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Features of formation of scientific philosophical outlook in students of technical university under conditions of new model of education

S.A. Korshunova
80,00 Р

 

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.2-18.092

 

S.A. Korshunova is Cand.Sci. (Philosophy), doc. at Voronezh State Technical University

e-mail: skorsh5@gmail.com

 

Discussed are principal problems of educational process at technical university under conditions of realization of new model of education. Analyzed are shortcomings of modern technical education. Noted is, that university graduate is not always ready for independent professional practical activity, experiencing difficulties with implementation of some cognitive operations, associated with ability to analyze information and adopt on the basis of this analysis constructive decision. Proved is necessity of formation of scientific philosophical outlook in students, incl. professional, cognitive, communicative and axiological principles. Conclusion is made about the need to strengthen the role of philosophical sciences in the system of technical education, since only philosophy, combining scientific and philosophical thinking, is able to ensure integrity of ideological paradigm of modern education.

Key words: competences, professional competence, outlook, scientific philosophical outlook, scientific methods of cognition, rational thinking, value standards.

 

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