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 Expert Council of the International FPMOandMK
"Etnosotsium" recognized as the best in the categories
"International development of interethnic relations",
"Ethnosocial development of Russia",
"State and civil society"
 
Chairman of the Editorial Board
Zyazikov M.M., Doctor of philosophical sciences, lieutenant general
Doktor Fabio Bajo, Director of the International Institute for Migration Scalabrini Pontifical Urban University
 
Chief Editor
Ryabova E.L., Doctor of Political Sciences, Candidate of Social Sciences, Professor.
 
Deputy Chief Editor
Bessonova E.G., Candidate of philosophic sciences, Associate Professor philosophy and culture, head of education Work and Youth Policy of St. Petersburg State University.
Solonin K.U., Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of the Institute of Chinese classics Chinese People's University. Beijing.
Chapkin S.V., Academician of the Academy of Ecology and Law, President of the Foundation PMKandOMO.
Klimenko D.A., Candidate of Philology, Public Project Manager.
Nikashina N.V., Candidate of Philological Science, Associate Professor of the Theory and Practice of translation, Expert, head of the international edition of "Mission confessions" journal. 
Ryazancev A.P., Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Universita’ degli Studi di Torino - exchange consultant. Project Manager - "Russia-Italy. Dialogue of Cultures".  (Il Responsabile del progetto «Russia-Italia. Il dialogo tra le culture»).
 
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Supervisory Council.
 
 
  

Content

 
RELIGION  AND  SOCIETY
 
Shindel S.V., Semukhina E.A., Semyonova T.V. The image of St. Anthony abbey in H. Böll’s novel “billiards at half-past nine”
12
Pilyak S.A. State-confessional relations in the preservation of the temple heritage
19
Shastina A.E. Global social space from the perspective of the problems of poly-confessional and post-secularity
23
 
CULTURAL  STUDIES
Gavrilov D.M. Contemporary artistic self-organizations in the regions of Russia
30
 
PHILOSOPHY,  SOCIOLOGY:  ACTUALITY  AND  INNOVATION
Danakin N.S., Safonov K.B., Litvinova G.A. Humanity and functionality in development organizations: the possibility of consensus
38
Petrova S.I., Petrova I.F. The problem of social variability
47
Andrievskaya Zh.V. National consciousness in the context of modern global challenges
55
Voznesenckiy I.S., Shastina A.E. Social risks of technosphere development
60
Dmitrieva I.S. Sociocultural adaptation of migrants: conceptualization, stages and their dynamics
68
Lukinova I.A. Education as an existential value: philosophical reflections
75
Popov S.I. «Forecourts» for Playing the World and a «Crusade» against Philosophy
82
Kannikin S.V. Metaphysical components of the socio-cultural foundations of outstanding sporting achievements of stayers from Kenya and Ethiopia
93
 
Abstracts
 
111
Authors
117

 

 

 

Abstracts

Shindel S.V.

Semukhina E.A.

Semyonova T.V.

The image of St. Anthony abbey in H. Böll’s novel "billiards at half-past nine"

The article is devoted to the regarding of the function of the image of St. Anthony Abbey in the work of Heinrich Böll "Billiards at half- past nine". The novel was the culmination of ethical and aesthetic views, a kind of "quintessence" of the moral imperative of the German writer. Heinrich Böll is closely connected with the history of Germany; also in the novel the life of Dynasty of architects the Faehmel family. In the novel the abbey symbolizes the old Germany, the place that gave rise to two wars and fascism, lead to irreparable losses for the Faehmels in particular, and for the people of Germany in general.

Key words: Heinrich Böll, the novel "Billiards at Half-Past Nine", image, St. Anthony Abbey, Germany, the XX-th century, fascism, war.

 

Pilyak S.A.

State-confessional relations in the preservation of the temple heritage

One of the important tasks of public administration, including state-confessional relations, is the preservation of cultural heritage sites. Material evidence of past eras - buildings, structures, archaeological sites, complexes and ensembles, places of interest, become universally recognized values when their material value begins to give way to spiritual significance. Often, due to the long, sometimes centuries-old life span of cultural heritage objects, their functional content repeatedly changes throughout their existence, which, in turn, can significantly complicate the preservation of this heritage for subsequent generations. The issue of preservation of monuments of wooden temple architecture, or wooden architecture, is particularly acute at the moment. The analysis of this area in order to form practically valuable proposals is the purpose of the study, the preliminary results of which are presented in the article.

Key words: state-confessional relations, wooden architecture, heritage, temple heritage, actualization of heritage.

 

Shastina A.E.

