Sophia. Human and Religious Studies Bulletin | VOL. 15


Publication Date Jan 1, 2020


The purpose of the article is to understand UNESCO's educational concept. It is established that education is a combination of worldview and innovative technologies. Education is about interdisciplinary synthesis. Education should bring results, benefits, a "common good" (bonum commune). The focus is on the concept of "lifelong learning". It is substantiated that education is a consequence of effective state policy and a component of the humanitarian security of the state. The concept of education, according to UNESCO declarations and reports, is, after all, a complex view of education as a tool for changing the world. Education is a "humane" weapon in ensuring quality transformations in the world. The function of the new model of education is to educate a humane person who is responsible for himself and the environment, a person who is socially responsible and a person who knows not only his rights but also his responsibilities. In this publication, we substantiate the position that the humanities cycle provides a culture of thinking in general, accompanied by the acquisition of critical and analytical thinking, the education of aesthetic taste, which is important for the formation of a harmonious personality. The modern concept of education tries to reconcile and combine a triad of such concepts as: "society-state-market". The criterion of knowledge is not the truth, but the benefit they bring. Theory should teach and open new opportunities for us. Today, education is a strategic priority for development and is seen as one...


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