Seeing the invisible: the representation...

“It was Mirza Fatali (Akhundov) who brought the woman on stage, made her talk, laugh, cry, and for the first...

1 November / Turkay Gasimova

A Brief History of Post-Soviet...

This article reviews Azerbaijan’s post-Soviet cinema in the context of its priorities and creative freedom. That is, what issues were...

1 April / Sevda Sultanova

Academic Freedom and University

Abstract Academic freedom, which is the most important value for any university, both in democratic and authoritarian countries face new...

4 January / Ilkin Huseynli

Gilles Deleuze: Relationship between Philosophy...

Cinema was undoubtedly one of most the serious events of the twentieth century. Acceleration of scientific discoveries, in particular the...

15 December / Orkhan Imanov

Philosophy Versus Majority Opinion: Epistemic...

The idea that philosophy can only be understood by a chosen few, instead of everyone, is not a novelty. Accordingly,...

29 October / Tinay Mushdiyeva

(Azerbaijani) Rəsmi və qeyri-rəsmi millətçilik....

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16 July / Aneta Strzemżalska

(Azerbaijani) Periklin qəbirüstü nitqi

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4 July / Tinay Mushdiyeva

Some methodological elements of the...

  The subject of the research Turkey’s foreign policy has recently become increasingly ambitious in the regions such as the...

22 May / Nushaba Baghirova

On the Mir Jafar Bagirov’s...

The main opponents of Stalin within the Bolshevik party, and the potential opposition in general in the USSR were politically...

1 May / Samir Isayev

The Pre-Soviet Language Reform Movement...

In 1857, Mirza Fatali Akhundzadeh first proposed linguistic reforms in Azerbaijan, kicking off a century of intense efforts to transform...

1 May / Robert Denis