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Man as an individual, personality and professional

An individual is a person as a single natural creature, a representative of a species, a product of phylogenetic and ontogenetic development, innate and acquired, the carrier of individual traits.

Considering people as individuals, i.e., as an element of nature, we can highlight the main biological features that, characterizing the species as a whole, are given to all people from birth and at the same time are very important for their further formation as individuals and subjects. The human species is characterized by the following:

Man is a social being, by nature itself intended for being in society.

The personified community of people has a hierarchical structure independent of arbitrariness, because where arbitrariness is completely absent, it is always established spontaneously. The formation of hierarchies is not unique to people ^ is used in nature as a universal way. The hierarchy is a single system - all its members are interconnected but not equal. The desire for equality is rather a cultural phenomenon, it is contrary to nature, including human.

So, a specific characteristic of humanity is the existence of unique individuals in a hierarchical community.

Since each individual is a product of species and personal experience, it can be characterized both at the genotype level and at the phenotype level.


Under the influence of the personification of the community in evolution, a set of individual properties is formed that "serve" personification. This set includes the following: the ability to personally recognize partners, the ability to communicate individually, the ability to protect one's self from expansion by other members of the community. Like uniqueness, the makings of these properties are inherent in every person, since they are the property of species experience.

The uniqueness of individuals is fixed in the concept of “individuality,” which is defined as follows. Individuality is the unique originality of any phenomenon, being, individual person.

High professionalism is not just knowledge, skills and abilities, but always passion, passion for life

A professional in the modern sense of the word is, first of all, the desire of a person to present his or her self to the world through the “business field” of one or another activity, to be fixed (determined) in its results. This moment is the key to true professionalism. It is possible that many people are guarded by the thought of linking professionalism with such a personal characteristic as I am associated with the state and public interest by such a social entity as We.
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Man as an individual, personality and professional

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    Acmeological study of man as an individual, person, subject
  2. Acmeological study of man as an individual, person, subject of activity
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