Mission confessions №23 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
 
Pope Francis described the main features of Vatican diplomacy
8
Ternovaya L.O. Omne vivum ex ovo
9
Vlasov V.I. The Holy Spirit is holier than all
17
Buyanov V.S. Spiritual Security of Russia
22
Doroshko D.S. Interkommunion as an attempt to overcome the separation of churches
28
Kabidenova Z.D., Shamshi S.R. Islam and National Identity: women’s view
36
 
PHILOSOPHY, SOCIOLOGY AND CULTURE
 
Pelevin A.V., Lovetsky G.I. Basic philosophical approaches to the essence of the religious and philosophical tradition
47
Conference Evandro Agacci “How science and art explain the world”
55
Subbotina M.A. Axiology of space-time relations of “screen reality”
56
Ilukhin V.V. Moral - ethical foundations of the social doctrine of Catholicism
63
Orcuev S-M.H. Atheism in the Soviet State as a Factor of Youth Policy
73
Naumova O.V. Relativism and fundamentalism from the perspective of the problems of intercultural interaction
83
Kasatkin P.I. Education in the context of the philosophy of culture: from the ancient world to the Renaissance
89
Rakhimova M.V. Conditioned Soul vs. Genetic Polymorphism, Or Gunas of Nature as Driving Force Behind Genetic Predisposition
99
 
Abstract
 
109
Authors
115

 

 

 
Abstract
Ternovaya L.O.
Omne vivum ex ovo

Among the many bright and unforgettable holidays stands out the Easter holiday. It is marked not only by its deep religious meaning, but also by the varied rituals. In their center of them is the Easter egg. Simultaneously, this symbol is noted in various fields, including science and geopolitics. The universal character of this symbol allows to speak of a single origin and interconnection of all organisms and phenomena.

Keywords: customs, traditions, holidays, Easter, egg.

 

Buyanov V.S.
Spiritual Security of Russia

Conceptual foundations of spiritual security. Culture in the spiritual life of the individual, society and the state. Ideology as a phenomenon of politics and spirituality. Religion in the context of spirituality and morality. Spiritual life of modern Russian society. In search of a national idea. Formation of Russian patriotism and historical consciousness.

Keywords: Russia, clergy, ideology, phenomenon, state, politics, society, personality, security.

 

Dimitrii D.S.
Interkommunion as an attempt to overcome the separation of churches

The article deals with the problem of intercommunion as an effort of reunion of the churches; the Anglican-orthodox dialogue is taken, which was the most fruitful example, when the reunion was considered as a real historical perspective. The author assumes the wholness of the church-life regarding the so-called lex credendi, lex orandi and lex vivendi. Therefore, some possible efforts of the reunion could be implemented according to the common basements of the faith as well as the searching the common basements in the prayer. The Intercommunion considers as an effort of overcoming the schism through the “lex orandi”. The article demonstrates the argumentation of such an approach and the reasons of why it couldn’t have been implemented.

Keywords: Anglican-Orthodox dialogue, Intercommunion, Church life, Schism, Fellowship.

 

Kabidenova Z.D.
Shamshi S.R.
Islam and National Identity: women's view

This article explore women’s attitude to the religious transformation that has been taking place in the Kazakh society during the independence period. Drawing on a pilot qualitative research, we present an in-depth analysis of interviews and a focus group survey with a number of women participants. This study touched upon the issues of ethnic and religious identity, and religious conversion in Islamic community. The data highlight the fear of new religious cults, a strong support to the state as a societal protector, conservatism and reluctance to accept new forms of Islamic identity, as a certain degree of Islamophobia. The latter is despite the fact that the interviewed participants identify themselves as Muslims. The majority of interviewed participants adopted faith and had their sense of religious belonging strengthened.

Keywords: Kazakhstan, identity, Islam, women, religious conversion.

 

Pelevin A.V.
Lovetsky G.I.
Basic philosophical approaches to the essence of the religious and philosophical tradition

The article considers a variety of approaches, developed in historical retrospective of the development of philosophical knowledge on the problem of determination of the essence of the phenomenon of religious traditions. Identified similarities and differences between them, the conclusions about the feasibility of their application of the essence of the phenomenon of religious traditions. The most promising recognized sociocultural approach.

Keywords: religion, tradition, public consciousness, Sociocultural approach.

