Political and cultural kontext of worldview

Author(s):  N.V. Kropivka, candidate of Sciences, Belgorod University of Cooperation, Economics and Law, Belgorod , Russia, ringo__02@mail.ru

V.S. Mochalov, Belgorod National Research University, Belgorod , Russia, vadim.mochalov2013@yandex.ru

V.A. Noskov, Dr., Prof., Belgorod National Research University , Belgorod , Russia, noskov@bsu.edu.ru

Issue:  Volume 43, № 4

Rubric:  Thesis

Annotation:  The article gives an interpretation of the worldview from the point of view of the "context" paradigm. In this connection, the heuristic potential of the "textual" and "contextual" interpretations of the worldview reality is compared. In the first case, we mean an "abstract" worldview, and in the second case, a "concrete" worldview. In other words, it is necessary to distinguish the world outlook as a "privatized" phenomenon that relates to the surrounding world and carries abstract meanings, and the worldview as a "nationalized" phenomenon depending on this world and embodying specific semantic nuances and variations. The content characteristics of a worldview tied to the political and cultural context are indicated. It is concluded that culture embodies the processes of the expansionist spread of worldview values, and politics is the processes of reflecting philosophical and scientific thought on these values. It is emphasized that in these processes the energy of the forces of "fatalism" (culture) and "voluntarism" (politics) is interfaced.

Keywords:  Worldview, context, culture, politics, expansion, reflection, fatalism, voluntarism.

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