- History, science and philosophy. Concepts and ideas
- Writing and books
- Mathematics, Astronomy and Calendars in Egypt and Mesopotamia
- Greeks. Academic schools.
- First Greek (Miletus) physicist-philosophers
- Pythagoras and the Pythagorean School. School of Magna Graecia.
- Plato’s life
- Plato’s idealism and theory of ideas
- Creator Demiorgos (God!?) and the Universe
- Knowledge and Spirit
- Plato’s Political Philosophy or Ideal State/ Utopia
- Plato and Mathematics
- Abdera Atom School/Democritos. Democritos’s life and physics
- Democritos’s mathematic, anthropological, biological, psychological views
- Hippocratic School
- Minor Socratic Schools
- School of Plato: Beginning period, Mathematics and Astronomy
- Aristotle: Biography and Lyceum
- Aristotle’s works and characteristics of writing
- Aristotle’s physics
- Aristotle’s cosmogony and cosmology
- Aristotle’s biology
- Philosophy and its fields
- Aristotle’s metaphysics
- Aristotle’s logic
- Aristotle on the spirit
- Aristotle’s ethics
- Aristotle’s political philosophy
- Aristotle’s work philosophy
- Alexander the Great. Hellenism.
- Four Schools of Athens
- Ptolomeans. Alexandria School
- Alexandria: Library work. Philology center. Alchemy. Medicine.
On education system in transition economy
A view from Azerbaijan
By Hamlet isaxanli
This collection of works examines the past and present of Azerbaijani Education System and offers new perspectives on the development and modernization of education policy.
The author pays particular attention to the ways for integration of education system of the country with transition economy into the education system of developed countries.
The book features discussion of
» Access to education
» Azerbaijan moving toward European Higher Education Area
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In Search of “Khazar”
By Hamlet Isaxanli
The realities of events associated with the establishment and development of Khazar University have left indelible traces in my memory. I intend to pass these events to you in their entirety and in all sincerity. I hope I can relive together with you, readers, those days spent in ‘search of “Khazar”