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Knowledge, Man and Civilization - ISCKMC 2020

Proceedings of International Scientific Congress «Knowledge, Man and Civilization» (ISCKMC 2020), 22-25 October, 2020, Complex Scientific Research Institute named after H.I. Ibragimov of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia


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About This Proceeding

The volume contains selected papers submitted for the biannual conference of International Scientific Congress «Knowledge, Man and Civilization» on October 22-25, 2020, in Complex Scientific Research Institute named after H.I. Ibragimov of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia.

The objective of the conference was to reinforce academic ties between research organizations and universities in the wide sphere of social, political, and cultural studies. The event was dedicated to the discussions, opinions, and reports concerning cultural, legal, historical, and political aspects of social transformations altering local communities and affecting global trends.

The 512 full papers presented were subjected to a single-blind review process and selected from 384 submissions. The main sessions of the event were:

  • Cross-cultural communications and global integration in the academic environment
  • Science as a social enterprise
  • The educational mission of the academic community
  • Scientometrics, public services, and management is science
  • The social and cultural value of the scientific legacy
  • Scientific worldview, philosophical worldview, and scientific consciousness
  • Scientific personnel training and certification
  • Interdisciplinary cohesion in social science, engineering, humanities, and natural sciences

The detailed programme of the conference is available at 
http://sib-publish.ru/?hum17&en


This volume has been sponsored by:

 

Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR)

 

Keywords

Science philosophy academic community scientific progress education methodology of science academic communication