Pananthropological and anthropologically-synergistic measure of self-poetry of personal self-organization of social existence


  • V. Budz Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University
Keywords: self-organization; public life; synergical unity; somatics; psyche; spirit; human anthropology

Abstract

In the monograph are investigated the ontological features and regularities of self-organization of public reality in the context of anthropological principles and axiological factors, derived from them. The possibilities of application of concepts of paradigm of self-organization for the analysis of public processes are analyzed. The conception of anthropological synergy and  pan-antropological approach to the analisys of processes of self-organisation of society, which are based on the idea of synergical unity of somatics, psyche and spirit as constituent parts of human anthropology, are analyzed. Phenomenological transformation of emotions and feelings into the axiological factors of self-organization of public life is analyzed. Public life is analyzed as the self-organized phenomenological and axiological process, which develops as the synergical connection of highly emotionally perceptible and semiotic factors.

References

Budz, V.P. (2017). Self-Organisation of Public Reality in the Context of its Antropological Principles and Axiоlogical Factors : in 5 Vol. Vol. 1 : Prolegomena to Self-Organisation of Social Being. Conceptual and Methodological Bases of Research : Monograph. Ivano-Frankivsk, Prykarpattya. nats Un-t them. V. Stefanyk [in Ukrainian]
Budz, V.P. (2008). Self-organization as a methodological principle of social philosophy. Bulletin of the Precarpathian University, 11, 58-63. [in Ukrainian]

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2018-02-15
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Budz, V. (2018). Pananthropological and anthropologically-synergistic measure of self-poetry of personal self-organization of social existence. Fundamental and Applied Researches in Practice of Leading Scientific Schools, 25(1), 50-56. Retrieved from https://farplss.org/index.php/journal/article/view/272