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Title: Бездеятельность человека: онтологические и экзистенциальные характеристики
Authors: Снитько, Дмитрий Юрьевич
Keywords: activity
inactivity
man
existence
time
consciousness
being
alienation
freedom
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Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: RS Global S.z O.O., Warsaw, Poland
Citation: Снитько, Д. Ю. Бездеятельность человека: онтологические и экзистенциальные характеристики / Д. Ю. Снитько // Topical Issues of Science and Education : Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference, Warsaw, July 17, 2017 / RS Global S.z O.O. – Warsaw, Poland, 2017. – Vol. 2. – P. 61–65.
Abstract: EN: The paper found and brought ontological character of the phenomenon of human inaction, rooted in existence for such important phenomena as time, fear, alienation and freedom, and therefore the necessity to address these phenomena in the human understanding in the context of the crisis of our time. The application of phenomenological approach and other methods of existential philosophy enabled to discover the importance of time for human existence. Significant contribution to the importance of the investigation of the action-inaction opposition was made by M. Heidegger who pointed to the main modes of human being - «authentic» and «inauthentic» in the context of human activity and passivity. Scientific novelty is for the first time the analysis of the action-inaction opposition in the context of human being was carried out. Due to the analysis the fundamental existential character of the time and consciousness and its essential relationship with active and passive forms of human being were justified. In the course of this research it was found out that time is closely connected with passive modes of human being. If classical philosophy placed emphasis on courage and associated fear with human mind and conscious decision, non-classical philosophy of the XIX century and existentialism focused on its existential and ontological character, its fundamental meaning. These aspects of fear and courage (relation with the mind and ontological character) do not contradict each other, but represent different dimensions of human being – freedom and loneliness in the world. Thus, the time and the consciousness has ontological and existential aspects, dialectical character and is closely connected with active and passive modes of human being.
Description: Д. Снітько: ORCID 0000-0001-7417-7958
URI: http://eadnurt.diit.edu.ua/jspui/handle/123456789/10490
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