Global social space from the perspective of the problems of poly-confessional and post-secularity

The article analyzes the heuristic possibilities of such a sectoral sociology as the sociology of religion, to present a fairly reliable picture of the formation of a global social space. In it, active actors are not only individuals, but also numerous social associations, as well as governmental and non-governmental organizations. The combination of the subject fields of the sociology of religion and the sociology of international relations makes it possible to use the language of religion, which is becoming richer thanks to the spread of polyconfessionalism and post-secularism, to explain a number of complex processes observed in international life.

Key words: globalization, sociology of religion, social space, language of religion, polyconfessionalism, post-secularism.

 

Gavrilov D.M.

Contemporary artistic self-organizations in the regions of Russia

The article deals with the phenomenon of horizontal artistic self-organizations in the context of Russian regions. Based on such research projects as "Open Systems" and "Anatomy of the Artistic Environment", the author analyzes the experience of several cities and regions of the country, tracing both the features and patterns of development of independent exhibition spaces, festivals and art initiatives.

Key words: self-organizations, contemporary art, exhibitions, Russian regions.

 

Danakin N.S.

Safonov K.B.

Litvinova G.A.

Humanity and functionality in development organizations: the possibility of consensus

The evolution of ideas about the humanization of relations "man - organization" can be represented in the form of typical approaches, replacing each other over time. However, these changes are not discrete, which implies the possibility of coexistence of approaches. In depending on the ways of satisfying needs, taking into account abilities and creating conditions for the assertion of subjectivity of a person stand out functional, humanistic and integral approaches that allow maintain a balance of interests to varying degrees and take into account the peculiarities of both organizational structures and their employees. 

Key words: humanity, functionality, organization, consensus, integrity, transformation, organization, model.

 

Petrova S.I.

Petrova I.F.

The problem of social variability

The article is devoted to the problem of social change. A person encounters them both during his biological growth, and in an effort to rationalize his life difficulties or organize a social career. And although each of these moments is different from the others, they are united by a quantitative and qualitative paradigm: "occurrence, increase, decrease, repetition, development." The article is devoted to the analysis of various concepts of the transformation of society, in which "social changes" are defined primarily as changes occurring in social systems, a certain continuum of time and space. These changes manifest themselves in the following forms: formation, emergence, growth, decline, disappearance, transitional periods, transformation, etc. The direction of changes in social systems is interpreted in different ways: cyclical, linear, etc. If we talk about the existing tradition of typology of social changes in science, the following types are usually distinguished: revolutions, reforms, modernization, transformation, movements and some others.

Key words: society, social changes, transformation, society, social system, variability.

 

Andrievskaya Zh.V.

National consciousness in the context of modern global challenges

The phenomenon of national consciousness is currently becoming a frequent topic in the domestic public discourse. Such public attention is not accidental and is caused by the search for meanings in the conditions of the increasing Russophobes agenda in the international political space. The expansion of the area of the neoliberal Western project not only contributes to the emergence of a crisis of respect and mutual trust between countries, but also creates conditions for rethinking the role and place of Russia in the modern world.

Key words: national consciousness, identity, neoliberalism, civilization, Russian world, national awareness, national ideology, Russophobia.

 

Voznesenckiy I.S.

Shastina A.E.

Social risks of technosphere development

The article raises the issue, which was figuratively expressed in the third law of the writer Arthur C. Clarke, which is that "any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." The paradoxical nature of the technological development of society lies in the fact that as the technical capabilities expand, the technosphere absorbs more and more practices that are unthinkable and previously imagined, fantastic. Their implementation dramatically transforms the life of society, creating new imbalances in it and provoking social neuroses on a technological basis.

Key words: society, progress, technosphere, risks, technological education.

 

Dmitrieva I.S.

Sociocultural adaptation of migrants: conceptualization, stages and their dynamics

The article is devoted to the theoretical analysis of studying the problem of the dynamics of the stages of socio-cultural adaptation of migrants in a foreign cultural environment. The concepts of culture shock, sociocultural adaptation curve and dynamics of adaptation stages are considered. The main conceptual ideas of researchers of the dynamics of the stages of adaptation of migrants are analyzed. It is concluded that, despite the significant number of existing constructs for the dynamics of adaptation stages, most authors tend to “ideal construct” of a wavy adaptation curve, which has the dynamics of an alternating rise and fall in the migrant’s social well-being and occurs over a long period of time. It was revealed that a migrant can go through each stage of adaptation with varying degrees of severity or duration, taking into account a number of factors: the length of stay in another country, the level of passive and active inclusion, the availability of the necessary social capital, previous experience of migration to the host country, the degree of inclination to adapt and establish realistic adaptation goals, which can serve as a meaningful subject field for modern and future sociological research.

Key words: multicultural societies, culture shock, adaptation process curve, cultural signs, cultural codes, stages of adaptation.

 

Lukinova I.A.

