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Title: Reflection of human dignity from the descriptive to the constructive approach
Authors: Myakchilo, S. A.
Keywords: philosophy
philosophical ethics
moral consciousness
human dignity
activity approach
descriptive theory of human dignity
constructive theory of human dignity
reflection of dignity
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: Myakchilo, S.A. Reflection of human dignity from the descriptive to the constructive approach / S. A. Myakchilo // Научный результат. Сер. Социология и управление. - 2015. - Т.1, №2(4).-С. 22-28.
Abstract: Implicit contradictions of modern concepts of human dignity (undeveloped nature of dignity, mixing up the dignity and the assessment of merits, the primacy of the activity approach, etc.) hinder the implementation of the principle of dignity as a regulator of social practice. We need a new theory of dignity (may call it constructive theory), which is expected to replace the descriptive approach and aims to synthesize the idea and images of human dignity into a single value-rational and emotional complex supported by the mechanism of self-consciousness of the individual and the human community, and by the reflection of dignity
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