Collisions of Subject-Subject Interaction

- Бех, І.Д. (2014) Collisions of Subject-Subject Interaction Теоретико-методичні проблеми виховання дітей та учнівської молоді, 1 (18). pp. 6-14. ISSN ISBN 978-966-189-209-4

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Abstract

The article deals with some contradictory developments of subject-subject interaction as interpersonal relationships. It is accentuated that there is a range of strong emotions of positive and negative character in the structure of the phenomenon of promise. Both people: the one who promises and the other, who is addressed to, experience such emotions. The importance of the universal cognitive imperative «We are people» in interpersonal relations and in the individual plane is underlined. Role relationships in the context of their impact both from the standpoint of different social status of certain roles, and in terms of emotional contact occurring between speakers of different social value roles, are traced. The phenomenon of value superiority is analyzed, at first, in the system «I am for myself», in which the individual operates within his ego-instincts. Secondly, it is analyzed in the system «I am for the others», that is spiritually superior to the previous one. The unfamiliar social factor «thoughts of others about me», which can have a positive impact on the development and self-identity of a person, is discovered.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: subject-subject interaction, interpersonal relationships, sense of kinship, promise, value superiority, development, self-development.
Subjects: Science and knowledge. Organization. Computer science. Information. Documentation. Librarianship. Institutions. Publications > 1 Philosophy. Psychology
Divisions: Institute of Problems on Education > Laboratory of Moral and Ethical Education
Depositing User: к.п.н.,н.с. Олена Володимирівна Роговець
Date Deposited: 16 Jan 2015 09:46
Last Modified: 24 Mar 2016 10:49
URI: http://lib.iitta.gov.ua/id/eprint/7828

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