submitting manuscripts

for publication in the Journal

Proceedings of Saratov University. New series.

Series Philosophy. Psychology. Pedagogy.


1.​ General Provisions


1.1 Articles should not exceed 8 pages (candidates and doctors of sciences) or 6 pages (for the authors without academic degrees) and contain more than 5 figures and 4 tables.

1.2 Manuscripts should be accompanied by a separate file containing information about authors (in Russian and English): full name, academic degree, academic rank, position, place of work, institution, address, mobile/home phone number, e-mail


-​ Papers should be submitted in both print and electronic versions

-​ A recommendation from the institution is required and should be submitted as a separate file

-​ Authors should attach an outside review (which is duly authenticated)



1.3​ All manuscripts submitted to the editorial committee are checked for plagiarism.

1.4​ Reviews of the articles are stored at the editorial board of the
Journal for 5 years.

1.5​ Reviews shall be submitted to the Committee and/or the Ministry upon


Papers should be dispatched under separate cover or by registered post to the editing committee of the Series:

S.A. Danilov (Executive editor)

Faculty of Philosophy, Saratov State University, Astrakhanskaya St., 83, Saratov, 410012


1.6​ Manuscripts are published free of charge.

2. Manuscript Format Guidelines


2.1​ Manuscripts should be formatted strictly in accordance with manuscripts format guidelines:

​ Manuscripts should be single-spaced with margins at least 2,5 sm, the text of the article should be in 14-point font, supplementary information (references, notes, tables, figure legend) in 12-point font with all of the pages to be numbered.


​  in the Russian Language: a UDC identifier, a title, author’s initials and surname, information about author affiliations (academic degree, academic rank, position, place of work, e-mail), an abstract summarizing the article ( the subject of research, research findings and conclusion)

​  key words, text of the article, references (automatically numbered endnotes);

​  in the English language: a title, author’s initials and surname, place of work (institution), e-mail, an abstract, key words.





Post-eventuality and the subject of absence in the objective phenomenology of Alain Badiou
V. G. Kosykhin
Saratov State University
The article considers the ontological significance of the objective phenomenology of Alain Badiou, as it is presented in his works "Logic of worlds" and "Second manifesto for philosophy". The author compares Badiou’s phenomenology with the phenomenological projects of Husserl and Heidegger, noting its subjectless character. The dissolution of the ontological subject in related reaction to the events by diverse strategies implemented in the subjectivity is performed in the objective phenomenology of Badiou by eliminating of the instance of contemplation in favor of ethical and political practice. Special attention is paid to the relationship of ontology and mathematics, as well as to the analysis of the concepts of the subject and post-eventuality in the context of traditional ontological categories of the one and the multiple. The conclusion is that in the modern ontological theory of the transition from the analysis of isolated nature of the phenomenon to the analysis of a single set-much.
Key words: ontology, phenomenology, Badiou, post-eventuality, subject of absence, one, multiple.


References in the text should be given in brackets: [1]. Use the following format for a sequence of references [2, 6-8]; and for pages [3, с. 215-216].