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Activity approach in the context of socio-humanitarian cognition

N.L. Karavaev
80,00 Р
Karavaev Nikita Leonidovich,

PhD in Philosophy, associate professor of

Vyatka State University of Humanities.

 

Described are key peculiarities of socio-humanitarian cognition. Actuality of using of activity approach in socio-humanitarian researches is shown, as well as principles of activity approach are formulated.

Key words: human being, society, socio-humanitarian cognition, activity, activity approach, principles.

 
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