HUMANITARIAN STUDIOS: PEDAGOGICS, PSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY

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O. I. Yakymchuk, M.P.Drahomanov National Pedagogical University
HUMANITARIAN STUDIOS: PEDAGOGICS, PSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY, Volume 12, pp 141-151; https://doi.org/10.31548/hspedagog2021.01.141

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The article analyzes the program-basic document "New Ukrainian School", which is not only conceptual but also practical and implementation. In particular, the document defines the groups of competencies that should be considered by the pedagogical community as a practical basis for teaching and education. This project envisages significant changes in the philosophy of education, the theory of modernization of its key areas and the branch in general, priority and promising steps to bring the education system in line with trends tested by world practice. The document of the European Parliament and the Council of Europe identifies 8 groups of competencies, while the Project outlines 10 key competencies. It is worth noting that these competencies are the key ones, so their features are: multifunctionality, supersubjectivity, interdisciplinarity, multi-component, focus on the formation of critical thinking, reflection, defining one's own position. The concept recognizes their equivalence at all stages of learning. This means that each educational field (linguistic-literary, foreign language, mathematical, natural, technological, informational, social and health, physical culture, civic and historical, artistic) has the educational potential which is necessary for the formation of each key competence. This potential must be realized through the learning process of each subject or course. The article analyzes the program-basic document "New Ukrainian School", which is not only conceptual but also practical and implementation. In particular, the document defines the groups of competencies that should be considered by the pedagogical community as a practical basis for teaching and education. This project envisages significant changes in the philosophy of education, the theory of modernization of its key areas and the branch in general, priority and promising steps to bring the education system in line with trends tested by world practice. The document of the European Parliament and the Council of Europe identifies 8 groups of competencies, while the Project outlines 10 key competencies. It is worth noting that these competencies are the key ones, so their features are: multifunctionality, supersubjectivity, interdisciplinarity, multi-component, focus on the formation of critical thinking, reflection, defining one's own position. The concept recognizes their equivalence at all stages of learning. This means that each educational field (linguistic-literary, foreign language, mathematical, natural, technological, informational, social and health, physical culture, civic and historical, artistic) has the educational potential which is necessary for the formation of each key competence. This potential must be realized through the learning process of each subject or course. It is emphasized that the formation of the above competencies requires the use of technologies of modular developmental learning, problem-based learning, project methodology, interactive learning, including game technology, case technology, debates, public presentations, various types of training, critical thinking technology, etc. The prospect of further development of the outlined issues is precisely the development of specific initial, methodological, practical mechanisms for the implementation of these groups of competencies in national education.
S. V. Storozhuk, National University of Life and Environmental Scienсes of Ukraine, I. M. Hoian, Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University
HUMANITARIAN STUDIOS: PEDAGOGICS, PSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY, Volume 12, pp 130-140; https://doi.org/10.31548/hspedagog2021.01.130

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The article shows that the modern mass interest in the occult is conditioned, on the one hand, by the world crisis, the lack of stable and reliable foundations for self-determination and human orientation in the world, and on the other – by the formation of impersonal man and the establishment of mass society. The lack of a stable worldview, universal values, ideals and social standards, and, at the same time, unwillingness to pose and solve complex socio-cultural problems, is the main reason why modern (postmodern) people choose occult ideals and norms that do not require deep reflection, however, they provide them with a sense of belonging to the universe. Most of them are offered by the modern mass culture industry. Although its products are of great concern to traditional Christian values and virtues, we have no reason to give them an unequivocally negative assessment at the moment, at least given that they offer models of The article shows that the modern mass interest in the occult is conditioned, on the one hand, by the world crisis, the lack of stable and reliable foundations for self-determination and human orientation in the world, and on the other – by the formation of impersonal man and the establishment of mass society. The lack of a stable worldview, universal values, ideals and social standards, and, at the same time, unwillingness to pose and solve complex socio-cultural problems, is the main reason why modern (postmodern) people choose occult ideals and norms that do not require deep reflection, however, they provide them with a sense of belonging to the universe. Most of them are offered by the modern mass culture industry. Although its products are of great concern to traditional Christian values and virtues, we have no reason to give them an unequivocally negative assessment at the moment, at least given that they offer models of The article shows that the modern mass interest in the occult is conditioned, on the one hand, by the world crisis, the lack of stable and reliable foundations for self-determination and human orientation in the world, and on the other – by the formation of impersonal man and the establishment of mass society. The lack of a stable worldview, universal values, ideals and social standards, and, at the same time, unwillingness to pose and solve complex socio-cultural problems, is the main reason why modern (postmodern) people choose occult ideals and norms that do not require deep reflection, however, they provide them with a sense of belonging to the universe. Most of them are offered by the modern mass culture industry. Although its products are of great concern to traditional Christian values and virtues, we have no reason to give them an unequivocally negative assessment at the moment, at least given that they offer models of social relations that due to testing by various occult organizations, may receive a public request, or be rejected.
I. S Matviienko, National University of Life and Environmental Scienсes of Ukraine
HUMANITARIAN STUDIOS: PEDAGOGICS, PSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY, Volume 12, pp 112-118; https://doi.org/10.31548/hspedagog2021.01.112

