ABOUT THE HUMANISTIC MEANING OF PHILOSOPHY

Authors

  • Arinova Olga Tastanbekovna Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy and Theory of Culture, Faculty of Philosophy and Psychology, Karaganda University named after Academician E.A. Buketov, Karaganda, Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Toyshibekova Dilnaz student of the educational program “Philosophy” of the Faculty of Philosophy and Psychology, Karaganda University named after Academician E.A. Buketov, Karaganda, Republic of Kazakhstan

Keywords:

humanism, anti-humanism, philosophy, ethics, values, society, modernism, postmodernism, paradigm, identification

Abstract

The article makes a philosophical analysis of the problem of humanism in the context of the modern historical and social approach. The author examines the antithesis “humanism-anti-humanism” from the position of ideological and axiological similarity. The prospects for social and humanistic progress as a transformation of the humanistic direction in philosophy are considered. The author of the article does not agree with the position that humanistic discourse has no disciplinary affiliation and argues that this phenomenon is of a philosophical nature. The article asserts the thesis that humanism is in the sphere of social philosophy.

Published

2024-01-29

How to Cite

Arinova Olga Tastanbekovna, & Toyshibekova Dilnaz. (2024). ABOUT THE HUMANISTIC MEANING OF PHILOSOPHY. World Scientific Reports, (5). Retrieved from https://ojs.publisher.agency/index.php/WSR/article/view/2887

Issue

Section

Philosophical Sciences