The Institute of Philosophy of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and the Department of Philosophy of Culture of the Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences of the Belarusian State University held a presentation of publications devoted to the history of philosophical thought in Belarus.
The Institute of Philosophy presented a unique publication on the fundamental values of the traditional society of Belarusians called «A little closer to the Sun, a little further from the Moon: Belarusian folk philosophy» by T. V. Valodzina and others ; compilers and editorial board: I. M. Dubyanetskaya, S. I. Sanko; National academy of Sciences of Belarus, Institute of Philosophy. – Minsk: Belarusian Science, 2021. – 481 p.). For the first time, the publication presents an attempt of the systematical reconstruction of the key themes, ideas and concepts of the traditional worldview of Belarusians, covering the folk ideas about the origin and structure of the world, about man, about a fair social order and the fundamental values of the traditional society of Belarusians. In addition, during the presentation at the information stand was an exposition of the latest printed novelties, published at the Institute of Philosophy of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, was launched. BSU researchers presented the book «Anthology of the Philosophical Thought of Belarus»: the handbook. In 3 vols. Vol. 2, part 1 / compiler: A. A. Lyagchylin [and others]; editorial board: A. A. Lyagchylina, A. Yu. Dudchyk. – Minsk: BSU, 2021. – 223 p. ).
The presentation, which took place at the Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences of the Belarusian State University, was attended by authors, scientists and compilers of the publications. From the Institute of Philosophy of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus: Deputy Director for Research, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor Andrey Yuryevich Dudchik, Senior Researcher, Doctor of Theology Irina Mikhailovna Dubenetskaya, Head of the Department of Philosophy of Culture, Candidate of Philological Sciences Sergey Ivanovich Sanko. The presentation was also attended by representatives of students and researchers interested in the intellectual culture of Belarus. The presentation was held simultaneously in offline and online formats, which made it possible to expand the audience in a pandemic situation.