Aims and objectives:
- The study of logical and ontological interconditionality of the conceptual framework of theological, philosophical and scientific knowledge.
- The study of ethical implications of theological, philosophical and scientific forms of knowledge in their interrelation and interdetermination.
- The research of cultural / linguistic context of the development of theological, philosophical and scientific forms of knowledge and models of their feedback on cultural and linguistic practices in the regional and civilization-wide context.
- The study of the role of the Eastern Orthodox and Western Orthodox Christian Theology in the succession of philosophical and culture-historical traditions from Antiquity to Modern Age.
- Uniting of scientific research of the trends stated.
- Coverage of the activities of the Scientific-Educational Centre of Problems of the Interrelationships Between Religion, Philosophy And Culture affiliated to SUAI.
Topical areas of the periodical:
- Conceptual framework of philosophy and theology: identity and difference.
- The problem of scientific positivism and materialism in philosophy and theology: rational/logical analysis of the project of formation and development of modern scientific knowledge.
- Positivistic and materialistic criticism of philosophy and theology: argumentative strategies and their logical-philosophical analysis.
- Ethical and political discourses in philosophy, theology and science: knowledge, ideology and moral principles.
- Cultural/linguistic artifacts of theological, philosophical and scientific knowledge.
- The formation of modern European science in the context of philosophical and theological knowledge: disciplinary division, conceptual framework and filiation of concepts.
- German classical philosophy as a universal project of onto-theological knowledge: its origins and influence on the modern forms of philosophy, theology and science.
- The problems of patristics: culture-historical contexts of formation at the intersection of antique philosophy and science, as well as western and eastern forms of religious practices.
- The problem of rational theology in the western medieval Scholasticism.
- The problem of natural religion and natural right in philosophy and theology.
- Philosophical, scientific and moral/legal aspects of the modern western and eastern traditions of theological thought.