Наливайко Инна Михайловна

Ina M. Nalivaika

Candidate of Philosophy, Associate Professor

Department of Philosophy of Culture

Kalvaryiskaia str. 9, room 525 Minsk Republic of Belarus 220004

Tel.: (+375-17) 259-70-57; e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Main Publications (optional):

In Russian:

  1. Nalivaika I. 1997 In Search for the Author (S. Kierkegaard - V. Rosanov: the Dialogue within Time).//Kierkegaard and Modernity. Minsk, 1996, pp. 146-156.
  2. Nalivaika I. 1997 The Fancy-work of Writing: M. Heidegger - V. Rosanov.// M. Heidegger and Philosophy of the 20th century. - Minsk,1997, pp.123-129
  3. Nalivaika I. 1998 Everydayness: the Meeting with Another and the Movement of Subjectivation // From I to Another. Minsk, 1998, pp. 139-143.
  4. Nalivaika I. 1998 Romanticism. // The Newest Companion to Philosophy. Minsk, 1998, pp.578-580
  5. Nalivaika I. 2000 Topos and A-topia //Topos, Minsk, 2000, №1, pp. 92-95.
  6. Nalivaika I. 2001 Phenomenon of Everydayness within Intercultural Dialogue. // Selected Works of Belarusian State University. Minsk, 2001, pp.25-49.
  7. Nalivaika I. 2001 Philosophy and Literature in the Context of Russian Culture. // Philosophical Century. St. Petersburg, 2001, pp. 61-74.
  8. Nalivaika I. 2002 Fancy-work of Writing as the language of V. Rosanov's philosophy of everyday life. // Poetry-Philosophy-Everydayness. Moscow, 2002, pp. 239-254.
  9. Nalivaika I. 2002 Comparative Analysis of Power phenomenon in Slavonic and West-European Cultures. // East Slavs as Cultural and Ethnic Unity. Volgograd, 2002, pp. 47-61
  10. Nalivaika I. 2002 Everydayness as the Space of Dialogue. // Ontology of Dialogue. St. Petersburg, 2002, pp.282-301.
  11. Nalivaika I. 2005 Everydayness and the problem of cultural self-identification (the borders of culture and the culture of the borders) // in the Perspective of Cultural Studies: everydayness, language, society. - Moscow, Russian Institute for Cultural Studies, pp. 224-235
  12. Nalivaika I. 2006 The images of home in the works of Mikchail Bulgakov // Totallogy-XXI, Kiev, 2006, pp.434-445
  13. Nalivaika I. 2007 The Problem of everydayness in postclassical philosophy // Sofia. Casopis Filozofov Slovankych Krajin. 2007 - Instytut Filozofii UR, Rzeszow, pp. 51-68.
  14. Nalivaika I. 2007 The Specificity of Comprehension of Another in Russian and West European Philosophical Traditions // Filozofia w kulturach krajow slowianskich. - Rzeszow: Univewersytet Rzeszowski 2007, pp.265-272
  15. Nalivaika I. 2008 New forms of plurality and cultural diversity // Intercultural and interreligious dialogue for stable development, Moscow 2008, pp 352-358

In English:

  1. Nalivaika I. 2006 "Everydayness: "in search of lost time" // Filosofija.Sociologija. 2006 Nr. 1 - Vilnius, Lietuvos Mokslu Akademijos Leidykla, pp. 43-47
  2. Nalivaika I. 2008 "The images of time in the epoch of multiculturalism" // Limes. 2008 Nr. 2 - Vilnius, pp.131-138

Translations into Russian:

  1. G. Deleuze. Foldings, or the Inside of Thought (Subjectivation).//From I to Another: the Horizons of Intersubjectivity. - Minsk, 1997, pp.100-129.
  2. W.A. Brogan. Heidegger and Aristotle: Dasein and the Question of Practical Life // Topos, Minsk, 2000, №1, pp.22-30