Pedagogy of Spirituality as a Factor of Sustainable Development of Humanity
Keywords:Pedagogy, Spirituality, Humanity, Sustainable Development
Education today is an area around which heated discussions are unfolding, both at the state level and in society. The processes of integration and globalization are especially active today, but they should not replace the content of national cultures and educational systems on which they occur. It should combine an openness of education with its general availability at all levels, in the interaction of interested parties and, above all, the state, in all components of this process in order to preserve society’s intellectual potential. Scientific analysis of any phenomenon involves considering it from several positions. Nowadays, modern society is going through complex processes of revaluation of basic values in all spheres of life - material, spiritual, socio-political, social (in the narrow sense) against the background of various activation of the human factor in the above areas. The analysis of global problems should consider the principal objects of influence of these problems and the subjects whose activities cause their aggravation. In other words, it is necessary to distinguish between the spheres of interaction between the individual, nature, society (in this case, the world community), which comprises states with different forms of social structure, economy, national-state organisation, different mentality, legal systems, and the like.
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