции (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: «Я. А. Коменский и М. Фичино в истории европейского платонизма: опыт сравнительного анализа»

  • 2018
    Платоновское наследие в исторической ретроспективе: интеллектуальные трансформации и новые исследовательские стратегии (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: «Представления о природе семени в ренессансном платонизме»
  • 6-я Международная московская платоновская конференция (Москва). Presentation: «Эмбриологические метафоры и λόγοι σπερματικοί в философии Марсилио Фичино»
  • 2017
    I Think, Therefore I Teach: Evolutions in Early Modern Education (Лёвен). Presentation: Philosophizing Physicians Between Christian Wolff’s Philosophy and Rhetoric: the Case of "Abhandlung von der Schönheit des menschlichen Körpers" (1746) by E.A. Nicolai
  • XXV Международная конференция «Универсум Платоновской мысли» (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: «Антропология Марсилио Фичино в зеркале эмбриологических представлений XV в.»
  • «РЕСПУБЛИКАНИЗМ: теория, история, современные практики» (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: «Исторический аргумент в зеркале политической теории»
  • 2016
    Аристотелевское наследие как конституирующий элемент европейской рациональности (Москва). Presentation: «Аристотелева психология в зеркале платонической экзегезы: комментарий Марсилио Фичино к Прискианову изложению "Об ощущениях" Теофраста»
  • Способы мысли, пути говорения (Москва). Presentation: «Контексты рецепции Михаила Пселла в философии Марсилио Фичино»
  • 2015
    ИНСТИТУЦИОНАЛЬНАЯ ИСТОРИЯ ФИЛОСОФИИ. Конференция памяти Романа Громова (Вороново). Presentation: К вопросу о преподавании философии в раннее Новое время: дискуссии вокруг институционального статуса “Флорентийской платоновской академии”

Dissertation for a degree of Candidate of Science

Publications17

Key Publications

·        Illumination of Italian incunable: the features of  Hypnerotomachia Poliphili

[K voprosu o formirovanii hudozhestvennogo oblika italianskoj inkunabuli: osobennosti illustrirovaniya “Gipnerotomachii Polifila”] Pavel Berkov Memorial Readings: Materials of International Conference (Minsk, 25/26 May, 2011). Moscow, PH Nauka, pp. 110–115.

 

·        The contexts of perceptual experience in the intellectual and artistic culture of the Italian Renaissance

[Konteksti perceptivnogo opita v intellektualno-hudozhestvennoj kulture italianskogo Vozrozhdeniya] Theory of art,Vol. 14. pp. 459–484.

 

·        The principles of mass ideas construction in High and Low of Carlo Ginzburg

[Principi konstruirovaniya massovix predstavlenij v “Verh i niz...” Karlo Ginzburga] Aspirant collection, Vol. 7, 2012, pp. 297–309.

 

·        The Ideas of Marsilio Ficino about Human Body and The Origins of Melancholy: Between Scholastic Medicine and Platonic Exegesis

[Predstavleniya Marsilio Fichino ob ustrojstve chelovecheskogo tela i prichinah melancholii: mezhdu universitetskoj medicinoj i platonicheskoj ekzegezoj] The Many Faces of Sophistic: Illegitimate Argumentation in European Intellectual Culture of Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Times, Moscow, PH HSE, 2014, pp. 298–313.

 

·        The Treatise on Medical Astrology De vita of Marsilio Ficino: history of writing and features of argumentation

[Medico-astrologicheskij traktat Marsilio Fichino “O zhizni”: istoriya sozdaniya i osobennosti argumentacii] Collection of NRU HSE student papers,Moscow, PH HSE, 2014, pp. 214–222.  

Participation in Research Projects

Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities, Research assistant

2011 – 2013 Project: Formation of a Disciplinary Field in Social Sciences and Humanities. Project leader: Prof. Irina Savelieva

2011 – 2013 Project: The Many Faces of Sophistic: Illegitimate Argumentation in European Intellectual Culture of Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Times. Project leaders: Prof. Elena Dragalina-Chernaja, Dr. Julia Ivanova

2013 – 2014 Project: Political Dimension of the Illegitimate Argument in the Humanities. Project leaders: Prof. Elena Dragalina-Chernaja, Dr. Julia Ivanova.

