The Panoptic State, Privacy, and...

Violations of privacy in political and social relations, such as interfering in private life, the sharing of private information, and...

23 July, 2021 / Nurlana Jalil

Bilik nədir? (klassik baxış)

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12 July, 2021 / Anar Jafarov

Multiculturalism in Azerbaijan

From a European perspective, the resumption of the conflict in Karabakh in the autumn of 2020 could be easily interpreted:...

6 July, 2021 / Benoit Filou

Drug Services in Azerbaijan During...

Studies conducted in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic have shown that drug services continue to experience shortages in...

21 June, 2021 / Aysel Sultan

Azerbaijan and International Corruption Scandals

In Transparency International’s annual Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) for 2020, Azerbaijan received a score of 30, ranking 129th out of...

3 June, 2021 / Toghrul Veliyev

The Main Trend of 2020:...

In the economic life of Azerbaijan, 2020 was marked by the establishment of various state funds (actually charitable funds). Although...

25 March, 2021 / Toghrul Veliyev

Feminizm: anlayışlar, cərəyanlar, tədqiqat istiqamətləri

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1 March, 2021 / Nurlana Jalil

Disenchantment With the Past and...

This research paper seeks to explore the history of secularism in the Muslim-populated territories of the South Caucasus region, more...

30 January, 2021 / Turkay Gasimova

Biker and Rock Subcultures in...

Biker and rock subcultures share almost the same set of values, dress code, behavior and moral norms. The cultural connection...

21 December, 2020 / Said Riad

What Is Pacifism? (An Ethical View)

To be a pacifist (from the Latin pax "peace" and ficus "making," "doing") means to be against war, to be...

7 December, 2020 / BRI Philosophy Studies Group

Housing and Wealth Inequality in...

Housing affordability is viewed by many as a way of assessing the socioeconomic stability of a country. Housing being one...

23 November, 2020 / Firuza Nahmadova

Two Shores: The Role of...

On the cover of a fifth grade history textbook is a map of the Republic of Azerbaijan.[1] This map does...

25 September, 2020 / Benoit Filou

Subcultures in Azerbaijan: 1980-2010

This article describes the forms in which the subculture phenomenon manifested itself and developed, or failed to develop, in Azerbaijan...

25 August, 2020 / Said Riad

Subcultures in Soviet Azerbaijan

Beginning in the second half of the last century, a complex social phenomenon known as subculture began to emerge in...

11 May, 2020 / Said Riad

The Taghiyev-Behbudov Affair: Conflict Among Caucasian...

On May 16, 1911, at about 3:15 in the afternoon, Lutfali bey Behbudov stepped out of a phaeton in the...

21 March, 2020 / Robert Denis

A review of global drug...

Over the past two decades, drug policy has globally evolved in a different direction. globally. The classic 'war on drugs'...

3 January, 2020 / Aysel Sultan

“Həqiqət”in mənası barədə

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8 November, 2019 / Anar Jafarov

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, 2019 / Turkay Gasimova

Female Characters in Azerbaijani Cinema

In the 120-year-old Azerbaijani cinema, in contrast to women’s issues, male heroes as well as their problems and worldviews are...

30 September, 2019 / Sevda Sultanova

A Comprehensive Approach to Bullying...

Conflicts between children are often viewed with indifference by adults. School officials and parents feel that it is pointless to...

15 August, 2019 / Lala Mahmudova

Analitik fəlsəfə nədir?

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12 August, 2019 / Anar Jafarov

Justice, Primitive and Modern: Dispute...

One of the main difficulties of anarchists today is to explain how stateless societies will deal with wrongdoers: what will...

2 July, 2019 / Bob Black

Rethinking National Narratives in the...

The beginning of the 20th century was an eventful time for three neighboring imperial powers as the Russian Revolution of...

24 May, 2019 / Alireza Hodaei

Vətənsizlikdə mənzil qurmaq

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22 April, 2019 / Elnura Jivazada

Domestic Violence: A Common Problem...

Domestic violence is the most widespread gender problem in Azerbaijan. In most households, domestic violence reveals itself in certain forms:...

3 April, 2019 / Lala Mahmudova

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, 2019 / Sevda Sultanova

Homosexuality Is Not a Disease

Homosexuality remains unaccepted in many societies, illegal and punishable, with some countries even retaining the death penalty for it.[i] It...

20 February, 2019 / Zumrud Jalilova

Freqe fəlsəfəsi nədir və tərcüməsi...

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12 February, 2019 / Tinay Mushdiyeva

Academic Freedom and University

The final version of this article has been published in English as a book chapter in La liberté académique: principes,...

4 January, 2019 / 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, 2018 / 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, 2018 / Tinay Mushdiyeva

Importance of Utopias

In Azerbaijan, many new and especially liberal ideas are ridiculed by the general public as well as the local, overwhelmingly...

30 August, 2018 / Ilkin Huseynli

Democracy or Epistocracy? A Choice...

In the previous article named Importance of Voter Competence in Democracy, I discussed the dangers posed by low level of...

23 June, 2018 / Ilkin Huseynli

Reforms and Experiments in Secondary...

About 30 years have passed since Azerbaijan regained independence with the breakup of the Soviet Union. This process is not...

22 June, 2018 / BRI Economic Team

Nationalism: Its Conservative, Liberal, and...

Historically, people have been loyal to their ancestral traditions, native lands, defined territories, and existing power-holders. But new trends that...

14 June, 2018 / Farid Zulfugarli

Overlooked Youth: How Does National...

  Brief Study Report[i][ii] Through decades drug use has been one of the most stigmatized and moralized as well as...

31 May, 2018 / Aysel Sultan

Importance of Voter Competence in...

Popular democratic theory assumed that democratic citizens were rational voters who elaborate the positions of candidates on most, if not...

27 May, 2018 / Ilkin Huseynli

Addressing High Infant Mortality Rate...

Introduction It is undeniable that the Azerbaijan Government has made significant progress in addressing infant mortality during the oil boom...

24 May, 2018 / Parviz Ahmadov

The Social Protection of Mothers...

Securing an effective social protection of children under the age of 18 is a strategic task for responsible and accountable...

24 May, 2018 / BRI Economic Team

The creation of the common...

In August 2010, when visiting Azerbaijan, the-then Turkish President Abdullah Gül visited Oncallı village in Azerbaijan’s northwest district of Qax...

23 May, 2018 / Elshan Mustafayev

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, 2018 / 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, 2018 / Samir Isayev

Intellectual tradition, rationality, and freedom

"The mystical is not how the argument is, but that it is. (L. Wittgenstein: The mystical is not how the...

1 May, 2018 / Tinay Mushdiyeva

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, 2018 / Robert Denis