The Post-Modern Era Spirituality Crisis: Values of Ideals a Post-Pandemic Day
Keywords:spirituality, postmodern, postpandemic society, crisis of modernity, environmental problems, globalization
In the postmodern era, the fundamental foundations of the human soul swayed. In accordance with this, in scientific approaches, there is a complex and controversial process of reassessment of the axiological orientations of modern man. Despite the painful collisions of this process, in the conditions of postmodernity, a person of a creative warehouse gets an unprecedented freedom so far, based on the constructive basis of spirituality, thanks to which a person acquires the ability to distance himself from society and independently critically comprehend all aspects and spheres of his life. The intensification of the search for the meaning of life on an individual-personal level is a characteristic sign of the development of society not only in the West, but also in societies with the preservation of traditional specifics. The effectiveness of the search for the meaning of life in the real world is directly dependent on the development by people of the new islands of freedom, life forms and directions of creativity, corresponding to the realities of the break of millennia. The purpose of the article is to identify the main problems of modern society, such as: globalization challenges, problems of attitude to the world, the environmental perception of the world in particular, and the problems of educating spirituality as a spiritual attitude to the world and to a holistic personality.
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