Sergey Horujy is director of Institute of Synergetic Anthropology (Russian Academy of Sciences).
Graduated from Moscow State University (M.A. degree in physics), currently he also is professor of philosophy at the Institute of Philosophy (Russian Academy of Sciences) and Honorary Professor of UNESCO (the Chair of Comparative Studies of Religious Traditions).
Previously he was professor of Mathematical Physics at the Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Dr. Horujy's areas of specialization are philosophy and theology, Russian religious philosophy, theoretical physics and mathematics. Also he is well known as tranlator of James Joyce’s novel Ulysses into Russian and author of a book on Joyce.
Dr. Horujy also is editor of works of Florensky, Bulgakov, Karsavin, member of the Commissions for Philosophical Legacy of Florensky, Karsavin, and Losev, member of the Editorial Boards of «Theological Works Journal» (the journal published by the Theological Commission of the Russian Orthodox Church), «Symbol» (the international journal of Christian culture), «Christian Thought» (the international journal of Christian thought), «World Philosophy» (Beijing, China) and «Seeking Truth» (Harbin, China).
He is author of 14 books and over 300 articles in areas of philosophy, theology, physics, mathematics and literary criticism.