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Argumentation, as an assemblage of proofs in defense of the stated positions is always present in philosophical dispute, and the extent to which you are conclusive in this dispute depends on your skills of argumentation. That is why this article is devoted to the examination of philosophical argumentation and its use of formal logics.
А. В. Лапутько, Bogomolets National Medical University
HUMANITARIAN STUDIOS: PEDAGOGICS, PSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY, Volume 12, pp 104-111; https://doi.org/10.31548/hspedagog2021.01.104

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The article examines the preconditions for the formation of Christian ideas about man. The emphasis is on the fact that the doctrine of a person has never been a separate problem of theology, and, consequently, was formed in parallel and within the basic tenets of Christianity. The author focuses attention on the contradiction in understanding the origin of representations of a person between the traditional branches of Christianity. On the whole, while remaining in common positions, each denomination identifies its own fundamental source of the origin of anthropological ideas, not taking into account the complex and contradictory path of interpenetration of the ideas of ancient Greek philosophy and Christianity. The author shows the path of formation of the main anthropological representations from the Old Testament notions to the New Testament, which receive their final design only in the works of apologists of Christianity brought up by the logic and culture of thinking of ancient philosophy. Thus, the birth of a new world-view anthropological paradigm, which remains one of the most popular and discursive in the modern world, takes place within the framework of a dialogue between ancient Greek philosophical thought and Old Testament ideas.
N. Maryukhno, National University of Life and Environmental Scienсes of Ukraine
HUMANITARIAN STUDIOS: PEDAGOGICS, PSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY, Volume 12, pp 119-129; https://doi.org/10.31548/hspedagog2021.01.119

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The article examines the socio-political theology of Ivan Prokhanov as a prominent Russian religious and social figure of the early twentieth century, chairman of the All-Russian Union of Evangelical Christians. His critique of the сaesaropapism as structure in the Russian state-church relations of the imperial period is studied. It is proved that Ivan Prokhanov sharply denounced the negative manifestations of caesaropapism, and above all the resistance of the Russian Orthodox Church to constructive reform in accordance with Christian evangelical values. The positions on the church-religious life of the evangelical theologian Ivan Prokhanov and the Ober-Procurator of the Holy Synod Konstantin Pobedonostsev, the leader of the reactionary resistance to any changes, the ideologue of the counter-reforms Alexander III, were compared. In his sharp critique of caesaropapism, he relied on the Christian doctrine of man and society, believing that the legal precondition for overcoming its negative consequences was the separation of church and state, and the need for evangelical awakening of the Russian Orthodox people to gain spiritual freedom.
O. Yu. Balalaieva, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
HUMANITARIAN STUDIOS: PEDAGOGICS, PSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY, Volume 3, pp 8-12; https://doi.org/10.31548/hspedagog2020.03.008

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The article describes the learning outcomes that should have veterinary students (master’s degree) after the Latin language course. This issue is relevant for domestic education because of the need to revise and redesigned outdated positions and transform the results in harmony with European curricula. In particular, this study is based on the approach presented in the Tuning Project (Tuning Educational Structures in Europe), considering learning outcomes as some statements of what a learner is expected to know, understand and be able to demonstrate after completion of a process of learning. They are expressed in terms of the level of competence to be obtained by the student. The purpose of the article is to describe outcomes of veterinary students in studying the main topics of the Latin language course aimed to introduce students to basics of the Latin language, to help acquire practical skills in using professional Latin terminology in educational, scientific and professional activities, to teach Latin terminology used in veterinary medicine and general biological sciences – botany, zoology and chemistry. So the main task is to form the professional terminological competence. As a result, learning outcomes after studying phonetic and grammatical topics, as well as special topics provided for by the curriculum are given in the article.
O. B. Varava, National University of Life and Environmental Scienсes of Ukraine
HUMANITARIAN STUDIOS: PEDAGOGICS, PSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY, Volume 3, pp 13-22; https://doi.org/10.31548/hspedagog2020.03.013