 

Ilukhin V.V.
Moral - ethical foundations of the social doctrine of Catholicism

The article analyzes the social programming of the Catholic Church during the period of the pontificate of Benedict XVI. The author reveals the basic moral and ethical elements of the modern social doctrine of Catholicism, concluding that for Benedict XVI the basic categories by which this pontiff evaluated reality were "love", "truth", "charity", "justice", "Hope".

Keywords: Benedict VI, encyclicals, love, justice, hope.

 

Orcuev S.-M.H.
Atheism in the Soviet State as a Factor of Youth Policy

The article examines the atheistic ideology of the Soviet state in a philosophical and legal aspect based on the experience of educating young people in that historical period. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of the ideological orientation of Soviet youth in the context of historical events of the era.

Keywords: youth, youth policy, state, Soviet power, atheism, ideology.

 

Naumova O.V.
Relativism and fundamentalism from the perspective of the problems of intercultural interaction

This article examines the phenomenon of the formation in Europe of the field of interaction of representatives of cultures with traditional fundamental cultural attitudes with representatives of cultures with relativistic culture values. The author has tried to reveal the essence of contemporary processes of intercultural communication, their development and the causes of conflict.

Keywords: fundamentalism, culture, relativism, communication.

 

Kasatkin P.I.
Education in the context of the philosophy of culture: from the ancient world to the Renaissance

The article attempts to understand the cultural and phylosophical evolution of the concept of "education" from the period of its beginning in ancient Greek philosophy to new views on the problem of education in the Renaissance. The author concludes that over the centuries education has received a different cultural philosophical connotation. This concerned both the praxeological and axiological aspects of education. The interpretation of the concept of "education" and the meaning invested in it directly depended on the historical era and, most importantly, on the values embedded in it. The analysis conducted in the article showed that during the period under review, within the framework of the philosophy of culture, several stages of understanding have passed through education - from the philosophical-idealistic, through the Christan-pragmatic, to the humanistic.

Keywords: education, philosophy of culture, Plato, Aristotle, Christianity, culture, Renaissance, Renaissance, the evolution of education.

 

Rakhimova M.V.
Conditioned Soul vs. Genetic Polymorphism, Or Gunas of Nature as Driving Force Behind Genetic Predisposition

The article is devoted to an issue of human textuality as an interdisciplinary problem. The author argues that humans are textual by nature, and suggests that human textuality derives not merely from human genome and its structure, but also from inherent spirituality of human being, both correlated and interlinked and accomplishing similar function.

The author assumes that spirituality considered as constituent element of human textuality may be captured and interpreted through Indian philosophy, therefore the author endeavours to contemplate and compare gunas of nature as determinant element of spirituality and human genome as a system of structured text components, independently and in their interrelation.

Keywords: gunas of nature, conditioned soul, textuality, karma in action, genetic polymorphism, genetic mutation, pseudogenes.

 

 
Authors
Buyanov V.S., Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
Doroshko D.S., Post-graduate Student in Ss Cyril and Methodius School of Post-Graduate and Doctoral Studies, Russian Orthodox Church (Moscow).
Ilukhin V.V., Post-graduate student of the chair of state-confessional relations of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
Kabidenova Z.D., Graduate Student (Kazakh National University. Al-Farabi).
Kasatkin P.I., Candidate of Political Science, Associate Professor, Department of World Political Process, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University), MFA of Russia.
Lovetsky G.I., Doctor of Philosophical Science, Professor, Department of Philosophy and Political Science of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University Kaluga Branch.
Naumova O.V., Postgraduate State Academic University for Humanities.
Orcuev S-M.H., Postgraduate student of National and Federative Relations of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
Pelevin A.V., Graduate Student of the faculty of the Department of philosophy and political science of the Moscow state technical University. N. Uh. Bauman (Kaluga branch), The head of the Church charity and social service Kaluga eparchy, superior of the Church of the Nativity of the Holy virgin, Kaluga.
Rakhimova M.V., Candidate of Philosophy, Assistant Professor, Head of the Department of Social and Humanitarian, Psychological and Pedagogical Disciplines of the Tchaikovsky South Ural State Institute.
Shamshi S.R., Kazakh National University. Al-Farabi The Republic of Kazakhstan.
Subbotina M.A., PhD student MGIMO MID.
Ternovaya L.O., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor MADI (The Moscow Automobile and Road Construction University).
Vlasov V.I., Doctor of Juridical Science, Professor.