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Философска култура в училището
Philosophical Culture at Schools

Author(s): Rajna Ganeva
Subject(s): Philosophy, Social Sciences, Education, School education
Published by: Институт за българска философска култура
Keywords: philosophical culture; philosophical knowledge

Summary/Abstract: The author proceeds from the understanding that the philosophical culture and knowledge are not one and the same thing. Similarly to other sciences one may acquire knowledge from philosophical disciplines as well. Though that knowledge may be superficial and may have failed to lit the Promethean spark - then it shall remain an external decoration, without any organic relation with the individual who possesses it. The individual's cultivation results in its entire reorganization manifesting itself at every step. The decoration may be put on the hand and may be removed from it, it may be forgotten and lost. Philosophical knowledge may sometimes be just a decoration, a dead capital whereas philosophical culture is the live productive force of the individual. Philosophical culture must be developed at school by making use of the spontaneous philosophical yearnings of the human spirit evidenced in young people. There future activists must acquire a rational world outlook and a correct measure of moral and aesthetical assessments. Their interests must be wide-ranging, their spiritual view - far-reaching, their intellectual life must be active and their thoughts - independent and loyal to truth.

  • Issue Year: 2019
  • Issue No: 9
  • Page Range: 97-101
  • Page Count: 5
  • Language: Bulgarian