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Who is culturologist?

Cultural studies culture (from the Latin cultura – education, education, development, respect), that is historically certain level of society’s creative powers and abilities, in terms of the types and forms of organization of life and activities of people in their relationships as well as they create spiritual and material values. A specific subject of cultural […]

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Dynamics of culture

Thus, it proves the fact that all of the sociocultural phenomena continuously changing, or otherwise, are in a state of becoming. Recognizing the legitimacy of Heraclitus expression of eternal change, a scientist refers to a detailed analysis of the causes of this statement, wondering: where to find the roots of variability of sociocultural phenomena and […]

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Cultural models Part 2

He does not believe that European culture is above any other, but acknowledges the fact that Western culture is very interesting as a multinational phenomenon, where each nation contributes its tone and the overall composition. Western civilization polyphonic, and multinational. That is why one of the most important results of the study he sees a […]

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Cultural models Part 1

Culture L. Kroeber understood as universal, common human phenomenon; In other words, the creation and existence of culture initially accompanies mankind. He was interested in the question the behavior of civilization in the culminating point of some aspects of cultural activities. He writes in his book Configurations cultural growth” which analyzes various forms of cultural […]

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The structure of the soul

Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) – Swiss physician, psychoanalyst. Born near the River. Basle. Heritage KR Jung great 20 volumes of incomplete Works. A distinctive feature views KR-Jung is the desire to prove the unity of the human race and the possibility of improving the soul, which will lead to understanding people of East and West, […]

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Where did the diversity and differences in civilizations come from?

It should be noted that immediately asserts itself supporter of historical pluralism or particularism: do not confuse the history of civilization and civilization theory. There is no single history. Each civilization has its own history and civilization theory applies to all civilizations and is the theoretical basis of the first. The main problem of the […]

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Freud’s psychoanalysis

Sigmund Freud (1856 1939) Austrian psychiatrist, neurologist, psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis. His theory provided a tremendous influence in shaping many areas of art, the interpretation of a number of issues of culture and the development of some humanities XX century. In the 1873 1881’s. He studied medicine at Vienna University, then worked as a practicing […]

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Types of sociocultural systems

Getting to highlight distinctive cultural systems, refers to finding inner defining aspect of integration, which, he said, it appears, especially in mental people. Assuming that each cultural system has its own mentality, its own system of truth and knowledge, has its own philosophy and a particular type of religion, its own idea of right and […]

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Culture as a universum of values

Philosophy of Culture is a system of views on cultural and civilizational processes, which reflected the typical beginning of the century philosophical and social ideas. Particularly strong influenced by the philosophy of humanism representative of British pragmatism F. K. Schiller, led largely subjective idealist general direction views. He also tried to develop a system of […]

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The morphology of culture

At the heart of every culture is its specific, which grows and real history of this culture. Every culture conceived as Spengler has a “soul”. Culture as becoming “soul” is pure possibility, but, taken as its “solid” implementation of spatially arranged objective forms, there was the reality. “The culture dies when this soul made without […]

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