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SUMMER SCHOOL. RETURN OF THE MONSTERS. EXPERIMENTS.

05.05.2021

SUMMER SCHOOL. RETURN OF THE MONSTERS. EXPERIMENTS.

The School of Advanced Studies (SAS) opens its doors over again for the 9th and 10th grade students as the Endless Futures and Human Limitations summer school is finally back to the offline reality.

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04.19.2021

CITY AS A TEXT — 2021

From April 20 to 30, 2021, all first-year students at the School of Advanced Studies (SAS) will study the core course The City as a Text.

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OPEN LECTURE. REPUBLICAN FREEDOM. BOOK PRESENTATION.

04.18.2021

OPEN LECTURE. REPUBLICAN FREEDOM. BOOK PRESENTATION.

On April 24, at 7 PM, the School for Advanced Studies (SAS) will hold an open lecture by Oleg Kharkhordin, Classical Republican Tradition in the 21st Century. It coincides with the presentation of his books: Res-Publica, or the Public Affair (2020) and Republic. Full Version (2021).

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OPEN LECTURES. <br>THE ACCESSIBILITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION. ACADEMIC CONTRACTS.

04.08.2021

OPEN LECTURES.
THE ACCESSIBILITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION. ACADEMIC CONTRACTS.

The School of Advanced Studies is announcing open lectures on the topic of the Economics of Higher Education conducted by Ilya Prakhov. 

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CHRISTOPHER NOLAN. TENET. PHILOSOPHY OF TIME

04.06.2021

CHRISTOPHER NOLAN. TENET. PHILOSOPHY OF TIME

What does modern science know about how time moves? Is it possible to invert time, that is, to make it move in the opposite direction? Could Nolan's script come true? These questions are answered by Giacomo Andreoletti, professor of SAS, specializing in the problem of philosophy of time.

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OPEN COURSE <br>“SELECTED TOPICS IN BIOPSYCHO­LOGY”

04.06.2021

OPEN COURSE
“SELECTED TOPICS IN BIOPSYCHO­LOGY”

Is human behavior a product of brain anatomy and physiology? Can psychology be considered as a biological discipline? What causes mental disorders? Why, despite the impressive advances in scientific knowledge in the post-genomic era, the development of treatments for mental illness remains such a challenge? Ayla Arslan, the SAS professor,…

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