SOME HUMANISTIC BASES OF DIVERSITY AND IDENTITY IN INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION


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Abstract

The main mission of any humanitarian knowledge is carried out to understand oneself. But what does it mean to understand oneself? First of all, it is necessary to draw nearer to a person through understanding of his connections with the world of other people or cultures and mankind as a whole. Humanism implies understanding another person. It is possible to do only through a dialogue of cultures and the extension of communication space of intercultural communication. It is necessary to understand that entering into a dialogue with other individuals a person understands oneself better and is more predisposed to showing his anthropological and humanistic qualities and social imperatives of his epoch. The article under discussion is intended to describe these questions.

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О НЕКОТОРЫХ ГУМАНИСТИЧЕСКИХ ОСНОВАНИЯХ РАЗНООБРАЗИЯ И ИДЕНТИЧНОСТИ В СИСТЕМЕ МЕЖКУЛЬТУРНОЙ КОММУНИКАЦИИ
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Vladimir Mikhaylovich Nesterenko

Samara State Technical University

doctor of pedagogics, professor, Head of Department of Psychology and Pedagogics 244 Molodogvardeiskaya str., Samara, 443100

Vladimir Ivanovich Ionesov

Samara State Technical University

Email: ionesov@mail.ru. inservice@list.ru
Head of Centre of Visual Communication and Multicultural Activity of Department of Psychology and Pedagogics, Samara State Technical University. 244 Molodogvardeiskaya str., Samara, 443100

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Copyright (c) 2012 Nesterenko V.M., Ionesov V.I.

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