DISCOURSE AS A VERBALLY ARTICULATED FORM OF OBJECTIFICATION OF CONSCIOUSNESS CONTENTS: EVOLUTIONARY ASPECTS

Posted On Feb 22 2017 by

Discourse as part of culture reflects social processes in society. In our study, we attempted to apply the system analysis to the study of the evolution of discourse. Human consciousness evolved from the collective unconsciousness and concrete thinking to abstract and logical. Myths, legends, stories were followed by the heroic epics, fairy tales, then household and historical literature. For the analysis, we used the model of the evolutionary cone and showed the correspondence of the discourse to this model. Today, it is important for human development to present for young people worthy examples in literature and culture that can form …


CULTURE AND HIGHER EDUCATION IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD

Posted On Jul 23 2014 by

Having conducted a theoretical study, we found out that processes taking place in the globalized world are based on differences in levels of culture determined by corresponding levels of public consciousness resulting from various mentalities. At the level of the integration of various culture stages, the processes of globalization, Europeanization and internationalization find their reflection in the field of higher education. We attempted to analyse the conditions necessary for the building of harmonious relations among nations, based on cultural ties that unite these states in their intention to defend the fundamental principles and traditions of European higher education, as well …


MARGINALIZATION AND THE EVOLUTION OF CONSCIOUSNESS

Posted On Jul 18 2014 by

Having conducted a theoretical study we found out that society marginalization is based on difference in levels of public consciousness of various mentalities. Therefore, to eliminate negative effects of the marginalization process, it is necessary to create special conditions that would lead to evolutionary changes in people’s consciousness in places of coexistence of various cultures. The analysis of the social consciousness of modern people living in Crimea may be a useful pattern for the social life stability in regions where marginalization exists.