Anatoli Mikhailov is Rector of the European Humanities University, Professor in the Department of Social and Political Sciences, and member of the Belarusian National Academy of Sciences. Anatoli Mikhailov holds a PhD in Philosophy, and his research interests focus on the history of German philosophy, M. Heidegger’s fundamental ontology, methodology in the humanities, and philosophy of science. He recently published “Is Philosophy Possible in the Contemporary University?” (Topos, 2012), “University in Exile: The Experience of the Twenty-First Century” (Social Research, 2009) and “Goethe, Hamann, Hegel und das Erbe des deutschen Idealismus im Detlef Ignasiak und Lindner Frank” (Goethe-Spuren: in Literatur, Kunst, Philosophie, Politik, Pädagogik und Übersetzung, 2009).Olga Breskaya is Head of the Research Division of the European Humanities University and Associate Professor of Sociology in the Department of Social and Political Sciences. She holds a PhD in Sociology, and her research interests are in sociology of religion, culture, and transformation processes in the borderlands region of Eastern Europe. She is the author of the books: Political, Linguistic, and Religious Boundaries as Distinctive Creative Space: Why New Ideas are Generated in Border Lands (with Oleg Bresky, 2012), and Individual and Corporation within Public Space (with Svetlana Suveika, 2011, in Russian), and diverse articles on value analysis of social dynamics preconditions in Eastern Europe including: “University in Belarus: the Grounds and the Prospects” (Logic in Central and Eastern Europe History, Science, and Discourse, 2012).