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Philosophy. Psychology. Pedagogy

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ISSN 2542-1948 (Online)

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Experience of Social-psychological Analysis of an Integral Conception of the World

Maluchenko Gennadiy Nikolaevich, Balashov Institute (branch) of the Saratov State University

The paper discusses the fundamental principles of the author’s approach to social-psychological analysis of collective and individual models of the world. The role and significance of four universal characteristics of the world expressed through the notions of randomness (chaos), antagonisticness, mechanisticness, and organismicness and all the relations and processes in the world that determine the evolution of the human society are considered. On the basis of analysis of the data obtained during our experimental verification of the author’s method, a careful consideration is given to the specific nature of representativeness and comprehension of the above-mentioned characteristics in the individual and collective consciousness.


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