Religious education as a factor of personality formation

Authors

  • O. Shnurova

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32420/2005.36.1684

Abstract

Modern ethico-philosophical literature treats spirituality as a value characteristic of moral consciousness, although spirituality is a complex and multifaceted phenomenon. Therefore, this one-sided approach is wrong. In considering this problem, two approaches were identified: theological and purely philosophical (secular).

In philosophical thought, the understanding of spirituality as a qualitative characteristic of consciousness, actions and actions of a person, its ability to do good for the benefit of society, its people, and the state, was affirmed. And if so, any person, regardless of his or her outlook, is spiritual.

Published

2005-10-25