17.10.2013 | 
Society
PHILOSOPHERS SUMMARIZED THEIR ACTIVITIES
PHILOSOPHERS SUMMARIZED THEIR ACTIVITIES
The series of lectures for professional tutors came to the finish line.

Today, Head of the Faculty of Philosophy of Dublin University College Maria Baghramyan delivered the last lecture in the framework of the project. It was headed “Analytical philosophy school for the lecturers of the RA HEI”.

 

The program was launched on October 7 and the initiator was the managerial staff of the Chair of Social Philosophy and Ethics of YSU Faculty of Philosophy and Psychology.

 

Assistant at this chair Arshak Balayan welcomed the participants and thanked the guests for sharing the knowledge and experience with the Armenian colleagues.

 

Maria Baghramyan’s report was headed "Relativism of the Morality”. She first talked about the morality relativism background, historical phases and developments and then presented all the provisions which in certain historical phases affect the forming of idea of morality.

 

Washington Western University Professor Ned Markosyan has also delivered lectures in the framework of the program.

 

Lectures have also been delivered by the specialists from different HEI of Armenia and NKR.

 

According to the organizers, the main objective of the event is to introduce Armenian philosophers the main issues discussed in the English-language philosophy, with the applicable scientific methods, as well as provide with the opportunity to form business relations with the tutors from various universities of Armenia.

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