VITALIY NADURAK

Professor at the Department of Philosophy, Sociology and Religious Studies of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University

Adress:

Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University

57 Shevchenko Str.,

Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine

E-mail: vnadurak@gmail.com

Education:

1996-2001 – BA & MA in Philosophy and Religious Studies, Department of Philosophy of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University

2001-2004 – PhD student in Ethics, Department of Philosophy of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University

Dissertations:

2005 – PhD from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. Thesis title: “Ethical dimension of noosphere’s concept”

2015 – DSc (Doctor of Sciences) from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. Thesis title: “System of social morality in the context of the basic principles of synergetics (ethic-philosophical analysis)”

Professional appointments:

2002-09 – 2008-04 – Assistant at the Department of Philosophy of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University

2008-04 – 2016-06 – Assistant Professor at the Department of Philosophy of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University

2016-06 – present – Professor at the Department of Philosophy, Sociology and Religious Studies of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University

Languages: Ukrainian (Native), Russian (Advanced), English (C level, Aptis General, British Council)

Teaching experience:

Philosophy

Moral decision-making theory

Critical thinking

Areas of research interest:

Moral decision-making theory (current research interest)

Self-organization of the system of social morality (past research interest)

Selected journal articles:

Nadurak, V. (2019). Why moral heuristics can lead to mistaken moral judgments. Kriterion – Journal of philosophy. Available at http://www.kriterion-journal-of-philosophy.org/kriterion/issues/Permanent/Kriterion-nadurak-01.pdf.  Accessed 11 Fabruary 2020.

Nadurak, V. (2018). Two types of heuristics in moral decision making. Filosofija. Sociologija, 29(3), pp. 141-149.

Nadurak, V. (2018). Moral heuristics: the history of research. Philosophical thought, Issue 4, pp. 71-84.

Nadurak, V. (2018). Two types of moral decision making. Philosophical thought, Issue 3, pp. 66-78.

Nadurak, V. (2017) Critical analysis of the reliability of intuitive moral decisions. Anthropological Measurements of Philosophical Research, Issue 11, pp.7-15.

Nadurak, V. (2016). Emotions and reasoning in moral decision making. Anthropological Measurements of Philosophical Research, Issue 10, pp.24-32.

Nadurak, V. (2015) System of Social Morality in the Context of the Basic Principles of Synergetics: Results of the Study. Filosofiya Osvity. Philosophy of Education, 17(2), 271-280.

Nadurak, V. (2014). The problem of openness of the system of social morality. Anthropological measurements of philosophical research, Issue 6, pp.64-70.

Books:

Nadurak, V. (2011). Religious philosophy: textbook. Ivano-Frankivsk: Publishing house of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University.

Nadurak, V. (2014). The system of social morality: synergetic approach. Ivano-Frankivsk: Publishing house of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University.

Grands:

2011 – Grant of the President of Ukraine for support of scientific research by young scientists.

Selected publications

In English

Nadurak, V. (2019). Why moral heuristics can lead to mistaken moral judgments. Kriterion – Journal of philosophy. Available at http://www.kriterion-journal-of-philosophy.org/kriterion/issues/Permanent/Kriterion-nadurak-01.pdf.  Accessed 11 Fabruary 2020. (Scopus)

Nadurak, V. (2018). Two types of heuristics in moral decision making. Filosofija. Sociologija, 29(3), pp. 141-149. (Scopus; Web of Science)

In Ukrainian

Nadurak, V. (2018). Moral heuristics: the history of research. Philosophical thought, Issue 4, pp. 71-84.

Nadurak, V. (2018). Two types of moral decision making. Philosophical thought, Issue 3, pp. 66-78.

Nadurak, V. (2017) Critical analysis of the reliability of intuitive moral decisions. Anthropological Measurements of Philosophical Research, Issue 11, pp.7-15. (Web of Science)

Nadurak, V. (2016). Emotions and reasoning in moral decision making. Anthropological Measurements of Philosophical Research, Issue 10, pp.24-32. (Web of Science)

Nadurak, V. (2015). System of Social Morality in the Context of the Basic Principles of Synergetics: Results of the Study. Filosofiya Osvity. Philosophy of Education, 17(2), 271-280.

