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  1. Very much. Just a few examples.

    In Russia-Mikhail Epstein (literary studies; cultural studies; religion in the post-secular world), Valery Podoroga (postmodernism; analytical anthropology; phenomenology of the body). America: Alvin Plantinga (theology through the eyes of analytic philosophy). Europe: Junger Habermas (coined the term “post-secular society”).

  2. From living psychologists:

    Stanislav Grof is the founder of transpersonal psychology, holotropic breathwork, and a researcher on the effects of LSD on humans. He regularly comes to Russia, by the way;

    Michael Murphy-also engaged in transpersonal psychology, but with some bias in yoga meditation;

    Paul Ekman is a major expert in the field of emotional psychology. Very media person, if you Google it, you will find a lot of interesting videos;

    Robert Cialdini is a theorist of influence psychology. If you rely on the question, then he is more famous than a psychologist=) But it's interesting to read;

    Alan and Barbara Pease are the authors of a series of excellent publications on body language;

    Mihai Csikszentmihalyi-theorist of “positive psychology”, explores the concept of happiness, optimism, joy;

    Martin Seligman – Founder of Positive Psychology;

    Valeria Mukhina-studies personality psychology, developmental psychology, is known in social networks for the popular film “I and Others”;

    Just a couple of years ago, the famous Russian sexologist and anthropologist Igor Kon died.

    Any experts in the field of “how to achieve wealth”, “how to find a job for a million”, “how to become successful”, and “how to find a girl”, leading seminars of the same name and speaking on television, please do not count as psychologists.

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