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Hypotheses:

THEORY OF CULTURE

A.Ya. Flier. A systematic model of the social functions of culture

 

Discussions:

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

A.V. Kostina, A.Ya. Flier. Ternary functional model of culture (continued)

V.M. Rozin. Features and constitution of musical reality

N.A. Khrenov. Russian culture at the turn of the XIX-XX centuries: the Gnostic "Renaissance" in the context of symbolism (continued)

 

Analytics:

CULTURAL REFLECTIONS

I.V. Kondakov. The cat as a cultural hero: from Puss in Boots to Schrodinger's Cat

N.A. Khrenov. A Century later: the tragic experience of Soviet Culture (continued)

I.E. Isakas. Hypothesis. The Christmas tree is a symbol of the second coming of Christ

THE DUEL

A.Ya. Flier. Is culture inevitable? (on the limits of the social usefulness of culture) (Philosophical dystopia)

A.A. Pelipenko. Culture as an inevitability (on the subjective status of culture)


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Anna Vladimirovna Kostina,
Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Cultural Studies,
Professor, Vice-rector of Moscow State University for Scientific and
Educational Work, Director of the Institute
Fundamental and Applied Research, Head of the Department of Philosophy,
Cultural Studies and Political Science
Moscow University for the Humanities
e-mail: anna_kostina@inbox.ru

Andrey Yakovlevich Flier,
Doctor of Philosophy, Professor,
Chief Researcher
D.S. Likhachev Russian Research Institute of Cultural
and Natural Heritage,
Professor at Moscow State
Linguistic University.
e-mail: andrey.flier@yandex.ru

Ternary functional model of culture [1]

Abstract. This essay reflects a new understanding of the phenomenon of culture, which is divided into three social subcultures: elite (creative), folk (traditional) and mass (consumer). This interpretation is based on the hypothesis of A.V. Kostina that the creators and consumers of these subcultures differ in the type of social psychology, attitude to life and awareness of their own social role, and the hypothesis of A.Ya. Flier that these three subcultures concentrate different ways of adapting to external conditions of existence and implement three different models of translation social experience. Both hypotheses organically converged in a joint study.

Keywords: culture, social subcultures, psychology, interests, traditions, innovations, consumerism.



[1] This essay was written in 2009 and published in the book: Kostina A.V., Flier A.Ya. Culture: between slavery of conjuncture, slavery of custom and slavery of status. M.: Soglasie, 2010. pp. 15-130.
[2] In fact, E.S. Markaryan writes about this, noting that the formation of common concepts becomes possible only if "we are able to abstract from the distinctive specific features of each of the ... temporary states and highlight the common features inherent in them" (E.S. Markaryan Essays on the theory of culture. Yerevan: Publishing House of the Academy of Sciences of the Armenian SSR, 1969. P. 119).
[3] Drobnitsky O.G. The concept of morality. M. Nauka, 1974. P. 322.
[4] Lem S. Philosophy of the Case. M.: AST, 2005. p. 390.
[5] Simmel G. The concept and tragedy of culture // Simmel G. Favorites. Vol. 1. Philosophy of culture. Moscow: Yurist, 1996.
[6] Flier A.Ya. Cultural genesis. M.: RIK, 1995.
[7] Kostina A.V. National culture – ethnic culture – mass culture: "Balance of interests" in modern society. Moscow: URSS, 2009.
[8] Vital time, in our opinion, is embodied in biologically produced people.
[9] In passing, let us make the assumption that the pace of social history is accelerating due to the fact that in the course of history there is an increase and deepening of the specialization of human activity (professional specialization). And since innovations in any activity are generated mainly by narrow specialists, as specialization deepens, the dynamics of innovation generation also increases. And so on from century to century. At one time it was called progress, but nowadays it is commonly called a technological revolution.
[10] Ilyenkov E.V. The problem of the ideal // Questions of philosophy. 1979. No. 6. p. 140.

 

 

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