Mission confessions №21 2017

 

 

 
Expert Council of the International FPMOandMK
"Etnosotsium" recognized as the best in the categories
"International development of interethnic relations",
"Ethnosocial development of Russia",
"State and civil society"
 
Chairman of the Editorial Board
Zyazikov M.M. doctor of philosophical sciences, lieutenant general
Doktor Fabio Bajo, Director of the International Institute for Migration
Scalabrini Pontifical Urban University
 
Chief Editor
Ryabova E. L., Doctor of Political Sciences, Candidate of Social Sciences, Professor.
Deputy Chief Editor
Bessonova E.G. - Candidate of philosophic sciences, Associate Professor philosophy and culture, head of education Work and Youth Policy of St. Petersburg State University.
Dannenberg A. N. - Associate Professor of Church-State Relations of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Service under the President of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Philosophical Science.
Solonin K. U. - Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of the Institute of Chinese classics Chinese People's University. Beijing.
Chapkin S. V. - Academician of the Academy of Ecology and Law, President of the Foundation PMKandOMO.
Klimenko D.A. - Candidate of Philology, Public Project Manager.
 
The observers:
Expert advice;
Editorial Council;
Supervisory Council.
 
 
Chairman of the Editorial Board
Zyazikov M.M., Deputy Presidential Envoy in the Central Federal District, Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, member of the Writers’ Union of Russia.
Fadio Bodjo, Director of the International Institute for Migration “Scalabrini” of Pontifical Urban University.
 
Editorial Board

Kuznecova T.F., Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor of Lomonosov Moscow State University.

Pusko V.S., Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University.

Ilarionova T.S., Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor of The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, General Director of the Institute of Energy of Knowledge.

Solonin K.Y., Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of the Institute of Chinese classics, Chinese People’s University.

Matushanskaya Y.G., Doctor of Philosophical Science, Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy, Associate Professor of Department of Philosophy and Science History, Professor of the Department of Religious Studies.

Yachin S.E., Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Philosophy of Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok.

Vodolackiy V.P., Doctor of Social Sciences, Deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, Supreme Ataman of the Union of Cossacks of Russia and abroad Warriors, Cossack General.

Baharev V.V., Doctor of Social Sciences, Professor of the VSU.

Danakin N.S., Doctor of Sociological Sciences, Professor of The BSTU.

Bormotova T.M., Candidate of Social Sciences, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of the Russian Interior Ministry, leading researcher at the Research Center №1.

Arefev M.A., Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Head of Department of Philosophy and Cultural Studies.

Hitarova I.Y., Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, senior researcher of the Museum Complex The State Museum St Isaac’s Cathedral.

Tumanyan T.G., Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Head of Department of Oriental Philosophy and Cultural Studies.

Hripkova E.A., Candidate of History of Arts, Senior Lecturer, Department of Art History, Russian State Humanitarian University.

Martinkin A.V., Candidate of Historical Sciences, Director of the Center of political and ethno-religious Studies (Moscow State University in Sevastopol), Deputy Dean of Faculty History and Philology, Associate Professor of History and International Relations (Moscow State University in Sevastopol).

Bessonov E.G., Candidate of Philosophical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Chair of Philosophy and Culture Studies, Head of the Department of Education and Youth Politics at St. Petersburg Agrarian University.

Dannenberg A.N., Associate Professor of Church-State Relations of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Doctor of Philosophical Science.

Graeme Stowers, political scientist, expert, UK.

Don Anselmo Santos, Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor, Madrid.

Chjan Vei, People’s Republic of China.

 
 
 
 

Content

 
RELIGION AND SOCIETY
 
Archpriest Dmitri Leskin Russia-Italy. Tolyatti
8
Dzutsev K.V., Kornienko N.V. Public opinion of the population of the Republic of the North Caucasus Federal District of the Russian Federation on the religious values of the Jews
21
Karasev N.A. Dissemination of the Orthodox tradition of mystical theology and hesychasm in Russia in the 14th century
31
Krilov A.V., Morozov V.M. Islamic factor in the political development of Palestine
39
Yuan Quan The interaction between the PRC and the Vatican — the Holy See in the context of the normalization of relations at the beginning of the XXI century
56
Sokolovskiy K.G. Problems of interreligious interaction in a multi-confessional state (on the example of the Republic of Kazakhstan)
64
Tkalich A.I. Historical and cultural importance of the mission to educate the Chukotka indigenous peoples of Chukotka in the pre-Soviet period
70
Radchenko A.F. Interconfessional dialogue as a factor of spiritual and moral education
77
 
PHILOSOPHY, SOCIOLOGY AND CULTURE
 
Ryabova E.L., Nechiporenko V.S. Leader’s legacy of Fidel Castro: problems of confessional cooperation, public administration, social revolution
89
Latyshev N.A. The historical diversity of the symbolic spaces of Russia and the practice of «divide and conquer»
101
Radchenko A.F. The educational policy of the PRC and the employment of young people
109
Oseledchik M.B. The fractal nature of tacit knowledge
116
Pitka S.N. Envy in the student environment (Based on sociological research)
125
Kolodina A.A. Culture as a way and form active being human
132
 
