Contemporary models of Philosophical education: Round-table sitting of Ukrainian Philosophical Fund and Department of Philosophy of Philosophical Faculty at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
Keywords:heuristic potential of philosophical thinking, place of philosophy in the structure of university education, philosophic specialities, cultural mission of philosophy, academic mobility, textological culture
The subjects of consideration, theoretical discussions and development of practical reco mmendations at the round-table sitting were as follows: problems of modernization of the philosophical education in Ukraine for realization of the heuristic attempt of philosophical thought; revision of place and role of philosophy in the structure of contemporary university education as a whole; philosophy’s response to modern challenges; today’s cultural mission of philosophy; tendency to minimization of philosophy influence on the content and orientation of education; prospects of philosophic specialities, etc. Isolation from the world philosophic community is the main cause of negative phenomena in the development of home philosophy. The worldwide adopted principles of existence of the philosophic community presuppose a higher academic mobility; development of textological culture; renovation of educational courses on the basis of the world achievements; adaptation of the philosophic courses for non-philosophic faculties; getting out of formalism in defining scientific criteria, etc.
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