Ph.D. Nina Dimitrova is a professor at the Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Her research interests are in the field of history of philosophy (Bulgarian studies, Russian religious philosophy, history of ideas), philosophy of religion, new religious movements, philosophical anthropology. She is the author of the monographs: The Hour of the Bulgarian Intelligentsia (Sofia, Paradigma, 2010); Debates around Bulgarian Gnosticism - XX century (Veliko Tarnovo, Faber, 2008); Religion and nationalism. Ideas about religion in the interwar period in Bulgaria (Sofia, Faber, 2006); Images of man. Anthropological ideas in Bulgarian philosophical thought between the two world wars (Veliko Tarnovo, Faber, 2003; electronic edition, 2005); National Russian philosophy - pro et contra (the dispute between neo-Slavophiles and neo-Westerners - XX century) (Veliko Tarnovo, Faber, 2002); Socio-religious utopias in the Russian spiritual renaissance (Sofia, Publishing House of BAS "Prof. Marin Drinov", 2002); Gnostic motifs in the Russian Silver Age (Sofia, LIK, 1998); Utopia and eschatology in the Russian Silver Age (Sofia, Kronos, 1995); Dostoevsky and the Russian Religious-Philosophical Renaissance (Sofia, St. Kliment Ohridski University Press, 1994) and others.