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Bazaluk Oleg

Oleg Bazaluk

Oleg Bazaluk (February 5, 1968, Lozovaya, Kharkiv Region, Ukraine) is a Doctor of Sciences, a Professor, philosopher, political analyst and writer, and the author of one of the modern scientific theories of evolution, that of ‘Evolving Matter’. His research interests include interdisciplinary studies in the fields of neurobiology, psychology, neurophilosophy, and cosmology. To date, he has published 17 books and over 130 articles.

He founded the International Society of Philosophy and Cosmology (ISPC) and the annual international project ‘Space Travels’. He is also Editor-in-Chief of the academic journals Philosophy and Cosmology and Future Human Image.

Professor of Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky Hryhoriy Skovoroda State Pedagogical University (2000-2017).

Head of the Department of Philosophy and Social Sciences Kyiv University of Tourism, Economics and Law (2009-2013).

Email: bazaluk#ukr.net

Education:

  • 2013 – The training at the Embassy school (Brighton, United Kingdom).
  • On March 30, 2007, the defence of the doctoral dissertation on History of Philosophy (DSc): The Existential-Philosophical Analysis of a Phenomenon of Life in the West European Philosophy at the end of 19th – the First Half of 20th Century. (Oles Gonchar Dnepropetrovsk National University).
  • 2003-2006. - Doctoral Studies (Grigory Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine).
  • On February 23, 2001, the defence of the candidate thesis on social philosophy (PhD): The Crisis of System “Human-Nature” in the Conditions of Technogenic Civilization and a Way of its Overcoming (Grigory Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine).
  • From 1985 to 1989, Studying at Ordzhonikidze Military Command College, of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR (now the North Caucasian Military Institute of Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia). Honors degree.
  • 1975-1985, Lozovaya, studying at school number 3.

Main stages of scientific activity:

  • At the beginning of 2000, Oleg Bazaluk offered the theoretical model of the evolution “Evolving Matter.” In the model, the new theory of evolution, which is based on the modern research of cosmology, geology, biology and neurosciences is formulated; the regularity formation of human mentality at scales of the Universe is shown. The large-scale argumentation of the model is expounded in the monographs: (in Russian language) The Universe: Living and Intelligent Matter (Dnepropetrovsk: Porogi, 2005); (in Russian language) Space Travels – Traveling Mentality (Kyiv: KNT, 2012); and (in Russian language) The Philosophical Problems of Cosmology (Kharkiv: NTU “Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute,” 2013).
    The modern vision of the model “Evolving Matter” was expounded in the monograph: (in Russian and English languages) The Theory of Evolution: from the Space Vacuum to Neural Ensembles and Moving Forward (Kyiv: ISPC, 2014; Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016).
  • Since 2003, Oleg Bazaluk has started to investigate the modern world educational systems. He studied the models of education in universities of France, Germany, Austria, England, United States, Czech Republic, Russia, Belarus and China. On the basis of the developed model of evolution, he offered his vision of the Philosophy of Education. The author's vision of the influence of educational process on evolving mentality and the features of development of cosmic (strategic, noospheric) views are expounded in the monograph: (in Russian language) The Philosophy of Education on Basis of the New Cosmological Concept (Textbook. Kyiv: Condor, 2010), and the philosophical prose (in Russian language) The Woman for Inspiration (Poltava: ASMІ, 2013).
  • Since 2009, the author has begun to research the features of formation, development and manifestation of the human brain in long space travels. The results of these studies are expounded in the course of lectures: (in Russian language) Space Travels – Traveling Mentality (Kyiv: KNT, 2012).
  • Since February 2014, since the beginning of the Russian aggression against Ukraine, the author started researching the ontology of war and peace. Using the results of empirical and theoretical research in the field of geophilosophy, as well as neuroscience, psychology, social philosophy and military history, the author developed the theory of war and peace. He has been developing a new theoretical basis for the European Security Strategy and World Security. The results of the studies were expounded in the book: (in Russian and English languages) The Theory of War and Peace: The Geophilosophy of Europe (Kyiv: ISPC, 2016; Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017).

Awards:

  • Honorary Member of the International Academy of Noosphere (Sustainable Development). Protocol № 11 from 17.10.2013
  • Diploma of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (the parliament). Decree of the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine № 1824 of October 1, 2013.
  • Honorary Medal of Honour “Grigoriy Skovoroda” of Pereyaslav-Khmelnitsky Pedagogical University. The certificate number 210 of October 4, 2012.
  • In August, 2011 the President of Ukraine appropriated a rank Honored Worker of Education of Ukraine in the decree No. 845/2011.
  • Gold Medal of a Name of Natalia Ilyinichna Sats (the International Academy of Art). Certificate: "AC 03-92", protocol No. 1 of January 20, 2006.
  • The medal “For Excellent Service on Protection of a Public Order” on behalf of the Supreme Council of the USSR the Decree of Presidium of the Supreme Council of Azerb. The Soviet Socialist Republic of April 6, 1988.