Education as an existential value: philosophical reflections

This article is devoted to the philosophical understanding of the main essential aspects of the phenomenon of education as a value: ontological, epistemological, anthropological, axiological, social, etc. The author's conceptual version of their holistic interpretation is proposed, which, in turn, depends on the successful implementation of all the main functions of education in human society , the main of which is precisely the existential one: education as a value is the primary factor in the continuation of the human race, its true development.

Key words: value, education, ontology, epistemology, anthropology, axiology, activity, catastrophe, phenomenon of life, phenomenon of man, task (mission) of existence and activity of man, man as a given, man as the Absolute.

 

Popov S.I.

«Forecourts» for playing the world and a «crusade» against philosophy

Observing the bases and "directions" of "crusades" against philosophy in the history of intellectual culture is considered. The process of emergence and historical formation of philosophy as a form of rationality and its foundation is analyzed. The formation of rationality is seen as a sequence of changing mental "platforms." Philosophical platforms of thinking are being revealedas those platforms that act like the spiritual foundations of a particular intellectual era and, at the same time, the points of spiritual rejection of this era. A new mental platform, developing the previous one, each time more and more accurately specifies the circle of spiritual phenomena, with respect to those it acts as opposition. Discussing the alleged contours of the modern thinking platform, fate of philosophy and philosophers in our time is taking place.

Key words: thinking platform, rationality, Philosophy, crusade against Philosophy, Metaphysics, science, positivism, Christianity.

 

Kannikin S.V.

Metaphysical components of the socio-cultural foundations of outstanding sporting achievements of stayers from Kenya and Ethiopia

The author focused on the values, meanings and norms as exponents of the sociocultural, derived from the mythology, religion and philosophy of African peoples and manifested in the sports and related practices of famous distance runners of the region under consideration. In East African mythology, running was a way of determining the fate of humanity and a criterion for marital potential; preparation for a socially significant endurance race (collective hunting, cattle stealing, etc.) was associated with the initiatory practice of circumcision, as well as with rituals manifested in specific dance and ritualized movements. European missionaries, overcoming the mythological views of Africans, transferred the running classes of Kenyans and Ethiopians to the sports plane, and the cult of martyrdom and suffering as the fulfillment of the divine will in Christianity had a significant impact on the running motivation of stayers. In the philosophical heritage of African peoples, the concepts of L.S. Sengora, the ideas of ubuntu, negritu, and broadly understood Afropolitanism, which allow us to understand the motivation of African runners, aiming with their victories to showcase a successful Africa.

Key words: аfropolitism, negritude, ubuntu, religions of Еast Аfrica, East African mythology, philosophy of sports, endurance running, sociocultural foundations, African philosophy, East African stayers.

 

 

Authors

Andrievskaya Zh.V., Associate Professor, Candidate of Psychological Science. Doctoral candidate, Southern Federal University.

Danakin N.S., Doctor of Sociology, Professor of the Department of Sociology and Management, Belgorod State Technological University.

Dmitrieva I.S., Candidate of Sociological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Management and Marketing, Volgograd Branch of the Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plekhanov.

Gavrilov D.M., Postgraduate Student of the Department of Theory and History of Culture, Institute of Arts and Culture, National Research Tomsk State University.

Kannikin S.V., PhD in Philosophy, Associate Professor of the Department of Humanities at Stary Oskol Technological Institute named after A. Ugarov, branch of National University of Science and Technology «MISIS».

Litvinova G.A., Postgraduate Student of Department of Sociology and Management Belgorod State Technological University.

Lukinova I.A., Candidate of Philosophical Sciences, Lecturer. Department of Ethnology and Philosophy, North Caucasian Federal University, Stavropol.

Petrova I.F., Doctor of Philosophy, Professor. Academy of marketing and socially-information technologies, Krasnodar.

Petrova S.I., Candidate of Cultural Studies, Associate Professor. Academy of marketing and socially-information technologies, Krasnodar.

Pilyak S.A., Graduate student of the Institute of Public Administration and Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.

Popov S.I., PhD in Philosophy, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy and Culturology, Kemerovo State medical University.

Safonov K.B., PhD in Philosophy, Associate Professor of the Department of Eng-lish, Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University.

Semukhina E.A., Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor of Department of Translation Studies and intercultural Communikation. Yuri Gagarin State Technical University of Saratov.

Semyonova T.V., Senior lecturer of Department of Economics and Humanities, Engels Institute of Technology (branch)Yuri Gagarin State Technical University of Saratov.

Shastina A.E., Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, associative professor of the Chair of Sociology and Management at Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University.

Shindel S.V., Candidate of Cultural Studies, Associate Professor of Department of Economics and Humanities. Engels Institute of Technology (branch). Yuri Gagarin State Technical University of Saratov.

Voznesenckiy I.S., Senior Lecturer, MADI (The Moscow Automobile and Road Construction University).