ETERNAL VALUES: SIGNIFICANCE OF CREATIVITY OF A.S. PUSHKIN IN THE AGE OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS (For the 220th Birth Anniversary)

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The purpose of the article is to study the importance of Pushkin's work in the age of scientific and technological progress, to identify and analyze the moral values that accompany the work and personality of Alexander Pushkin and are particularly relevant to our time. The article discusses the moral values of honor and dignity, the ratio between good and evil, concepts of duty, justice, love and friendship, happiness, freedom, creativity, patriotism, national idea, peoples’ friendship and the problem of preserving Russian language in modern Russia. The article is written through the prism of interpretation of Pushkin’s creativity by Russian philosophers abroad and modern philosophers. The article deals with the problem of using neural networks that make it possible to reproduce the style of A. S. Pushkin. The author concludes about the relevance of the work of A. S. Pushkin in our days. The issues of preserving spirituality, moral values, national identity, and optimistic Renaissance perception of the world, of understanding the beauty of life, remain relevant and in demand in modern age of rapid scientific and technical progress, both in Russia and in the world.


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M V Moiseenko

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

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Email: moiseenko-mv@rudn.ru
Moscow, Russia

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