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Автор, доктор биологических наук, профессор кафедры физиологии микроорганизмов биологического факультета МГУ Олескин Александр Владимирович, интересуется биополитикой с
Участвовал в ряде российских и международных конференций по биополитике и родственной проблематике, включая конференции "Наука-философия-религия", организованные Фондом Андрея первозванного, а также серию конференций ESF "Bacterial Networks”.
Prof. Alexander V. Oleskin has been working in the field of biopolitics since 1988. He made two visits to the Biopolitics International Organization (B.I.O., Athens, Greece) in 1991-1992 and 1993 and also spent 6 months working on several biopolitical projects at Dartmouth College (Hanover, NH, USA) in 1996. Oleskin has been lecturing on biopolitics for the students of the Faculty of Biology, Faculty of Foreign Languages, and Faculty of State Government of Mocow State University aince 1998. He is in charge of the Seminar of Biopolitics that has been regularly conducted at the Faculty of Biology since 1988 (see picture above ) In 1995-2009, he headed the Sector for Biosocial Studies ). Curently, Oleskin is a professor at the General Ecology department, Biology Faculty, Moscow State University. He also works part-time as a professor at the Department of Philosophy, Biomedical Ethics and the Humanities of Moscow State University for Medicine and Dentistry and at the History and Philosophy of Science Department of the Tnstitute of Philosophy (Russian Academy of Sciences).. Since 2010, oleskin is the Director of the Club of Biopolitics under the aegis of MSU and Moscow Society of Natural Scientists (see relevant page of the website). In 2001, Oleskin published a guidebook entitled Biopolitics. The Political Potential of the Modern Life Sciences whose second edition appeared in 2007. In 2012, he published two books: Network Structures in Biosystems and Human Society (in Russian) and Biopolitics (in English). He co-authored and edited the Terminological Dictionary (Thesaurus). The Bio-Humanities (2009) and The Bio-Humanities and the Environment (2011). Apart from various subfields of biopolitics per se, Oleskin is interested in neurochemistry, with special attention to the functions of monoamines (seronotin, dopamine, norepeinephrine, and histamine) that control the mental activities and social behavior of humans and animals. He is also involved in developing social technologies on the basis of biopolitics, with particular emphasis for their application to contemporary Russia.
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