Department of Philosophy and Psychology

 

 

Eduard Semenyuk, Doct. of Philos. Sciences, Prof.
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Head of the Department,
Doct. of Philos. Sciences, Prof.
Eduard Semenyuk



As a separate educational and scientific structure Department of Philosophy exists from 1981. Before that time philosophical disciplines were teaching by structures of more general profile. Assoc. Profs (and later – Profs) V. M. Chupryna, V. M. Svintsitskyy, M. M. Vernykov, Assoc. Profs V. D. Mazur, B. A. Steblych were Heads of those Departments. From 1981 Ph. D. G. A. Perfilov was a Head of the Department of Philosophy, some later – Prof. O. M. Sychyvytsya, Assoc. Profs V. F. Potapchuk and M. A. Skrynnyk. From 1993 Prof. Eduard Semenyuk is a Head of the Department. He is an Active Member of Ukrainian Academy of Informatics, New York Academy of Sciences and the International Academy of Noosphere (Sustainable Development). The teaching of psychological disciplines was added some later, and from 2014 this structure has its up-to-date name: Department of Philosophy and Psychology. At different times Assoc. Profs Lyudmyla Ryzhac and Vasylyy Balanchuk, Assists Igor Sulzhenko and Olga Gostynetskayya have been worked here. Nowadays Sr. Labors Iryna Kovalyk and Liubov Vozniak are working at the Department.

  1.         Eduard Semenyuk, Head of the Department, Doct. of Philos. Sciences, Prof.
  2. Mykhaylo Skrynnyk, Doct. of Philos. Sciences, Prof.
  3. Karina Shamlyan, Ph. D., Assoc. Prof.
  4. Ivan Vozniak, Ph. D., Assoc. Prof.
  5. Lilia Florko, Ph. D., Assoc. Prof.
  6. Oleksandra Shykula, Ph. D., Assoc. Prof.

Bachelor Programs:

  • Philosophy
  • Logics
  • Aesthetics
  • Psychology
  • Fundamentals of Psychology
  • Pedagogics and Psychology
  • Fundamentals of Psychology and Pedagogics

Master Programs:

  • Philosophy of Science
  • Philosophical Fundamentals of Sustainable Development
  • Philosophical Problems of Scientific Cognition
  • Pedagogics and Psychology of Higher Education
  • Psychological and Pedagogical Fundamentals of Teachers Activity.
  • Psychology of Management

Ph. D. Programs:

  • Philosophy and Methodology of Science.
  • Professional Pedagogics.

General direction of the research activities of the Department academic staff is: “Philosophical and world outlook aspects of interrelation of man and society on the border of the millenniums”.

This general direction has 2 divisions:

  1. Actual philosophical and psychological problems of modern science and social practice. The problem of social responsibility in the present-day science. (A head of the division – Doct. of Philos. Sciences, Prof. Eduard Semenyuk; Ph, D., Assoc. Prof. Karina Shamlyan).
  2. Spiritual and cultural traditions of a nation and a man: philosophical and psychological aspects. Peculiarities of the epoch of globalization. (A head of the division – Doct. of Philos. Sciences, Prof. Mykhaylo Skrynnyk; Ph. Ds, Assoc. Profs Ivan Vozniak, Lilia Florko, Oleksandra Shykula).

The main results of the 1st division for the last 5 years (2015-2019):

  1. Semenyuk E. P. Globalization of the Information Area and its Significance for Mankind // Scientific and Technical Information Processing. – Vol. 42. – New York: Allerton Press Inc., 2015. – № 1. – P. 1-12.
  2. Semenyuk E. P. Informatics in the Context of the Differentiation and Integration of Science // Scientific and Technical Information Processing. – Vol. 43. – New York: Allerton Press Inc., 2016. – № 1. – P. 8-19.
  3. Semenyuk E. P. Information within a System of the Basic Categories of a Planetary Analysis // Scientific and Technical Information Processing. – Vol. 44. – New York: Allerton Press Inc., 2017. – № 1. – P. 1-14.
  4. Semenyuk E. P. Man and Information in the Mirror of Science: Past, Present, and Future // Scientific and Technical Information Processing. – Vol. 45. – New York: Allerton Press Inc., 2018 – №1 – P. 1-13.
  5. Semenyuk E. P. The Information Effect of Transdisciplinarity in the Concept of Sustainable Development //Scientific and Technical Information Processing. – 46. – New York: Allerton Press Inc., 2019. – № 1. – P. 1-13.
  6. Karina Shamlyan. Will Organization of Personality: Experience of Theoretical and Empiric Research. – Monography. – Lviv: UNFU, 2016. – 104 p. (in Ukrainian).

The main results of the 2nd division for the last 5 years (2015-2019):

  1. Lilia Florko and oths. Philosophical and Psychological Dimension of the Relation “Man-Nature”. Text-book – Lviv: Liga-Press, 2015. – 270 p. (in Ukrainian).
  2. Mykhaylo Skrynnyk. Historical and Philosophical Context of Ukrainian Identity Forming: Monography. – Lviv: TZOV “Business School UBS”, 2018. – 214 p. (in Ukrainian).

  1. Eduard Semenyuk. Philosophical Fundamentals for Sustainable Development. Text-book for masters and post-graduates. – Lviv: Afisha, 2002. – 200 p. (in Ukrainian).
  2. Eduard Semenyuk, Volodymyr Melnyk. Philosophy of Modern Science and Engineering. Text-book, the 3rd ed. – Lviv: LNU I. Franko, 2017. – 364 p. (in Ukrainian). – Internet.
  3. Mykhaylo Skrynnyk, Lilia Florko, Mykola Florko. Philosophy. Text-book – Lviv: Liga-Press, 2015. – 479 p. (in Ukrainian).
  4. Lilia Florko and oths. Philosophical and Psychological Dimension of the Relation “Man-Nature”. Text-book – Lviv: Liga-Press, 2015. – 270 p. (in Ukrainian).
  5. Eduard Semenyuk and oths. Ecologization of Society: Social Role and Modelling. With a preface by Acad. Yuriy Tunytsya. – Monography. – Lviv: Ukr. Acad. of Printing, 2012. – 460 p. (in Ukrainian, English, and Russian).
  6. Mykhaylo Skrynnyk. Historical and Philosophical Context of Ukrainian Identity Forming: Monography. – Lviv: TZOV “Business School UBS”, 2018. – 214 p. (in Ukrainian).
  7. Karina Shamlyan. Will Organization of Personality: Experience of Theoretical and Empiric Research. – Monography. – Lviv: UNFU, 2016. – 104 p. (in Ukrainian).

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