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Nesmeyanov E, Kharlamova G, Isaeva T, Malishevskaya N, Tahtamishev V. Getting the Experience of Culture: from Theory of Activity to Synergy Anthropology. MJLTM. 2019; 9 (5)
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Don State Technical University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
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The article shows that anthropological dynamics becomes the decisive (in comparison with the social, historical) factor in understanding the changes taking place in the modern world. It is emphasized that the escalating problem of preserving a person’s integrity requires for its solution an understanding of the specifics of a person’s appropriation of sociocultural experience. The purpose of the article is to study the factors anticipating a person’s actions, aimed at appropriating to them the experience of culture as a means of self-development and personal development. The necessity of an interdisciplinary approach to address the issues of attributing socio-cultural experience, using the principles of the activity approach and synergistic anthropology is shown. The concept of "synergistic anthropology", its connection with the term synergy is investigated. Synergy is comprehended as harmonic co-formation of two (or more) energies, which we understand as actions aimed at self-realization. It is noted that the principles of synergistic anthropology make it possible to emphasize the presence in the human constitution of a pattern of his aspirations to the outside, contributing to an understanding of the genesis of the processes of achieving one’s identity and becoming an integral being in the process of attributing sociocultural experience. The constitutive nature of the energy principle made it possible to describe a person and his manifestations with the help of the concepts of being-action, potency and act, which receive a new sound in the discourse of synergistic anthropology. It is proved that the principles of synergistic anthropology contribute to the rationale for the interpretation of man as a topical (spatial) being with heterogeneous energies, and not always consistent and consistent with each other. The context of the study of the specificity of a person’s appropriation of sociocultural experience is proposed, which contributes to its understanding as a process affecting all levels of a person as a whole being - emotional, sensual, thinking and acting.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Teacher education
Received: 2019/04/12 | Accepted: 2019/04/18 | Published: 2019/05/8

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