"Humanity's crisis" and psychology of being in culture

- Копилов, Сергій Олегович (2018) "Humanity's crisis" and psychology of being in culture In: Особистість у кризових умовах та критичних ситуаціях життя: матеріали IV Міжнародної науково-практичної конференції м.Суми, Україна, pp. 56-61.

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Abstract

Numerous and multiple crises of modernity, especially in it's psychological aspect, are inculcated in the global civilization's crisis of last centuries. The latter is frequently defined as "crisis of culture" and "crisis of consciousness". The author expose a sense and relation of these universal definitions at the context of philosophical logic of culture (V.Bibler). This conception enable to construct the psychological model of crises and it's overcoming by development of efficient relations of consciousness and thinking as main psychical orientations. The latter is possible by means of individual and social orientation at the being in culture (in the world of works), that is the dialogue of culture.

Item Type: Book Section
Keywords: crisis of consciousness, thinking, work of culture, dialogue of culture.
Subjects: Science and knowledge. Organization. Computer science. Information. Documentation. Librarianship. Institutions. Publications > 1 Philosophy. Psychology
Science and knowledge. Organization. Computer science. Information. Documentation. Librarianship. Institutions. Publications > 3 Social Sciences > 303 Methods of the social sciences
Science and knowledge. Organization. Computer science. Information. Documentation. Librarianship. Institutions. Publications > 3 Social Sciences > 304 Social questions. Social practice. Cultural practice. Way of life (Lebensweise)
Divisions: Institute of Psychology after N.Kostiuk > Department of methodology and theory of psychology
Depositing User: м.н.с. О.В Котух
Date Deposited: 19 Mar 2018 12:53
Last Modified: 19 Mar 2018 14:17
URI: http://lib.iitta.gov.ua/id/eprint/710261

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