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Bogachev R.

National Technical University of Ukraine "Kyiv Polytechnic Institute", Kyiv, Ukraine.
PhD in Philosophy, Associate professor, Department of Philosophy

e-mail: wbox13@gmail.com

 

HUMANISTIC DIMENSIONS OF MODERN SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT: STATUS, TRENDS AND PROSPECTS

Abstract: On the basis of the characteristics of modern society and the theoretical basis of the concept of sustainable development we have opened a process for the formation of The Decent Man in The Decent Society. The Man's role is a role of the subject of historical process.

Genesis of the Category “Development” and the review of the historical progress as a process of the humans’ transformation and the social development. These mean and define the core values of the humanistic oriented society. These identify the problems of the humanization of a social life on the theoretical and methodological basis of the Creativity’s study. Author proposes and determines the fundamental principles, mechanisms and means to stimulate civilizational choice of human and the present society in the coordinates of the truth, the goodness, the beauty and the utility.

Revolutionary change of the relations’ mode of the man to himself, the dialogue and the cooperation become the basis of subject-to-subject relationships. And after there – the subject-to-subject relations in the fields of “live communication”. There will be the real principles of planning and organizing the real economy, the real principles of engineering and technical studying, the real principles for the organization of schools and other institutions, the real principles for the production of universal culture, social development and reproduction society in general.

The transition to a new relationship of Man to himself determines appropriate rhythm of social development, the creation of the Human and The humane in himself in process of the Creativity. These cause further directions of scientific exploration – humanes transgression, redundancy and “lacing of live communication”.

Keywords: development; logic; philosophy; people; subject; object; creativity; humanism

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How to cite item: Bogachev R. (2015). Humanistic dimensions of modern social development: status, trends and prospects. Visnyk Of National Technical University Of Ukraine "Kyiv Polytechnic Institute". Philosophy. Psychology. Pedagogics, 3 (45), 3-10.


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