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The article examines the concept of “pedagogical interaction” in the context of changes caused by European integration and globalization processes in education. The content and structure of this concept are specified. The attention is focused on the personality of a university lecturer as a subject of pedagogical interaction and an agent of changes in the system of national higher education. We have developed the diagnostic tools for studying changes in the nature of pedagogical interaction caused by European integration influences. The opinion of scientific and pedagogical staff of the National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine on current priorities of pedagogical communication is investigated.
S. A. Shakun, National University of Life and Environmental Scienсes of Ukraine, R. V. Sopivnyk
HUMANITARIAN STUDIOS: PEDAGOGICS, PSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY, Volume 3, pp 38-46; https://doi.org/10.31548/hspedagog2020.03.038

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The article analyzes the national and foreign experience of patriotic education of youth.The issue of patriotic education is a priority not only in the education system, but in the system of public policy and is carried out on the basis of national experience.The main areas of patriotic education are the principles of moral, civic, aesthetic, political, legal, professional, mental. The result of which is the formation of national consciousness in youth.
N. T. Tverezovska, National University of Life and Environmental Scienсes of Ukraine
HUMANITARIAN STUDIOS: PEDAGOGICS, PSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY, Volume 3, pp 75-83; https://doi.org/10.31548/hspedagog2020.03.075

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The influence of emergency situations on the psychological state of the victims is shown. Their frequency, typical for the modern world, carries threats to life and personal dangers. The negative thing is that emergency situations occur suddenly and at night, are accompanied by disruption of communications, and in cases of natural disasters, a sharp deterioration in weather conditions occurs. It has been proven that 12-15% of persons in emergency situations retain self-control, the ability to rationally assess the situation, to act clearly and decisively even in the most difficult conditions. The basis for this is the level of psychological protection that is formed in everyday activities. The reaction (passive, active) of people to emergencies is revealed. In some, the sense of danger turns into feelings of doom and inevitability, they become completely helpless, confused, incapable of purposeful actions (for example, to protect). Others – under the influence of a threatening situation, they feel the rise of spiritual and physical strength, they can begin to act more persistently and tirelessly. In some people, the instinct of self-preservation causes a desire to escape, to avoid threatening circumstances, in others it mobilizes and tunes in to active actions. Speaking about assessing the negative impact of certain adverse factors that arise during emergencies, one should distinguish between normal and pathological reactions of people. In the first case, the psychological clarity of the reaction becomes important, its occurrence, as a result of an emergency, and mainly a short duration. The working capacity of a person is preserved (albeit reduced), there is contact with people around him, and a critical assessment of his actions remains. Six stages of behavior of people caught in an emergency situation are identified, the behavior of each stage is characterized. Under the influence of stress factors, there is a risk of pathological changes in the structure of the personality, which are the basis for the development of personal disharmony. To reveal individual and collective methods of protecting people in emergency situations (a person's desire to go beyond the influence of harmful factors (to avoid danger, to protect himself, etc.). Panic was revealed as the most dangerous and negative factor caused by real or perceived danger, which may involve one or more people.
Danylova Т. V., National University of Life and Environmental Scienсes of Ukraine
HUMANITARIAN STUDIOS: PEDAGOGICS, PSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY, Volume 3, pp 100-105; https://doi.org/10.31548/hspedagog2020.03.100

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The idea that humans are multidimensional, i.e., that beyond their physical body, humans have other, subtler bodies, through which they can interact with the universe, is very ancient. Understanding of a human as a complex multidimensional phenomenon laid the foundations for the development of many Eastern and Western esoteric schools. Contemporary spiritual teachers and researchers continue the ancient tradition. Each esoteric tradition describes a human and his/her bodies from different angles, and none fully describes it which is probably impossible. This paper aims at investigating the concepts of the subtle bodies in the ancient spiritual traditions.
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