“The overall goal of state and churches — to work together to ensure access to religious education...”

“In the case of theology we have three actors: state, church and theology as a science…”

“We need to re-position religion in an enlightened society...”

The Concept of Transculturation as a Theoretical Frame of “Science and Religion” Discourse

Philosophical Rationality between Religion and Science: Russian Hegelianism at the End of the 19th Century

Creation, Evolution, and the Boundaries of Science: The Debate in the United States

Ethos of Religion and Forms of Rationality

The article examines the relationship between religion and science (or rational activities as a whole) as two irreducible basic aspects of human existence and two subsystems of culture, constituted by different systems of values and norms. Theories postulating their harmonious coexistence are failures, and we need to understand the profound causes of conflicts. These causes are not in the sphere of particular or general cognitive disagreements, but in fundamental difference of spiritual settings, that stand behind both religion and science.

Philosophy, Religion, and Science: the Models of Understanding

This article deals with the basic models of philosophical understanding of religion, those constitutive characteristics of it that determine its specificity in relation to other forms of human existence. The article outlines several approaches to the description of religion: Kantian, Hegelian, phenomenological, and analytical. The special character of religious thinking is defined by its participation in faith: religious thinking is like a meeting with an object of thought that reveals itself for the thought and thereby determines our thinking.