Publications

Monographs

  • (in English) Bazaluk, Oleg. The Theory of War and Peace, Geophilosophy of Europe. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017. – 185 p.
  • (in English) Bazaluk, Oleg. Corruption in Ukraine: Rulers’ Mentality and the Destiny of the Nation, Geophilosophy of Ukraine. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016. – 250 р.
  • (in English) Bazaluk, Oleg. The Theory of Evolution: From a Space Vacuum to Neural Ensembles and Moving Forward. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016. – 170 p.
  • (in Russian and Ukrainian) Bazaluk, Oleg. Corruption in Ukraine: Rulers’ Mentality and the Destiny of the Nation. Geophilosophy of Ukraine. Kyiv: ISPC, 2016. – 240 p.
  • (in Russian) Bazaluk, Oleg. The Heroes of Ukraine on Education: Book 1. Kyiv: ISPC, 2014. – 56 p.
  • (in Russian and in English) Bazaluk, Oleg. The War in Ukraine. Reports from the Burning Kyiv. Kyiv: ISPC, 2014. – 24 p.
  • (in Russian) Bazaluk, Oleg. The Theory of Evolution: from the Space Vacuum to Neural Ensembles and Moving Forward. Kyiv: ISPC, 2014. – 312 p.
  • (in Russian) Bazaluk, Oleg, and Illiana Vladlenova. Philosophical Problems of Cosmology. Kharkiv: NTU "Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute", 2013. – 190 p.
  • (in Russian) Bazaluk, Oleg. Woman for Inspiration. Poltava: ASMІ, 2013. – 352 p.
  • (in Russian) Bazaluk, Oleg. Space Travels – Traveling Mentality. The course of lectures. Kyiv: KNT, 2012. – 424 p.
  • (in Russian) Bazaluk, Oleg. Crazy: a Fundamental Principle of Life and Death. Kyiv: Kondor, 2011. – 346 p.
  • (in Russian) Bazaluk, Oleg. Philosophy of Education on Basis of the New Cosmological Concept. Textbook. Kyiv: Condor, 2010. – 458 p.
  • (in Ukrainian) Bazaluk, Oleg, and Nataliya Yukhimenko. Philosophy of Education: Textbook. Kyiv: Kondor, 2010. – 164 p.
  • (in Russian) Bazaluk, Oleg. Philosophy of Life: From Voluntarism to Existentialism. Comparative Analysis. Vinnitsa: O.Vlasyuk, 2006. – 292 p.
  • (in Russian) Bazaluk, Oleg. The Universe: Living and Intelligent Matter. (The historical-philosophical and natural-science analysis on basis of the new cosmological concept). Dnepropetrovsk: Porogi, 2005. – 412 p.
  • (in Russian and English) Bazaluk, Oleg. Time on Basis of the New Cosmological Concept. Dnepropetrovsk: Porogi, 2003. – 127 p.
  • (in Russian and in English) Bazaluk, Oleg. Origin of Mankind: a New Cosmological Concept. Dnepropetrovsk: Porogi, 2003. – 144 p.
  • (in Russian) Bazaluk, Oleg. The Essence of Human Life. Kyiv: Naukova Dumka, 2002. – 272 p.
  • (in Russian) Bazaluk, Oleg. Intelligent Substance. Kyiv: Naukova Dumka, 2000. – 368 p.
  • (in Russian) Bazaluk, Oleg. From Theory of Life... Kharkiv: Basis (Kharkiv State University), 1999. – 352 p.

Collective monographs

  • (in Ukrainian) The Hybrid War: in Verbo et in Praxi. Edited by Roman Dodonov. Vinnytsa: Nilan-LTD, 2017. - 410 p.
  • (in Russian) Future Human Image: Whom and How should We Educate in the Rising Generations. Vol. 3. Edited by Oleg Bazaluk. Kyiv: ISPC, 2013. - 340 p.
  • (in Russian) Future Human Image: Whom and How should We Educate in the Rising Generations. Vol. 2. Edited by Oleg Bazaluk. Kyiv: Skif Publishing House, 2012. - 408 p.
  • (in Russian) Space Travel. Edited by Oleg Bazaluk. Kharkov: ISPC, FLP Kovalenko A.V. - 2012. - Book 2. - 240 p.
  • (in Ukrainian and in English) Cosmic Ukraine. Pereyaslav Region: almanac. Auth. project: O. Bazaluk, O. Shkyra, chief editor of Council L. Kadenyuk. Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi; Kyiv.: TSUL, 2012. - 144 p.
  • (in Russian) Future Human Image: Whom and How should We Educate in the Rising Generations. Vol. 1. Edited by Oleg Bazaluk. Kyiv: Condor, 2011. - 328 p.
  • (in Russian) Space Travel: Science, Education, and Practice. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference on Dec. 2, 2010. - Kyiv: KUTEL, 2010. - 257 p.

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  1. More than 150

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