2015 – present Project: Self-reflection of Medicine in History: From ars medica to the positivist realm. Project leaders: Dr. Peter V. Rezvykh.

 

Functions:

       Conducting critical reviews of literature

       Organization of the regular seminar

       Organization of concluding scientific events

       Writing articles on the projects topic

       Presentation of the results of projects at the scientific events

       Coverage the results of theprojects in media

 

Russian National Science Foundation (RGNF), Research assistant

2012 – 2014            Project: Objectivity, validity and fact in the Early Modern humanities: historical reconstruction and the ways of reception. Project leader: Prof. Irina Savelieva

Functions:

       Writing articles on projects topic

       Presentations of the results of  the projects at the scientific events

       Coverage the results of the projects in media

 

Visiting student, internship:

april – may 2009 – University of Warsaw (Poland), IBI AL (tutor: Dr. Julia Ivanova)

february may 2015  University of Pavia (Italy), Faculty of Humanities (tutor: Prof. Chiara Crisciani) 

 

Research Interests

        History of knowledge

        History of Medieval and Early Modern Medicine

        History of argumentative practices

        Hermeneutics

        Neoplatonism and the platonic tradition  

Honours and Awards

2011-2012              Russian Federation Presidential Scholarship

2012           2nd prize at the Annual international student research works competition at NRU HSE

Essay: “The Ideas of Marsilio Ficino about Human Body and The Origins of Melancholy: Between Scholastic Medicine and Platonic Exegesis”


The National Research University – Higher School of Economics’ Academic Fund Program

2011–2013 Project: Formation of a Disciplinary Field in Social Sciences and Humanities. Project leader: Prof. Irina Savelieva;

2011–2013 Project: The Many Faces of Sophistic: Illegitimate Argumentation in European Intellectual Culture of Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Times. Project leaders: Prof. Elena Dragalina-Chernaja, Dr. Julia Ivanova;

2013–2014 Project: Political Dimension of the Illegitimate Argument in the Humanities. Project leaders: Prof. Elena Dragalina-Chernaja, Dr. Julia Ivanova.

2015–2016  Project: Self-reflection of Medicine in History: From ars medica to the positivist realm. Project leaders: Dr. Peter V. Rezvykh.

 

Russian National Science Foundation (RGNF)

2012–2014             Project: Objectivity, validity and fact in the Early Modern humanities: historical reconstruction and the ways of reception. Project leader: Prof. Irina Savelieva

Timetable for today

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Ilya Guryanov participated in a conference in Leuven

Research Assistant of IGITI Ilya Guryanov participated in a conference "I Think, Therefore I Teach: Evolutions in Early Modern Education", held in University of Leuven, Belgium, on October 26-27. He presented a talk "Philosophizing Physicians Between Christian Wolff’s Philosophy and Rhetoric: the Case of 'Abhandlung von der Schönheit des menschlichen Körpers' (1746) by E.A. Nicolai".

Andrey Poletayev Memorial Readings

On September 9, 2016, VI Poletayev Memorial Readings entitled "Natual Sciences and Humanities: New Interaction (Dis)Order" were held at the Higher School of Economics. Among the participants were two guest speakers: Karl Hall from Central European University (Budapest) and Kornelius Borck from Lübeck University (Lübeck).

Spring School Provides Italian Students Intense Exposure to Russian Culture

‘Texts and Places: Introduction to Russian History, Language and Culture’ (I testi dei luoghi: introduzione alla storia, alla cultura e alla lingua russa), an international Spring School at HSE organized jointly by Julia Ivanova, leading research fellow at the Poletayev Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities, and the University of Eastern Piedmont Amedeo Avogadro, took place from March 15 to 23.