CHRISTIANITY IN THE MIDDLE EAST
 
Zanemonets A. Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem in the first years after the Revolution of 1917
142
 
Abstract
 
149
Authors
155

 

 

 
Abstract
Dzutsev K.V.
Kornienko N.V.
Public opinion of the population of the Republic of the North Caucasus Federal District of the Russian Federation on the religious values of the Jews

The article is based on materials of ethnosociological research conducted in the summer of 2016 in the republics of the North Caucasus Federal District of the Russian Federation: in the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania, the Chechen Republic, the Karachay-Cherkess Republic, the Republic of Ingushetia, the Republic of Dagestan, the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic. The sample size was 1200 people, including 50 experts (journalists, scientists, officials, members of political parties, cultural workers). The article analyzes the attitude of the population of the North Caucasus Federal District to the religious values of the Jews, in particular, to forms of religious activity that affect all residents of the studied republics. The introduction reveals the urgency of the topic, briefly characterizes modern approaches to the formation of communities of Mountain Jews in the North Caucasus. The main part examines the results of a mass survey of residents and experts on issues relating to various aspects of strengthening the religious activity of the Jews. In the conclusion the comparative analysis of opinion of the population is given, the characteristic of the relation to religious values of Jews in each republic is given.

Keywords: religion, Judaism, school, media, public sermons, charity, television, clergymen, the North Caucasus.

 

Karasev N.A.
Dissemination of the Orthodox tradition of mystical theology and hesychasm in Russia in the 14th century

The article shows the reasons, process and consequences of spreading the hesychastic experience of spiritual life in Russia of the XIV century. From the Byzantine Empire, hesychasm penetrated as directly, through the communion of the clergy with the Patriarchate of Constantinople and the connection of Russian spiritual life with Athos, and through Serbia and Bulgaria. Palamas was almost in Russia unknown until the 19th century, but the spirit, the fundamental principle of mystical theology about the unity of God through the unity of the Father, took root in the Christian consciousness of the Russian man.

Keywords: Palamas, Hesychasm, non-agility, asceticism, St. Cyprian, Neil of Sora, mystical theology, smart prayer.

 

Yuan Quan
The interaction between the PRC and the Vatican - the Holy See in the context of the normalization of relations at the beginning of the XXI century

The article discusses the relationship between the PRC and the Vatican - the Holy See at the beginning of the 21st century. The PRC and the Vatican-Holy See are important subjects of the system of international relations and world politics at the present time. However, the process of normalizing the Sino-Vatican relations passes through many different kinds of problems and mutual disagreements. The methodological basis of this publication is the principles of cultural and historical methods of scientific knowledge.

Keywords: China, the Vatican, the normalization of Sino-Vatican relations, importance, difficulty, problems.

 

Sokolovskiy K.G.
Problems of interreligious interaction in a multi-confessional state (on the example of the Republic of Kazakhstan)

Effective interreligious dialogue in a multi-confessional state is an indispensable condition for social stability. An analysis of the experience of the Republic of Kazakhstan makes it possible to identify a number of factors that are indispensable for such a process to take place, as well as to determine a single common denominator that can be its underlay. Based on the nature and specificity of religious relations in the country, the peculiarities of the activities of traditional confessions are proposed to optimize this work, as well as involving various representatives of civil society institutions in it.

Keywords: Kazakhstan, religious tolerance, broad-mindedness, Church-State Relation, religious faiths, interreligious harmony, religious conflict, faith, interfaith interaction, inter-religious dialogue.

 

Tkalich A.I.
Historical and cultural importance of the mission to educate the Chukotka indigenous peoples of Chukotka in the pre-Soviet period

Chukotskaya orthodox mission, created at the end of the XVIII century by Russian Orthodox Church, had the goal of spreading orthodox faith among native population of Chukotka. The trips of missionaries to nomad-herders was accompanied with some risk: the absence of roads, lack of proper financing, a language barrier which prevented from valuable work. Nevertheless, at the price of unbelievable effort and courage, missionaries of Chukotka region, continued leading their educational work. Native population of the region (Chukchi, Yukaghir people and Evens) accepted Orthodoxy, assimilated new for them values of Russian orthodox culture. Experience received by the mission caused the birth of unique cultural phenomena of the studied period with corrections on social and cultural, geographical, climate conditions and nomadic life of native population.

Keywords: The Mission of Chukotka, Orthodox missionaries, Christian education of indigenous peoples.

