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Pedagogical aspect of humanities

The author focuses on the matter of reason of teaching humanities in higher education establishments. The goal of teaching the human sciences is often being esteemed simply to expand the students’ worldview. But in fact, it also plays an important role in the process of forming professional qualities. The research pursued based on dialectical and systemic approaches.

The main results of the study appear to the idea that humanitarian subjects in higher education establishments fulfill three extremely important functions: first, they provide the basis for a holistic perception of knowledge and their deep understanding; secondly, they develop the student’s creative abilities; thirdly, they develop his personal qualities.
The newness and significance of the results lies in the conclusion that, without creative and personal characteristics, not a single person, even despite preparedness in the professional field can be a full-featured specialist. They form the basis of the professional qualities of any specialist, and only in terms of them, a person becomes a professional. Otherwise, he becomes one-sided and one-dimensional, because of which his purely professional skills become flawed. Moreover, in this regard, the value of humanitarian subjects is more significant than even professional training. This shows their proximate practical usefulness.

Key words: humanities, humanization of education, education, inner world, understanding, creativity, personality, freedom, higher school, professionalism

For Reference: Melikov, I. M. (2020). Pedagogical aspect of humanities. Perspektivy nauki i obrazovania – Perspectives of Science and Education, 44 (2), 30-46. doi: 10.32744/pse.2020.2.3

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Ibragim M. Melikov (Russia, Moscow) - Professor, Doctor of Philosophical Science, Professor of the Department of Philosophy. Russian State Social University. E-mail: immelikov@gmail.com. ORCID ID: 0000-0003-2092-5134

Universalism versus professionalism as results of education

«The mind (talent, ability, etc.) is a natural status of a person, a norm, not an exception» (E. V. Ilienkov) – namely this kind of reflection of Russian philosophers, but with a question mark only, can be represented as some background and/or hypothesis of the present study of the results of education in a modern post-industrial society. Is the model of education proposed in the modern Russian pedagogy based on the competence approach a relevant, sufficient and viable basis for a “normative” type of the personality necessary for the society? The analysis of the ratio of universal and professional knowledge, universalism and professionalism in education was carried out using the philosophical paradigms of universality and discreteness, the Renaissance ideal of a many-sided person, as well as the ideas of a universal and distracted person. To solve this problem, we used the descriptive method, methods of analysis and synthesis in the formation of judgments; a sociological range of the methodology of the activity approach and concepts of social types of the personality. As a result, the need to bring the inner world of a person, the system of his knowledge and competencies in line with the increased consistency and complexity of the modern world is shown. It is proved that such an opportunity is provided by the system of anthropological foundations, traditions of fundamental nature and universality of the national pedagogy, and allows organically mastering the best achievements of the Western competence model of education.

Key words: universalism, professionalism, education, philosophy, pedagogy, competence approach, personality

For Reference: Lavrukhina, I. M., & Glushko, I. V. (2019). Universalism versus professionalism as results of education. Perspektivy nauki i obrazovania – Perspectives of Science and Education, 41 (5), 10-19. doi: 10.32744/pse.2019.5.1

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Irina M. Lavrukhina (Russia, Zernograd) - Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Professor of the Department of Humanities and Foreign Languages. Azov-Black Sea Engineering Institute. Don State Agrarian University. E-mail: Lavruhina_i@inbox.ru. ORCID ID: 0000-0002-7631-7667

Irina V. Glushko (Russia, Zernograd) - Doctor of Philosophy, Associate Professor, Professor of the Department of Humanities and Foreign Languages. Azov-Black Sea Engineering Institute. Don State Agrarian University. E-mail: glu-ir@mail.ru. ORCID ID: 0000-0002-0107-025X