Philosophical motives and spiritual imeratives of russian culture (the context of the axiology of creativity)
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AuthorAlexandrovich, Ignatov Mikhail; Leonidovna, Antonova Elena; Vladimirovna, Resh Olesya; Ivanovich, Sharabarin Mikhail; Lvovna, Anisimova Olga
Universidad de Granada
Russian cultureSpiritual and moral imperativesAxiology of creativityMusicalLiterary and philosophical discourseConcept imagesIntegral approachTraditionInnovationYouth
Ignatov Mikhail Alexandrovich, Antonova Elena Leonidovna, Resh Olesya Vladimirovna, Sharabarin Mikhail Ivanovich, Anisimova Olga Lvovna(2021). Philosophical motives and spiritual imeratives of russian culture (the context of the axiology of creativity). Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Vol. 12(2). 26 – 29.[DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.02.004]
In the context of the ethical paradigm of spiritual education of young people, "inspired" by the moral philosophy of Russian culture, to substantiate a creative model in which tradition and innovation are combined, and the discursive field of which encompasses music, literature, and philosophy. Russian Russian traditional values are used to conceptualize the integral approach to the understanding and interpretation of the axiology of creativity, which is based on the dominance of Russian traditional values, and, first of all, substantiates the actual integration of "Russian leitmotives" into the modern multicultural environment.; secondly, the task is to increase the priorities in the Russian society and popularize the national spiritual and value imperatives that are important for the formation of a holistic cultural and historical worldview of the Russian youth, and to increase the level of their citizenship.