Education philosophy in the context of anthropological measurement of history of philosophy

Volume 3, Number 4, 2018, P. 49–59


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During history the western university evolved from theological model through a Kantian- Humboldt model to corporate – entirely in line with monotopical hermeneutics. «Shortcomings» the university Kantian- Humboldt are seen (the academic freedom, support of scientific research and prominent scientists, the organization of science and training, aiming at concrete area of knowledge, emphasis on humanitarian knowledge as understanding). Information society, requirements of business and technetronic progress, demanded improvement of an education system. The university became corporate, interconnected with control of production and distribution of knowledge through Nano-bio-info-cognitive revolution. The innovative projects directed to restructuring and an intensification of training transform skilled training from the descriptive term relating to training in the human relations to the conceptual lexicon used in different contexts for an explanation and justification of pedagogical behavior both at school, and in higher education institution. The concept of the advancing education defines knowledge, abilities which people of the 21st century, but also qualities of experts, for adaptation in the rapidly changing world have to possess at the solution earlier not of the known problems. Integration of educational space, with its values, the ideas, dominants promotes definition of the place of a civilization the level of development of intelligence, culture, creative abilities of the person, transfer of a priority with «to learn» — on «to bring up», with «to learn» — on «to learn to study». It is promoted by the online universities, remote education, the websites of training courses, multimedia lessons, the external studies, etc. Implementation of the program of transformation of corporations into the universities demanded essentially new philosophy of education and pedagogics. The initiative of transformations is stimulated with formation of uniform global space (the world village) of life of the people and also integrative trends, as on levels of the theory and practice, and educational policy. The top trend of development of education in the course of globalization is expressed in its integration into the world market of services. Fight for the consumer of educational service happens in transnational cultural space now.


education philosophy, innovative methods, the advancing education, educational space, distantny education, the university and corporation


Колесников Анатолий Сергеевич, Институт философии, Санкт-Петербургский государственный университет, г. Санкт-Петербург, Российская федерация

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Kolesnikov A. S. Education philosophy in the context of anthropological measurement of history of philosophy//Social competence (In Russian).


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