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THEORY OF CULTURE

A.Ya. Flier. System-forming properties of culture

 

Discussions:

IN SEARCH OF THE MEANING OF HISTORY AND CULTURE (A.Ya.Flier's Section)

A.Ya.Flier. Structuring of culture by social strata of society (socio-class typology)

N.A. Khrenov. A sociological turn in science. About the art of the XIX century: I. Ten's concept as an anticipation of the cultural turn (beginning)

V.M. Rozin. Cultural concepts of the environment for education

 

Analytics:

HIGH ART IN MODERN CULTURE (E.N. Shapinskaya'sSection)

E.N. Shapinskaya. Benjamin Britten in the (Inter)Cultural Space: Texts of Works and Contexts of Interpretationby

A.P. Markov. Postmodern Art in the Ecstasy of Dying…

CULTURAL REFLECTIONSBY

N.A. Khrenov. The Superman in the Russian version: philosophical aspects of the novel by F. Dostoevsky's "Demons" and V. Khotinenko's film based on this novel (continued)

V.M. Rozin. Introducing children to modern culture in the family (non-)school "Seekers"

A.Ya. Flier. Normative human behavior


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Pelipenko Andrey Anatolievich,
Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, 
Chief Researcher, 
Research center of Moscow University 
of Psychology and Social Sciences.
e-mail: demoped@yandex.ru
 
 
 
Freedom in the Context of Culture
 
Abstract: The article discusses the phenomenon of freedom as a specific product of culture, the existence and characteristics of which are determined by both external (cultural regulatory) and internal (mental) Factors. The possibility of freedom is defined, on the one hand, by a person's ability to maneuver in tough rigid rules of socialization, and on the other hand, by the type of its cultural consciousness gravitating toward one or another variant of social self-realization.
Key words: freedom, culture, specialization, mentality, mythos consciousness, logocentrism, personal consciousness.
 
 
[1] Verbal realism is a stage in the development of cultural consciousness, following next after perceptive realism. If the later corresponds to the formula: “The world is as I perceive it”, then the former – “The world is as it is given in the language”. 
 
[2] Noteworthy is the hostility, or at least neglect with which adults look upon children's "gibberish" – spontaneously free combination of semantic elements.
 
[3] Carnap R. Philosophical Foundations of Physics. Introduction to the Philosophy of Science. Moscow: Progress, 1971. P. 39. 
 
[4] Since there is no question of the classification of psychological types, such a difference in the grounds of classification for cultural and anthropological types may be acceptable.
 
[5]  In the author's works this era is referred to as the era of dualistic revolution and covers the period since I millennium B.C. to 7 century A.D.
 
[6] For the early stages of logocentric synthesis in India and China more syncretic semantemes (such as dharma, tao and others) are indicative. 
 
 

 

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