(русский / in Russian) Философия / Philosophy

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source:  LEU INTUIT 2014年2月10日
The course and test in LEU INTUIT http://www.intuit.ru/studies/courses/665/521/info
Author: Vyacheslav Moiseev
The course on philosophy for schools, including sections of the general philosophy - ontology, epistemology, and axiology. The aim is to lay the foundations of a new system of building a high school course in philosophy, relying on the ideas of integral philosophy. At the same time course consistent with the requirements of the new federal standard for philosophy.
Based on the basic requirements of the federal educational standard for college courses philosophy, an attempt is made to lay the foundations of a new systematic course in philosophy, based on the ideas and principles of integral philosophy. It examines the main areas of philosophical knowledge - ontology, epistemology, and axiology. The presentation of all these subjects held the line on the integration of the various more specific philosophical trends - materialism and idealism, determinism and non-determinism, reductionism and holism, etc. The establishment of a new system of construction of philosophical knowledge is put integrative model of reality (the so-called "subjective ontology"), in which the outer and inner world are regarded as ryadopolozhennye ontological regions within a single ontological space.
Objective: To give the students a systematic understanding of modern philosophical knowledge - the knowledge of how much an integral, active interaction with various forms of culture and are in constant evolution.

Lecture 1: The concept of philosophy. The structure of philosophical knowledge  1:19:04 The phenomenon of philosophical knowledge, the history of its origin, the relationship of philosophy and worldview. The following gives a brief description of the main topics of philosophical knowledge - ontology, epistemology, axiology, logic. We study the basic problems of philosophy in relation to these sections are examples of different philosophies.
Lecture 2: The problem of being  1:42:52
Lecture 3: Development and Evolution  1:21:30
Lecture 4: The problem of man from nature to society and culture,  1:23:36
Lecture 5: Society and production of  1:20:11
Lecture 6: The structure of the society. Society and nature  53:35
Lecture 7: Fundamentals of Axiology  1:20:29
Lecture 8: Elements of philosophical anthropology  1:22:55
Lecture 9: The Philosophy of History  1:45:16
Lecture 10: Fundamentals of epistemology  1:34:38

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