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The Russian National Museum Projects of as a form of National Ideology

R.V. Dorokhina, М.В. Марина
80,00 Р

UDC 069(1-4)

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.05-22.107               

 

Rimma V. Dorokhina, Cand. Sci. (Philosophy), Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, Sociology and History at Voronezh State Technical University, ORCID 0000-0003-2263-6424, e-mail: dor-rimma@yandex.ru

Mariya V. Marina, Director of the Museum of Engineering, Graduate Student of the Department of Philosophy, Sociology and History at Voronezh State Technical University, e-mail: rectorat@vgasu.vrn.ru

 

A national idea is understood in philosophy as a systematic generalization of national identity. The essence of national identity determines the existence of a people or ethnic group. There is currently no national idea in our country, although at every step we hear about patriotism. The first chapter of the modern Constitution of the Russian Federation which was adopted in 1993 recognizes ideological diversity. The text says: “No ideology can be established as state or mandatory.” For the lack of a national idea all programs of patriotic education do not lead to the formation of the ideal of a citizen and patriot. In the history of social thought in our country one can find many useful examples that could create a modern national idea as the state basis.

Key words: museum, education, nation, ideology, education.

 

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