Volume 6, Issue 3, September 2018, Page: 84-106
Dynamic Self-Organizing Social and Cultural Processes in Global Development of Humanity in Terms of Synergetic Historicism
Irina Gennadievna Mikailova, Department of Philosophy of Science and Technologies, St. Petersburg Humanitarian Centre for Education and Development, St. Petersburg, Russia
Maria Romanovna Zobova, Department of Philosophy, St. Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, St. Petersburg, Russia
Received: Oct. 3, 2018;       Accepted: Oct. 29, 2018;       Published: Nov. 26, 2018
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijp.20180603.14      View  28      Downloads  10
Abstract
The article, Dynamic Self-Organizing Social and Cultural Processes in Global Development of Humanity in Terms of Synergetic Historicism, is focused on discussing a new methodological approach to the study on specific regularities of global development of humanity from the Synergetic Philosophy of History perspective. Such an approach to the speculation on interconnected problems both of human origins in the Universe and mankind’s global future allows to be concentrated on self-organizing interconversions between poles of the cardinal dual opposition of Order and Chaos. The investigation in question is based on such a progressive methodology as the Law of Self- Organizing Social, Cultural, and Religious Ideals, as well as the Method of Dual Oppositions. The Law of Self-Organizing Ideals contributes to overcome a vicious Utopian Circle and obtain identity between the absolute ideal common to all mankind and individual ideals of every member of society, according to the principle of self-similarity of dissipative systems. Substantiating rationality of the universal spiral pattern in the Universe from the Synergetic Historicism Viewpoint assists in considering life as a well-balanced system of both biological and sociological aspects. However, disturbing this balance results in both negation of life and self-destruction of a system itself. Considering Self-expressing Subjects called “Homo Faber” as a kind of ideological as well as social and political “animals” permits to demonstrate that any idealization is inherent in human beings’ mental activity only, since the only society is characterized by reproducing ideals and values. The methodological base created by the authors, is oriented not only towards grounding the inevitability of transforming “Homo Sapiens” as biological animals into “Homo Faber” as ideological animals in the first stage, as well as of transforming "Homo Faber" into “Homo Super”, in the second stage of global development. Such a transformation assists not only in overwhelming barriers of evolution processes, intruded on by natural laws, but also in investigating the most important theoretical prerequisites of synthesizing social and cultural as well as Scientific and Technological progress. Revealing interrelationships between the problem of a sense of social history and the meaning-of-life of society members allows to substantiate specific regularities of reproducing the genetic code and its transforming into the ideological code in a transitional stage from synthesizing Social and Cultural as well as Scientific and Technological Progress to a self-organizing Superhuman society.
Keywords
Law of Self-Organizing Ideals, Dual Oppositions, Social and Cultural Progress, Global Development, Scientific and Technological Progress, Ideological Code, Anthropic Principles, Cosmological Model
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Irina Gennadievna Mikailova, Maria Romanovna Zobova, Dynamic Self-Organizing Social and Cultural Processes in Global Development of Humanity in Terms of Synergetic Historicism, International Journal of Philosophy. Vol. 6, No. 3, 2018, pp. 84-106. doi: 10.11648/j.ijp.20180603.14
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