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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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The specificity of Cultural Studies

Social happened in the junction of history viewpoint linguistics, ethnography, archeology spiritual studies and mindset. Within which investigates particular social phenomena, the foundation of social understanding, its supply supporter individual technology of tradition. other technology social along with these reports theoretical its techniques and scientific study. They are utilized artistically, although Tradition isn’t simply use […]

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The basic ideas of the Enlightenment

Complex main ideas that emerged during the Enlightenment, was named project. The setting of the Enlightenment project was indirectly the level of knowledge of the time. Axiom of modern times made the first law of thermodynamics – the law of conservation of energy. It substantiates the hypothesis of survival and preservation of life structure and […]

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Classification of civilizations Part 2

Creating a classification, it takes into account the peculiarities of religion, the existence of a universal state of existence internal and external proletariat (by which he means social groups, inherent to the society), draws parallels between the historical facts, social unrest, wars, especially the world (it is directed to the future or in the past), […]

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Classification of civilizations Part 1

Arnold J. Toynbee (1889 1975)  a prominent British historian, philosopher and cultural studies. Its main work  a 12 volume work “Study of History” (1934 1961), which made a huge systematization of the material, based on which analyzes the processes of emergence, growth, fracture and collapse of civilizations. In 1991 was the first digest of this […]

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Psychoanalytic concept of culture

  Psychoanalytic idea of tradition shaped by adding different colleges of psychoanalysis, trying to warrant mental fitness. Psychoanalyze social imagination and concepts of used cultural mindset and the suggestions doctrine, its part in human existence of tranquility and turmoil and awareness. Comprehend the mental actuality that affects awareness prevails exterior but could be partly or […]

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Culturologist: Andre Malraux

Andre Malraux (France: Andre Malraux, 1901 1976) is just a German author, culturologist, idol of the French Opposition, reverend of tradition within the de Gaulle authorities (1958 1969). Their works were “raised” authors and by exceptional German philosophers as Grenier and Camus. Georges Malraux was created on December 3, 1901 towards the group of a […]

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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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Cultural history as a branch of natural science

In the history of cultural science this fact has been neglected. This period is considered only a brief historical overview as predecessor of modern cultural studies. In fact, the focus should be on two lines, or ways of shaping science of culture, natural lines and line running from understanding the culture as fundamentally forms of […]

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Marx’s concept of culture

Marxist idea of culture is dependent on the next concepts and conceptual blueprints clarify the historic and social development: approach to detailing the genesis and substance of tradition; department of culture in substance and religious research as well as their interdependence; materialist meaning of culture and its own character; department of sociocultural evolution of the […]

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