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НАРАТИВНА ІДЕНТИЧНІСТЬ Й ЕТИЧНІ ЗАСАДИ КОМУНІКАТИВНО-ДИСКУРСИВНОГО ПРОСТОРУ (The narative identity and ethical principles of communicative and discoursive space )

Подольська, Т. (Podolska T.) (2013) НАРАТИВНА ІДЕНТИЧНІСТЬ Й ЕТИЧНІ ЗАСАДИ КОМУНІКАТИВНО-ДИСКУРСИВНОГО ПРОСТОРУ (The narative identity and ethical principles of communicative and discoursive space ). Наукові записки. Серія “Філософія”, Вип.13. pp. 136-142.

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Обґрунтовано значущість наративної ідентичності як актуальної за умов сьогодення концепції, що враховує темпоральні властивості людського буття та множинність його проявів. На рівні соціально-філософської концептуалізації поєднується евристичний потенціал понять “ідентичність”, “наратив” та “комунікація” в понятті “наративна ідентичність”, що реалізує свою пізнавальну і пояснювальну інтенцію в просторі комунікативно-дискурсивних практик (Identity as a process of permanent construction in the context of personal narrative development has been examined. Within the framework of social-philosophic conceptualization a heuristic potential of identity, narrative and communication conceptions are combined in the thesis with the conception of narrative identity, which realizes its cognitive and explanatory intention in the space of communicational-discoursive practics. The concept of identity has been analyzed from the point of historical and philosophical filling with categories of sameness and difference, the internal and external, the single and multiple that are meaningful for its content. At the same time historical transformations of the concept and phenomenon identity has been traced in the ontological, gnosiological, as well as existential and communicative dimensions, and namely in the perspective of moving from the philosophy of consciousness to the philosophy of communication. It has been indicated that narrative as a method of cognition, which combines the subjects of language and time, influence of sociocultural factors upon psychological balance of a human, in full demonstrates its efficiency in the space of sociohumanitarian cognition. The significance of narrative identity as an actual conception of today has been substantiated on the basis of both human being temporality and multiplicity of its possible manifestations. It was ascertained that the construction of narrative as one of fundamental components of social interaction whereas that of narrative identity as the process of self-consciousness of a person on the basis of his or her speech actions and deeds in the space of interpersonal, discoursively determined communication makes it possible to affirm the narrative character of social reality, and namely to speak about narrativization of social reality. The explication of the problem of narrative identity, offered in this work, is based on the necessity of self-defining of a person near other and for other. Therefore the conclusion consists in the fact that the most adequate way to analyze the narrative identity is possible in the space of communication, and dialogue that are oriented on comprehension of both another person and oneself. Namely in the context of social interaction individuality has the best way to manifest oneself, whereas his or her actions, and speech acts afford ground for speaking about definite authorship, about in this way narrated I. Particular importance in the context of mutual understanding of everyday life actors consists in the responsibility for actions, and oneself narrations, which is identified as a moral constituent of the narrative identity. )

Item Type: Article
Corporate Creators: Харківський гуманітарний університет “Народна українська академія”
Uncontrolled Keywords: ідентичність, наратив, наративна ідентичність, комунікація, повсякденність, комунікативна дія, відповідальність (identity, narrative, narrative identity, communication, everyday life, communicative act, responsibility)
Subjects: by fields of science > Philosophy
Навчальні матеріали та презентації
by fields of science > Social science
Divisions: The College of Humanities > The Department of Cultural Studies and Philosophy
Depositing User: заввідділу Наталя Денисенко
Date Deposited: 23 May 2013 13:40
Last Modified: 23 May 2013 13:40

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