Nadurak, V. (2014). The problem of openness of the system of social morality. Anthropological measurements of philosophical research, Issue 6, pp.64-70. (Web of Science)

Nadurak, V. (2014). The system of social morality: synergetic approach. Ivano-Frankivsk: Publishing house of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University.

Nadurak, V. (2014). The main mechanisms of evolution of the system of social morality. Young scientist, Issue 10, pp. 131-134.

Nadurak, V. (2014). The influence of the social transformation of Modernity on morality // Humanitarian studies, Issue 24, pp.45-52.

Nadurak, V. (2013). Basic Vectors of the Influence of Religion on Social Morality. The Precarpathian University Journal. Philosophy and psychology, Issue 17, pp.61-67.

Nadurak, V. (2012). The Possibilities of Influence on the Evolution of Social Morality. Newsletter of Precarраthian University. Philosophy and Psychology, Іssue 16, pp. 126-132.

Nadurak, V. (2012). Prospects for the formation of universal ethics: a synergetic approach. Practical philosophy, Іssue 3, pp. 166-169.

Nadurak, V. (2012). Religion as controlling factor of the system of social morality. Scientific bulletin of Chernivtsi University. Philosophy, Іssue 621-622, pp. 180-184.

Nadurak, V. (2011). Religious philosophy: textbook. Ivano-Frankivsk: Publishing house of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University.

Nadurak, V. (2011). Chaos in the system of morality: a synergetic approach. Hileya: Scientific Bulletin, Іssue 53 (10), pp. 207-211.

Nadurak, V. (2011). The structure of morality: a synergetic approach. Hileya: Scientific Bulletin. Іssue 52, pp. 341-347.

Nadurak, V. (2011). The transformation of the moral values of Ukrainian society: actual problems. The Precarpathian University Journal. Philosophy and psychology, Issue 14, pp. 128-134.

Nadurak, V. (2009). Synergetics and the problem of moral chaos. The Precarpathian University Journal. Philosophy and psychology, Issue 12, pp. 107-113.

Nadurak, V.  (2008). The controlling parameters of the system of morality. Practical philosophy, Issue 4. pp. 21-29.

Nadurak V. (2008). A universal ethic: the actual problems. The Precarpathian University Journal. Philosophy and psychology, Issue 11, pp. 74-79.

Nadurak, V. (2007). A synergetic approach to morality and the concept of bifurcation. The Precarpathian University Journal. Philosophy and psychology, Issue 11, pp. 94-103.

Nadurak, V. (2007). The actual problems of universal ethics. New paradigm, Issue 65(2), pp. 94-101.

Nadurak, V. (2006). The evolution of morality: synergetic approach. National Academy of Managerial Staff of Culture and Arts Herald, pp.25-31.

Nadurak, V. (2006). The significance of bifurcations for the evolution of morality. Actual philosophical and culturological problems of modernity, Issue 18, pp.232-239.

Nadurak, V. (2006). Synergetical methodology and the problem of evolution of moral systems. Scientific bulletin of Chernivtsi University. Philosophy, Іssue  309-310, pp.70-75.

Nadurak, V. (2006). The transformation of morality and globalization of the modern world. The Precarpathian University Journal. Philosophy and psychology, Issue 9, pp.63-69.

Nadurak, V. (2006). The influence of globalization on the phenomenon of morality. Science. Religion. Society,  Issue 1, pp.147-151.

Nadurak, V. (2004). The concept of noosphere: philosophical analysis. New paradigm, Issue 36, pp.62-67.

Nadurak, V. (2003). Noosphere: an attempt to define the concept. The Precarpathian University Journal. Philosophy and psychology, Issue 4, pp. 25-30.

Nadurak, V. (2002). Philosophical and religious views of Volodymyr Vernadsky. Science. Religion. Society, Issue 1, pp. 125-128.