TITLE

Человек будущего и современная образовательная политика

AUTHOR(S)
Гухман, Владимир
PUB. DATE
July 2017
SOURCE
Future Human Image;2017, Vol. 8, p41
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The problem of cultural elite forming out of high-educated men is discussed in the article. The basic education directives for problem decision are: self-education in and out of education process, the integral (natural-scientific and humanitarian) knowledge cult, “aristocratism of spirit and thought”, productive social creativity of the cultural elite. The article purpose is: to attract the attention of education doctrine authors to the education methodology reforming necessity for the re-orientation to the training of cultural elite as an postindustrial knowledge society social moving power. The methodological aspects of the modern education individualization are discussed: self-education and the independent thinking training, scientific inter-disciplinarity, relations between knowledge and truth, between explanation and understanding languages, the re-orientation from social-oriented to personality-oriented education priorities with serious contradictions between them, the want of intellectual and spiritual-moral directive for knowledge cult, self-perfectibility and general, in particular, information culture of the society overwhelming majority.
ACCESSION #
125518387

 

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