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  1. As far as I can tell, Tomsk is one of the most philosophically “developed” cities in Russia. It is there, by local efforts, that the works of the most important philosophers are translated and published: Kristeva, Whitehead, Heidegger, etc.�

    At the same time, the university's website says that the possibility of specialization in analytical philosophy is also present.

    In short, it's up to you to decide whether to enroll as a philosopher or not, but with the city and the university, you're in luck, you're definitely not in danger of mossy nonsense.

  2. You know, this faculty is actually suitable for many people. Learn the program! See what the emphasis is on. Think about what you want to understand and know at the end of university(in any case, 60/80%-self-education) The surest way is to write to at least 5 different people from different courses. Learn something from them. Write to graduates. Then the picture will become clearer a little more

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