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The phenomenon of "acme" and its main characteristics

Plan

1. "Acme" as one of the basic concepts of a new science.

2. A broader and more narrow-local understanding of "acme" when tracking human development at the stage of adulthood.

3. "Microacme" as intermediate peaks in the development of man, preceding his achievement of "macroacme".

4. The main characteristics of the "acme" of a person.

5. "Pseudoacma" as the antipode of the true peak in human development.

6. "Acme" in the development of small and large communities of people and their main characteristics.

7. "Pseudoacma" in the development of communities.

Key words: “acme”, “macro- and microacme”, main characteristics of “acme” of a person and communities of people, “pseudo-acme”, development;

- development - an irreversible, directed, regular change in material and ideal objects;

- "macroacme" - the highest level of development achieved by a person or a community of people; "microacme" - peaks that precede the achievement of macroacme by people or by large or small communities;

- the main characteristics of human acme and communities of people - the essential features of the peaks in their substantial, spatio-temporal, material and ideal expression, which are achieved in their development by both an individual person and a community of people.

As you know, in the normal development of a person, his infancy, childhood, adolescence, adolescence are the stages in his development, preceding his entry into adulthood and, during their normal passage, preparing him to fully realize himself at the stage of adulthood as a physically healthy person, law-abiding citizen, reliable spouse , in the educational sense of a skilled parent, creatively manifesting himself as a professional specialist in a specific field of work.

Adulthood in all these manifestations of its natural and social essence by man, thus, turns out to be the pinnacle in his development, followed by old age, old age, which are characterized by a gradual decrease in physical health, weakening civic activity, reducing the volume and content of parental responsibilities, and turning off from the sphere of professional labor.

With this understanding, “acme” is the entire stage of a person’s adulthood, for which, judging by it in general terms, his physical, personal and subjective maturity are characteristic.

At the same time, in acmeology, the concept of “acme” is also used in a more narrowly localized sense, when we mean the highest level of health achieved by a person during his life, when his behavior as a person turns out to be the most striking act for him that has a positive social meaning, and when his activity as a subject finds expression in the maximum possible for him and receiving material or spiritual embodiment of the concrete result of his work.

Finally, in works that examine the development of man in ontogenesis, especially when they want to emphasize the role of man himself in building his development in the optimal way, the term “acme” is used in one more meaning - peaks or optimums that a person manages to achieve in his development on different age steps. Some researchers, these peaks or optima in development, always having very definite substantial characteristics and specific forms of embodiment that precede a person reaching the stage of adulthood of a large “acme” or “macroacme,” are called small “acme” or “microacme”.

When they analyze “acme” achieved by people in more depth, they first of all try to determine its meaningful characteristics and, first of all, in which areas of their development a particular person reached it: developing physically, manifesting himself as a person, acting as a professional or with the aggregate objectification at a high level of all these characteristics of development.

Secondly, figuratively speaking, the magnitude of the achieved “acme” or its caliber is established.
Further, his indicators such as the time to reach the “acme” by a person and its duration are also highlighted.

As the opposite of genuine “acme,” which expresses the highest level of human development, manifested in an optimal state of health for him, in actions and deeds that are extraordinary for him, which contribute to the values ​​of life and culture, some people may experience pseudo-acme or beyond the appearance of “acme” there should be no real, genuine “acme”.

As shown above, small and large communities of people can have acme. And in it, too, in each case, first of all, substantial characteristics are detected and fixed, namely: which of the essential features of the community is most developed.

An organized community, acting as a relatively unified whole, of people engaged in common activities, when tracking its truly progressive development, as a rule, also has such characteristics as the caliber or “acme” value, the time it was reached, and the duration of action at the “acme” level.

And in communities, as in individuals, their development does not necessarily follow the most common ordinary option. And not necessarily this process, which takes place in a community and signifies its development, turns out to be optimal for it and will certainly bring it to the “acme” level. Once again, when certain objective and subjective circumstances coincide, it may not mean progress, not a movement of the community in ascending order, but, on the contrary, regression and ends with its disintegration or disappearance. And as in the case of human development, one of the options for the defective development of the community is its achievement of pseudo-acme.

Summary

In the formation and development of an individual person as an individual, person and subject, as well as in the development of a community of people who are solving socially necessary tasks by their activities, there are always periods of movement along an upward, relatively flat plateau, retreat back.

Tops in development, when a person reaches the highest level in the state of his health, when in his actions he most reveals the basic values ​​of life and culture that he has learned, and in his actions in his main area of ​​work he steadily shows professionalism, testify that he achieved this its development of "macroacme".

And for normally developing communities of people performing socially valuable functions, this achievement of macroacme is also characteristic.

This achievement by a person or a community of people is preceded by a large “acme,” as a rule, microacme. And they, like the big "acme", have very specific and specific characteristics.

For “acme” in the life of an individual and community, and in its results, with a superficial evaluation of them, the illusion of “acme” or pseudo-acme can be taken.
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The phenomenon of "acme" and its main characteristics

  1. The phenomenon of "acme" and its main characteristics
    Plan 1. "Acme" as one of the basic concepts of a new science. 2. A broader and more narrow-local understanding of "acme" when tracking human development at the stage of adulthood. 3. "Microacme" as intermediate peaks in the development of man, preceding his achievement of "macroacme". 4. The main characteristics of the "acme" of a person. 5. "Pseudoacma" as the antipode of the true peak in human development.
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