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The place of acmeology in the system of social science and human science

Plan

1. The sociocultural context of acmeological knowledge.

2. Scientific and methodological orientations of acmeological research and development.

3. The relationship of acmeology with social studies.

4. The relationship of acmeology with human knowledge.

5. The structure of the reflexive-acmeological approach to the development of professional mastery.

Key words: acmeology, scientific and methodological orientation, social studies, human studies, professional mentality.

- Akmeologichnost - 1) a property of human life, characterizing his aspiration to the heights of personal, professional development and self-improvement, expressed in creativity and professional skill; 2) the ontological attribute of the being of a living organism (plant, animal, human) and the social system (group, collective, association of people), characterizing the development trend towards flourishing, in the form of mature, harmonious, self-improving "acme" forms;

- scientific and methodological orientation - the focus of the study on the use of approaches, concepts, models, methods and other conceptual and methodological tools developed within the framework of specific social (social and humanitarian), natural, technical sciences;

- social science is the field of scientific knowledge that comprehensively studies social processes and systems using social means (history, law, economics, sociology, etc.).
n.) and humanities (philosophy, cultural studies, psychology, literary criticism, pedagogy, etc.) sciences;

- human science is the field of scientific knowledge that comprehensively studies a person by means of natural (biology, genetics, physiology, etc.), humanitarian (philosophy, cultural studies, psychology, pedagogy, etc.) and technical (cybernetics, heuristics) sciences;

- professional mentality - a component of professional consciousness that expresses a system of value orientations and professional self-determination of a person in a social, legal, political, historical and professional space. The structure of professional self-determination is characterized by the interaction of its constituent levels: acmeological, conceptual, technological, reflective, communicative, informational.
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The place of acmeology in the system of social science and human science

  1. The place of acmeology in the system of social science and human science
    Plan 1. Sociocultural context of acmeological knowledge. 2. Scientific and methodological orientations of acmeological research and development. 3. The relationship of acmeology with social studies. 4. The relationship of acmeology with human knowledge, 5. The structure of the reflexive-acmeological approach to the development of professional skill. Key words: acmeology, scientific and methodological
  2. Acmeology as a science of the human knowledge system
    Acmeology as a system science
  3. The subject of acmeology and its place in the system of sciences
    The subject of acmeology and its place in the system
  4. The subject of acmeology and its place in the system of sciences
    The subject of acmeology and its place in the system
  5. The relationship of acmeology with human knowledge
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  6. The relationship of acmeology with human knowledge
    In contrast to the relationship of acmeology with social studies, the main category characterizing its interaction with the human sciences is creativity. It is this category that defines such key psychological concepts for acmeology as skill, development, maturity, giftedness, ability, creativity, improvement, heuristics, reflexion, consciousness, personality, individuality and
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