The article is devoted to the contemporary developments of the 16-century-old professional philosophy in Georgia. The term 'contemporary' here defines the period after 1953 in soviet and post-soviet Georgian history, when totalitarianism remained, albeit in its milder form. Along with the recognized philosophers (Sh. Nutsubidze, K. Bakradze, S. Danelia, S. Tsereteli, Z. Kakabadze, et al.) the achievements of young philosophers working in Georgia, as well as abroad, are shown in the article.