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Сутність та особливості стратегій розвитку простору освіти (Essence and peculiarities of education space strategies development)

Коновальчук, В. (V. Konovalchuk) (2015) Сутність та особливості стратегій розвитку простору освіти (Essence and peculiarities of education space strategies development). Наукові записки Національного університету “Острозька академія”. Серія “Філософія” (Вип.18). pp. 76-81.

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У статті висвітлено науково-теоретичну розробку проблеми особливостей розвитку простору освіти на основі розуміння визначальності його творчо-розвивального характеру. Виявлено сутність та доцільність реалізації революційної стратегії розвитку простору освіти та еволюційної, що ґрунтується на уявленнях про органічну включеність людини в цілісний космос і про пропорційність людини зі світом у результаті космічної еволюції. (The paper considers scientific and theoretical development of education space formation problem peculiarities on the basis of its creative and developing content. Modern person must not only admit and respect certain cultural tradition and be able to break its boundaries and develop a new cultural tradition. Due to understanding of education as a part social space where the ability to be a personality is formed, to implement one’s own natural potential of creativity and activity, it has a defining role in urgent modern problems solution. Reorganization of educational system under modern conditions is oriented on the shifting of emphasis from truth of pragmatic knowledge of a person on the truth of the creative potential of a person and it presupposes philosophical reflection of possible ways of transition of education from technological level to spiritual-meaning level. Revolution variant is recognized to be a one of the popular modern approaches to education transformation. Traditionally the notion of revolution is used for the characteristics of society development. The notion of revolution is non-separable part of dialectic conception of development; it reveals inner mechanism of transition from quantity to quality law. Revolution means the break of gradual forward movement, quantitative saltatory development. Revolution is different from evolution, as gradual development of any process, and also from reform, being in complex correlations with it; its character is defined by peculiar historic sense of revolution and reform. Formation of evolution conception is determined by the appearance of material world unity and entity of movement idea. Formation of those concepts is caused by accumulation of specific physical, biological and medical knowledge, outlooks characteristics for different historical periods, the history of social relations on different stages of human society development. The basis for evolutional ideas is the idea of the world unity, generality of movement, and existence of unitary fundamental laws of world construction. The notion of evolution (lat., from «evolute») is the natural process of life development on Earth, the process of one-level qualitative transformation, the process of structural change. Evolution is the process of development which consists of gradual qualitative changes, without saltatory changes (on contrary to revolution), natural process of Universe development as the whole or its parts. The possibility of full value personal development is supported by evolutional space formation on the basis of the organic unity and proportionality of a man as the result of cosmic evolution.)

Item Type: Article
Corporate Creators: Черкаський обласний інститут післядипломної освіти педагогічних працівників
Uncontrolled Keywords: Простір освіти, простір, освіта, розвиток, революція, еволюція, культурна революція, космічна еволюція (Education space, space, education, development, revolution, evolution, cultural evolution, cosmic evolution)
Subjects: by fields of science > Philosophy
Depositing User: Галина Цеп'юк
Date Deposited: 07 Jan 2016 18:27
Last Modified: 07 Jan 2016 18:27

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