International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education

Values: An Analysis of the Multi-Value World of the Human Personality
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2016 - Volume 11 Issue 5, pp. 1393-1401
  • Published Online: 04 Aug 2016
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Reference: Ilyin, Viktor V., Aydar T. Kayumov, and Askar G. Hajrullin. "Values: An Analysis of the Multi-Value World of the Human Personality". International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education 2016 11 no. 5 (2016): 1393-1401.
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Abstract

The problem of values is one of the most important ones in many branches of science that focus on humans and society. Since values are socially determined and serve as the criteria for the development of a personality's spiritual world and its individual existence, this problem remains relevant nowadays. The purpose of this study was to identify and substantiate the multi-value world of human life in the context of current cultural processes. Results: Studies of the axiological sphere of the human personality's multi-value world shows that its reliability is directly related to the human personality. The world of multi-values are sustainable formations, system, structure, frame, and model, which unite variouss values and their levels, without which it is impossible to characterize the modern worldview, spirituality, culture, and education. All these multi-values ultimately are aimed at the self-preservation and self-establishment of global problems in the world, living and subsistence, projection of one's future and improvement of one's moral strength, and use of innovations without compromising conventional technologies. The study of modern values shows that any individual value can be deformed and devalued by the multidimensionality of the modern human being and its simultaneous participation in various activities.

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