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Determination of the socio-philosophical foundations for the analysis of the concepts of education in the countryside

E.I. Zasedateleva
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UDC 373(1-2)+304

DOI 10.20339/AM.10-23.024    


Evgeniya I. Zasedateleva, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Theory and History of State and Law at Siberian Institute of Management of the Russian Academy National economy and public service, Novosibirsk city; Applicant for the Department of Ontology, Theory of Knowledge and Social Philosophy at National Research Tomsk State University, ORCID: 0000-0002-4725-5807, e-mail:


The transformation of educational processes is closely connected with the formation of a new ontology, which ensures the need to determine new socio-philosophical foundations for analyzing the concepts of education in the countryside. However, along with this, archaic tendencies play an important role, so in this case it is worth talking about a multi-vector approach to educational processes. Education is constantly changing and no trend is visible that would indicate that the process of their completion is nearing.

Keywords: education, village, transformation, polyvector approach, new ontology.



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