Genesis of a poly-systemic integrity of the personality
AbstractThe article specifies that integrity is one of fundamental properties of complex formations (systems); properties and demands of a whole are considered as important determinants of development, and development of integrity of a personality is its criterion.The most important factors which promote development of integrity of a personality are allocated, namely: "creative life", "self-implementation", "motivation", "cognitive requirement", "effectiveness", " significance", "inwardness", " spontaneity", "image of the world, image of а man", "respectfulness".It has been proved that poly-systemic integrity of a personality is characterized by a multidimensionality (various structure of integrities). Such multidimensionality differs in distribution by criterion of differentiation to polar categories (systems, modalities, and dispositions), bi-polar categories (bi-sуstems, bi-modalities and bi-dispositions.). The systems, the modalities, the bi-modality and the bi-disposition represent multi-ordinal modes of poly-systemic integrity of the personality. Through them multidimensional nature of the organization of the poly-systemic integrity of the personality is shown.- The theoretical model of the poly-systemic integrity of a personality is presented in the form of several spheres that are implicated in each other, are interpenetrated one in one and are interconnected by system bonds (sub-modalities in polar categories and polar categories in bi-polar categories). So the system organization is represented by the following levels: sub modalities, polar categories and bipolar categories. The level structures and inter-level structures are represented accordingly. Thus the integral integrity represents structural integrities that are interconnected.
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