Natalia I. Beresneva
15 Bukireva, Perm 614990, Russia
Perm State University
Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology
Phone, Fax, e-mail
Date of Birth
Perm State University, Faculty of Philology, 1997.
Academic Degrees and Titles
Candidate of Philology – 1997, Ural State University, specialty 10.02.19. “General Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Psycholinguistics”.
Candidate Dissertation “The model of mental lexicon in late ontogenesis (associative experiment)”.
Doctor of Philosophy – 2006. Perm State University, specialty “Ontology and Theory of Cognition”.
Doctoral Dissertation “Language and Reality”.
Stages of Professional Career
Engineer, Department of General Linguistics, Perm State University – 1991-1995.
Assistant Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Reader, Department of Psychology, Perm State University – 1996-1998.
Reader, Professor, Department of Philosophy, Perm State University – 2003-2011.
Membership in Academic Councils and other State and Public Associations
Member of Perm University Dissertational Council for Candidate and Doctoral Degrees in Philosophy.
Member of Russian Philosophy Society.
Member of Editorial Board of Perm State University.
Head of Editorial Board of the Journal “University Research”, Perm State University.
Research Project Management
Russian Foundation for Basic Research 00-06-80160 2000-2003 “Standard and Individual Variation of Language Behaviour in Ontogenesis”.
Current Research Activities
Development of the fundamental conception (version) of relations between language (as a necessary means of thought development) and the infinite world. Scientific supervision of Post-graduate and Doctoral Students.
Academic and other Awards
Commendation of the Federal Agency of Education of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation – 2006.
Contest Laureate for the best research paper in the sphere of the Humanities and Social Sciences among the researchers of Perm State University – 2006.
General Number of Publications
Scientific articles – about 50.
Monographs and chapters in monographs – 7.
Study Guides – 3.
1. Beresneva N.I. Language and Reality, 2004, 180 p. (In Russian)
2. Beresneva N.I. Philosophy of Language: a problem of finiteness and infinity // New Concepts in Philosophy. Philosophy in modern Russia: collection of papers (Proceedings of the All-Russian Scientific Conference). Perm, 2004. Iss. 13. Vol.1. pp. 123-151. (In Russian)
3. Beresneva N.I. “Finiteness” of language and infinity of cognition // Problems of Linguistic Picture of the World study and language personality, Proceedings of the International Conference “Language. System. Personality”, Yekaterinburg, Ural Pedagogical University Press, 2004, pp. 3-22. (In Russian)
4. Beresneva N.I. Philosophy of Language: problems of infinity // Philosophy and Society. 2005. Iss. 3. (In Russian)
5. Beresneva N.I. Problems of optimism in the man’s upbringing system // Philosophy of Education. 2005. Iss. 15. (In Russian)
6. Beresneva N.I. Inexhaustible abilities of man (in the context of Philosophy and Pedagogy // Tomsk University Herald. Philosophy, Tomsk, 2005. (In Russian)
7. Beresneva N.I., Mishlanova S.L. Problems of language planning as an ideal means of cognition // Perm University Herald. Russian and Foreign Philology. Perm, 2010. Iss. 5 (11). pp. 23-30. (In Russian)
8. Beresneva N.I. Philosophy of Language and the problems of infinity // Cognition in reality: the past, present and future prospects: Proceedings of the Inter-University Scientific and Practical Conference. Perm: Perm Branch of Nizhny Novgorod Academy of Ministry of Internal Affairs, 2007. (In Russian)
9. Beresneva N.I, Beresnev V.D. Philosophical knowledge of the naive picture of the world //
Russian and Slovenian Days at the Faculty of Philology, the University of Ljubljana, May, 2009: collection of papers. Ljubljana, 2009. Pp. 190-193. (In Russian)
10. Beresneva N.I. The conception of natural language abilities in the context of modern Philosophy of Science // Philological notes (Russia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Croatia). 2009. Perm: Perm State University. Vol. 1. URL: http://philologicalstudies.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=195&Itemid=76 (In Russian)
11. Beresneva N.I., Beresnev V.D. Representation of philosophical knowledge in students’ image of the world // Perm University Herald. Philosophy. 2009. Iss. 5 (31). pp. 84-91. (In Russian)
12. Beresneva N.I. Noam Chomsky’s conception of innate language ability in the context of the unified natural worldwide process // IVth I.Y. Leufmann’s Readings. Philosophic world view and image of the world. Yekaterinburg, 2010. URL: