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The role and place of acme among other gum sciences

Acmeology is a science that arose at the intersection of natural, social and humanitarian disciplines and studying the laws and mechanisms of human development at the stage of his maturity and especially when he reaches the highest level in this development.

A special fundamental and applied role for acmeology is played by psychology, within the framework of which it has gained recognition and is successfully developing. One of the first ideas of the study of man as a holistic phenomenon put forward and began to implement V.M. Bekhterev. He created a school, which in practice was engaged in solving this problem. Subsequently, S.L. Rubinshtein noted that a person should be considered as "the totality of all internal conditions." They were regarded by scientists as a hierarchy of lower and higher specific properties, selective and actively interacting in external conditions and regulating activities.

Acmeology has passed the period of its institutionalization and is in the process of its rapid development. All this made it possible to justifiably single out the subject of acmeology, identify its methods, develop and propose constructive solutions to a wide range of scientific and practical issues. All of them form the basis of a holistic acmeological concept, which combined the theoretical, methodological and applied components.
The relevance and relevance of acmeology, despite the ongoing stormy discussions around it, is quite obvious, because it integrates all the best in human studies and human studies, makes this invaluable capital the property of a wide range of interested Russians.

The use of philosophical theoretical and methodological principles in acmeological knowledge allows us to choose a general direction in the development of a holistic integrative approach. They also indicate where and how to find optimal points of interfacing of the interests of various sciences in research and problem solving.

Thus, acmeology, using the possibilities of philosophy, without claiming or disputing its functions, was the first to assume the role of that “integrator” who took upon himself the responsibility to study, develop and optimally promote the holistic self-expression of the social subject. To implement the holistic approach chosen by her, it required not only the complicity of philosophy, but also active co-creation with many other sciences and interested spheres of human knowledge and human science.
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The role and place of acme among other gum sciences

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