Correlation between Philosophy and Politics: Complex Systems Approach to the Question
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CitationHaijyeva, Vasila. 2013. Correlation between Philosophy and Politics: Complex Systems Approach to the Question. In Proceedings of the 23rd World Congress of Philosophy (WCP 2013), Athens, Greece, August 4 – 10, 2013.
AbstractThe very fact of philosophical values necessitates its concretization in social life. Values are transferred through reflection of philosophical ideas in political sphere. The process proceeds as follows: philosophy → ideology (political philosophy) → political life. In the course of politization of values, a part of them, incapable of matching the social structure, vanishes; another part – is privatized; third – specifies limits and dimensions of borders. Politization of philosophical values and their role in political processes differ from political institutions, stages of political processes and their subjects. Based on major principle, the philosophical concept is designed to determine the social-political structure, its standards and regulations. Principles and standards of the social structure contribute to the specification of original value within social life. Philosophy → ideology → politics pilot process of values intensifies, weakens or discontinues depending upon changes within social-political system. Following a certain period of stagnation, the ideology ceases to comply with new conditions; changes are required within the system of values of social life. Thus, the process is of circulatory nature to progress along political life → political philosophy → philosophy lines. Realization of philosophical principles within social life, their sustainable and stable character call for a respective social base, specifically, masses-carriers. Security of political status of values makes it necessary to extend them, step-by-step, to increasingly broader areas. As a result, a value or system of values goes through philosophy → politics → philosophy (other) process.
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