Oleksiy Panych is professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies at the State University of Informatics and Artificial Intelligence (Donetsk, Ukraine). He also cooperates as a researcher and translator of philosophical literature with European Humanities Research Centre at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (Kyiv, Ukraine). His main and long-term research project, currently in progress, is writing a history of scepticism and its refutations in British (then British-American) Philosophy from Bacon and Hobbes to nowadays.
- Translation of philosophical terms: philosophy and technology [in Ukrainian]. – Philosophical thought (Kyiv), # 3 (2010), p. 32-48.
- Bad people: on the «negative» characters in Chekhov’s dramas [in Russian]. (in co-authorship with V.Zvinjatskovsky) – Donetsk, 2010, 148 p.
- Theory of Culture [in Ukrainian]. Donetsk. 2009, 116 p.
- Inquiries on the Problem of Scepticism in British-American Epistemology. Part one: British Modern Philosophy (Hobbes, Locke, Berkeley, Hume, Reid) [in Ukrainian]. Donetsk, 2007, 524 p.
- Chapter XII. Ukraine (in co-authorship with J.Stetar). – The Rising Role and Relevance of Private Higher Education in Europe. UNESCO-CEPES, 2007, p. 519-584.
- Chapter Eleven. State Power in Legitimating and Regulating Private Higher Education: The Case of Ukraine (in co-authorship with J.Stetar, A.Tatusko) – Private Higher Education in Post-Communist Europe: In Search of Legitimacy. Palgrave Macmillan, 2007, p. 239-256.