No 3 (2016)

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RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):7-8
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Ethics of higher school (the example of Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia)
Tsvyk V.A.
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The article analyses basic values and main ethical principles of the contemporary university using an example of Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia. The notions of professionalism, professional duty and professional responsibility are considered as the criteria of a moral evaluation of labour activity of academics.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):9-18
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Ethics of international communication and specifics of work in international collective
Moiseenko M.V.
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In the article the problems connected with ethics of international communication and specifics of work and study in international collective on the example of RUDN are investigated. The questions of professional, moral and patriotic education in international collective have the main part in the article.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):19-25
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Teaching ethics in technical colleges: problems and prospects
Tsvyk I.V.
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The article discusses the ethical and moral education of students in contemprary Russian technical universities. The author points out the need to strengthen the educational component of the higher education system. The author proposes to introduce more active in training the ethical component, which includes not only the interpretation of the students of codes of professional ethics of engineers, but also to examine the challenges of social and ethical issues related to engineering work and moral evaluation of art in general.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):26-33
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Taking care of oneself as a factor of character development in the system of modern education
Bolotnikova E.N.
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The contradictions between such categories as universal and individual, training and education, student and teacher can be resolved by changing the focus of the education system. Taking care of oneself must determine self-discovery, only then the system of continuous education, personal growth and ethical view of self activity will become not extracted, but internalized values of life for an individual. A human being with a unique set of properties and social knowledge has the best prospects, but he is the only person to construct himself.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):34-41
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Humboldt’s university model in the contemporary world
Savvina O.V.
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The article analyses the history of Humboldt’s university model and its relevance and effectiveness nowadays. Humboldt’s university model has been developed in the beginning of the 19th century by W. von Humboldt and widespread worldwide. Universities which were organized according to the model depended on a national state and interacted with it, benefiting the state’s culture and educational level of the population, developing scientific research. The model was criticizing during the 20th century, but many famous universities shared its values. B. Readings in his “University in Ruins” shows that Humboldt’s university model does not work anymore because of the decreasing influence of national states, growing significance of the global market and disappearing of national culture as phenomenon. The author argues that Humboldt’s university model has been restricted since Humboldt’s times but it is still the basic model of contemporary universities worldwide.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):42-50
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Ethics and professionalism in the contemporary university
Prokofyev A.V.
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The paper analyzes the theoretical approach to academic ethics that explains its specific character using the notion of professionalism. If university is an organization uniting professional teachers rather than providers of educational services, than norms of academic ethics exceed the bounds of a diligent fulfillment of formalized job responsibilities. A professor has a considerable freedom as to how and what to teach and takes full responsibility for his/her professional decisions. A university administrator should find a way to reconcile a creative freedom of a professor with a coherence of academic curricula. Imperatives of academic ethics are aimed at establishing an optimal interaction of these key figures. This is a central thesis of conceptions developed by R. Weingartner and V.I. Bakshtanovsky.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):51-59
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Ethical and philosophical responsibility of the teacher of Social Sciences and Humanities
Gusev D.A., Suslov A.V.
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The article is about problem of ethical and ideological responsibility of the teacher of the humanities. The teacher, as well as any person adheres to certain values and ideological orientation, which significantly affect its activity. In this personal teacher's position, as well as his style of work have an impact on the formation of philosophical and scientific orientation of students. The question of what the teacher is correct worldview difficult enough. The authors substantiate the feasibility of the idea of a neutral ideological orientation of the teacher of the humanities in his professional activity.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):60-70
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Ethics university administrators in the system of higher education
Mukhametzhanova V.S.
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The article analyzes the current state of higher education universities. The author concludes that at the time of the transition stage universities go on a search for new forms of education management, having maintained the best academic tradition. University administrators as a special professional group are becoming of a particular importance in a new university management paradigm. In order to determine the status of university administrator the author used conceptions of N. Keoheyn and P. Weingartner, as well as a number of Russian researchers in the field of ethics.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):71-75
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Political ethics as the foundation of a new political doctrine
Sazonova A.A.
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The article examines the key issue of political ethics: relation between morality and policy in the context of the concept of discourse ethics. Political ethics is presented as a universal discipline, which is the element that contributes to the formation of a fundamentally new moral consciousness of the society, increase of level of political culture and democracy in the country.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):76-81
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The influence of student associations on higher education policy
Dorokhina R.V.
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The article deals with the theme of the influence of student associations on high school policy. There are examples of the first European student associations and their work with students and academic staff of the university. The author outlines the reason of disappearing of student corporations in the Russian Empire. Also the article describes how students attempt to create a modern corporation, their orientation and goals.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):82-87
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Higher education as a factor of socialization of modern youth
Lapshin I.Y.
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The article concerns the problems of socialization of modern youth in the context of informatization of modern society and the role of higher education as one of the main factors of youth’ socialization. Today, university is a main social institution that introduces the young generation to the adult society and regulates the impact of other types of socialization. The article analyzes the interaction of the university socialization and the “digital socialization” and emphasizes their crucial intersection points.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):88-95
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Relationship between teacher and students as a problem of academic ethics
Kosorukova A.A.
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The article is devoted to the examining the principles of the relationship between a lecturer and students which refer to the understanding of the mission of the higher school both in classical and non-classical university. The paper proposes a possible system of ethical issues in the relationship “teacher - student”, based on comprehension of the ethos and the mission of the profession, as well as a modern moral issue relating to the scope of application of information technologies in the educational process.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):96-103
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The shared concerns of Nietzsche and Rumi on humanity
Akhlaq S.H.
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Nietzsche and Rumi belong to two different time and spaces: one a Germen Post-modern Philosopher, the other an Afghani Middle Ages Sufi. After an introduction about both figures and methodology used here, this paper presents a detailed discussion on commonalities between Nietzsche and Rumi. The first section illustrates on the shared methodology of writings which are the rousing language, hidden ideas amid simple points, and the paradoxical teachings. The second part studies the shared fundamental concepts among these philosophers. These concepts are Anti-idolism, the intuitional knowledge, and the authenticity of person. The last section of this paper called “inspirations” explains how those shared methodology and ideas serve two aims: mutual understanding between two different philosophies as well as enhancing our comprehension of humanity.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):104-112
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Ethics of higher education
Schkliar V.S.
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The article analyses key problems of higher education: commercialization, loss of autonomy, restructuring of education goals, demotivation of professors - teaching staff. It demonstrated the futility of attempts to solve the ethical problems in micro -scale with the total lack of work ethic with macro fundamental moral grounds.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):113-118
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The category of “self-cultivation” and its application in liberal arts education
Chernykh V.I.
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This work is devoted to analysis of the ideas of Du Weiming and R.K. Neville, vivid representatives of the so-called Boston school of modern Confucianism. Basing on the example of “Self-Cultivation” concept philosophers attempt to apply the categories of Confucian ethics in the model of liberal education as one of the most popular and perspective ones abroad.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):119-123
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RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2016;(3):124-125
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