 

Latyshev N.A.
The historical diversity of the symbolic spaces of Russia and the practice of "divide and conquer"

The article deals with the influence of symbols and formed their symbolic spaces for cultural activity the essence of people, conducted a specific analysis of the dynamics of understanding the role of symbolic behavior and the human mind. The study allowed to identify some of the principal symbolic constructs that influenced the formation of certain factors of social and political reality of Russia.

Keywords: symbols, system of meanings, symbolic capital, symbolic power subjects, symbolism strategy of "divide and conquer.

 

Mikhail B.O.
The fractal nature of tacit knowledge

The article analyzes the fractal nature of implicit knowledge and its significance for understanding the nature of transmission and reconfiguration of knowledge. Implicit knowledge is one of the ways of existence of consciousness. It lies at the basis of a person's professional abilities. Forming a message by its creator is the process of building a self-similar structure - a fractal, i.e. Articulated construction, similar to those conceptual schemes that are contained in the consciousness of the subject. Those. Message-and the transfer of this self-similar structure-the fractal-to the addressee. Receiving the message and decoding it, the addressee builds in his mind, again, the mental construction, which in turn is similar to the semantic construction that is embedded in the message, i.e. Understanding the fractal.

Keywords: implicit knowledge, stochastic fractal, reconfiguration of knowledge, knowledge transfer, knowledge management system.

 

Pitka S.N.
Envy in the student environment (Based on sociological research)

The purpose of the article is to determine the place and role of envy in the life of student youth. On the strength of this goal, the following tasks are set and solved: the characterization of students' attitude towards envy, the definition of its scale, the subject and form of appearance, the discovery of the reasons for envy and the most widespread reactions of a person to envy.

Keywords: students, envy, reasons, forms of appearance, personality.

 

Kolodina A.A.
Culture as a way and form active being human

The article considers a wide range of problems that form the research field of culture, considered as knowledge, values and practical activities of modern man, living in a chaotic and rapidly changing world. The feature article is a concise and accurate analysis of the basic concepts and categories of modern social and philosophical knowledge, which is used for an adequate understanding of diverse and divergent mass processes occurring in the material, social, spiritual and cultural activities of the modern transitive society.

Keywords: Culture, axiology, values, norms, standards.

 

Zanemonets A.
Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem in the first years after the Revolution of 1917

The article is dedicated to the problem of management and legal status of the Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem in the first years after the Russian revolution, till mid1920s. These years were also the initial years of the British Mandate in Palestine. The research is made on personalities, who were in the head of the Russian Mission, as well as on their relations with British administration, and specify of the British legislation in Palestine.

Keywords: Holy Land, Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem, Russian Abroad, British Mandate.

 

 
Authors
Archpriest Dmitri Leskin,  Doctor of Philosophical Science, Candidate of Theology, Professor, Rector of the Volga Orthodox Institute of St. Alexis, Metropolitan of Moscow.
Dzutsev K.V., Doctor of Sociological Sciences, Head of the North Ossetian Social Research Center, Institute for Socio-Political Studies, Head of the Department of sociology of the North Ossetian State University named after K.L. Khetagurov, Vladikavkaz.
Karasev N.A., Candidate of Theology, Candidate of Philosophy, The all-church post-graduate and doctoral studies of the Saints Equal-to-the-Apostles Cyril and Methodius, Department of Theology.
Kolodina A.A., Senior lecturer, Department of history, cultural studies, youth policy and promotion of the Moscow Aviation Institute (national research University), Candidat of sociological Sciences.
Kornienko N.V., Post-graduate student of the Department of Sociology (Khetagurova North Ossetian State University).
Krilov A.V., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Oriental Studies, Moscow State Institute of International Relations.
Latyshev N.A., Candidate of philosophical Sciences, associate Professor Moscow state University of railway engineering, The Department of "economic theory and management".
Morozov V.M., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Assistant Professor of the Department of Diplomacy of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations.
Nechiporenko V.S., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
Oseledchik M.B., Candidate of philosophical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of philosophy and social Sciences High school printing and mediaindustrii Moscow Polytechnic University.
Palamarenko E.V., Graduate Student, Ss Cyril and Methodius School of Post-Graduate and Doctoral Studies.
Pitka S.N., Candidate of Sociological science Associate professor of the Department of Sociology and Organization of Work with Youth Belgorod State National Research University.
Radchenko A.F., Candidate of Political Science, Head of the public research project "Youth Policy".
Ryabova E.L., Doctor of political sciences, Professor, Chief Editor of “Etnosotsium” international publishing house.
Sokolovskiy K.G., Senior lecturer, Department of General Education, Humanitarian Technical Academy (Kazakhstan).
Tkalich A.I., Candidate of pedagogy, Associate-Professor of the Orthodox Tikhon University for the Humanities (Moscow).
Yuan Quan, Graduate Student of the Department of theory and history of international relations, People’s Friendship University of Russia.
Zanemonets A., deacon – Ph.D. Lecturer on Byzantine and Christianity history at the University of Haifa and Izreel Valley Academic Colleg (Israel).